Albanian Minister of Defense Nico BellesiAlbania should be prepared for the worst, he said, “I hope Bayraktar“We don’t have to use it,” he said.
Belici stated that there is no military threat to Albania, but the war in Ukraine and the intensified cyberattacks against Albania raise security concerns.
Peleshi announced that it will purchase Javelin anti-tank systems and Stinger anti-aircraft systems, as well as Bayraktars, for the Albanian Armed Forces.
Bayraktar unmanned aerial vehicles will provide more comprehensive data in observing the country than satellites do, Belici stated, but these vehicles are also very effective in war, as we have seen in Ukraine.
Earlier, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama used similar phrases, emphasizing that the vehicles were ready for war at the signing ceremony of the Turkish SİHAs purchase agreement in December, and said: “I hope it will never be necessary.”
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