Turkey's Baykar, which has close links with Erdogan, is to supply attack drones to the Moroccan army. The contract will not radically change the military balance between Morocco and Algeria but has been signed just as hostilities are resuming against Polisario in Western Sahara.
Tunisia's military will soon be operating Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) armed drones. According to our information, the Turkish state-owned conglomerate finalised a first export contract for its Anka model in January. Despite tensions between Tunis and Ankara (read below), the
The Tunisian military, which is in the front line against Jihadist groups and cross-border raids from Libya, may soon be able to add Turkish-built armed drones to its arsenal.According to Mahgreb Confidential's information, Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has begun exclusive