The Turkish presidential administration announced the absence of any agreements with Moscow on Turkish Bayraktar drones.
Earlier, the media reported that Moscow allegedly expressed interest in having these attack UAVs, which Turkey sells around the world, including Ukraine. It was alleged that the parties are discussing the possibility of building a plant for their production in the Russian Federation.
As the press secretary of the Turkish leader, Ibrahim Kalyn, noted, during one of his conversations with Erdogan, Russian President Vladimir Putin “half jokingly and half seriously” noted that Russia would not refuse the supply of Bayraktars that Ankara supplies to Kyiv. "Our [Turkish] president also smiled back."