In Turkey, they showed "People's Bayraktors" in embroidered shirts. They are being prepared for transfer to Ukraine

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: August 24 2022 at 07:29 pm
Source: Serhiy Prytula

The Bayraktar drones for which the Sergei Prytula Foundation raised funds were painted in vyshyvanka. They were also inscribed with the inscription "People's Bayraktar".

Sergey Prytula announced this on his Facebook page.

“Our Turkish friends gave us a nice gift for the Independence Day and “sewn up” the bayraktors into an embroidered shirt! They kept their words and identified these boards as “People's Bayraktar”!“, he wrote.

On June 27, the Baykar company announced that it would transfer three Bayraktar drones to Ukraine for free.

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