Turkish Military Delegation In Israel For Drone Deal
Turkish Military officials are currently in Israel to receive training and test four Israeli drones, Heron, manufactured by Israel Aerospace Industries which is owned by the Israeli government.
The visit came amidst reported tension between Israel and Turkey and after the Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Erdogan, threatened to suspend all military cooperation with Israel after its deadly attack on the Turkish owned Mavi Marmara solidarity ship which was attempting to deliver humanitarian supplies to Gaza.
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