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Pakistan as a nation has never compromised the security of its borders, majorly because of the narrow-minded and war-provoking Eastern neighbor India. Pakistan is in talks to acquire Turkish drones against India in order to further reinforce its border security from India. Multiple Turkish companies are on the option table and a successful deal would help Pakistan cement its border-surveillance capabilities.
Turkey is regarded as a country with one of the most sophisticated and advanced drone detection and reconnaissance technology. Its latest and greatest drones have helped solve many conflicts in the very near past. If Pakistan were to have these drones, it will be a great cause of concern for the Indians.
— Turkish Conflict (@turkishconflict) November 30, 2020
India’s Unjustified Intervention
India in the last few years has been recorded not respecting Pakistani airspace with its fighter jets and drones. An example of this is the fact that an Indian spy quad-copter was shot down by Pakistan Army just a few months back which sent shock-waves throughout the Indian media.
Pakistan has decided to one-up the game with the adoption of Turkey’s ILTER based drone detection and prevention system. This state of the art drone technology can detect any sort of drone from miles away and setup a chain of events that lead to the nullification of the potential threat.
To give some perspective of how useful and effective this technology is, Azerbaijan, the most recent seriously war-afflicted country used Turkish drones against Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh war, and it resulted in Azerbaijan’s victory.
The two countries share a very deep connection in all aspects of life. People of both these countries appreciate one another and have always extended support in times of need. We cannot imagine by any stretch of the imagination that Turkey would refuse Pakistan of acquiring the high-end technology. And when Pakistan does acquire it, it would be quite a day for Indian media.
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