Major international fair IDEF sees several defense deals

Major international fair IDEF sees several defense deals

Firms ink deals for production, strategic cooperation, supply at Istanbul fair

By Gokhan Ergocun

ISTANBUL (AA) - Several deals in the defense and aviation sectors were signed at the 16th International Defense Industry Fair (IDEF).

The four-day event, which closed on Friday, saw the participation of around 1,500 domestic and foreign companies in Istanbul.

Türkiye's Defense Industry Agency (SSB) has signed an agreement for radar systems and the production and integration process of some missiles.

TAI Engine Industries (TEI) and Petroleum Pipeline Corporation (Botas) signed a deal for maintenance and support of turbine and natural gas compressor systems.

Türkiye's missile producer Roketsan signed five agreements with Turkish defense firms Havelsan, Asisguard, Kraken, Aselsan and Asfat.

Another Turkish defense firm, Lentatek signed an agreement with R&D Center Kazakhstan for cooperating in future technologies, particularly hydrogen, battery, and unmanned aviation systems.

Turkish National Defense Minister Yasar Guler and his Tajik counterpart Gen. Sherali Mirzo signed a military and financial cooperation agreement, and a protocol on financial aid between the two countries.

SSB has signed another deal with Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) for modernizing the country's F-16 Block-30 and Block-40/50 type aircraft by 2025.

Teknopark Istanbul signed agreements with five different firms, which are BMC, Alstom, STM, Sanlab and Key4, for entrepreneurship.

The UAE's Black Cobra Military Supply (BCMS) and Türkiye's Ostim Defense and Aviation Cluster (OSSA) signed an agreement for business relations and technology transfer.

A Turkish gun-maker, Sarsilmaz, signed an agreement for armed drones with Asisguard.

Turkish defense companies TAIS OG, STM and Isbir signed deals for supplying and qualification of the country's new MILGEM Istif class ships' diesel generator sets.

TAI and a Turkish defense firm Havelsan signed a contract for training systems of the country's new advanced fighter jet, KAAN.

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