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PRIME Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob today visited two of Turkiye’s major defence and aerospace companies in Ankara, as Malaysia seeks to enhance technology co-operation with the republic.
The prime minister, who is on a four-day official visit, visited MKE Corporation and Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI).
Upon arrival at MKE, Ismail was greeted by Minister of National Defence Hulusi Akar and MKE chief executive officer Yasin Akdere before being briefed on operations of the Turkish defence sector.,
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MKE, a state-owned company serving the Turkish Armed Forces as its main supplier, has 10 factories and more than 400 products divided into four categories: ammunition, weapons, rockets, explosives and pyrotechnics.
At TAI, Ismail was briefed on operations by its president and chief executive officer Prof Temel Kotil.
At the end of the visit, an air show demonstration was held for the Malaysian delegation showcasing the locally developed T129 Atak helicopter, Anka unmanned aerial vehicle, Hurkus training aircraft and Gokbey helicopter.
The TAI production plant covers an area of 5 million square meters with a rooved industrial facility of 150,000sqm. – Bernama, July 7, 2022.