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Georgia and Poland will jointly produce suicide drones

March 2, 2023, 4:32 p.m. – Public Information Service – TEH – This summer, Georgia is ready to start producing 1-1.5 thousand reconnaissance and combat drones per year. According to the Minister of Defense of the Republic Dzhuansher Burchuladze, the first copies have already been tested in the presence of Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili.
Production is carried out at a joint Georgian-Polish enterprise near Tbilisi, the construction of which was completed in December last year. The owner of the factory is the company Delta-WB, founded in 2022 by the Georgian company Delta and the Polish company WB Electronics SA

“The joint venture is a very successful project. We started working with the Polish side in 2020,” Burchuladze said.
A training center will also be created to train the military in the management of reconnaissance and combat unmanned aerial vehicles. Polish specialists will also be invited. Several thousand Kamikaze Warmate combat drones (which can hover in the air in all weathers and hit targets with high accuracy) and Flyeye reconnaissance drones (for covert tracking in all weather conditions and climate zones ) will be created.
In the fall of last year, the project of the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine together with the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the special state communications service “Army of Drones” stacked on the activists the Warmate drones.
As the Public News Service wrote, in October last year, the Russian military intercepted and neutralized the Polish suicide bomber Warmate, launched by Ukraine in the special operation zone. Poland donated a whole batch of Warmate drones to Ukraine. Drone heads contain up to 800 gr. explosive. They are able to hit targets at a distance of up to 10 kilometers.

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