Turkey is helping Ukrainian forces

Turkish Interior Ministry to transfer material, technical assistance to Ukrainian services of Interior Ministry

Jan 21, 2022

Turkey plans to send logistical assistance to strengthen the capabilities of the services of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said during a telephone conversation with Interior Minister of Ukraine Denys Monastyrsky.

“The Turkish counterpart once again assured of the unwavering support of the official Ankara for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, the inviolability of its borders. He also announced the intention of the Turkish Ministry of Internal Affairs to send logistical assistance in the near future to strengthen the capabilities of the services of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine,” the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs reports.

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Ukrainian army’s Bayraktar drone patrolling Black Sea waters — media

KIEV, January 20. /TASS/. A Turkish-made Bayraktar drone belonging to the Ukrainian army is patrolling the Black Sea, Ukraine’s Dumskaya web portal reported on Thursday.

“At about 8 hours in the morning (9:00 Moscow time), the drone took off from Kulbakino Air Force base [a large military aerodrome on the southeastern outskirts of the city of Nikolayev] where the 10th (Sakskaya) Ukrainian naval aviation brigade is stationed,” the statement says.

According to the media outlet, the Bayraktar drone flew over Ochakovo in the Nikolayev Region to reach almost Zmeiniy Island in the Black Sea and is now patrolling Ukraine’s maritime border.

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