However, the parties have not yet finalized the contract details, such as the participation of companies from both countries in the project and the location for the final assembly. Nevertheless, Turgis & Gaillard emphasized that the drone will not be intended for export, with the sole user being the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
According to press reports, the Ukrainian version of the Aarok drone is intended for reconnaissance and combat missions, and the Ukrainian side aims for the UAV to be capable of carrying weaponry.
The proposed readiness timeline for the French-Ukrainian drone, set for next year, may raise doubts since the foundational Aarok drone is still in the prototyping phase and has not yet undergone flight testing.
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