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Georgian Armed Forces boost capabilities with Warmate and FlyEye drones

By Defence Industry Europe

The Georgian Armed Forces have recently received a significant batch of reconnaissance FlyEye drones and Warmate loitering munitions, equipment proven in the high-intensity conflict in Ukraine.

 

This delivery is part of Georgia’s “Plan 2030” armed forces modernization program and is being executed by the Georgian-Polish joint venture Delta-WB. Based in Tbilisi, Delta-WB is a collaborative enterprise with 50% of its shares held by the state-owned company Delta International and the remaining half by the Polish WB Group, the manufacturer of the FlyEye and Warmate systems.

 

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Delta-WB has been producing these unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in line with an agreement signed in May 2022. The company is also responsible for operating a training center equipped to provide comprehensive services. For over a year, it has been offering initial training and ongoing support to enhance the skills of the Georgian Armed Forces’ UAV operators.

 

 

Moreover, Delta-WB holds the responsibility for potential repairs and upgrades to the delivered UAV systems. In case of need, the company also provides warranty services for these systems.

 

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