German Company to Transfer 100 New Generation Tactical Drones to Kyiv

The German company Quantum Systems has announced plans to transfer 100 new generation tactical drones to Kyiv, which will later be sent to the front. Kyiv Mayor Vitalii Klitschko confirmed this news, stating that the drones have already been tested in Ukraine.

The agreement between Quantum Systems, the investor, and Kyiv’s local government was reached at the annual summit of the Stern Stewart Institute in Germany. This development comes after Quantum Systems previously announced the order of 300 medium-range reconnaissance drones for the military support of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The transfer of these 100 new tactical drones is a significant addition to Ukraine’s military capabilities. These drones will provide valuable reconnaissance and surveillance support to Ukrainian forces on the frontlines. With the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine, the importance of advanced technology and military equipment cannot be overstated.

Quantum Systems, headquartered in Bavaria, Germany, has been actively working with the Ukrainian Defense Ministry to provide the country with advanced drone technology. This partnership has seen multiple orders for drones, with the German government covering the costs of these orders.

The Ukrainian government’s focus on strengthening its military capabilities has been evident in recent years, and the addition of these new generation tactical drones will further enhance Ukraine’s defense capabilities. As the conflict in Ukraine continues, it is crucial for the country to have access to modern technology that can aid in monitoring and protecting its borders.

This development highlights the importance of international partnerships in supporting Ukraine’s defense efforts. The involvement of Quantum Systems and the German government demonstrates the cooperation between nations in ensuring the security and stability of Ukraine.

– Kyiv Mayor Vitalii Klitschko, as cited by European Pravda
– Ukrainska Pravda (Source of up-to-date information about the war in Ukraine)