JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Bulgaria is considering joint unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) production with Israel, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov explained on Wednesday.
“We shall discuss if we will make combined production within the subject of defense, especially when it comes to this extremely contemporary and potent weapon, drones,” Borissov told reporters prior to meeting his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu at Jerusalem.
Israel rivals the united states of america being a top UAV exporter and contains worked with Russia and India on drone technologies.
UAVs accounted for 2 percent of Israel’s defense earnings in 2017, based on government statistics published . Overall defense earnings in 20 17 were valued at $9.2 billion.
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