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Saakashvili will test Georgian drone2012-04-10 14:33
According to Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili, tests of the country's unmanned flying vehicle will be held today, April 10.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the BBC Russia, tests of the country's unmanned flying vehicle will be held today, April 10. This was announced by the Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili.
According to the Georgian president, in a certain period, Tbilisi faced difficulty with the purchase of defensive weapons, but in recent years, Georgia has been able to create its own military production.
"We have created two brilliant vehicles, and tomorrow I'll test our unmanned flying vehicle that is based on high technology for the first time. There are many technologies that are being created by Georgian military and engineers", Saakashvili said at the awards ceremony for the representatives of the Ministry of Defense of Georgia, the edition reported.
Over the last few years Georgia has built up its volumes of the military-industrial production and development. In February 2012, the Ministry of Defense has submitted a new infantry fighting vehicle "Lasika", and in May 2011 - armored vehicle "Didgori". Test of a new multiple launch rocket systems, using rocket-caliber 122 mm, was held March this year.