Indonesia buys 12 drones worth USD 300 million from Turkiye


The Indonesian government bought 12 drones worth USD 300 million from Turkish Aerospace as part of efforts to strengthen Indonesia’s defence system, according to a written statement from the Indonesian Defence Ministry on Wednesday.
The purchase aims to increase the variety, quantity and quality of Indonesia’s military defence equipment with the contract signed February 3 with Turkish Aerospace, which is headquartered in the capital, Ankara. The 12 units of ANKA drones are expected to be delivered before November 2025.
In January, Indonesia sealed another deal worth USD 805 million to buy a dozen advanced Mirage 2000-5 fighter jets that were used by the Qatari air force. The purchase, manufactured by French company Dassault Aviation, was criticised for the age of the equipment.
But the Defence Ministry said Indonesia needs fighter aircraft defence equipment