Canadian company Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) has suspended the supply of aircraft engines to Turkey. The reason was the information that these components are used by Ankara in shock drones, which are used in the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. It is reported by the SVS.
The company launched an investigation last week. This happened after BRP received information about the use of their products when equipping military UAVs such as Bayraktar TB2.
A spokesman for the company, Martin Langelier, said BRP officials would suspend supplies to countries that use aircraft engines “for unclear purposes.”
Recall that the head of the Canadian Foreign Ministry Francois-Philippe Champagne has banned the export of military products to Turkey.
On October 20, Artsakh’s military found the wreckage of the downed Bayraktar drone. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced this on Facebook. He also called on other countries to stop supplying components for drones, following the example of Canada.