Belarus develops its capabilities in the production of combat drones

According to the press service of the Office of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, the President gave instructions on the development of the industry of military drones in the country.

“President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko discussed with the representative of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of the country Vladimir Gusakov the development of unmanned aircraft, and Lukashenko stressed the importance of this topic against the backdrop of the events taking place in Ukraine,” the report says. a recent statement from the service said.

According to the press service, Lukashenka instructed to organize a large-scale exhibition of the latest achievements of science in his country in late November – early December this year.

Lukashenka also said during the meeting: “We will choose a good exhibition hall to not only show what we have achieved in the field of innovation, but also to show what our science is capable of. Unfortunately, we do not promote the National Academy of Sciences much, not even about our scientific achievements, so we have to think together where we can show people what we can achieve, and we really have something to show in this area.”

For its part, the Bullet Pervovo Telegram channel, close to the administration of the President of Belarus, reported that on Friday, October 21, Alexander Lukashenko visited a military exhibition in the country to see the latest weapons of his country.

The channel showed pictures of Belarusian military drones, including a peacekeeper drone, and a picture of a helicopter drone carrying rocket launchers, and footage of a helicopter-like drone carrying small rocket launchers and machine guns, in addition to photographs showing some types of missiles and ammunition were shown, which in most cases can be adopted by drones. .

Source: RIA Novosti + agencies