WSJ: American General Atomics offers Ukraine to buy two Reaper MQ-9 UAVs for $1 09:22

The American company General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc (GA-ASI) has made an offer to the Ukrainian authorities to buy two MQ-9 Reaper aircraft for $ 1. The Wall Street Gazette with a link to an internal letter.

As the WSJ wrote, Ukraine’s military attaché in the US has received an offer to purchase the drone from GA-ASI CEO Linden Blue. Preparation and transportation of the equipment to Ukraine will cost about 10 million dollars, annual maintenance about 8 million dollars, and Kyiv will have to pay these sums. In case of an agreement, a ground control station for drones will also be provided in Kiev.

The Wall Street Journal claims that the supply of unmanned aerial vehicles of an older configuration MQ-9A Block 1 has been offered to Ukraine. As noted in the material, the deal must be ratified by the US presidential administration, while General Atomics is proposing to sell Reapers directly to the US. The Ukrainian government, not through the US government.

Earlier in Greece, they said that the country would not be. supply Ukrainian tanks Leopard 2.



Source: Gazeta

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