Come Back Alive Foundation and Baykar enterprise signed a memorandum on further partnership
The Come Back Alive Charitable Foundation and a Turkish enterprise Baykar made an announcement on their cooperation.
On August 3, in Istanbul, Haluk Bayraktar and Taras Chmut, Directors of both organizations, signed a memorandum of further partnership.
The respective report was released by the Foundation.
“Come Back Alive is reaching a new systemic level of cooperation with international partners. As an institution, we understand that, unfortunately, the Russo-Ukrainian war will not end tomorrow, and therefore we are focused on consistent lengthy work. February 24th changed everything, and we woke up in a new reality. From now on, not only the state is a player in the international market of the country’s weapons provision, but also the Foundations like ours. This, we are ready to join this process and provide support to the state, including in part military products provision,” said Taras Chmut, Director of the Foundation.
Haluk Bayraktar also made a comment on further cooperation with Come Back Alive and noted that together, the institutions are ready to conquer new horizons.
“Our development and people-oriented culture play a leading role in helping Ukraine and the Come Back Alive Foundation. We have a lot to give each other within this cooperation, we are confident that through the joint efforts, we will uncover new horizons primarily in demonstrating humanity and for Ukraine’s victory,” he said.
Details of future cooperation are not disclosed, however, the releases note that the company and the Foundation have come to an agreement on implementing the best practices and international standards for cooperation.
There are also mentions of attracting other representatives to this joint effort.
“We are ready to work 24/7, we are ready to invest all our efforts and resources, and we are grateful to everyone who makes a donation to our Foundation. It is due to such conscious people that we are able to protect Ukraine and our future,” Taras Chmut added.
Earlier this year, on July 26, the Come Back Alive Foundation revealed the purchase and transfer of the Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aviation complex to the Ukrainian military, with the total cost of the project being $16,502,450.
Learn more about the flow of negotiations on the purchase of the complex and to whom it would be transferred in the ‘To Arms’ project at the Militarnyi YouTube channel.
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