After a meeting between President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Polish President Andrzej Sebastian Duda at the Presidential Complex last week, Poland signed a deal to purchase buy 24 Bayraktar TB2 type Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) from Turkey. “Turkey will export UAVs for the first time in its history to a NATO and European Union state,” Erdogan said during the joint press conference after the signature ceremony. Turkey will also export MAM-C and MAM-L smart micro munitions to Poland used in the UAVs and manufactured by the defense company Roketsan. “Turkish F-16 jets will be sent soon to Poland as part of the NATO’s Baltic Air Policing mission,” said Erdogan. The parties also aim to increase bilateral trade from USD 6.5bn to USD 10bn.