Turkish National Defense Minister Ismet Yilmaz said that aerial vehicles Ankas would be delivered in 2012.
Yilmaz told reporters on Saturday that Ankas, which were alternative to Herons, would be delivered to Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) in June, 2012.
Yilmaz also said that Ankas had higher qualities and capabilities than Herons.
Recently, Israel failed to send back unmanned aerial vehicles --Herons-- which Turkey had sent for maintenance. Turkey currently had six Herons in Israel.
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