"Baykar will not accept payment for the TB2s and will send 3 UAVs free of charge to the Ukrainian war front. We ask that raised funds be remitted instead to the struggling people of Ukraine. We are touched by this solidarity and resolve in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges," the company said.

Volunteer Serhiy Prytula initiated a mass fundraiser for a large-scale project: In the eight days from June 22 to 29, he wanted funds to buy three Turkish-made Bayraktar drones for the Ukrainian military. But people donated for 4.

A few weeks ago, the people of Lithuania have honorably raised funds to buy a Bayraktar TB2 for Ukraine. Baykar also made a gift.