Israel and Turkey have not only supplied military equipment to Azerbaijan during the Second Karabakh War, but also operated them, according to a reportage prepared by Zinush Media.
"Israel and Turkey have always supplied state-of-the-art munitions to the Azerbaijani Armed Forces," Chief of Air Defense Forces of the Armenian Army, Major General Armen Vardanyan said in the material.
"In many cases, not only did they co-produce and develop those weapons, but they also provided direct assistance through their operators and personnel during hostilities and, indeed, fought against our Armed Forces."
Israel’s Defense Ministry in January 2019 suspended the export licenses of three senior officials from an aircraft manufacturer for testing one of its “suicide drones” against the Armenian military in 2017 at the behest of its client Azerbaijan in violation of Israeli law.
In August 2017, the reports emerged that the company was suspected of using the Orbiter 1K kamikaze drone to attack Armenian forces in Nagorno Karabakh during a demonstration for Azeri officials. A copy of the complaint was first leaked to the Maariv newspaper. In August 2017, reports emerged that Aeronautics Ltd. was suspected of using the Orbiter 1K kamikaze drone to attack Armenian forces in Nagorno Karabakh during a demonstration for Azeri officials.