Senior executives from drone firm Aeronautics Defense Systems, a company that allegedly attempted to bomb the Armenian military on behalf of Azerbaijan, will travel to India as a part of delegation of Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu.
Netanyahu will visit India on Saturday with a delegation of 130 businessman from 100 companies, including Aeronautics Defense Systems, Haaretz reported.
The company is at the center of a sensitive criminal investigation by the international crime unit of the Israel Police, Haaretz writes.
The office of the Prime Minister did not disclose the list over concern of the conflict of interests, but Israel Export Institute, which set up the list said “Aeronautics is one of the companies participating”.
“We have no information regarding the investigation being conducted against the company,” the statement reads.
Israeli police have opened a criminal investigation against an Israeli drone manufacturer that allegedly attempted to bomb the Armenian military on behalf of Azerbaijan during a demonstration of one of unmanned kamikaze aerial vehicles.
Last August Aeronautics was deprived of its license to export the Orbiter 1K drone to the “significant client”.