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Pakistan is in talks to buy small, armed drones from a number of Turkish companies to augment its UAV fleet for deployment along the border with India, the Eurasian Times reported.

Pakistani and Indian troops regularly engage in firefights across the mountainous border amid disagreements over Kashmir.

Pakistan hopes to buy Turkish drones, which have received international recognition on the battlefield, mainly during the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia over Karabakh, the newspaper reported.

Turkey is one of the most active users of armed drones, deploying them in conflicts in Syria, Libya, and most recently in Nagorno-Karabakh.

Pakistan is also in talks to buy advanced drones from other Turkish companies.

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