The United States has suspended the sale of MQ-1C Gray Eagle attack unmanned aerial vehicles to Ukraine, Reuters writes.
According to available information, this decision was made due to the fears of the American side. The United States is worried that the radar and other UAV equipment could fall into the hands of Russia, thus creating a threat to the security of the state.
It is noted that the deal for the sale of four drones was approved by the US authorities, but now it is being reviewed by the Pentagon. The exact timing of the final decision on the sale of the UAV is not yet known. It is worth emphasizing that the United States also previously warned of problems with training Ukrainian soldiers to operate drones.