"It may have been made in Turkey, but it belongs to Ukraine. Turkey cannot be blamed for that. Ukraine should stop using our name," Cavusoglu said.
Cavusoglu said that as soon as the state buys a particular product from Turkey, it ceases to be Turkish and becomes the property of the buying country.
He also added that during the fight against terrorism, Turkey has come across various types of weapons from different countries. And besides Ukraine, it sold Bayraktar TB2 drones to Qatar, Azerbaijan and Poland.
“Sometimes, during our fight against terrorism in different countries, we come across different weapons from different countries, including from Russia. We never blame Russia. Ukraine should also stop using our name,” the minister said.