Russia-Ukraine war: Turkish drones 'strike invading troops'
Ukraine has been using Turkish drones to strike Russia's invading forces, Ukrainian government officials said on Saturday, as fighting continued for the third day.
Accompanying the post was a video purportedly showing the aftermath of the strike.
There have been no comments from Russia in response to Ukraine's statements.
Earlier this month, Ukraine and Turkey signed a series of agreements, including a deal that would expand the production capabilities of Turkish drone-maker Baykar in Ukraine.
Its drones were deployed last year in Kiev's war against Russian-backed separatists in its eastern Donbas region.
"[The] defence industry and aviation are the main driving force for our strategic partnership," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told reporters at the time.
"Baykar will expand its production of unmanned aerial vehicles in Ukraine, and Ukraine will strengthen its defence capabilities with these new technologies and jobs."
Following the signing of the deal, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has a close but sometimes fraught relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, reiterated Ankara's support for the territorial integrity of Ukraine.