Turkey developing new system to neutralize Katyusha rockets fired by ISIL: Minister
AA photoTurkey has created a system that will neutralize Katyusha missiles fired over the border by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and field tests will start soon, Defense Minister Fikri Işık has said.
He noted that the field tests are expected to start this week.
Since early January, at least 22 people, 12 of whom were Syrians, have been killed in ISIL rocket attacks targeting the border province of Kilis.
In the same interview, Işık stressed that technologically advanced bombs used in the ongoing Euphrates Shield Operation have been manufactured within Turkey.