Malaysia emphasized its promise to team up with Turkey's with its barrier head saying Tuesday his nation 'will "intently work with Turkey to support the nation's resistance industry." "Turkey was a nation that was appreciated for its quality in barrier and consequently Malaysia would cooperate with the republic to investigate territories towards this end," Malaysian Defense Minister Mohamad Sabu was cited by the Kuala Lumpur-based The Star as be applauded Turkey's developing resistance abilities. "Turkey has been in the bleeding edge of the business, their barrier industry is at NATO level, and through the joint explanation made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad during his ongoing visit to the nation, Turkey is ready and prepared to work with us," he said. "Also, we will manufacture this association to upgrade the [defense] business." The comments come only days after Mahathir visited Turkey and held chats with the nation's leader and protection industry advertisers. During his excursion, the Malaysian head was advised about Turkish guard industry and he visited Turkish motor creator TUSAS where he visited the offices, otherwise called Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI). Mahathir additionally viewed an airshow of unmanned air vehicles (Anka), helicopters (Atak) and planes (Hurkus) at TUSAS. Malay Mail detailed Sabu communicated enthusiasm for working together with Turkey with innovation for gear required for the business, for example, military vehicle vehicles and unmanned flying vehicles (UAV). "The subtleties of the coordinated effort are yet to be concluded," he included.