Military Drone Found Near UDG Site Was Made in China, Official, Experts Say

A crashed military drone found in Koh Kong province last week about 7 km from a controversial Chinese development project was manufactured in China, drone experts and a Cambodian Air Force official said on Monday.

The official said authorities were still investigating which country was responsible for the drone, which landed in Koh Kong’s Kiri Sakor district on Thursday.

But drone researchers said there were no public records of the Cai Hong-92A (CH-92A) model — a mid-size reconnaissance drone that is capable of being armed — being sold in the region, and that the model’s limited control range suggested that it was likely launched from within Cambodia.

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