In November, Turkish company Ambulance bought equipment from the Russian company Rostec for about $8.5 million, according to sources at the Turkish company.
According to the sources, the deal was announced in the fall of 2017.
The purchase of the equipment was the first major Turkish company to sign a deal with Rostec.
The sources also told Football Italian that the equipment would be used by Ambulances to provide ambulances and ambulances equipment to the Turkish hospitals.
Ambulancers have recently received several orders for ambulances from Russia.
The sources added that the contract will be completed within the next few months.
The deal was signed during the inauguration of the Turkish Ambassador to Russia at the Kremlin on November 15, 2017.
The Ambulancing company is owned by the Turkish-Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MTKK) and was established in 2014 by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The Turkish-based company has a fleet of 1,300 ambulances, and a network of more than 6,000 ambulances in Turkey, Russia and Belarus.