Arms Sold:

Lynx

ATMOS-2000

Dominator

Searcher

SPIKE-NLOS

Lahat

OPV-62

Skystriker

Iron Dome

LORA

Spear

Companies:

Israel Military Industries (IMI)

Automative Industries

Soltam Systems

Israeli Shipyards

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Azerbaijan

Introduction:

 

Azerbaijan was Israel’s second largest arms buyer from 2015-2019[1] with sales of $789 million.[2] These weapons – which ignore the E.U. arms embargo on the country since 1991, and the U.S.’s de facto policy not to sell arms to it – are used both in the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia and for domestic repression within the country itself.[3] In 2016, Netanyahu visited Azerbaijan and announced that the military deals between the two countries had reached $5 billion[4]; these included drones that were used to bomb Armenia. Israeli drones were used by Azerbaijan against Armenian forces in 2016 and 2017. Sales have mainly been for drones, missiles, and land vehicles.

Israel – Azerbaijan Relations:

 

Israel recognized Azerbaijan soon after it declared independence in August 1991. An Israeli embassy was set up in Baku in 1993, although as of 2020 Azerbaijan is yet to open an embassy in Israel.[5] They have enjoyed long standing arms trade, diplomatic support, and intelligence sharing.[6] A 2009 memo released by Wikileaks quotes Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev describing the countries’ relationship as “nine-tenths […] below the surface.”[7]

Israel has supported Azerbaijan in its conflict over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region[8], which has an Armenian ethnic majority and is mostly within Azerbaijani borders with 9% under Armenian occupation.[9] Israeli representatives including Avigdor Lieberman have stated  Israel would not recognize the Armenian genocide of 1915-17.[10]

In 2010 Azerbaijan announced a visa-exemption exclusively for Turkish and Israeli travelers. In 2016 the countries signed a deal on air communication,[11] and in 2017 abolished double taxation between the countries. As of 2013, Azerbaijan was selling Israel 40% of its oil, making it Israel’s largest buyer.

In 1997 Netanyahu visited Azerbaijan as Prime Minister. When then-President Shimon Peres visited in 2009 along with defense company CEOs[12] he declared “we show you ability and technology, you will bring us oil.”[13] In 2014 Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon visited. During Netanyahu’s 2016 visit President Aliyev announced that Azerbaijan had signed a total of $4.85b arms contracts.[14][15][16]

Military Relations:

Azerbaijan and Israel share a mutual distrust of Russia and Iran[17] and have stated their joint fight against terrorism. Israel has consistently sold arms to Azerbaijan in spite of embargoes declared by both the European Security and Cooperation Organization (OSCE) in 1992[18], and the UN in 1993.[19] These embargoes were announced in response to the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.

In 2012 Israel was reportedly allowed to use four abandoned airbases in Azerbaijan on the Iranian border.[20] It has been suggested that Israel would use these bases to facilitate airstrikes on Iranian nuclear sites,[21] although this prospect has been disputed.[22] In 2015-2019, Azerbaijan was the second largest Israeli weapons customer buying 17% of all Israeli weapons.[23]

Azerbaijan has even published footage of Israeli models of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including offensive and kamikaze UAVs.[24] In a parade marking World War II Victory Day in Moscow in May 2015, Azerbaijani soldiers marched in the Red Square carrying Israeli-made Tavor rifles.[25] In September 2016, President Aliyev paid a televised visit to a government-owned Azerbaijani factory which produces Israeli models of kamikaze drones.[26] Aliyev also declared in a meeting with Netanyahu that Israel had agreed to sell Azerbaijan defense equipment worth nearly $5 billion.[27]

In October 2020 Israeli press reported that two Azerbaijani cargo planes had landed at the Uvda airbase in the Negev days before the last escalation.[28]

Joint ventures

2011: JV Aeronautics-Azeri Defense Ministry to produce Aerostar, Orbiter, and Dominator UAVs. (Aeronautics Defense Systems)[29]

Arms Fairs

2018: Hermes 900 UAVs used in Azerbaijan military exercise around Caspian sea. (Elbit)[30]

2016: Orbiter 4 released at ADEX-2016. (Aeronautics Defense Systems)[31]

2014: 16 Israeli companies attend ADEX-2014 (Azerbaijani Defense Exhibition).[32]

Use of Israeli Arms:

In 2016 Harop suicide drones destroyed a bus of Armenian soldiers killing seven,[33][34] and Spike missiles were used to destroy six Armenian tanks.[35] 

In 2017 Aeronautics Defense Systems sales to Azerbaijan were frozen after the company allegedly conducted an illegal live demonstration of the Orbiter 1k UAV against Armenian troops at the request of the Azeri government, wounding two.[36]

Azerbaijani troops have been seen carrying IWI Tavor X95 assault rifles.[37]

The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry has released a video showing what could possibly be an Israeli UAV flying for a split second past the Turkish attack UAV, which was probably photographed by chance.[38]

Several videos have also shown attacks by kamikaze UAVs which may be Israeli, but it is difficult to confirm this without further evidence. A political advisor to the Azerbaijani dictator said in an interview that Israeli attack drones are being used in combat, but this official has been known to lie and disseminate false propaganda.[39] It is also unclear to what extent he is informed about current military affairs. No other official in Azerbaijan has confirmed the claim.

Pegasus – More than 40 Azerbaijani journalists were selected as targets of the malicious spyware, including reporters from Azadliq.info and Mehdar TV, two of the only remaining independent media outlets in the country.[50]

Human Rights Violations:

Human rights violations in Azerbaijan predominantly concern freedom of expression. NGOs critical of the government are refused registration, and activists face travel bans and having their bank accounts frozen. Journalists such as Khadija Ismayilova have faced prosecution for “anti-Azerbaijani” activity and apparently exaggerated or falsified charges, as have opposition politicians.[40] The government has also sought the forcible return of Azerbaijani critics from abroad. Spyware has been levelled against dissidents including through covert access of computer webcams.[41][42][43]

Azerbaijan has restrictive freedom of assembly, and peaceful protests have been met with excessive force, and there have been reports of police brutality in custody. Lawyers have faced intimidation as well reprimand for anti-government findings, for example in the case of Yalchin Imanov who was disbarred after complaining of two clients’ alleged torture.[44][45]

Although homosexuality has been legal in Azerbaijan since 2000, discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is not. In 2017 there were allegations of a crackdown on the LGBTQ+ community including mass detention and torture.[46] In 2019 Azeri police detained fourteen gay men and transgender women on falsified charges, some of whom were then subject to forced STI tests.[47]

During the Covid-19 pandemic, social media users, medical professionals, and journalists have faced prosecution for criticizing the government’s approach. The health crisis has been used by the government as an excuse for political attacks on the opposition, with activists facing arrest.[48][49]

Sales Records Table:

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Product
Company
Year
Deal Size
Comments
Source
6 Lynx self-propelled MRL.s
IMI
2005 (2006)
Azerbaijani designation Dolu-1, Leysan and Shimsek
Sipri
50 EXTRA guided rockets SSMs.
IMI
2005 (2008-2009)
For Lynx MRL.
4 Aerostar UAVs
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2007 (2008)
SIPRI
100 Spike-LR anti-tank missiles
2008 (2009-2010)
Sipri
10 AIL Storm (Sufa) APVs
Automative Industries Ltd.
2008 (2009-2010)
Azerbaijan
Sipri
5 ATMOS-2000 155mm self-propelled guns
Soltam
2008 (2010)
Sipri
10 CARDOM 120mm self-propelled mortars
Soltam
2008 (2010-2011)
Sipri
10 Aerostar UAVs
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2010 (2011-2012)
Incl production of components in Azerbaijan.
Sipri
Aerostar, Orbiter, and Dominator UAVs
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2011
JV with Azeri Defense Ministry”
https://www.israeldefense.co.il/en/content/production-azerbaijan-begins-factory-set-israeli-company-%E2%80%9Caeronautics%E2%80%9D
5 Heron UAVs
IAI
2011 (2013)
Part of $1.6b deal
Sipri, https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/israel-signs-deal-to-provide-azerbaijan-with-1-6-bln-in-military-equipment.161661/page-2
5 Searcher UAVs
IAI
2011 (2013)
Part of $1.6 b deal
Sipri
1 Barak-8LR SAM
Rafael
2011 (2016)
Part of $1.6 b deal
Sipri
40 Barak-8 SAMs
Rafael
2011 (2016)
Sipri
6 Shaldag patrol boats FAC (fast attack craft)
Israel Shipyards Ltd.
2013 (2014-2015)
assembled or produced in Azerbaijan
Sipri
250 Spike-NLOS SSM/ASM
Rafael
2013 (2014-2018)
for OPV-62 and Shaldag
Spiri
100 Lahat anti-tank missiles
IAI
2013 (2015-2016)
Sipri
6 Off-Patrol Vessels (OPV)-62
Israel Shipyards Ltd.
2013 (2015-2018)
Sipri
50 Harops
IAI
2014 (2015-2016)
Sipri
2 EL/M-2288 AD-STAR air search radars
IAI/Elta
2014 (2016)
Sipri
10 Spike-LR SSM launchers
Rafael
2015 (2016)
for SandCat APVs
Sipri
250 Spike-MR/LRs
Rafael
2015 (2016)
for SandCat APVs
Sipri
100 SandCat APVs
2015 (2016-2018)
Sipri
10 Orbiter-3 UAVs
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2016 (2016-2017)
Sipri
100 Orbiter-1K loitering munitions
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2016 (2016-2019)
Incl assembly/production in Azerbaijan as Zerba
Sipri
100 Skystriker loitering munitions
2016 (2018)
Sipri
Iron Dome
Rafael/IAI
2016
https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Politics-And-Diplomacy/Azerbaijan-We-have-closed-deal-to-buy-Israels-Iron-Dome-Missile-System-475732
2 Hermes-900 UAVs
Elbit
2017 (2017-2018)
Sipri
50 LORA missiles
IAI
2017 (2018)
Sipri
4 LORA self-propelled MRLs
IAI
2017 (2018)
Sipri
10 Spear 120mm mortars
Elbit
2017 (2018)
For SandCat APVs
Sipri
SkyStriker drones
Elbit
2019
Suicide drone
https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Israels-Elbit-Systems-sells-Azerbaijan-SkyStriker-suicide-drone-577053

1. ^ https://www.jpost.com/israel-news/israels-arms-exports-over-past-four-years-at-highest-ever-620561

2. ^ https://www.sipri.org/databases/armstransfers

3. ^ https://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/good-relations-between-azerbaijan-and-israel-a-model-for-other-muslim-state

4. ^ https://www.ynet.co.il/Ext/Comp/CdaNewsFlash/0,2297,L-4892501_184,00.html

5. ^ https://www.inss.org.il/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/systemfiles/SystemFiles/adkan17_4ENG_7_Lindenstrauss.pdf

6. ^ https://www.meforum.org/987/israel-and-azerbaijans-furtive-embrace

7. ^ https://foreignpolicy.com/2012/03/28/israels-secret-staging-ground/

8. ^ https://www.meforum.org/987/israel-and-azerbaijans-furtive-embrace#_ftn9

9. ^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagorno-Karabakh#Post-1994_ceasefire

10. ^ https://www.haaretz.com/no-recognition-of-armenian-genocide-in-the-offing-1.5357941

11. ^ https://www.azernews.az/business/107072.html

12. ^ https://mfa.gov.il/mfa/pressroom/2009/pages/president_peres_visits_azerbaijan_and_kazakhstan_28_jun_2009.aspx

13. ^ https://www.globes.co.il/news/article.aspx?did=1000475590

14. ^ https://hamushim.com/azerbaijan-israel-arms-deals/

15. ^ https://mfa.gov.il/MFA/PressRoom/2016/Pages/PM-Netanyahu-meets-with-members-of-the-Azerbaijan-Jewish-community-13-December-2016.aspx

16. ^ https://www.haaretz.co.il/news/politics/.premium-1.3152327

17. ^ https://www.meforum.org/987/israel-and-azerbaijans-furtive-embrace

18. ^ https://www.sipri.org/databases/embargoes/eu_arms_embargoes/azerbaijan

19. ^ https://www.sipri.org/databases/embargoes/un_arms_embargoes/nagorno-karabakh-azerbaijan-non-mandatory/non-mandatory-un-arms-embargo-on-nagorno-karabakh-azerbaijan

20. ^ https://www.israeldefense.co.il/en/content/israeli-airbases-azerbaijan

21. ^ https://foreignpolicy.com/2012/03/28/israels-secret-staging-ground/

22. ^ https://www.haaretz.com/1.5209707

23. ^ https://www.jpost.com/israel-news/israels-arms-exports-over-past-four-years-at-highest-ever-620561

24. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCWAuzvBSA0&feature=emb_title

25. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHgyI_70D3o

26. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy4gGm5wx4M&feature=emb_title

27. ^ https://mfa.gov.il/MFA/PressRoom/2016/Pages/PM-Netanyahu-Meets-with-Azerbaijan-President-Aliyev-13-December-2016.aspx

28. ^ https://www.972mag.com/nagorno-karabakh-israel-weapons/

29. ^ https://www.israeldefense.co.il/en/content/production-azerbaijan-begins-factory-set-israeli-company-%E2%80%9Caeronautics%E2%80%9D

30. ^ https://www.israeldefense.co.il/he/node/35299

31. ^ https://www.israeldefense.co.il/en/content/aeronautics-reveals-its-orbiter-4-uas

32. ^ https://www.israeldefense.co.il/en/content/16-israeli-companies-attend-defense-exhibition-azerbaijan

33. ^ https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-armenia-protests-azerbaijans-use-of-israeli-drone-1.5429229

34. ^https://www.israeldefense.co.il/en/content/azerbaijan-used-iais-harop-ucav

35. ^ https://www.israeldefense.co.il/he/content/%D7%93%D7%99%D7%95%D7%95%D7%97-%D7%98%D7%99%D7%9C-%D7%94%D7%A1%D7%A4%D7%99%D7%99%D7%A7-%D7%A9%D7%9C-%D7%A8%D7%A4%D7%90%D7%9C-%D7%91%D7%90%D7%96%D7%A8%D7%91%D7%99%D7%99%D7%92%D7%9F-%D7%A0%D7%92%D7%93-%D7%98%D7%A0%D7%A7%D7%99%D7%9D-%D7%90%D7%A8%D7%9E%D7%A0%D7%99%D7%9D

36. ^ https://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-dronemaker-said-to-have-bombed-armenians-for-azerbaijan-faces-charges/

37. ^ https://www.israeldefense.co.il/en/node/34844

38. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jZuNR0WSxY&feature=youtu.be

39. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-xqOcO8YWw

40. ^ https://www.haaretz.co.il/news/world/europe/.premium-1.2510585

41. ^ https://citizenlab.ca/2014/02/mapping-hacking-teams-untraceable-spyware/

42. ^ https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2017/03/azerbaijan-activists-targeted-by-government-sponsored-cyber-attack/

43. ^ https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/oct/03/azerbaijan-dissidents-warn-west-baku-friendly-facade

44. ^ https://www.amnesty.org/en/countries/europe-and-central-asia/azerbaijan/report-azerbaijan/

45. ^ https://www.frontlinedefenders.org/en/case/yalchin-imanov-suspended-practising-pending-trial

46. ^ https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/10/03/azerbaijan-anti-gay-crackdown

47. ^ https://www.hrw.org/world-report/2020/country-chapters/azerbaijan#73fccc

48. ^ https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2020/04/eastern-europe-and-central-asia-human-rights-must-be-protected-during-covid19-pandemic/

49. ^ https://www.hrw.org/news/2020/04/16/azerbaijan-crackdown-critics-amid-pandemic

50. ^ https://forbiddenstories.org/pegasus-the-new-global-weapon-for-silencing-journalists/

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan was Israel’s second largest arms buyer from 2015-2019[1] with sales of $789 million.[2] These weapons – which ignore the E.U. arms embargo on the country since 1991, and the U.S.’s de facto policy not to sell arms to it – are used both in the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia and for domestic repression within the country itself.[3] In 2016, Netanyahu visited Azerbaijan and announced that the military deals between the two countries had reached $5 billion[4]; these included drones that were used to bomb Armenia. Israeli drones were used by Azerbaijan against Armenian forces in 2016 and 2017. Sales have mainly been for drones, missiles, and land vehicles.

Israel recognized Azerbaijan soon after it declared independence in August 1991. An Israeli embassy was set up in Baku in 1993, although as of 2020 Azerbaijan is yet to open an embassy in Israel.[5] They have enjoyed long standing arms trade, diplomatic support, and intelligence sharing.[6] A 2009 memo released by Wikileaks quotes Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev describing the countries’ relationship as “nine-tenths […] below the surface.”[7]

Israel has supported Azerbaijan in its conflict over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region[8], which has an Armenian ethnic majority and is mostly within Azerbaijani borders with 9% under Armenian occupation.[9] Israeli representatives including Avigdor Lieberman have stated  Israel would not recognize the Armenian genocide of 1915-17.[10]

In 2010 Azerbaijan announced a visa-exemption exclusively for Turkish and Israeli travelers. In 2016 the countries signed a deal on air communication,[11] and in 2017 abolished double taxation between the countries. As of 2013, Azerbaijan was selling Israel 40% of its oil, making it Israel’s largest buyer.

In 1997 Netanyahu visited Azerbaijan as Prime Minister. When then-President Shimon Peres visited in 2009 along with defense company CEOs[12] he declared “we show you ability and technology, you will bring us oil.”[13] In 2014 Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon visited. During Netanyahu’s 2016 visit President Aliyev announced that Azerbaijan had signed a total of $4.85b arms contracts.[14][15][16]

Azerbaijan and Israel share a mutual distrust of Russia and Iran[17] and have stated their joint fight against terrorism. Israel has consistently sold arms to Azerbaijan in spite of embargoes declared by both the European Security and Cooperation Organization (OSCE) in 1992[18], and the UN in 1993.[19] These embargoes were announced in response to the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.

In 2012 Israel was reportedly allowed to use four abandoned airbases in Azerbaijan on the Iranian border.[20] It has been suggested that Israel would use these bases to facilitate airstrikes on Iranian nuclear sites,[21] although this prospect has been disputed.[22] In 2015-2019, Azerbaijan was the second largest Israeli weapons customer buying 17% of all Israeli weapons.[23]

Azerbaijan has even published footage of Israeli models of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including offensive and kamikaze UAVs.[24] In a parade marking World War II Victory Day in Moscow in May 2015, Azerbaijani soldiers marched in the Red Square carrying Israeli-made Tavor rifles.[25] In September 2016, President Aliyev paid a televised visit to a government-owned Azerbaijani factory which produces Israeli models of kamikaze drones.[26] Aliyev also declared in a meeting with Netanyahu that Israel had agreed to sell Azerbaijan defense equipment worth nearly $5 billion.[27]

In October 2020 Israeli press reported that two Azerbaijani cargo planes had landed at the Uvda airbase in the Negev days before the last escalation.[28]

 

Joint ventures

2011: JV Aeronautics-Azeri Defense Ministry to produce Aerostar, Orbiter, and Dominator UAVs. (Aeronautics Defense Systems)[29]

Arms Fairs

2018: Hermes 900 UAVs used in Azerbaijan military exercise around Caspian sea. (Elbit)[30]

2016: Orbiter 4 released at ADEX-2016. (Aeronautics)[31]

2014: 16 Israeli companies attend ADEX-2014 (Azerbaijani Defense Exhibition).[32]

In 2016 Harop suicide drones destroyed a bus of Armenian soldiers killing seven,[33][34] and Spike missiles were used to destroy six Armenian tanks.[35] In 2017 Aeronautics Defense Systems sales to Azerbaijan were frozen after the company allegedly conducted an illegal live demonstration of the Orbiter 1k UAV against Armenian troops at the request of the Azeri government, wounding two.[36]

Azerbaijani troops have been seen carrying IWI Tavor X95 assault rifles.[37]

The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry has released a video showing what could possibly be an Israeli UAV flying for a split second past the Turkish attack UAV, which was probably photographed by chance.[38] Several videos have also shown attacks by kamikaze UAVs which may be Israeli, but it is difficult to confirm this without further evidence. A political advisor to the Azerbaijani dictator said in an interview that Israeli attack drones are being used in combat, but this official has been known to lie and disseminate false propaganda.[39] It is also unclear to what extent he is informed about current military affairs. No other official in Azerbaijan has confirmed the claim.

Human rights violations in Azerbaijan predominantly concern freedom of expression. NGOs critical of the government are refused registration, and activists face travel bans and having their bank accounts frozen. Journalists such as Khadija Ismayilova have faced prosecution for “anti-Azerbaijani” activity and apparently exaggerated or falsified charges, as have opposition politicians.[40] The government has also sought the forcible return of Azerbaijani critics from abroad. Spyware has been levelled against dissidents including through covert access of computer webcams.[41][42][43]

Azerbaijan has restrictive freedom of assembly, and peaceful protests have been met with excessive force, and there have been reports of police brutality in custody. Lawyers have faced intimidation as well reprimand for anti-government findings, for example in the case of Yalchin Imanov who was disbarred after complaining of two clients’ alleged torture.[44][45]

Although homosexuality has been legal in Azerbaijan since 2000, discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is not. In 2017 there were allegations of a crackdown on the LGBTQ+ community including mass detention and torture.[46] In 2019 Azeri police detained fourteen gay men and transgender women on falsified charges, some of whom were then subject to forced STI tests.[47]

During the Covid-19 pandemic, social media users, medical professionals, and journalists have faced prosecution for criticising the government’s approach. The health crisis has been used by the government as an excuse for political attacks on the opposition, with activists facing arrest.[48][49]

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Product
Company
Year
Deal Size
Comments
Source
6 Lynx self-propelled MRL.s
IMI
2005 (2006)
Azerbaijani designation Dolu-1, Leysan and Shimsek
Sipri
50 EXTRA guided rockets SSMs.
IMI
2005 (2008-2009)
For Lynx MRL.
4 Aerostar UAVs
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2007 (2008)
SIPRI
100 Spike-LR anti-tank missiles
Rafael
2008 (2009-2010)
Sipri
10 AIL Storm (Sufa) APVs
Automative Industries Ltd.
2008 (2009-2010)
Azerbaijan
Sipri
5 ATMOS-2000 155mm self-propelled guns
Soltam
2008 (2010)
Sipri
10 CARDOM 120mm self-propelled mortars
Soltam
2008 (2010-2011)
Sipri
10 Aerostar UAVs
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2010 (2011-2012)
Incl production of components in Azerbaijan.
Sipri
Aerostar, Orbiter, and Dominator UAVs
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2011
JV with Azeri Defense Ministry”
https://www.israeldefense.co.il/en/content/production-azerbaijan-begins-factory-set-israeli-company-%E2%80%9Caeronautics%E2%80%9D
5 Heron UAVs
IAI
2011 (2013)
Part of $1.6b deal
Sipri, https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/israel-signs-deal-to-provide-azerbaijan-with-1-6-bln-in-military-equipment.161661/page-2
5 Searcher UAVs
IAI
2011 (2013)
Part of $1.6 b deal
Sipri
1 Barak-8LR SAM
Rafael
2011 (2016)
Part of $1.6 b deal
Sipri
40 Barak-8 SAMs
Rafael
2011 (2016)
Sipri
6 Shaldag patrol boats FAC (fast attack craft)
Israel Shipyards Ltd.
2013 (2014-2015)
assembled or produced in Azerbaijan
Sipri
250 Spike-NLOS SSM/ASM
Rafael
2013 (2014-2018)
for OPV-62 and Shaldag
Spiri
100 Lahat anti-tank missiles
IAI
2013 (2015-2016)
Sipri
6 Off-Patrol Vessels (OPV)-62
Israel Shipyards Ltd.
2013 (2015-2018)
Sipri
50 Harops
IAI
2014 (2015-2016)
Sipri
2 EL/M-2288 AD-STAR air search radars
IAI/Elta
2014 (2016)
Sipri
10 Spike-LR SSM launchers
Rafael
2015 (2016)
for SandCat APVs
Sipri
250 Spike-MR/LRs
Rafael
2015 (2016)
for SandCat APVs
Sipri
100 SandCat APVs
Plasan
2015 (2016-2018)
Sipri
10 Orbiter-3 UAVs
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2016 (2016-2017)
Sipri
100 Orbiter-1K loitering munitions
Aeronautics Defence Systems
2016 (2016-2019)
Incl assembly/production in Azerbaijan as Zerba
Sipri
100 Skystriker loitering munitions
Elbit
2016 (2018)
Sipri
Iron Dome
Rafael/IAI
2016
https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Politics-And-Diplomacy/Azerbaijan-We-have-closed-deal-to-buy-Israels-Iron-Dome-Missile-System-475732
2 Hermes-900 UAVs
Elbit
2017 (2017-2018)
Sipri
50 LORA missiles
IAI
2017 (2018)
Sipri
4 LORA self-propelled MRLs
IAI
2017 (2018)
Sipri
10 Spear 120mm mortars
Elbit
2017 (2018)
For SandCat APVs
Sipri
SkyStriker drones
Elbit
2019
Suicide drone
https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Israels-Elbit-Systems-sells-Azerbaijan-SkyStriker-suicide-drone-577053