6 003 739 ZŁ
Project funded
$ 1 200 000
Campaign goal

Czech drones for Ukraine

Dalibor Dedek
Dalibor Dědek is a Czech businessman, and the benefactor and co-owner of the Jablotron group of companies. After Russia's invasion of Ukraine, he founded the #wemustact initiative and the #giftforputin project


We thank everyone who contributed to the delivery of Czech combat drones for the Ukrainian army. The drones are already prepared for delivery, follow the Twitter account  @GiftPutin

We are no longer collecting money for the Bivoj drone, but you can still donate to the embassy's main fundraising. But if you really want to support drones for Ukraine, take a look at our new campaign, where we are selecting smaller machines for Czech soldiers fighting on the Eastern Front.


For several years now, a group of aviation experts has been working on the development and production of a Czech military drone.

It has a type designation as its name, but they call it Bivoj.

Three basic conditions were set during its design preparation.

1. The machine must be assembled exclusively from components manufactured in the Czech Republic.

2. Its parameters must be comparable to those of competing products.

3. The price must be favourable to future customers.

Currently, the drone is in the testing phase and is seeking military certification so that it can be included in the Czech Army's arsenal.

Thanks to a private donation, several of these machines will be actively assisting in the defence of the Ukrainian Republic in the near future. They will therefore be directly tested in action. Their deployment at the front will also significantly speed up the certification process.

You would probably be interested in these facts:

The drone has a take-off weight of 25 kg, a wingspan of 3.3 metres, can carry 8 kilos of cargo, has a range of 200 kilometres and a maximum flight time of 4 hours.

The machine can primarily acquire the currently required data from a large battlefield to conduct an effective defence against an aggressor.

This Czech drone kit costs 30 million crowns (1.3 million USD), which is the price for the whole set (3 drones + catapult + ground control station).

The drone is produced in an observation version with the option of modification to a combat version.

Shall we buy the Army of the Ukrainian Republic Bivoy and help bring a new Czech product into the world?


Every campaign that you can find on the Weapons for Ukraine website is thoroughly verified in several ways. First of all, we check the guarantor of the campaign. The guarantor must personally vouch for the truthfulness of the information, meet us personally and prove their identity. We then verify the purpose of the campaign and manually verify that the aid recipient is an existing unit that trusts the guarantor and that it really needs the equipment for which the campaign raises funds. In the case of weapons or weapon systems, the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic and the Embassy of Ukraine in the Czech Republic also carry out an examination of their necessity and usefulness.