Ukraine, Poland begin joint military-technical production

The Ukroboronprom State Concern has agreed with well-known Polish company LUBAWA S.A. on joint military-technical production.
The corresponding decision is set out in the cooperation agreement signed by Ukroboronprom First Deputy Director General Serhiy Pinkas and Chairman of the LUBAWA S.A. Company Marcin Kubica, the press service of the Ukrainian concern reported.
“Now we are taking the first important steps for serious cooperation with our partners from the European Union. And we declare not only our desire to change approaches and improve the standards of the Ukrainian defense industry as soon as possible, but also to emphasize the economic component, as Ukraine now is in need of the development of technologies and modern production. From now on, the European arms market has become even closer for us,” Pinkas said, commenting on the signing of the agreement.
A series of products to be made at a joint venture will be determined in the near future. The signed agreement contains, inter alia, a specific action plan to be implemented in the next few weeks. Overall, the parties agreed that 2015 will be a key year for the dynamic development of relations.
“The agreement with Ukroboronprom is the beginning of fruitful cooperation between Polish and Ukrainian defense sectors. Our company has already operated in the market for over 60 years and is strategic for Poland’s security. In particular, we produce multi-purpose camouflage for the Armed Forces of the NATO countries. LUBAWA company products are in demand on more than 40 markets around the world and we boldly call our future cooperation with Ukraine strategic,” Kubica said.

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