We are talking about agreements and memorandums on the production of drones, repair and production of armored vehicles and ammunition.
Ukrainian companies signed 20 documents with foreign partners within the framework of the International Forum of Defense Industries; by the time the forum closed, 38 companies from 19 countries had joined the Alliance of Defense Industries. This was reported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
We are talking about agreements and memorandums on the production of drones, repair and production of armored vehicles and ammunition. Cooperation formats include joint production, technology exchange, and supply of components.
It was mentioned that every manufacturer of weapons and military equipment from around the world can join the Alliance.
As you know, the First International Forum of Defense Industries (DFNC1) in Kyiv brought together 252 companies from more than 30 countries that produce a full range of weapons, military equipment and defense systems.
The event was attended by manufacturers of tanks, artillery, drones, ammunition, developers of innovative software and owners of unique complex technologies from partner countries. In addition, the Ukrainian state and private enterprises of the defense-industrial complex – both a broad group of companies and defense-tech startups – joined.
We remind you that today President Vladimir Zelensky announced the creation of the Alliance of Defense Industries.
It is also planned to create a special defense fund in Ukraine, which will be financed from dividends from state defense assets and profits from the sale of confiscated assets of the Russian Federation.
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