Poroshenko: Our task is to turn Ukraine into global aviation player
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko visits renowned ‘Antonov’ plane manufacturer
Our task is turn Ukraine into a key global aviation player, Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko stated this during his speech at ‘Antonov’, aired by ‘112 Ukraine’.
‘Today, we’ve witnessed a possibility to design another ‘Mriya’ – AN-225. We already have a corpus of the unique aircraft AN-70’, - Poroshenko said.
The President stressed: ‘Our mutual task is to turn Ukraine into a key global aviation player at international level’.
Ukraine’s President visited ‘Antonov’ and congratulated its staff on 70th anniversary of the manufacturer.
Ealier, it has been reported, that ‘Antonov’ intends to increase the number of manufactured aircrafts up to 25 a year.
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