Ukraine to develop radiolocation stations according to NATO standards together with Turkey
Memorandum on further cooperation was signed on April 8
State Concern UkrOboronProm and Turkish company HAVELSAN will together develop radiolocation station, informed press service of the Concern.
According to the Concern’s report, published on April 11, the Memorandum on further cooperation was signed on April 8.
Director General of UkrOboronProm Roman Romanov emphasized, that the Concern has considerable experience in developing radiolocation equipment. “We will cooperate with the leading Turkish company and develop a powerful innovative product, that will come in line with international standards”, - Romanov stated.
Romanov added, that one of priority tasks of Ukraine’s military-industrial complex is to achieve international standards in production of weapons and military equipment. Considering that Turkey is member of NATO, this experience will help Ukraine deepen military and technical cooperation with NATO member states.
UkrOboronProm and HAVELSAN also agreed to expand cooperation in aviation.
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