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NATO includes Ukraine in list of states using LOFGAS software

The license agreement comes into force since it is signed by the sides and it acts during five years
11:52, 30 August 2019

General Staff of Ukraine's Armed Forces

The Secretariat of NATO HQ made a decision to include Ukraine in the list of the countries, which use Logistic Functional Area Services (LOFGAS) software as the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported on Facebook.

According to the message, Deputy Head of the General Staff, Lieutenant General Radion Tyshchenko signed the draft license agreement between the Defense Ministry of Ukraine and NATO Communications and Information Agency.

 It is noted that the license agreement comes into force since it is signed by the sides and it acts during five years.

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Logistic Functional Area Services software will be used for the exploration of the possibilities and analysis of the enshrined functional processes during the logistical training and education of the personnel.

As we reported then Ukrainian Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak and Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces of the General Staff, Lieutenant General Ruslan Khomchak, discussed the country's defense sector reforms with high-level strategic advisers from NATO member states.

Earlier John Bolton, the U.S. National Security Advisor stated that NATO has enough allies in the Black Sea region.

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