Contents tagged with Ukroboronprom
The state corporation Shepetivsky Repair Plant has finished overhauling a batch of 220mm Urahan multiple rocket launchers (MRL) and has handed them over to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as was reported by the press service of the Ukrainian state defense concern Ukroboronprom, which includes the Shepetivsky Plant. The size of the batch was not stated.
The factory completely restored all the nodes and units of the Urahan MRLs, which passed quality control tests in the client’s presence.
During the 2018 Arms and Security Expo on Thursday, October 11th, Ukrainian state-owned enterprise Promoboronexport and the Moldovan Ministry of Defense signed a memorandum of cooperation, reports the press service of the state defense company Ukroboronprom.
It is indicated that the agreement includes the parties providing services to overhaul and modernize armored and aviation equipment. Also, the parties agreed on the possible supply of Ukrainian military equipment to the Armed Forces of …
The Ukrainian state-owned company SpetsTechnoExport and Turkish company Aselsan signed an agreement to produce Turkish radio sets in Ukraine, stated the press-service of SpetsTechnoExport’s parent company, Ukroboronprom. Both parties did the signing at “Arms and Security,” the international arms exhibition at Kyiv.
Ukraine’s armed forces plan to replace all of their existing radio sets with Aselsan units by 2020. Some military units and divisions will continue using American Harris radio sets. …
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed the law “On introducing changes to Ukraine’s laws concerning the resolution of several issues of the indebtedness of defense industry complex companies – members of the state concern Ukroboronprom – to the aggressor-state and/or occupant state and ensuring their stable development”, announced Poroshenko’s press service.
The law proposes mechanisms to protect the economic activity of companies in the defense industry complex, which are state …
On Thursday, August 9, the industrial production of large caliber artillery shells was launched at the Artem plant in Kyiv.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksandr Turchynov, Minister of Defense Stepan Poltorak and First Vice Prime Minister Stepan Kubiv all took part in the opening ceremony of the new production line.
"Before the war, in 2012 to 2013, munitions disposal was an issue and, unfortunately, the war disposed of …
The Ukroboronprom State Concern recently announced completion of the contract for supplying Oplot-T tanks to Thailand.
According to a statement on the website of the company, the last batch of tanks was tested in the presence of the customer and will soon be sent to Thailand. Work on the manufacture of tanks was carried out by the Malyshev Plant.
The contract with Thailand was signed in 2011 and is worth over $240 million. In accordance with the export requirements, Ukraine was commissioned …
President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, signed a decree on the dismissal of Roman Romanov from the post of General Director of Ukroboronprom State Enterprise. The relevant decree No.26 / 2018 from February 12th was posted on the website of the head of state.
"To dismiss Romanov Roman Anatolyevich from the post of General Director of the State Enterprise Ukroboronprom," the document says.
On the evening of February 12th, Romanov announced his decision to leave his post.
In late January, the …
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine requested that President Petro Poroshenko dismiss the head of the Ukroboronprom State Enterprise, Roman Romanov, and expects a new candidate to be nominated by the recently renewed supervisory board of the state enterprise.
"I recently said that I will not work with the head of Ukroboronprom, Romanov. I waited so that perhaps he would decide for himself and resign, but this did not happen. Today I propose that we make the decision and file a petition …
Bulgarian Defense Minister Krasimir Karakachanov said that Sofia suspended the deal with Russia to repair MiG-29 aircraft because of a complaint by Ukrainian Ukroboronprom company, as reported on the Bulgarian Defense Ministry’s website.
The Russian company was to re-equip 15 old MiG fighters for the Bulgarian armed forces. However, due to the complaint by Ukraine to the Commission on Protection of Competition, the authorities of the country were forced to suspend the process.
The Ukroboronprom state military industrial enterprise (Ukraine) has climbed from the 84th to the 77th position in the world ranking of top 100 arms sellers, according to a publications by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) released on Monday.
According to the report, in 2016, Ukroboronprom sold weapons for USD 1,060 million (95% of the total sales of the state defense concern) or USD 213 million above the levels of the previous year. Appearing next to it in the …