Ukrainian state concern "Ukroboronprom" even at thirty percent is substituted for imports from Russia, said the Director General of the defense group romance Novels.
"We are faced with the problem of import substitution, 30 thousand Names We have received From our Northern neighbor. Were the traditional ties of cooperation, the technique was designed that included these components", - has told Novels." Quickly enough in the past year was spent about eleven thousand types of products We are producing at the enterprises of Ukroboronprom, which is about 30%. This year, a significant portion will be disbursed, all this time We Had to buy accessories in the States of Western Europe ", – he said, reports RIA " Novosti ".
yesterday Ukroboronprom said that manufactured and handed over to the army almost 4 thousand Units of new weapons and equipment, increasing its production in one year in 36 times. Ukroboronprom is more than 100 plants of the military-industrial industry, which employs about 60 thousand People. Remember, in may, the Ukrainian government has terminated a contract between the governments of Ukraine and Russia on military-technical cooperation. After the destruction of the USSR, Ukraine has remained a large number of plants of the military industrial complex, closely integrated with the Russian " defense industry ". For example, Ukraine got almost thirty percent of factories and design office of missile and aviation industries of the USSR. May 26, 1993 in Kiev was signed the Treaty between the Russian government and the government of Ukraine on military-technical cooperation. In the document the parties have agreed to maintain and develop cooperative ties with the creation and production of military products, to implement its mutual deliveries, provide services for military purposes. The Treaty on the PTS also forbade the sale or transfer to a third party, and among them, foreign individuals, legal entities or international organizations, military products and information without the prior consent of its original owner. In the summer of last year the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko forbade any military-technical cooperation with Russia. For example, Poroshenko signed a decree, which prohibited the export to Russia of military and dual-use goods for military end use (Russia, except for space technology, which is used for research and use of outer space for good purposes in the framework of international space projects. In the past year, experts said that the refusal to cooperate with Russia in the military-industrial complex almost completely deprive Kiev of military industry. From the cessation of military-technical cooperation with Russia, Ukraine will lose a lot more.