The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko exhibition of armament IDEX 2015 to be held in Abu Dhabi held talks with the advent of the United Arab Emirates. According to the version of the Ukrainian side, Kiev managed to reach concrete agreements.
Ukrainian President arrived at the exhibition of arms IDEX 2015 not only to admire the designs of modern military equipment from different States. In his intentions among other things included and come to an agreement on the supply of certain weapons in the country. If you believe the Advisor to the heads of the interior Ministry of Ukraine Anton Geraschenko, Ukrainian favorite turned out to achieve.
"The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko met with crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates, General Colonel Mohammad bin Zayed al Nahyan," wrote Anton Geraschenko on its own page on Facebook.
"During the meeting reached an agreement on cooperation with the United Arab Emirates to supply Ukraine specific types of weapons and military equipment. The types and volumes of supplies of, You know, is disclosed in Facebook is not suitable", he added.
Good luck in agreements with other States is not added to the Ukrainian President conviction in yourself, if judged by the actions of his security. So, it became known that the security service Poroshenko tried to protect him from communicating with the advent of mass media from Russia.
Meeting with reporters not promises Ukrainian President virtually no surprises, because it worked best to protect themselves from potentially inappropriate questions. "It is allowed to participate only to the adherents of the Ukrainian, Western and regional media. Of course, this is not an official ban", - TASS quoted an anonymous source in the Ukrainian delegation.
Also, it became known that the security service IDEX 2015 deprived of accreditation one of the accompanying Poroshenko Ukrainian correspondents. The reason for this was "a gross violation of the rules of foreign media at the exhibition.
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