Ukraine’s state-owned Ukroboronprom concern is presenting the defense military complex products at the 25th international arms exhibition MSPO 2017, taking place in Kielce, Poland, from September 5 through September 8.
According to Ukroboronprom, Ukraine at the expo showcases high-precision weapons, including anti-tank missile systems supplied to Ukraine’s army and available for exports.
In addition, the Ukraine stand showcases enterprises specializing in creating, modernizing and repairing armor vehicles, the production of artillery and aviation weapons, optical and navigation devices.
Ukrainian arms producers Luch, Artem, Izium instrument making plant, Photoprylad, and others participate in the arms show.
Ukraine and Poland have invigorated cooperation in the military sphere and are working on cooperation plans, including the joint creation of land-based high-precision weapons, anti-air defense systems, drones and joint armor vehicle repair.
The laser-guided anti-tank missile system Pirat, with a range of 2.5 kilometers, is an example of one of Ukraine-Polish joint venture projects between Luch and Poland’s Mesko concern. (Interfax-Ukraine/Business World Magazine)