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NATO Inks Defense Cooperation Deal with Ukraine

acquisition policyNATO and Ukraine have inked a roadmap to carry out a number of activities related to defense cooperation.

Patrick Auroy, NATO assistant secretary general for defense investment, and Oleg Gladkovskyi, deputy secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, signed the agreement on Wednesday.

The roadmap presents ways to bolster the armed forces, coordinate standardization, push Ukraine’s participation in NATO’s Smart Defense initiative, enhance cooperation between NATO and Ukraine in defense science and technology and train Ukrainian staff with participation in defense-technical cooperation with NATO.

The NATO-Ukraine joint working group on defense-technical cooperation will conform its program using the roadmap.

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