Belarus and Jordan Determine Long-Term Cooperation Plan
From 9 to 12 December, a Belarusian delegation led by First Deputy Minister of the Belarusian State Authority for Military Industry (SAMI) Igor Demidenko visited the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and attended a regular meeting of the joint Belarusian-Jordanian committee on military-technical cooperation in Amman.
The parties confirmed their interest in further boosting of mutual beneficial military-technical cooperation between the two countries, analysed the results of the agreements achieved during the previous meeting. They also confirmed their mutual interest in developing contacts, noted capabilities for their expanding, considered practical aspects of the implementation of joint drafts and determined a long-term cooperation plan.
The head of the Belarusian delegation also met with representatives of King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB).
The Belarusian delegation visited one of the air defence units of the Jordanian army.
Following the meeting, Igor Demidenko and the head of the military air defence of the Jordanian army Brig. Gen. Rateb Arif Al-Daadzhey signed a protocol.
Currently, the governments of Belarus and Jordan have an agreement on military-technical cooperation signed on 11 July 2008. It is a legal document that defines the main areas and forms of cooperation in this sphere.