Belarus and Uzbekistan Develop Military-Technical Cooperation
In late July, Minsk and Brest hosted the second meeting of the Joint Belarus-Uzbekistan Commission on Military-Technical Cooperation. In addition to members of the national parts of the commission, representatives of ministries, departments and organisations of the two countries participated in the commission’s work.
During the meeting, which took place in a friendly atmosphere, the participants exchanged views in a constructive way on all issues of military-technical cooperation, reviewed the implementation of the decisions adopted at the first meeting, noted the importance of the work done, identified priority areas for further bilateral cooperation and laid out approaches to solve the current problems.
The parties confirmed their mutual interest in developing joint military-technical cooperation.
The Uzbek delegation visited a number of companies of State Authority for Military Industry and defence enterprises, as well as familiarised themselves with their capabilities and potential.
At the end of the meeting, Roman Golovchenko, Minister of State Authority for Military Industry and head of the Belarusian national part of the commission, and Atabek Ibadullaev, Chairman of the State Committee for the Defence Industry and head of the Uzbek national part of the commission, signed a protocol.
The third meeting of the commission on military-technical cooperation will be held in Uzbekistan.