Ukraine will make defense purchases according to NATO standards under Norwegian supervision 00:46

The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine signed a cooperation agreement with a Norwegian company in the field of defense procurement according to NATO standards. DEA NewsWith reference to the press service of the department.

“An agreement of intent has been signed between the Defense Procurement Agency of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense and the Norwegian Defense Logistics Agency (NDMA).

Under this three-year agreement, Kiev will receive methodological assistance in organizing the supply of material and technical means to improve the capabilities of the combined defense forces of Ukraine. In addition, this agreement will allow Ukrainian experts to study and continue to apply the standards and protocols of NATO countries in the field of defense procurement.

The ministry also said that in the first stage, the financing of the transaction will be carried out by the Norwegian side.

Formerly in the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine declaration About their readiness to send their military personnel to Norway soon to train the operation of NASAMS air defense systems.

Source: Gazeta


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