Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Round table with participation of UkrOboronProm “cooperation between business and education” held in Kharkiv Aviation Institute

During the round table “Cooperation between business and education” – held in Kharkiv Aviation Institute – the following issues were raised: supplying national security of Ukraine and effective use of Ukraine’s potential in order to create modern weapons and military equipment.

“One of the main directions of military-industrial complex of Ukraine is close cooperation with leading research centers, such as Kharkiv Aviation Institute. Such cooperation allows consolidating efforts in supplying defence enterprises with qualified specialists and creating conditions for maximum efficient use of educational and research capabilities of universities. In addition, it allows keeping defence industry labor potential”- said UOP Deputy Director General for Development Artur Kheruvymov.

It should be noted that “UkrOboronProm” initiated a program on cooperation expanding with leading Ukrainian universities, supported by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Defence. Currently, Partnership and Cooperation Memorandums are signed with 48 higher education institutions of the country, including Kharkiv Aviation Institute.


Such cooperation is the basis for technological development, determined by research and development projects, ideas, born together with scientific schools and educational institutions.

The State Concern “UkrOboronProm” is elaborating on the technical assignment for the independent audit. The Sate Concern expects the world’s largest auditing firms – including the ones known as the “Big 4” – to participate in it.

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