Thursday, May 16, 2024

UkrOboronProm represents reform strategy of the military-industrial complex of Ukraine

SC “UkrOboronProm” launched a special website for presentation of the strategy for reforming the military-industrial complex of Ukraine.

The website presents main directions of reform of the military-industrial complex of Ukraine. It will enable the integration of the Ukrainian defence industry into the global high-tech market. The reform is aimed at close international cooperation within the framework of innovative trends. It includes simultaneous operation in legal, technological, and industrial areas.

For starting the reform, legislation changes in accordance with international standards are needed. The sooner the deputies approve 34 draft laws, the faster the defence industry of Ukraine integrates into the global market.


The reform covers clear sequential steps: corporatization, auditing, clustering, protection of technology and launching

Main goal of reform in the defense industry is building an effective network of interaction between science, business organizations and industrial enterprises for the most rapid innovation both military and civilian purposes, and increasing the competitiveness of domestic products in world markets.

According to “Forbes Ukraine,” UKROBORONPROM took 9th place in the ranking of the most innovative companies of the state. According to the global ranking of Defense News, it took one year for UOP to jump up 24 positions, having taken 68th place.

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Dylan Malyasov
Dylan Malyasov
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