Tuesday, October 4, 2022

AUSA 2017: UkrOboronProm to represent experience gained during the Russian aggression

For the first time, Ukrainian state defence manufacturer UkrOboronProm to participate at 2017 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition, Hall C Booth № 3817. UkrOboronProm to represent its unique experience, gained during the period of Russian aggression in Ukraine.

For almost four years Ukraine has been confronting Russian aggression. Unfortunately, such behavior of neighbor country continues to affect more and more countries and regions. This stimulates to develop domestic defense industry base, using all gained experience in hybrid war, as well as to strength Ukraine’s position in the global arms market.

Despite the critical state of the industry in 2014, in very tight terms “UkrOboronProm” succeed in fixing the process of immediate modernization of existing armament and production of the newest advanced weaponry and equipment samples.


As of today, Ukraine clearly understands what needs to be done to keep the world’s democracy safe. Ukraine gained much practical experience in resistance to the new type of aggression, which the whole world has never faced before.

“We believe we are to share this experience with all democratic world”, said in UkrOboronProm’s report.

UkrOboronProm director General Mr. Roman Romanov will share insights about strategic approaches and technologies, aimed at protecting Ukraine and the whole Eastern Europe. He will also comment on implementation of these technologies and results of their utilization in real war conditions.

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