The Association includes 18 leading Danish companies.
Today, August 10, the State Concern “Ukroboronprom” and the Danish Defense and Security Industries Association (DI Defense and Security Industries Association) signed a cooperation agreement.
According to the concern’s press service, the association includes 18 advanced Danish companies.
It is noted that the agreement should help strengthen the defense capability of Ukraine in the face of a full-scale Russian invasion, and in the longer term to strengthen the military-industrial complex of Ukraine.
In particular, we are talking about possible cooperation in the areas of unmanned and marine systems, cyber defense, potential industrial cooperation, and the like.
“The world is changing, and these changes bear the imprint of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The situation requires our unity, and also places the responsibility on Western democracies, organizations and companies to support the Ukrainian people,” said Joachim Finkelman, director of the Danish Defense and Security Industry Association.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Denmark will send 130 instructors to the UK to train the Ukrainian military.