Ukraine’s state-run UkrOboronProm may obtain permission to participate in tenders for the supply of goods and services in the interests of Alliance member countries and partners within the framework of the Random Brokerage Services (RBS) program.
Recently the NATO Support and Procurement Agency offered to add Ukrainian defense industry enterprises to the list of defense products manufacturers, the company said in a statement Monday.
UkrOboronProm will demonstrate samples of its military equipment that will include armored vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles, anti-tank missile systems, missile and artillery weapons, and new aircraft during the 20th anniversary of the NATO-Ukraine Charter.
25 weapons units are placed directly in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
UOP enterprises-participants are actively implementing international standards – 70% of them are already certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and the system of management and quality assurance of AQAP 2000 is being implemented. 40 UOP enterprises-participants have access to NATO Master Catalog of References for Logistics. This tool allowed domestic defense enterprises to enter the international arms market and implement the import substitution program. Working with NATO Master Catalogue helped UKROBORONPROM to quickly find European suppliers, replacing the Russian ones.