Deputy Minister of Defence of Ukraine Dmytro Klimenkov met with Director of the Intergovernmental Defense Cooperation Agency (AMOS), Czech Republic, Aleš Vytečka, as well as representatives of the defence sector of the Netherlands and Denmark.
During the meeting, Dmytro Klimenkov thanked the governments and peoples of the partner countries for their unwavering support and logistical assistance in Ukraine’s fight against the russian aggressor.
The Deputy Minister of Defence briefed the delegation on the ongoing institutional changes in the Ministry, including the establishment of defence and logistics procurement agencies. The delegation was also informed about Ukraine’s defence procurement priorities in the short and long term, including plans to increase domestic production of ammunition of the required calibres, mines and drones.
Dmytro Klimenkov called on representatives of the defence industry of the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and Denmark to strengthen cooperation and exchange of experience in the areas of arms production and defence procurement.
“Our priority is to strengthen Ukraine’s defence capability. The Armed Forces of Ukraine need the most modern weapons and technologies. Cooperation with the European defence industry is an integral part of this strategy,” said the Deputy Minister.