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Ukrainian Defense and Security Industry»

Attention scammers!

The management of AOUBP received information that a citizen of Latvia — Komorotskis Oleksandr — organizes meetings and presents himself as a member of the board of AOUBP. Uses the UDSI logo, the website udsi.eu, the e-mail oborona@udsi.eu, and the phone number +44800465896.

The specified person has NOTHING to do with the Association of the Ukrainian Defense and Security Industry!

Any actions of Oleksandr Komorotskis on behalf of AOUOBP are groundless and constitute fraud.

Ukrainian Defense and Security Industry

Mission of the Association

Is to facilitate building the transparent and efficient security and defense system in Ukraine and stable regional security system, as well installing high standards of integrity and civic contol over the sectors of economy that are paramount to the security of the society.

The Association «Ukrainian Defense and Security Industry» (UADSI) was created on the basis of the agreement of intent of 9 April 2015, concluded by the legal entities of Ukraine, Lithuania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic; UADSI was officially registered in the Unified State Register of 08 July 2015 under the number 10741020000054910, identification code 39885196.

The executive bodies of the UADSI include representatives of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, representatives of the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Romania. It is planned to invite representatives of the European Union. There was established cooperation with the associations of defense and security industries of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, with more than 100 manufacturers of Ukraine, and manufacturers from European countries. It was signed the agreements and memoranda of cooperation with the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine’s unit – TECHVOENSERVIS, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine and the Soldiers of Peace International Association (SPIA).

The UADSI was created as an analogue of the organizations that exist in European countries in order to establish international military-technical cooperation, to represent the interests of Ukrainian manufacturers both in Ukraine and on the international market, to transfer the defense and security production to NATO standards, to attract funds from international communities to resolve the most acute issues of reforming the defense industry in Ukraine and to ensure peace and stability on the European continent.

During UADSI existence, our managers organized the meetings of the Czech Republic producer’s delegation led by Deputy Minister of Defense of the Czech Republic with the heads of Regional State Administration. (Dnipro, Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson regions). Also there were organized the meetings of Ukrainian producers with representatives of the Ministry of Defense of Lithuania and Latvia. Ukrainian producers were presented at the International Military Exhibition IDET in Brno. Numerous conferences were held involving international communities to establish cooperation with European countries in various fields of activity. With the assistance of the Government of Estonia the software for counteracting corruption was received. Now the trainings of representatives of the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Agriculture of Ukraine are going at the State Tax Service Institute.

UADSI was created as the association that is opened to involve manufactures from different countries of the world, in contrast to the similar European associations. It allows to represent interests not only of Ukrainian producers abroad, but also interests of representatives from other countries both on the territory of Ukraine and outside its borders. Our association promotes the establishment of cooperation in various fields of activity not only through state institutions, but also through establishing close relationships with private manufactures.