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Military-technical cooperation between Belarus and Azerbaijan “has a long-standing history, significant volumes and a good trend for further extension”


On November 19, 2018, following the results of the negotiations held in Minsk between the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, and the President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliev, a range of bilateral documents was signed regarding development of cooperation in different spheres. 

In the presence of the leaders, memorandum of understanding was signed between the State Authority for Military Industry of Belarus and the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan on bilateral cooperation on supplying weapons and air defense equipment. The document was signed by Zakir Gasanov, the Minister of Defense of Azerbaijan, and Roman Golovchenko, the Chairman of the State Authority for Military Industry of Belarus. 

“In the shortest time, this memorandum will be transformed into a contract for procuring another lot of military equipment from Belarus”, the President of Azerbaijan said to reporters following the negotiations with Alexander Lukashenko. 

Ilham Aliev told that Azerbaijan is satisfied with the cooperation with Belarus, because this country manufactures high-quality and effective products. "Therefore it is no coincidence that military-technical cooperation between our countries has a long-standing history, significant volumes and a good trend for further extension", stated the leader of Azerbaijan.

Source: BelTA

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Goscomvoyenprom Chairman Reports to Belarus President


On 12 November 2018, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko met with Chairman of the State Military Industrial Committee (Goscomvoyenprom) Roman Golovchenko.
Special attention was paid to the economic results of the nation’s military industrial complex. 

The President noted that the industry was doing fairly well on the whole, especially in terms of profitability, income, and average salaries.
“But this is not enough. These financial figures represent only half of what needs to be achieved as of the end of the next year. Therefore, you should plan to double the results in the future – not so much the output, but the cash earnings,” said the head of state.
The President was informed about the execution of his previous orders. In particular, Golovchenko spoke about what had been done to stabilise and ensure comprehensive development of Tekhnika Svyazi JSC and Orsha Aircraft Repair Plant JSC, two Goscomvoyenprom-supervised companies in Orsha district.
Goscomvoyenprom has set up a rapid response centre, which is constantly monitoring the operations of these enterprises and renders the necessary assistance.
A lot has been done to straighten up the manufacturing process at these companies.
A number of programmes have been elaborated and launched to ensure their sustainable development in the mid-term perspective. The focus will be on manufacturing competitive products and efficient use of the companies’ production capacities.
Specifically, Tekhnika Svyazi has adjusted its development programme until 2020. The company will preserve its specialisation and continue to develop as a radio systems manufacturer.
The programme’s key aim is to raise the efficiency of the production process by introducing advanced technologies and launching new products.
Similarly, Orsha Aircraft Repair Plant adopted a development programme for 2018–2023. Under it, the enterprise will undergo a reconstruction, install new equipment in the existing workshops and build new ones.
Having analysed the market, the company has drawn up a manufacturing plan, which envisages more workload for its production capacities. The 2019 order portfolio has been formed.
Goscomvoyenprom’s key goal is to bring these companies to the level of break-even operation and prevent them from making losses in the future.
Roman Golovchenko also reported about the development prospects.
At the moment, Goscomvoyenprom is focused on carrying out the Defence Sector and Goscomvoyenprom Development Programme until 2020 (new edition), seeking to fulfil its commitments in full and with high quality. In 2019, it will start drafting a similar programme until 2025.
New areas of arms development are being shaped in missile engineering, unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), robotics and cyber security. Hence, the
industry is defining the required competences and sci-tech potential in these fields.
One of the priorities is to develop a family of strike UASs of different types.
Together with private and state companies, Goscomvoyenprom organisations have made certain steps towards the development of strike UASs in Belarus. Specifically, they have designed control, communication and navigation systems, as well as payloads. Some examples of strike UASs were demonstrated to the President on 5 October 2018, during a show of promising weapons and special equipment, developed and manufactured by Belarusian defence companies.
The industry will continue to upgrade the existing combat robots (the Berserk and Bogomol) and the ADUNOK automated remotely-guided surveillance/firing system.
Since 2017, Goscomvoyenprom organisations have been working to set up domestic production of small arms and their ammunition for civilians and uniformed services.
A priority line, as seen by Goscomvoyenprom, is the implementation of measures to protect systems, networks and software from cyber attacks, which aim to access, change or delete confidential information.
According to Alexander Lukashenko, the world had changed: today, there is an extremely high demand for smart high-precision weapons and especially defensive assets against them.
“We make defensive systems. They represent what many countries need. We don’t intend to launch an offensive against anyone. This is why we should build up these schools, centres and production facilities to meet the domestic demand for highly effective defensive weapons and offer some to other countries,” the President said.
The Belarusian leader said he wanted all Belarusian defence companies to do better regardless of whether they are run by the state or a private owner.
“There is no difference. Naturally, since these are peculiar products, strict oversight and administration over these enterprises is required from your side,” he said.
In addition, the President was informed about other promising defence projects, certain aspects of military-technical cooperation, as well as existing problems and ways of resolving them.

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Belarus and Kazakhstan Find Common Ground on All Issues and Identify Promising Directions of Development in Military-Technical Sphere


On 11-12 October 2018, Minsk hosted the 9th meeting of the subcommission on military-technical cooperation of the Intergovernmental Belarus-Kazakhstan Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation (hereinafter referred to as the subcommission). The meeting was attended by members of the Belarusian and Kazakhstani parts of the subcommission, representatives of ministries, departments, organisations of Belarus and Kazakhstan. 

Opening the 9th meeting of the subcommission on 12 October, Dmitry Pantus, Deputy Chairman of the Belarusian State Military Industrial Committee chairman of the Belarusian part of the subcommission, summed up the work of the expert group and focused on the most important issues on the meeting agenda.
According to Dmitry Pantus, the parties gave a positive assessment of the current state of military-technical cooperation between the two countries, found common ground on all issues and identified the order and promising directions of development.
In his turn, Amaniyaz Yerzhanov, Vice-Minister of Defence and Aerospace Industry of Kazakhstan and head of the Kazakhstani part of the subcommission, thanked the Belarusian side for the traditionally warm welcome and stressed that military-technical cooperation between Belarus and Kazakhstan has positive dynamics and real prospects for further development, as well as a solid legal and regulatory framework. Effective cooperation chains are being built between Belarusian and Kazakhstani defence companies; assembly production is being developed.
At the end of the meeting, a protocol was signed by Dmitry Pantus, Deputy Chairman of the Belarusian State Military Industrial Committee and head of the Belarusian part of the subcommission, and by Amaniyaz Yerzhanov, Vice-Minister of Defence and Aerospace Industry of Kazakhstan and head of the Kazakhstani part of the subcommission.
The commission decided to hold the tenth anniversary meeting of the subcommission on military-technical cooperation of the Intergovernmental Belarus-Kazakhstan Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation in 2019 in Kazakhstan.

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