Armenia, Poland sign agreement on setting up military -industrial enterprise

Thu 28 Mar 2013 01:29 GMT | 05:29 Local Time

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Deepening of cooperation in military-industrial sphere was also pointed out as an important issue.

"Lyubava" company and Charentsavan machine building plant at Armenian Defense Ministry signed an agreement on setting up an Armenian-Polish joint venture in Warsaw.

The agreement was signed within the official visit of the delegation headed by Secretary of National Security Council of Armenia Artur Baghdasaryan.

Artur Baghdasaryan also met with Co-Chairman from the Polish side of the Armenian-Polish Intergovernmental Commission on Economic Cooperation Tomas Tomcikevic where he pointed out the importance of the holding of the third session of the Intergovernmental Commission due in Yerevan on April 23-26.

During the meeting with head of the National Security Bureau of Poland Stanislaw Koziej, the further deepening of cooperation in military-industrial sphere was also pointed out as an important issue.

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