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“The agreement embraces supplies, repairs, upgrading, research and development works in the interests of Belarusian and Russian Defense Ministries, as well as expansion of cooperative and integrative ties of defense manufacturers from the two countries,” Vladimir Sulimov, First Deputy Chairman of Belarus’s State Military-Industrial Committee said.
He also said the document envisioned reciprocal supplies of defense-related products and services to meet the interests of the Armed Forces and training of military specialists of certain professions.
The agreement presupposes “access of Belarusian defense manufacturers to Russia’s state defense orders”.