Armenia and Poland sign agreement on establishing joint military industrial enterprise
On Wednesday, Warsaw based company "Lubava" and Charentsavan Machine Building Plant of the Ministry of Defense of Armenia signed an agreement on the establishment of an Armenian-Polish joint venture, Mediamax writes.
The agreement was signed during an official visit of Armenian National Security Council Secretary Arthur Baghdasaryan to Poland.
Artur Baghdasaryan also met with the Polish chairman of the Armenian-Polish intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation Tomasz Tomczykiewicz, during which the parties emphasized the importance of the third session of the intergovernmental commission, to be held on April 23-26 in Yerevan.
During the meeting with the head of the National Security Bureau of Poland Stanislaw Koziej, the sides also emphasized the importance of further cooperation in the field of military industry.