Cooperation in military-technical sphere “doesn’t like publicity” / photo Uninstrumented Ukraine and Turkey in the military-technical sphere is productive and mutually beneficial.
The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said in an interview with Turkish news Agency “Anadolu Ajansi”, reported the UNIAN in a press-service of the President.
He noted a productive meeting with Turkish officials on a range of issues, in particular security, defense, military-technical cooperation, economy, tourism and culture, contacts between people and between governments.
“We had very productive talks in Turkey, which are of exceptional importance in many spheres”, – said Poroshenko.
According to him, cooperation in military-technical sphere “doesn’t like publicity”.
“However, I can say that the cooperation in these areas is mutually beneficial for both countries”, – said Poroshenko.
Read targeturl gave Russia the list for the release of Ukrainian political prisoners and expects the successful solution of the issue – Erdogan
“We are demonstrating our support and reliability of the Turkish sector of defence and security products in various fields, starting primarily with aircraft, tank, etc.,” said President and separately noted the presence of today’s strong military-technical capacity of Ukraine.
“In a difficult time for Ukraine, we feel the reliability on the part of our partners in the conditions of Russian aggression”, – said the President.
Poroshenko also noted Turkey’s support for Ukraine in NATO and the significant role of the state in the NATO trust Fund.
“I say that if I would have dreamed of even better relations between the two countries and two peoples and the two presidents, it would be impossible, because we have full confidence, full support and complete friendship”, – said Poroshenko and said that the relationship is not limited only to the spheres of politics, security or defence.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Poroshenko November 3-4, attended the Turkish Republic with official visit.
During the visit, Poroshenko invited Turkey to take part in the composition of a future peacekeeping mission under the auspices of the UN in the Donbas.