Ukrainian Defence Industry (UDI) to cooperate with Lithuanian technology companies

By Defence Industry Europe

Ukrainian Defence Industry (UDI), formerly known as Ukroboronprom, has embarked on a significant initiative by forging partnerships with four Lithuanian companies engaged in innovative development and production in the military sphere. This development was marked by the signing of letters of intent on January 10, coinciding with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's visit to Vilnius, Republic of Lithuania.


The Lithuanian firms involved in this partnership – NT Service, Brolis Semiconductors, RSI Europe, and DMEXS – are leaders in the creation of advanced military technologies.

Their specializations include the development of sights, particularly thermal imaging systems, modern remote detonation initiation systems, electronic warfare (EW) devices, and various communication technologies.



Herman Smetanin, the General Director of Ukrainian Defence Industry (UDI), expressed his gratitude towards President Zelenskyi, the Office of the President, and the Ministry of Strategic Industries for their substantial efforts in facilitating these international collaborations.

“This partnership with our new Baltic partners is a major step forward for the Ukrainian defence industry. Our continued focus is on strengthening ties with innovative foreign companies, especially in the realms of EW and unmanned systems. These collaborations are crucial for our national defence and contribute towards Ukraine’s goal of becoming the Arsenal of the Free World,” said Smetanin.



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