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Rokestan opens link with Polish manufacturer

Posted 4 September 2015 · Add Comment

Turkey's Rokestan has signed a memorandum of understanding with Poland's WZL1 which covers the future cooperation on numerous defence industry activities.

The agreement was signed at the MSPO Defence and Security Exhibition in Kielce, where the two companies agreed to initially exchange business and technical information in order to establish areas of cooperation.

Roketsan’s vice chairman, Erguder Toptas said: “We believe the result of this initiative will enable us to expand and deliver our systems to friendly nations and also extend to further business cooperation between the two companies.”
 

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