The publication by the State Export Control Service of Ukraine of the free access to the list of restrictions in the implementation of military-technical cooperation is the first step towards the liberalization of foreign economic activity of enterprises of the defense industry of the country.
Such an assessment was provided by the 12 in December to the Defense and Industrial Courier Information Agency at the Center for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies (CDCA).
Let's remind that in order to raise the level of knowledge of economic entities on export control issues of December 10 The State Export Control Service of Ukraine was hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine information on restrictions that Ukraine has to comply with or take into account when carrying out military-technical cooperation with foreign countries.
The CSDC maintains the very easy access to the document, since earlier such documents were issued for official use, and for the first time the restrictions have been issued in free access.
At the same time, the experts of the center expressed the hope that in the near future the state institutions will fulfill the already promise of a transparent and open process to grant the desired defense industry enterprises the authority to carry out foreign economic operations on the world market of armaments.
"This is necessary, because there is a lot of evidence from the leaders of the defense industry that the process of obtaining authority for foreign economic operations on the world arms market lasts for many months, and even more than a year," the CDAAC noted.