Pakistan and Poland pursue aerospace co-operation

27 November 2017

Pakistani and Polish industry are furthering their industrial defence ties, having conducted the second meeting within a week to discuss potential ways in which the two nations can collaborate on a number of technology areas.

On 24 November, commander of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF), ACM Sohail Aman, visited Warsaw to discuss bilateral aerospace industrial co-operation with Polish Armaments Group (PGZ), and was pictured looking at the company’s unmanned aerial vehicle designs.

This was the second of three visits that are planned for 2017, according to PGZ, and follows a 15–19 November visit during which Pakistan Ordnance Factory and members of the government visited PGZ to discuss potential co-operation in the development of small arms and ammunition.

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