Defense industry entities from Uzbekistan and India engaged in fruitful discussions exploring potential avenues for mutual cooperation, the Ministry of Defense's press service reports.
To bolster their collaborative efforts, a seminar and industry-focused exhibition were conducted in Tashkent. The events witnessed active participation from representatives of both Uzbek and Indian defense industry companies, underscoring the commitment to advancing bilateral ties.
The Defense Industry Agency of Uzbekistan, in collaboration with the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Delhi, the Department of Defense Industry of India, and the Embassy of India in Tashkent, orchestrated the seminar and exhibition.
Key Uzbekistani organizations participating in these deliberations included Zen Technologies Ltd., MKU Ltd., Rotary Connectors (P) Ltd., TATA Advanced Systems Ltd., Tejas Networks Ltd., Bharat Dynamics Ltd., Redon Systems Pvt. Ltd., Pune Polytronics, Apollo Micro Systems Ltd., L&T Defence, Bharat Forge Ltd., and Karman Drones Private Ltd. The discussions centered around identifying promising avenues to strengthen bilateral relations and establishing novel collaborative projects.
Earlier Daryo reported on the case of Alexander Babkov, a 53-year-old Uzbek national who served with the Wagner Private Military Company (PMC) in Ukraine. Before his engagement in the conflict, Babkov was employed as a driver in Uzbekistan.