AND UKROBORONPROM JOINT CONFERENCE LVIV SECURITY FORUM 16.07.2021 - 17.07.2021 EFFECTIVE INDUSTRY FOR DEFENCE CAPABILITY REGISTRATION FOR PARTICIPANTS REGISTRATION FOR MEDIA

The general context of the forum

solutions for strengthening resilience in times of immense challenges

The war that Russia started against Ukraine in 2014 revealed immediately the shortage of modern high-performance weapons, equipment and machinery. Both public defense industry companies and private producers accepted the challenge of offering new effective solutions for the military.

However, the effective model of the state defense industry has not been formed so far. Such a model has to meet the numerous ​​challenges of the contemporary world. Despite its primary task of deterring threats, the defense industry is crucial for securing the trade routes. Moreover, it has to be cost-efficient, technological and competitive in the international market. After all, today the defense industry is an important  tool for building international alliances, contributing a lot to interoperability of the armed forces of the states.

This forum is an attempt to start the first public discussion on the challenges and capabilities of Ukraine’s defense industry. It will contribute to finding adequate solutions for the Ukrainian defense industry of the future.

EFFECTIVE INDUSTRY
FOR DEFENSE CAPABILITY

Location

Odesa, Ukraine

Sady Peremohy concert hall

Time

16-17 July 2021

SECURITY FORUM 2021 SCHEDULE

finding the right solutions together

Day 1, July 16, 2021

08:30 – 09:00 – Registration. Welcome coffee
09:00 – 09:30 – Opening speeches

President of Ukraine /Prime Minister of Ukraine / CEO of Ukroboronprom / Sponsors of the conference

10:00 – 11:15 – Lessons learned from war for Ukraine and the region

How has the war changed in the recent decades? The experience of military operations in Karabakh, Syria, Libya, the latest Russian-Ukrainian war – the main trends in armaments and methods of warfare. What does the experience of war mean for defense capabilities.

Moderator: Oksana Syroid, Vice President of KSE

Speakers (TBC):
1. Gen. Lt. Ruslan Khomchak, Chief of the General Staff of Ukraine tbc
2. Glen Grant, Economy of Trust Business Directory – Ukraine (UK)
3. Dr. Phillip Karber, the President of the Potomac Foundation (USA)
4. Professor Dr Julian Lindley-French, Chairman at The Alphen Group
(UK). tbc

11:30 – 12:00 – Coffee Break
12:00 – 13:30 – What and how to manufacture under conditions of current threats?

How should Ukraine’s defense industry respond to existing global threats and changing war strategies? Priority directions of development of the defense industry of Ukraine.

Moderator: Bruno Lete, Senior Fellow of German Marshall Fund ( Brussels)

Speakers :
1. Donald Winter, Senior Adviser of the United States Department of Defence on the Military Industry of Ukraine (USA) tbc
2. Taras Chmut, Founder of the Ukrainian military portal (Ukraine)
3. Ruslan Jalilov, Chairman of the Board of the Ukrainian Association of Weapons Manufacturers of Ukraine (Ukraine)
4. Valentyn Badrak, Director of the Center for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies (Ukraine);

13:30 – 14:30 – Lunch Break
14:45 -15:15 – Development of Ukrainian anti-missile systems

Journalist: (TBD)
Public interview with Oleg Korostelev, General Director – General Designer of the State Enterprise “KKB”.

15:15- 16:15 – Development of Ukrainian precise missile systems

Moderator: Oksana Syroid, Vice President of KSE
Speakers:
1. Dmitry Kalinichenko, Acting Deputy Chief Designer and Head of the Design Bureau for System Design of Missiles and Missile Complexes of Pivdenne Design Bureau
2. Artem Vyunnik, Director of Athlon Avia;
3. Yuriy Pashchenko, General Director of ISKRA Scientific & Industrial Complex SE;
4. Stanislav Zavyalov, Director of Radionics LLC;
5. Victor Kevlyuk, Project Management Director of Swarmly Ltd, a military expert of the Center for Defense Strategies, colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine ( ret. );

16:15 - 17:15 – How will the Ukrainian tank of the 21 century look likes

Moderator: Bruno Lete, Senior Fellow of German Marshall Fund ( Brussels) Speakers (TBC):
1. Yakiv Mormylo, Director of Kharkiv Morozov Machine-Building Design Bureau SE;
2. Mykola Salamakha, lieutenant colonel of the reserve of the Armed Forces, expert;
3. Serhiy Sobko, Colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

17:15 - 18:00 – Dinner. Networking

Day 2, July 17, 2021

08:30 – 09:00 – Registration. Welcome coffee
9:00 - 10:00 – Ukrainian UAVs in air, water and land operations

Moderator: Oksana Syroid, Vice President of KSE Speakers (TBC):
1. Representative of State Company Luch
2. Representative of SE "Antonov"
3. Oleksiy Skrypnyk, Co-founder of ELEKS, Member of Parliament in 2014-2019;

10:00 – 11:00 – Future aircraft construction and aircraft MRO in Ukraine

Moderator: Bruno Lete, Senior Fellow of German Marshall Fund ( Brussels)

Speakers (TBC):
1. Representative of the Armed Forces of Ukraine;
2. Jan Sliwka, Lieutenant General, First Deputy Commander of the Polish Armed Forces;
3. Representative of the State Enterprise “Antonov”
4. Dmytro Matrunchyk, Director of the Lviv State Aircraft Repair Plant;
5. Marakulin Volodymyr, Director of LRZ Motor;

11:00 – 11:30 – Coffee Break
11:30 - 12:45 – Best practices of corporate governance of enterprises of the defense-industrial complex

Moderator: Oksana Syroid, Vice-president of the Kyiv School of Economics
Speakers :
1. Mr. Arda Mevlütoğu, independent security expert ( Turkey);
2. Oleh Vysotsky, founder of the NGO “Praktika”( tbc);
3. Lt. Gen. Teodor Incicas, Chief of the General Directorate for Armaments of the Romanian Ministry of National Defence (tbc);
4. Denis Jatsyshyn, Corporate Relation Director at U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC)

12:45 - 14:00 – Lunch Break
14:00 - 15:15 – Changes needed for investment attraction in defense industry of Ukraine

How to attract investment in the defense industry of Ukraine? What changes need to be made to create an effective public-private partnership?

Moderator: Olena Tregub, Executive Director of NAKO;

Presentation: Prespectives of the delevopment of the defence industry

Speaker: Tymofiy Mylovanov, President of KSE, Head of the Managing Board of the state concern Ukroboronprom;

Speakers (TBC):
1. Roman Bondar, First Deputy Director General of Ukroboronprom;
2. Oleksandr Zavitnevych, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on
National Security, Defense and Intelligence;
3. Alexander Vinnikov, Head of NATO Delegation to Ukraine;

15:30 – Closing remarks

Public discussion

Dinner-Buffet

Public discussion

Organizers

working to make a change together

Partners

creating a long-term impact together

Speakers

 bringing top industry experts to speak

Oksana Syroyid

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Oksana Syroyid, Vice-President of Kyiv School of Economics, Co-chair of Lviv security forum

 Oksana Syroyid is a Ukrainian politician, constitutional lawyer, lecturer, defence and security expert.  Since 2021 she holds the position of the vice-president of Kyiv School of Economics in charge of  the Public Policy and Governance Program of KSE.

She was the Member of Parliament of Ukraine of the 8th convocation and the Vice Speaker of the Parliament of Ukraine in 2014-2019. As an MP, Oksana Syroid actively worked on reform of the defence and security sector. She contributed a draft law on the Temporary Occupied by Russian Federation Territory of Ukraine, as well as worked on draft laws on judicial reform, reform of police and prosecution, decentralization and reform of the decision-making process in the Cabinet of Ministers. She also actively participated in the work of the Constitutional Commission established in March 2015.

Prior to her parliamentary and political work she was a Director of All- Ukrainian Charitable Foundation Ukrainian Legal Foundation based in Kyiv, Ukraine.

In 2004-2012 she was the National Project Manager and the Head of Rule of Law Unit (Administrative Law, Administrative Justice and Legal Education Issues) of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in Ukraine.

Oksana Syroyid holds Master degree in Law from Universities of Ottawa and Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University and Bachelor’s degree in Political sciences at National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.

Serhii Sobko

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Serhii Sobko, the Colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Serhii Sobko is a gradute of the Odessa Land Forces Institute, the Command and General Staff Institute and the Institute of State Military Administration of the National Defense University of Ukraine, the Command and General Staff College of the US Armed Forces, Fort Levenworth. In the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine he served in the following positions: grenade launchers platoon commander, deputy chief of S-3 of the headquarters of the National Contingent in Kosovo, mechanized platoon commander, mechanized company commander, deputy commander of a mechanized battalion,  mechanized battalion commander, deputy commander of 30th mechanized brigade, 128th mountain assault brigade commander

Valentyn Badrak

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Valentyn Badrak, Director of the Center for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies(CACDS)

Ukrainian writer, publicist. Expert in the field of media influence and defense-industrial complex. Author of a number of books and publications in the field of motivation of human activity, personal security development, as well as state security. Since 2006 – author and co-author of a number of scientific, reference books and studies on security and defense of the state. Among the books on this topic are “Technosila”, “Ukraine’s defense industry – the locomotive of the national economy”, “Features of reforming the Armed Forces and the defense industry of Central and Eastern Europe. Lessons for Ukraine”, “Kremlin Information Front” and others. Numerical publications (over 200) became the basis for professional discussions in the field modernization of the army and defense industry. In May 2019, together with partners Serhiy Zgurts and Oleksiy Gridin became a co-founder of the Ukrainian Institute for Security Studies. He graduated from the Ryazan Airborne School, Kyiv State Linguistic University, was a student of the School of Management. J. Kennedy of Harvard University.

Taras Chmut

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Taras Chmut, co-founder of the Ukrainian military portal, Chairman of the Return Alive  Charitable Foundation

Head of the analytical department at the Return Alive Charitable Foundation. Chairman of the Board of the Ukrainian Military Center, which informs about the country’s resistance to Russian military aggression and promotes the idea of ​​defense capability. He served in the Marines for 2.5 years, was commander of the intelligence platoon of the 137th Battalion. He studied at a training center in Lithuania, an instructor. He participated in international training courses, exercises “Sea Breeze-2016”. He graduated from the Institute of Air Navigation of the National Aviation University with a degree in aerobatic navigation equipment, qualified as a researcher in the field of avionics, research engineer.

Dmytro Matrunchyk

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Director of the State enterprise “Lviv state aircraft repair plant”

1995 – 2004. Military service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

2004 – 2011. Head of the shop of the state enterprise of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine Lutsk repair plant “Motor”

2011 – 2016. Deputy Production Manager of the Lutsk repair plant «Motor» SE

2016 – 2018. Production Manager of the Lutsk repair plant «Motor» SE

10.2018 – incl. Director of the “Lviv State Aircraft Repair Plant” SE

Yuriy Pachshenko

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Director of State Enterprise “Scientific and Production Complex “Iskra”

  • Yuriy Pashchenko worked at manufacturing sites and held senior positions in private and state-owned enterprises in the areas of production development, creation, development, modernization and repair of weapons and military hardware.
  • In 2009-2014 he worked as Technical Director, Deputy General Director for Development and Marketing at the Production Association Yuzhny Machine-Building Plant named after A.M. Makarov.
  • In 2014 — 2016 he worked as Deputy General Director for Production at the SE Ukroboronprom.
  • From 2017 to present, Yuriy Pashchenko has been working as the director at State Enterprise “Scientific and Production Complex “Iskra”.
  • Yuriy Pashchenko is honoured with the state award – the 3rd degree Order of Merit, the St. Nicholas the Wonderworker Order of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine, and industry awards – the honorary breastplate «For Merits to the Armed Forces of Ukraine», the medal of O.M. Makarov for personal contribution to the rocket-space industry, the award of Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense of Ukraine – the medal «For assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine», the honorary award of SC «Ukroboronprom» for significant contribution to the development of the defense industry of Ukraine.

Iakov Mormylo

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Iakov Mormylo – Laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine for work in Science and Technology (2015), PhD in the field of Military Science, National Security, State Border Security (2020). He began his career as a Design Engineer at SE “KMDB” after graduating from the National Technical University “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute” in 1997. Being a highly qualified specialist and a talented organizer with the necessary competences, he successively held positions of Head of Sector, Head of Department, Chief Designer and in 2015 became Director of the SE “KMDB”. Under his leadership, BTR-4E and family of vehicles on its base were created and put to production, and in July 2020 the Dozor-B was accepted for service. At present, in order to improve the technical characteristics of the equipment that was previously supplied to the Ukrainian Armed Forces, work is underway to remotorize it. Iakov Mormylo has many certificates of honor and awards for his many years of dedicated work, high professionalism, significant personal contribution to the creation of domestic armored vehicles. At this difficult time for us, the team under the leadership of Iakov Mormylo works as usual, performing complex tasks to strengthen the defense capability of Ukraine.

Denys Jatsyshyn

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Denys Jatsyshyn, Corporate Relations Director at U.S. – Ukraine Business Council (USUBC)

He is the USUBC’s primary interface regarding the development and maintenance of membership relationships, strategy, Government Relations, PR, and business development. Mr. Jatsyshyn joined USUBC in 2019 after 7-plus years in the corporate sector. From 2017-2019 he was the Head of Partner Development at EMEA and APAC at Bpmonline Inc., in this role, he was responsible for the partner business development as well as GR. From 2012-2017 he worked in different business areas, which include – energy, agriculture export, military, IT, media, and government sector. In 2014 he was a liaison officer at the European Parliament (Brussels). Mr. Jatsyshyn holds a Master’s Degree in Institute of International Relations Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and a Bachelor Degree in Law.

Tymofiy Milovanov

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Tymofiy Milovanov, President of the Kyiv School of Economics, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Ukroboronprom

He has taught at European and American universities for a long time, including the Friedrich Wilhelm Rhine University in Bonn, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pittsburgh. On July 7, 2016, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine elected Tymofiy Milovanov to the Board of the National Bank of Ukraine, and from October 2016 to August 2019, he held the position of Deputy Chairman of the Board. From August 2019 to March 2020, Tymofiy Milovanov held the position of Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture. In 2021, he joined the Supervisory Board of Ukroboronprom and became its chairman.

Tymofiy Milovanov graduated from Kyiv Polytechnic Institute (Management) in 1997 and Kyiv-Mohyla Academy with a degree in Economic Theory in 1999. In 2004, he received a PhD in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA).

During the Revolution of Dignity, together with еру leading economists of Ukraine and the world, he founded the VoxUkraine platform, which aims to increase the level of economic debate in Ukraine.

Victor Kevlyuk

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Victor Kevlyuk, Project Management Director of Swarmly Ltd, a military expert of the Center for Defense Strategies, colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine ( ret.)

Graduated from the Institute of State Military Administration of the National University of Defense of Ukraine in 2014, the International Institute of Management in 2019, completed course training at the University of Defense of the United Kingdom Cranfield, internship at the Ministries of Defense of Great Britain and Poland.

Viktor Kevlyuk has over 35 years of military service experience in command and staff positions, in particular in artillery units, local military authorities, and mobilization units of the General HQ of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He headed the organizational and mobilization department of the HQ operative command “West”, was the  chief of the center of planning and coordination of fire support and the center of civil-military cooperation of the Joint Operative HQ of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

He took part in the Russian war in the East of Ukraine as HQ Chief – First Deputy of Commander of the Operative- Tactical Group “North”.

One of the founders of the military reserve service of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the developer of its legislative and regulatory framework. The developer of the formation of more than ten military units, including the famous 10 mountain brigade, 53 mechanized brigade, 59 infantry brigade.

After being retired from the Armed Forces  took part in research on the defense procurements and territorial defense system conducted by the Center for Defense Strategies.

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Glen Grant

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Glen Grant, Operations Director, World Trade Centre Kyiv  ( UK)

Prior to his current position Lt Col (Retd) Glen Grant, formerly British Army, worked as a defence and reform expert in Ukraine for the Ukrainian Institute for the Future. He is also a Senior Fellow in the UK Institute for Statecraft on their Building Integrity Initiative countering Russian influence. Glen graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and the Joint Staff Defence College at the Royal Naval College Greenwich. During his 37 year military career Glen commanded the UK Military Prison and an Artillery battery of 8 tracked guns. He worked on the operational and policy staffs in MOD UK, various army headquarters and Combined Air Operations Centre 5. He was Defence Attaché in Finland, Estonia and Latvia.

His key work in the last twenty years has been delivering reform and change for defence and security organisations in Europe. He has worked in the defence ministries or armed forces of fifteen European countries including Ukraine, Bulgaria and Poland. In January 2018 Glen published a groundbreaking paper on Reform of the Ukraine Military in the Kiev Post.

He has a Masters degree in the Leadership of Innovation and Change from York St John University in the UK.

Mykola Salamakha

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Mykola Salamakha, project manager for the development and production of armored vehicles simulators of the Research and Production Enterprise “Energy 2000”

He served in the Soviet Army of Ukraine in positions from tank platoon commander to deputy chief of staff of the training tank regiment-chief of the training department and in the Armed Forces of Ukraine in staff, rear and command positions from September 1992 to December 2005 inclusive. The last position is the battalion commander of the educational process, the military rank – lieutenant colonel of the reserve.

After his retirement, he cooperated with the Ukrinmash State Foreign Trade Company, worked at the Lviv Armored Plant State Enterprise, the Malyshev Kharkiv Transport Engineering Plant State Enterprise, the Scientific Center branch of the Techvoenservice State Concern, and the Ukroboronservice State Enterprise.

He graduated from the Kharkiv Guards Higher Military Tank Command School with a degree in Tactical Command Tank Troops, an engineer in the operation of wheeled and tracked vehicles in 1983.

Jan Śliwka

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Lieutenant General Jan ŚLIWKA, Deputy Commander of the General Command of the Polish Armed Forces

Lieutenant General Jan ŚLIWKA was born on 28 July 1961 in KRAŠNIK. He graduated from the Air Force Academy in Dęblin in 1985, as a supersonic fighter pilot. Initially he served as a pilot of a flight squadron at the 10th Fighter Regiment. During his service he advanced through various position including a Squadron Navigator, and Squadron Commander. Subsequently, after two years of studies at the National Defense Academy, he assumed a position of the Deputy Commander of the Regiment.

In 2000 he successfully accomplished one year studies at the Air Command and Staff College, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, USA. Upon graduation he was assigned as the Deputy Commander of the 2″d Tactical Air Force Brigade. In September 2001, he was appointed as the Commander of the 2’^ Tactical Air Force Brigade. In October 2003, after accomplishing Operational Strategic Postgraduate Studies at the National Defense Academy, he was selected for a position of the Chief of Training, at the 3^ Air Defense Corps.

In October 2005, The President of the Republic of Poland promoted him to the rank of brigadier general and appointed him as the Chief of Staff – Deputy Commander of the 3’^ Air Defense Corps. In June 2006 Brigadier General Jan ŠLIWKA assumed a position of a Deputy Commander of the Coalition Air Operation Center, Finderup, Denmark.

On 16 June 2010 Minister of National Defense selected him for a position of the Commander of the Air Operation Center, which he assumed on 1 October 2010. Accordingly, in 2011 he was promoted to the rank of major general. On 1 January 2014 he was assigned as the Inspector of the Air Force at the General Command of the Polish Armed Forces. In 26 January 2016 he assumed the post of the Deputy Commander, General Command of the Polish Armed Forces. In January 2017 he became the 1″ Deputy of the General Commander of the Polish Armed Forces. In March 2020, The President of the Republic of Poland promoted him to the rank of lieutenant general.

Roman Bondar

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First Deputy General Director of State Concern “Ukroboronprom”

  • Roman Bondar is an expert in leadership development and building effective organizations.
  • For over 15 years he has dealt with search and sourcing senior executive managers, as well as with performing organizational restructurings of major Ukrainian and international companies.
  • Roman Bondar is a member and co-founder of UCGA – Ukrainian Corporate Governance Academy and Digital Transformation Institute – organizations designed to develop and promote corporate governance and digital transformation.
  • In the past he was a managing partner of the «Odgers Berndtson Ukraine».
  • Roman Bondar was appointed a Deputy Director General for Transformation by the Order of the Director General of the SC «Ukroboronprom» dated September 19, 2019, appointed First Deputy General Director.

Yuriy Husyev

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Director General of Ukroboronprom SC

  • Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine in 2014-2016: on this office he initiated and implemented radical reforms, headed the Reform Council of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, one of the authors of the «volunteer landing».
  • From July 2019, he headed the Kherson Regional State Administration, successfully implemented several «pilot projects» in various fields.
  • He began his political career in 1999. During this period, he gained business experience, worked in international and Ukrainian financial institutions.
  • He passed education programs at Harvard Kennedy School and the Aspen Institute Kyiv. He is graduated as PhD in Economics, Visiting Professor at the Nueva Granada Military University in Colombia.
  • Co-author of the «Book of Reforms», which describes the processes of transformation in Ukraine after the Revolution of Dignity 2013-2014.
  • Appointed General Director of the State Concern «Ukroboronprom» on December 3, 2020, by the Presidential Decree №532/2020.

Phillip A. Karber

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Dr. Phillip A. Karber,President of the Potomac Foundation

He was named to his current position in 2012, having been a Senior Fellow since the Foundation’s inception in 1988.

Dr. Karber is an internationally recognized authority on defense and national security matters; an accomplished business executive; and a university professor. He has prepared studies and recommendations on defense strategy for the highest levels of the U.S. government; advised many NATO governments on defense issues; headed BDM Corporation’s International Division; served as JFK International Air Terminal’s Chairman of the Board; and teaches courses in national security and military affairs at Georgetown University.

A former Marine, Dr. Karber earned his B.A. in political science from Pepperdine College, his Ph.D. in international law from Georgetown University, and certificates from Harvard’s JFK School of Government, the Wharton Business School, and the Harvard Business School.

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Arda Mevlütoğlu

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Arda Mevlütoğlu, military industry expert ( Turkey)

 Arda Mevlutoglu has an undergraduate degree in Astronautical Engineering from Istanbul Technical University and master’s degree in Science and Technology Policy Studies from Middle East Technical University. He is currently continuing his graduate studies at the International Relations department of Middle East Technical University

Between 2004 and 2015, he had worked as a systems engineer, technology consultant and senior consultant in several firms in the defense sector in Turkey, assuming responsibilities in large number of modeling, simulation and training and aerospace projects. Since 2015 he has been working as the Vice president of defense programs of an international trading and consultancy company.

Mevlutoglu’s academic research is focused on aerospace and defense technologies, defense policies and armament programs. His works have been published as book chapters, reports, journal articles and monographs. He is a frequent commentator in international and Turkish media, and he is also giving seminars and conferences on defense technology, armament and regional balance of power issues regularly.

Yuriy Husyev

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Director General of Ukroboronprom SC

  • Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine in 2014-2016: on this office he initiated and implemented radical reforms, headed the Reform Council of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, one of the authors of the «volunteer landing».
  • From July 2019, he headed the Kherson Regional State Administration, successfully implemented several «pilot projects» in various fields.
  • He began his political career in 1999. During this period, he gained business experience, worked in international and Ukrainian financial institutions.
  • He passed education programs at Harvard Kennedy School and the Aspen Institute Kyiv. He is graduated as PhD in Economics, Visiting Professor at the Nueva Granada Military University in Colombia.
  • Co-author of the «Book of Reforms», which describes the processes of transformation in Ukraine after the Revolution of Dignity 2013-2014.
  • Appointed General Director of the State Concern «Ukroboronprom» on December 3, 2020, by the Presidential Decree №532/2020.

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