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YUZHMASH Denies Any Involvement In Development Of Rocket Technologies In North Korea

YUZHMASH Denies Any Involvement In Development Of Rocket Technologies In North Korea

Yuzhmash, Dnipro, development, North Korea, rocket technologies

The state enterprise Yuzhny Machine-Building Plant named after A.M. Makarov Production Association (YUZHMASH, Dnipro) denies any involvement in the development of rocket technologies in North Korea.

The state enterprise announced this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

The New York Times published opinion of some experts about possible involvement of the Ukrainian state enterprise in the development of rocket technologies in North Korea.

"1. The facts, which are stated in the publication, do not correspond to reality," reads the statement.

YUZHMASH notes it is not the main producer of missiles for the Russian Federation, and it does not supply missiles, their parts and assembly units, including rocket engines.

YUZHMASH has never before and does not have anything to do with the North Korean missile programs of a space or defense nature.

YUZHMASH has not produced missiles and missile complexes of military use in the years of Ukraine's independence.

"The only serial engine, which has supplied in recent years for export (RD-843 to Italy for the European carrier rocket "Vega"), has designed to launch and operate in the open space and by its characteristics (including the force of traction) is not suitable for use in ballistic missiles for military purpose," reads the statement.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov says Ukraine has not supplied weapons or military technologies to North Korea.

YUZHMASH is the largest enterprise in the country for production of rocket and space technology and has a full production cycle, including a number of factories and a design bureau.

YUZHMASH is subordinate to the State Space Agency.

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