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US, UAE Sign Technological Security Agreement at Annual Military Dialogue

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The United States and the United Arab Emirates have vowed to boost cooperation on technology security under the Cooperative Technology Security Program Execution Plan.

The program mandates the U.S. Defense Technology Security Administration’s International Cooperation Directorate to guide other nations’ defense and security sectors in safeguarding critical local and U.S.-origin military technologies.

DTSA Director Michael Laychak and Maj. Gen. Mubarak Saeed Al Jabri, UAE assistant undersecretary for support and defense industries, formalized the CTSP Execution Plan with a signing ceremony at the annual U.S.-UAE Joint Military Dialogue held at the Pentagon on Monday and Tuesday.

During the two-day U.S.-UAE dialogue, the two countries also reiterated their adherence to strong bilateral defense ties, with recognition extended to the Emirates as a key ally in handling regional challenges.

Lt. Gen. Eisa Al Mazrouie, UAE Armed Forces chief of staff, led the Emirates’ delegation, while Amanda Dory, acting U.S. undersecretary of defense for policy, headed the American JMD representatives.

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