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ASTANA, June 5. /TASS/. More than 20 foreign delegations have visited the exposition of Russia’s state-owned arms industry company Almaz-Antey at the KADEX-2016 international weapons exhibition, the company’s representative Vyacheslav Szirkaln told reporters on Sunday.
"Generally speaking, the exhibition has met our expectations, we have received the result we hoped for," he said.
Almaz-Antey had successful talks with several companies from Kazakhstan. The Belarusian delegation led by the country’s Defense Minister Andrey Ravkov saw a presentation of the Tor-M2KM antiaircraft missile system. The low-range detection systems made at the Strela plant (a part of the Almaz-Antey Concern) attracted attention from military authorities of different countries, the concern’s representative said.
The KADEX international show in Astana, Kazakhstan, is working from June 2 through to June 5.