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MOSCOW, October 6. /TASS/. Participants in the military-technical conference will discuss on Thursday the issues of improving armaments, military and special equipment, with account of experience of the Russian air group in Syria. The conference will be held at the National Center for Defense Management, the Defense Ministry said.
Among participants in the conference will be the leadership of the Defense Ministry, of all kinds of forces, of military educational and scientific research institutions, military authorities, as well as representatives of ministries and companies of the industrial-military complex.
They will consider the wide range of issues that deal with use of weapons, military and special equipment by the Russian air group in Syria, as well as trials of new units and the work of the military-industrial complex.
The participants in the conference will develop recommendations and proposals on increasing the quality and reliability of weapons and military equipment, cooperation between the Armed Forces and the military-industrial complex when carrying out special operations, the Defense Ministry concluded.