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MOSCOW, April 5. /TASS/. Russia’s Defense Ministry will sign documents on military cooperation with Paraguay and Brunei at the 6th Moscow Conference on International Security, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin said on Wednesday.
"We are planning to sign two documents: a memorandum of military cooperation with Brunei and an agreement on military cooperation with Paraguay," the deputy defense minister said.
"The entire world is reaching out for us and this suggests that Russia’s defense policy is in demand," he added.
The 6th Moscow Conference on International Security will be held on April 26-27. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu is scheduled to hold 10 bilateral meetings with the heads of foreign defense ministries but a final list of contacts will have to be specified.
Russia’s Defense Ministry has also invited NATO authorities to the conference. It has become known that Colonel Antonio Sandri from the NATO Military Liaison Mission Moscow will represent the Alliance at the conference.
As the Russian deputy defense minister said, there will be no representatives of the Ukrainian military at the conference.