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ZHUKOVSKY, August 25. /TASS/. Russia hopes for further development of cooperation in the field of aviation with foreign partners, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday.
"We are talking about the development of cooperation and hope that it will continue to develop further," Putin told Russia’s foreign partners near the Boeing stand at the MAKS-2015 International Air Show.
"But we would very much like to build serious relations, partnership relations, the way it has been until now so that such things that are not clear do not appear there," the Russian leader added.
Boeing specialists briefed Putin on various projects, including the opening of the scientific and technical center in Skolkovo scheduled for the end of the year, training programs for engineers and school children and informal partnership projects.
Putin also examined other stands, in particular those of Airbus Group, Safran, Finmeccanica Group and the Tactical Missiles Corporation.