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MOSCOW, December 09. /ITAR-TASS/. President Vladimir Putin will review the results of military reform in Russia and army activities in 2013 at an expanded meeting of the Defence Ministry Board on December 10, the presidential press service said on Monday, December 9.
The commanders of armed services and branches, heads of central military control bodies, and commanders of military districts, fleets, and formations will attend the meeting.
Also invited are senior officials from the presidential administration, the federal government, the parliament and some other federal agencies, representatives of veterans’ and public organisations.
Putin will present awards to a group of military servicemen.