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The new weaponry includes “multi-role fighters, attack, transport and combat helicopters, Novorossiysk submarine, a corvette, radars, communications means, automotive and armoured vehicles,” he said.
“Russia’s Ministry of Industry and Trade jointly with the Defense Ministry and other federal authorities continue work to eliminate dependence of the Russian defense industry on imported materials,” the minister said.
“With these measures we shall be able to replace in time Ukrainian parts and military products from NATO and the EU countries. Thus, we shall be able to continue supplying modern weaponry to the Armed Forces."