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MOSCOW, January 19 /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin will chair a meeting of the Russian Military-Industrial Commission on January 20, the Kremlin press service reported on Monday.
Putin and the commission members will consider preliminary results of implementation of the 2014 “State Defense Order” and the work of the Russian Foundation for Advanced Research. They will also discuss the development of the 2016-2025 state arms program.
The Russian president will visit the Central Scientific Research Institute of Precision Machine-Building to see an exhibition of the Foundation for Advanced Research.
The current Military-Industrial Commission was established by a presidential decree on September 10, 2014 after the disbandment of the previous Military-Industrial Commission that had operated under the Russian government.
The Commission is a permanently functioning body with vast responsibilities for supervising the distribution and implementation of the "State Defense Order."