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Russia to present more than 5,000 samples of new armaments at Army-2015 forum

March 11, 2015, 14:34 UTC+3 MOSCOW

Russia’s famous aerobatic teams - Russian Knights, Swifts, Golden Eagles will also take part in the arms show, as well as Russia's cutting edge fighter, bombers, and combat helicopters

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MOSCOW, 11 March. /TASS/. Over 5,000 new armaments samples developed by Russia’s defense industry complex will be presented at the first international military-technical forum Army-2015, which will be held Moscow’s suburb Kubinka on June 16 - 19.

"The forum will feature weapons and military equipment of the Russian Armed Forces’ services and branches, drones, robotic systems, biotechnology, laser technology, radio-electronic technology, security of military facilities, medical care, new fuels, complex laboratories, training systems and simulations," Russian Defence Ministry’s press service told TASS on Wednesday.

The event will be attended by more than 1,000 industrial and scientific organisations of Russia, the Russian Defence Ministry has also sent invitations to foreign military attaches accredited in Russia.

Military equipment samples of the Russian Armed Forces’ branches and services will be displayed at outdoor areas. "The demonstration programme will include test range performance of aircraft equipment, tracked and wheeled armoured vehicles. This will allow the manufacturers to demonstrate their exhibits, and the visitors - to see them in action and fully assess their capabilities," the ministry said.

Russia’s famous aerobatic teams - Russian Knights, Swifts, Golden Eagles will also take part in the arms show. The Sukhoi Su-30SM and Su-35S, Su-34 frontline bombers, the Kamov Ka-52 Alligator and Mil Mi-28N Night Hunter combat helicopters, Mi-26T and ANSAT-U light helicopters will perform demonstration flights, Russian Air Force spokesman Colonel Igor Klimov told reporters.

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