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MOSCOW, June 2. /TASS/. Russian military vehicles that took part in the Victory Parade on May 9, have aroused interest outside Russia, Russian Presidential Aide for Military and Technical Cooperation Vladimir Kozhin told reporters.
"They have definitely expressed interest," he said, answering a question about the attention on the part of foreign countries to military vehicles that took part in the Victory Parade. The presidential aide noted that interest had been displayed by both Russia’s traditional partners in the military and technical cooperation and other countries.
Kozhin added that new vehicles would be delivered primarily to the Russian Armed Forces.