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MOSCOW, June 9. /TASS/. The Kremlin does not rule out that Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit the Army 2015 International Military-Technical Forum, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
"The president indeed has an invitation, and such a possibility is being considered," he said. "I do not rule out [that the president will visit the forum]," Peskov added.
The International Military-Technical Forum "Army-2015" organized by the Russian Defense Ministry together with the Russian Space Agency Roscosmos and the Rostec corporation will be held in Kubinka, not far from Moscow, between June 16 and 19. The forum will demonstrate the latest achievements in the field of military technologies. Innovative ideas in ensuring national security will be presented by state corporations, enterprises of the military-industrial complex, leading research institutions, universities, developers and manufacturers of armaments, military and special equipment as well as by foreign partners.