The press-service of the Russian Ministry of Defence in the face of Kirill Kiselyov said that new models of military equipment would be displayed during the Victory Day parade on Red Square in Moscow.
Thus, on May 9, one will be able to take a look at state-of-the-art anti-aircraft missile complexes Tor-M2U and anti-missile systems Chrysanthemum-C.
Tor-M2U has already been put into service in a number of military units. The system can destroy cruise missiles, air reconnaissance and electronic warfare equipment.
Chrysanthemum-C is capable of striking modern tanks of any level, as well as low-tonnage ships, hovercraft and low-flying air targets.
About 11,000 troops will take part in the Victory Parade in Moscow on May 9th, including about a hundred pieces of military equipment. Military vehicles, such as Tiger, BTR-82A, T-90A tanks, self-propelled howitzers MSTA-S, anti-aircraft missile systems Buk-M2, anti-aircraft missile and gun complexes Panzer-C1, antiaircraft missile systems S-400, as well as Topol-M will roll on the cobblestones of Red Square on May 9th at 10:00 a.m.
"The tests of the missile with characteristics prohibited under the Treaty took place only 16 days after Washington completed the denunciation of the said Treaty. It is obvious that it was not improvisation," Putin said