Rosoboronexport, Russia's state arms corporation, will feature unique innovation projects at the international forum, "21st Century High Technologies," which is opening at the Moscow Exhibition Centre on Monday.
The press-service of Rosoboronexport reports that Russian developers and producers of military, dual-purpose and civil products develop the broadest range of projects in various fields: from ecology, medicine and machine-building to the fuel and energy complex, information technologies and educational systems.
The products of Rosoboronexport tell about the corporation's participation in the implementation of Russia's innovation policy, the promotion of innovation products on the world markets and the attraction of investments to the Russian defence and industrial complex.
"The successful promotion of Russian innovation projects on the world markets will enable Russia to maintain and build up the scientific and technical and production potential of its defence and industrial complex in individual industrial segments. It will also help establish mutually advantageous co-operation with other states, including in the interests of creating modern and promising arms and combat hardware," Rosoboronexport said.
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