Source Pravda.Ru

Russia to take part in traditional aerospace show AERO INDIA 2003

Russia has officially announced its participation in the fourth annual aerospace show "AERO INDIA 2003". The exposition will be held in Bangalore, the capital of the Southern state of Karnatakha, at the Yelahanka airbase of the Indian Air Forces on February 5th-9th, 2003.

According to the press release by the exposition's organisers, apart from Russia, the largest companies from another 12 countries have confirmed their participation. They are the USA, Great Britain, Israel, France, Italy, the Czech Republic, Ukraine, the South-African Republic, Belgium, Poland and the Netherlands.

An international seminar "Development and Strategy of Aerospace Technologies" will be held on the sidelines of the show.

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