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LAAD-2017 Russian stand in Rio de Janeiro is very popular

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LAAD-2017 Russian stand in Rio de Janeiro is very popular


06.04.2017

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Russian stand at LAAD-2017 Aerospace Exhibition hosted in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, appeared to be very popular. According to the Russian delegation head Anatoly Punchuk, visitors are literally queuing to meet Russian weapon manufacturers. The detailed schedule of meetings has been drawn up for all days ahead, according to RIA Novosti. He has explained that meetings with representatives of Latin America and Africa are planned.

Currently, it is too early to sum up the results of the exhibition, but everything demonstrates a firm disposition to a very good sound dialogue, Anatoly Punchuk added. He has specified that the situation of this year cannot be even compared to the environment of two years ago.

The exhibition does not suppose signature of agreements, but this aerospace exhibition serves a perfect foundation for future collaboration perspectives.

Besides, many Latin American countries show great interest in light weapons manufactured in Russia.

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