PRESS RELEASE

14-17 July 2010, the International Defense and Protection Exhibition (Defense and protection – 2010) will be held in the Nizhnetagilsky State Exhibition Centre of arms and military hardware of the Federal State Enterprise Nizhnetagilsky Institute of Metal Testing (Nizhny Tagil, Sverdlovsk Oblast).

The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation is the Organizer of the Exhibition.

The Exhibition features military engineering vehicles; arms, hardware, and gear of law enforcement bodies, technical security systems, access control and protection of property of individuals and legal entities; equipment and gear of rescue services, integrated and local systems of emergencies monitoring and forecasting, integrated security systems; fire protection equipment; equipment, tools and accessories of civil defense formations; antiterrorist activity aids; communication facilities, protection of information and radio-electronic protection devices; scrapping of arms and military materiel; aids and equipment of rear and supplies of armed forces.

Total area of the Exhibition Centre is 390,000 sq. m.

The purpose of the exhibition is to demonstrate achievements of enterprises in developing new products and technologies, render assistance to enterprises in expanding a market of distribution of products, technologies, and research outputs, and promote products on a foreign market through demonstration of their performance.

More than 80 Russian organizations will display 420 military purpose products, including 120 full-scale versions.

The Exhibition will offer an opportunity to demonstrate fighting, and operational capabilities of military, engineering, and automobile vehicles, and equipment used by the Emergencies Ministry of Russia.

The Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation expresses hopes that the International Exhibition Defense and Protection - 2010 will enable to strengthen cooperation and business relationships between Russia and foreign partners.

Date of publication: 18.01.2011


 


 

 


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