August 11, 2014 14:15
Russia planning to take part in naval exhibition in France - agency
ZHUKOVSKY, Moscow region. Aug 11 (Interfax-AVN) - Russia is not refusing to take part at the Euronaval naval exhibition in France, Deputy Director of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation Konstantin Biryulin told reporters on Monday.
"We are not refusing participation in the exhibition, in Euronaval," he said.
The extent of Russia's participation at the show has yet to be decided, he said. "It is our internal question. I think it will be a worthy participation," he said.
"We will display our whole shipbuilding industry, all our capabilities," Biryulin said.
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