The Moscow regional government has approved a programme to set up a Russian centre for the testing, marketing and demonstration of prototypes of weapons, military equipment and technologies in Krasnoarmeisk, outside Moscow. According to town mayor Vitaly Pashentsev, the centre will cover an area of 160 square kilometres. It will feature ground types of armaments, namely the latest examples of armour, and also of rocket and non-rocket artillery. Pashentsev expressed confidence that the centre will get an international status some time.
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