The federal state-run integral enterprise Ros-Oboron-Export has unveiled more than 50 different weapons systems and combat-hardware models at the sixth, IDET-2001, arms fair that opened in Brno (Czech Republic) today; that exhibition also offers security systems and specialized data-exchange networks. According to the Ros-Oboron-Export press center, Russian defense factories have attended four previous IDET exhibitions, highlighting the latest achievements of Russia's military-industrial sector. The Russian display offers mock-ups, boards, video films, posters and booklets. IDET exhibitions, which rank among the most impressive and prestigious Central European arms fairs, are organized once in every two years, offering artillery systems, small firearms, armored vehicles, ammunition, aircraft and helicopters, air-defense weaponry, security systems and specialized data-exchange networks. By the way, warplanes serving with the Czech air force perform stunt flights during each IDET exhibition. IDET-2001 will last until May 11.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban remains true to himself. He puts the interests of Hungary and its citizens above everything else. The rest of Europe will wait