The exhibition will be run by the Nizhniy Tagil Metal Testing Institute, Ural Business Consulting reports.
The four-day exhibition invites participants to look at the newest achievements in the Russian defense industry, as well as the most advanced samples of military vehicles from around the world.
Four hundred companies from 50 different countries will display their products at the event.
Participants will be able to discuss global trends and the development prospects of the world’s ammunition market, including the sustaining of peace and security and issues related to the difficulties of controlling export of arms in terms of international law.
RAE 2013 is expected to provide a full range of priorities, achievements and potential for both Russian and world defense enterprises, Ural Business Consulting reports.
The purpose of the exposition is to promote Russia’s military vehicles, ammunition and arms on both domestic and international markets. It also has a goal of building foreign partners and demonstrating the latest achievements in Russian and foreign arms manufacturing. The event also promotes networking among producers and customers of military goods from across the globe.