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Russian Defence Ministry showcases latest military technology


Russia’s Ministry of Defence released footage showcasing its latest military equipment and weapons. The weapons were first announced during Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Annual Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly on 1 March.

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