In his telegram, the President wished the exhibition’s participants fruitful work and success and noted that the event showcases “a broad range of the latest achievements in what is one of the fastest-growing high-technology sectors. On show at the exhibition are the latest navigation and communications systems, ultra-lightweight materials and components, and new design concepts”.
Mr Putin also noted in his message that, “the exhibition is distinguished by its extensive business programme. HeliRussia gives Russian and foreign specialists the chance to exchange experience, discuss further innovative development in the helicopter industry, and also look at promising joint projects”.
The exhibition, which is taking place in Moscow, has brought together more than 200 companies from 18 different countries – Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, the USA, the UK, France, Germany, Canada, Switzerland, Sweden, Italy, Spain, India, Finland, Poland, Columbia, the Czech Republic, and Lithuania.