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Bochkaryov confirmed that the first Armata will be will be produced by the end of the year, and on May 9 the new tanks will take part in the Victory Day parade in Moscow. According to Bochkaryov, 24 machines on Armata platforms will be shown – 12 tanks and 12 heavy combat vehicles.
It is suggested that the tank will have a remote control gun and the crew will be placed in an isolated crew cell.
The Uralvagonzavod reacted to the accusations saying it will work on lowering the price.