The meeting which will be held at the National Defence Control Centre will review the Russian Armed Forces’ performance in 2022 and set objectives for 2023.
The expanded meeting of the Defence Ministry Board will be attended by commanders of military districts, arms and services, heads of central military administration bodies and representatives of federal executive authorities.
About 15,000 officials of the Russian Armed Forces will join the meeting via videoconference.
Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu will deliver a keynote report. He will report on the progress of the special military operation, the number of weapons and amount of military equipment delivered to the troops in the outgoing year, the construction of military infrastructure, the results of the Ministry’s international activities and the social protection of military personnel.