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Station to improve satellite communications will appear in the Arctic regions of Chukotka. The transition to 4G according to the national project “Digital economy” is in the Bilibino municipal district of the Chukotka and almost finished in the Northern city of Russia — Pevek and in the district capital, Anadyr, said the Governor of Chukotka Roman Kopin. His words are given on the website of the portal “the Future of Russia. National projects”.
According to him, in total, in Chukotka will be installed 12 new base stations. Currently, the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug is the only region of Russia that is not connected to the high speed Internet via fiber-optic lines, so the residents use satellite Internet.
Russia plans to implement 13 national projects: “Health”, “Education”, “Demography”, “Culture”, “Safe and quality roads”, “Housing and the urban environment”, “Ecology”, “Science”, “Small and medium entrepreneurship and support entrepreneurial initiative,” “labor Productivity and employment support, international cooperation and exports”, “Complex plan of modernization and expansion of trunk infrastructure”. By decree of President Vladimir Putin, deadlines extended from 2024 to 2030.
For their implementation it is planned to spend about 26 trillion rubles.
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