MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Russian peacekeepers ensured security in remote villages of Nagorno-Karabakh by installing modern solar power supply systems on antenna-mast structures of cellular communications (communication towers).
During the work, the employees of telecommunication networks will install solar panels during the week to accumulate electricity and uninterrupted round-the-clock supply to cell towers located near the contact line in the areas of the Janatyag settlement, Mardakert region.
“Our task today is to ensure the safety of installing equipment on the tower to provide stable cellular communications and the Internet for residents of nearby settlements in the Mardakert region,” said Alexander Zaitsev, a spokesman for the Russian peacekeeping contingent.
After the installation of new modern solar panels at the base communication station, residents of remote settlements of the Mardakert region will be provided with stable Internet and cellular communications.
“The purpose of our trip is to provide the residents of this area with cellular communications and the Internet. As a result, communications will be provided to the nearby territory and a production plant in the amount of about 2 thousand people, ”said Alek Harutyunyan, a representative of the“ Karabakh Telecom ”company.
The servicemen of the Russian peacekeeping continent continue to carry out the tasks of monitoring the ceasefire and ensuring the safety of the restoration work of the infrastructure of settlements near the line of demarcation of the sides in Nagorno-Karabakh.
In accordance with the agreements specified in the joint statement of the President of the Russian Federation, the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia, from 00:00 Moscow time on November 10 this year. a complete ceasefire and all hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh have been declared.
A peacekeeping contingent of the Russian Federation has been deployed to control the ceasefire and military operations in Nagorno-Karabakh.
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