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The readiness of technological blocks of the launch complex of the Vostochny cosmodrome approached 100%

During the working visit of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Rogozin to the Vostochny cosmodrome, Deputy Director of the Spetsstroy of Russia Alexander Mordovets and the head of the Federal Space Agency Igor Komarov inspected the construction of infrastructure facilities in Vostochny.

Alexander Mordovets, while inspecting the facilities under construction of the ground support and space infrastructure of the cosmodrome, said that at the moment the main efforts of Spetsstroy of Russia are focused on the launch complex, which is necessary to prepare for the launch in December 2015 of the Soyuz-2 carrier rocket. As previously reported in EastRussia, at the moment, the main power structure of the launch pad has already been completed, the concreting of the floor of the 1st floor of block "B" has been completed, and the scaffolding that supported the structure has been removed. Thus, at one of the most important structures of the cosmodrome - the launch complex - the readiness of the main technological blocks is almost 100%.

In general, for 2014 year the overall building readiness of the spaceport facilities increased from 38% to 80%.

Igor Komarov, after the inspection of the cosmodrome, said: "The leadership of Roskosmos will promptly resolve all emerging issues and contribute to the construction of the cosmodrome on time".

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