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Integrated development of the Arctic: restoration of the military airfield and air defense infrastructure

Back in April 2014, President Vladimir Putin instructed to strengthen the border in the Arctic, creating a unified system for the deployment of air forces, submarines of a new generation and surface ships.

And already from 1 October 2014 on the Wrangel Island and Cape Otto Schmidt, the units of the Okrug for the Protection of Russia's Air Borders began military duty.

As of April 2015, the second stage of the work on the development of the Arctic infrastructure of the air defense system is planned. In particular, at Cape Otto Schmidtabudet it is planned to restore a military airfield, reports the Eastern Military District.

By October of the year 2015 in the Arctic, the air defense infrastructure must be fully restored.

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