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Broadband Internet access will receive more than 30 thousand residents of the Khabarovsk Territory

As part of a public-private partnership, Rostelecom will implement a large-scale project this year to provide broadband Internet access to residents of remote settlements in eight districts of the Khabarovsk Territory. The total investment will be about RUB 70 million. The development of communication services was discussed today in the government of the Khabarovsk Territory.

“One of the significant events will be the arrival of the fiber-optic line to the Polina Osipenko area. This will allow residents of remote villages to use high-speed broadband Internet. It is necessary to stretch about 80 km of optics along the poles of power lines, another part of the line will be laid in the ground. This is a large-scale social project. At present, communication in the region is carried out via satellite: it is expensive and slow, ”noted the Minister of Information Technologies and Communications of the Region Pavel Uvarov.

“By the end of this year, it is planned to lay over 280 km of optical communication lines in the Khabarovsk Territory. Residents of another 20 settlements will receive access to high-speed Internet, and along with it to government services in electronic form, ”said Evgeny Torgashin, director of the Khabarovsk branch of Rostelecom.

Today in the region four districts do not have connection to the main fiber-optic communication lines. The arrival of high-speed Internet to remote settlements will contribute to the development of a network of multifunctional centers for obtaining state municipal services in electronic form in the province.

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