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The head of Transbaikalia promised to establish telephone communications for remote villages

The head of Transbaikalia promised to establish telephone communications for remote villages
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The head of the Trans-Baikal Territory, Alexander Osipov, said that the regional government has found a way to solve the problem of providing telephone communications to remote settlements in the region. “Amendments are being prepared to the federal law on communications, which will provide for the mandatory telephone installation of all settlements in which more than a hundred people live,” said Alexander Osipov, noting that the program should be implemented within the next two years. He also added that the authorities already have a technical solution to this problem.

Telephone communications to residents of remote settlements will be provided through the sharing of several types of technologies - providing access to the Internet via a satellite communication channel, Wi-Fi access points and Wi-Fi-Calling systems from the MTS mobile operator. This scheme has already been tested by residents of the village of Tasyrkhoi of the Borzinsky district affected by the April fires. “There is an instruction to the relevant regional ministry in the near future to draw up a schedule for the installation of a new system in settlements,” the head of Transbaikalia emphasized.

Earlier it was reported that the Trans-Baikal government, in preparation for the heating season, will provide 11 autonomous diesel power plants for remote settlements that are not connected to the central energy supply system.