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According to the order, the telecommunications spacecraft Eutelsat-9B (France), Inmarsat 5F2 (UK), Inmarsat 5F3 (UK), TurkSat-4B (Turkey) and Astra-2G (Luxembourg) will be launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan with the use of ground-based tracking stations of the Russian Defense Ministry by the Proton-M carrier rockets with the Briz-M upper stages.
The access of foreign experts to the cosmodrome facilities is allowed for the spacecraft - carrier rocket mating operation.
“The launch of the spacecraft with the use of Russian launch vehicles will promote further strengthening of the positions of Russia on the word market of space services,” the report says.