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MOSCOW, April 03. /ITAR-TASS/. A group of mobile forces and facilities for radio control will be employed in Crimea next week in accordance with a resolution adopted during a visit to Crimea by Chief of the Federal Service for Supervision of legislation in mass communications Alexander Zharov.
"The radio control force being established in Crimea is intended to exercise control over a spectrum of radio frequencies and radio-electronic facilities used for civilian purposes on the entire territory of Crimea," Zharov said. The group will employ five mobile radio control units all in all.
The mobile radio control force will operate on the territory of the Crimean Federal District until a branch department of the radio frequency control service is established in Crimea and permanently based radio control facilities are put into service.