"Our ministry has agreed on this project with the government of Chechnya", Sharonov told the joint press conference of the economic development and cultural ministries on the conclusion of the cooperation and interaction agreement within the framework of the federal target program Electronic Russia.
Such centers will open in the Chechen populated places, which presently have no access to Internet.
Citizens will get free access to the law, educational and cultural resources, Sharonov specified.
They are being set up in public places, such as schools and libraries, Sharonov added.
The two ministries plan interaction in opening and digitizing archives to make them accessible in electronic form. "Archives should serve the public", Sharonov said. "This is why we will open archives for all users without doing harm to state secrets or security".
Last year such centers opened in Kalmykia, Buryatia and Daghestan, which before then had no public access to the world web.