MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Construction works were commissioned by the Russian Defense Ministry and will start this year, according to the statement.
"The builders are to construct a checkpoint, a fire depot, electrical substations, local waste treatment facilities, engineering networks and video surveillance systems, develop on-site roads and equip a helicopter landing pad. Construction and installation works on the site should be completed by November, 2017," Spetsstroy said in a press statement.
Russia’s Main Space Intelligence Center, a component of the Aerospace Forces, is continuing to receive new radars, optical electronics and advanced means of technical surveillance, according to its chief. Its main objective is tracking foreign spacecraft and space systems.