The Federal Antimonopoly service saw signs of discrimination access to infrastructure of space communications. FGUP “Space communication” has so far refrained from comments.
MOSCOW, 8 Feb. The largest Russian state satellite operator of FGUP “Space communication” has not yet received documents from the Federal Antimonopoly service (FAS) with the test results, informed the head of Department on public relations of the enterprise Denis Sukhorukov.
On Monday, the press service of the FAS reported that the Department will prosecute according to the results of the audit of FSUE “Space communications”, during which they showed signs of repeated violations of laws on protection of competition, the contract system and state and municipal enterprises in the activities of FSUE “Space communications” and the activities of its parent bodies. Consideration of possible objections of the company on the inspection report, for each of the violations, the FAS will prosecute.
“We have not received any documents from the test results, therefore, from comments while abstain,” — said Sukhorukov.
FGUP “Space communication” — the Russian state satellite operator whose spacecraft provide global coverage. The company, which has 13 geostationary satellites, one of the ten largest satellite operators in the world in terms of the orbital-frequency resource. Service area spacecraft GPKS cover all territory of Russia, CIS countries, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North and South America, Australia. RSCC provides telecommunications services and broadcasting clients from 52 countries of the world.