The last from the ground reserve satellite 'Glonass-M' removed from storage and will be ready for launch in March next year, reports TASS.
A source in the rocket and space industry said this during a conversation with the agency's correspondents.
According to the interlocutor, in the future, the ground reserve will be formed from the Glonass-K navigation satellites.
Earlier it was also reported that the first two new-generation Glonass-K2 navigation satellites; may be launched into orbit in the second and third quarters of next year.
Recall that earlier British communications satellites OneWeb launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome were also launched into target orbits.