Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus will continue creating a single navigation space, Russian presidential administration head Sergei Ivanov said on Wednesday.
"Creating a single navigation space of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus is among our priorities. Relevant agreements, written agreements, have already been reached," Ivanov said at the international forum on satellite navigation, which opened in Moscow on Wednesday.
"It is planned to integrate the national navigation system and increase the quality and reliability of services in the framework of implementing this initiative," Ivanov said.
Russia intends to enhance international cooperation in the satellite navigation sector, he said.
"Among other things we will support the involvement of Russian experts in the work of international structures, which form demands and recommendations for ensuring the compatibility of Russia\'s [GLONASS system] with other navigation systems," Ivanov said.
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