Suspension of GPS stations won't cause inconvenience for Russian users - Rogozin

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said the suspension of GPS stations' work in Russian territory will not impact the quality of the signal received by Russian users.

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said the suspension of GPS stations' work in Russian territory will not impact the quality of the signal received by Russian users.

"The suspension of the GPS stations' work from June 1 will not affect the quality of the signal received by Russia users," Rogozin wrote on Twitter.

Rogozin earlier told the press that Russia would suspend the work of American GPS stations' work from June 1 if no agreement is reached to set up GLONASS ground stations in U.S. territory.

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