Russia will spend R10 million (€145,427) on the establishment of a DVB-T2 network in Crimea, the territory it annexed from Ukraine earlier this year.

Quoting the website of public procurement in Russia, TV-Digest reports that the Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network (RTRS) has announced a tender for the Crimean Federal District and city of Sevastopol.

It adds that according to the tender documentation, the network will have to give access to the services offered by Russia’s first and second national DTT multiplexes.