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Gilat Closes Sakha Deal

JERUSALEM — Gilat Satellite Networks said Wednesday that it would provide a broadband satellite network in Russia.

The company was selected by the Sakha republic Finance Ministry to provide a full turnkey SkyEdge II broadband satellite network to serve new locations in Sakha, Gilat said in a statement.

The contract was the second the company won this month in Russia. On July 13, Gilat said it was selected by Synterra to provide equipment for a broadband network.

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