Lithuania has provided Ukraine with transmitters to restore broadcasting in the regions with the most damaged infrastructure
The Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre (AB Lietuvos radijo ir televizijos centras) provided the state-owned operator – the Broadcasting, Radio Communications & Television Concern (BRT Concern) – with 10 FM radio transmitters and 9 digital TV transmitters to resume broadcasting of Ukrainian broadcasters. “The humanitarian aid equipment has already arrived in Ukraine and will be installed in the nearest future”, – the BRT Concern reports.
The equipment will be installed at TV and radio stations in the regions with the most damaged telecommunications infrastructure.
FM transmitters will be used to reconstruct and develop the network of the National Public Television and Radio Company of Ukraine in Mykolaiiv, Odesa, Poltava, Rivne, Sumy, Chernihiv, Dnipropetrovsk and Kharkiv Regions over the next two weeks.
Restoration of the telecommunications infrastructure will provide Ukrainian citizens with broadcasting of domestic TV and radio broadcasters, which they lost due to the destruction caused by the enemy army. The National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine joins the words of gratitude that the BRT Concern Technical Director Serhii Semerei addresses to the Lithuanian friends.
The National Council has also added the Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre to the Thanksgiving List.