The organisers highly valued the ideas put forward by the Intersputnik representatives and acknowledged their significant contribution to the event’s substantive agenda.  

Satellite technology plays a pivotal role as a critical success factor for humanitarian organisations when responding to emergencies in regions where communications and infrastructure are disrupted. In crisis situations, satellite technology often serves as the sole means of communication with the outside world, proving crucial for both humanitarian missions and affected populations.  

However, satellite radio frequency equipment and links used by humanitarian organisations as part of their telecommunications infrastructure have been susceptible to external disruptions. Intentional frequency interference targeting civilian satellite networks used for humanitarian purposes poses a significant challenge. The effectiveness of humanitarian organisations is vital for the lives of civilians, including vulnerable groups such as children and the elderly. It is therefore important to provide humanitarian organisations with the full range of tools developed by the satellite communications industry to protect networks. 

As an international organization dedicated to promoting the use of satellite communications technologies to advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Intersputnik is in a position to deploy satellite networks, including for humanitarian applications, across all regions of the world and in various geographical and climatic conditions. Supporting the efforts of global and regional humanitarian organisations is viewed by Intersputnik as one of the significant objectives of its operations.