Roscosmos showed the landing site of the first Russian mission to the moon
Roscosmos notes that the station "will have to make a soft landing in the vicinity of the South Pole of the Moon to study the lunar regolith and exosphere."
Also on the presented image you can see the landing sites of Soviet missions — "Luna-9", "Luna-13", "Luna-16", "Luna-17", "Luna-20", "Luna-21", "Luna-23" and "Luna-24".
In July, Roscosmos announced that the Luna-25 automatic interplanetary station had been delivered to the Vostochny Cosmodrome.
In June, TASS, with reference to the tour operator RocketTrip, said that the launch of Luna-25 is scheduled for August 11.