On June 14, 2014 the Space and Air Defense Forces performed a successful launch of a Soyuz-2.1b rocket from the launch complex No. 43 of the Plesetsk space launch site. The launch took place at 21:17 MSK (21:17 UTC). The satellite that the rocket and its Fregat boost stage delivered into orbit is a Glonass-M navigation satellite.

The satellite received international designation 2014-032A and was registered by NORAD as object 40001. There was no official information about its Cosmos designation, but it appears that the satellites was designated Cosmos-2500. [UPDATE: Yes, it's Cosmos-2500. The Glonass number of the satellite is 755, it is deployed at point 21 of the third orbital plane.]

Previous Glonass-M launch took place in March 2014.