Vileyka (Belarusian: Віле́йка [vʲiˈlʲɛjka], also Вялейка; Russian: Вилейка; Lithuanian: Vileika; Polish: Wilejka) is a town in Belarus and the administrative center of the Vileyka Raion in the Minsk Region. It is located on the River Viliya, 100 km northwest of Minsk. The first documentary record dates from 16 November 1460. Time zone: II (GMT +2 hours). Population of Vileyka district in 2009: 55 thousand people (Vileyka 28.5 thousand). International phone code: +375 1771 xxxxx. Postal index: 222410. The 43rd Russian Navy's long-haul communications center is located near Vileyka (54°27′50″N 26°46′40″E). It provides VLF communication between Russian Navy's headquarters and atomic submarines in the Atlantic, Indian and parts of the Pacific Ocean.