IPv6 provides enough addresses to allow the Internet to continue to expand and the industry to innovate. It is not, however, directly compatible with IPv4, meaning that a device connected via IPv4 cannot communicate directly with a device connected using IPv6.
Do you speak Russian? We have a summary document that explains how to get IPv4, IPv6 and ASNS from the RIPE NCC in Russian: Getting Resources (Russian).
We allocate and assign IPv6 address space in our according to policies developed by the RIPE community through the RIPE Policy Development Process (PDP):