I'm going to have to guess on a couple things as the sentence structure has me a bit perplexed, but congrats on the tank build!
Reverse osmoze in our country tell me that without DI yes or no?
If you are going with RO water, DI or not, you will need to add fertilizers for the plants. I prefer regular tap water for the minerals. But you are using CO2, so RODI water will be a great solution as you will likely be dosing fertilizers anyway.
I have co2 from jbl with computer proflora2 603 with 2 kg bottle...now if need will go on 2stage regulator
Multi stage regulators help on smaller tanks. This tank is huge and you can probably get by with much less control as the volume of water will take a ton of CO2 to hit the recommended concentration.
also read that need rex grigs regulator - one or 2?
Depending on your filtration and what you can accomodate space wise. If you are using a sump, a single large reactor will probably work. With canisters, two would be nice. I'd start with the one and go with two if you need it later on.
i will buy ghl or apex for awc and ato also and want to put max equipement on automatic
Great idea! Timers and float valves is all those systems really boil down to. Automation is very popular in the salt water community. You can check out plenty of DIYs and how to videos on the internet.
Uv light yes or no ( here is also some discustion about that?)
I believe the answer is yes. You are replicating the sun. However, most UV lamps are for lizards (from what I have seen) so steer clear of those. They put out a lot of heat as well. However, there are plenty of good lights out there.
Bigest question is about lamps..i want LED but ( if not looking usa satelite or finlad ) every is very expensive...what can suggest me ? how many and what type?
I personally use Beamswork LED lights and have had great success with them. If you go with 4 of the 72" lights, possibly the pent 0.5w or the snake eye variant depending on the desired par, you'll get decent coverage. I used a single light across a 24" wide tank but it was suspended about 12". You'll likely want to place yours on the top of the tank to get better penetration. Therefore two rows will work out better. Your tank is also 145", which will accommodate two 72" lights quite well. The pent 0.5w works very well for me in my low tech tanks and I have no complaints. At $120~ USD, it will still run you almost $500 to light this tank.