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Wed, 03 Jan 2018 15:27 - Updated Wed, 03 Jan 2018 15:26

Russia credits Angola space potential

Luanda - The Russian ambassador to Angola Vladimir Tararov said in Luanda that all elements of Angosat-1 are working as planned, placing Angola in the "club" of the space powers of the international community.

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Functioning of Angosat-1 is normal

In response to the orbiting of the Angolan satellite, the ambassador of the Russian Federation to Angola highlights the benefits that Angolans will have with Angosat-1.

The overwhelming majority of Angolans will have access to satellite-based advanced technologies for digital television, superior tele-picture quality, and internet service delivery to distance education and telemedicine technologies "- says the diplomat in his statement to which ANGOP had access to.

For the diplomat, all this will contribute to increase the information flow that will foster the development of the country, consubstantiated in the acceleration of industry growth, banking services, as well as favor the educational process and raise the potential of Angola's defense.

In his forecast, Angola will become a supplier of television content, both for the domestic market and neighboring countries, and will be able to adhere to world-class information products.

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