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Paris - Angola will use French observation satellites under an agreement recently signed by the Governments of the two countries, according to Angolan Foreign Affairs minister Manuel Augusto.
Luanda - The Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Information is preparing a project aimed at aggregating nutritional value through the use of some fruits, with a view to improving the nutritional intake of the citizens, with particular emphasis on children.
Luanda - A delegation of the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation is attending since Sunday the 5th High Level Industry-Science-Government Dialogue Atlantic Interactions in Lagos, Nigeria.
Luanda - Angola and the Russian Federation signed a protocol on Monday in Luanda to complement the Angosat-1 manufacturing contract, which is based on the construction of a new geostationary satellite for the country by 2020.
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, has announced officially the construction of a new Angolan satellite, whose completion is set for within one year and half.
Luanda - Angola Cables will take part in African Peering Forum, one of the largest telecommunications events on the African continent, between 22 and 24 this month in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire.
Luanda - The Angolan people will enjoy better quality communications at low costs, with the launch of the first Angolan satellite "Angosat".
Luanda - The launch of the first Angolan satellite (Angosat) will boost the telecommunications sector in the country, said the Executive Director of Infrasat, Diogo de Carvalho.