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January 11th, 2021
Egypt’s President Wants Tiba-1 Satellite to Revolutionize Communications and IT Sector in Egypt

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi met yesterday with Dr Amr Talat, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dr Mohamed Afifi Al-Qusi, CEO of the Egyptian Space Agency, Major General Abdel Hamid Mustafa, Director of the National Communications Services Company, and General A. H Tariq Al-Zahir, Director of Signal Administration, and General Mohamed Al-Bashari, Assistant Director of Signal Administration. Read More at AfricaNews