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ARABSAT directors to meet in Turkey this week

Posted 31 December 2017 · Add Comment

Arab Satellite Communications Organization (ARABSAT) will be holding its 160th Board of Directors meetings in Istanbul, Turkey, on 3rd – 4th ـ January 2018, under the chairmanship of Dr. Nasser Al-Hujailan, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information in Saudi Arabia.


Khalid Balkhyour president & CEO of Arabsat said, "This meeting will discuss the results of 2017 as well as the estimated budget for the coming year 2018,".
He also added, "Arabsat is preparing now to launch two new satellites in 2018 to complete its 6th generation satellites project, which consists of four satellites".
 

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