3 February 2014

Angola: State Secretary for Telecommunication in Brazil to Support Sacs

The Angolan Secretary of State for Telecommunications, Aristides Safeca, is in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) since Saturday to provide institutional support for the Project of SACS "South Atlantic Cables System", Angop learnt in this city.

It is a project aimed to create a new submarine cable of optical fiber, which will boost the development of telecommunications in Africa.

With SACS, the Angola Cables company will enable the alternative connections of Africa with other countries and boost the development of telecommunications in the African continent.

The project, to unveil between the end of 2015 and beginning of 2016 the first system of transatlantic optical fiber of the south hemisphere that will connect the South America, is also supported by the Brazilian government in face of the existing good relations between Angola and Brazil.

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