Arab Satellite Communications Organization (ARABSAT)
Organisation arabe des communication par satellites
Organización Arabe de Comunicación por Satélites
1976-04-14 Riyadh Saudi Arabia
14 Apr 1976, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), by the 21 Member States of the Arab League, as a specialized agency acting in the framework of D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS). Also known as Arab Space Communications Organization (ASCO).
Develop, establish and operate a regional telecommunications satellite system; provide a wide range of space telecommunication services, such as digital and analogue direct-to-Home television broadcasting, Internet, regional and domestic TV program exchange, regional and domestic telephony, ARABSAT business services (ABS) and VSAT services among various parts of Arab world and countries within coverage of its satellites.
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