The announcement came during a meeting of the Inter-governmental Russian-Myanmar Commission for trade and economic cooperation in Nay Pyi Taw.
Ahead of the meeting, representatives of GS Group and the Ministry of Communications of Myanmar had announced plans for the implementation of the satellite-broadcasting project from the GS Group in the Republic together with a local partner.
“The GS Group competencies include implementing foreign broadcasting projects and their successful support based on positive experiences. We are ready to launch the broadcasting project in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar within a short time, which will be the first publicly available satellite TV in the country,” said Denis Budilov, deputy director of foreign broadcasting projects, GS Group.
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