United Nation’s registration of Tunisia’s first satellite

United Nation’s registration of Tunisia’s first satellite

United Nation’s registration of Tunisia’s first satellite

Mohamed Frikha, Telnet’s CEO, announced the UN’s introduction of a satellite and space register, as well as the registration of Tunisia’s first satellite, “Challenge One,” which was launched into orbit on March 22, 2021.

«Tunisia is officially part of the Technology of Space »

Thanks to the efforts of our country’s elite, Tunisia is now formally integrated into the fields of technology and space.

This first step paves the way for plenty of future achievements and is bound to strengthen international ties.

The registration of a Tunisian achievement is beneficial not just to the economy but also to the technological field. Hence, Frikha congratulates Tunisia and its people on “this international recognition in the field of space technology”.
According to him, this is considered a historical achievement that happened thanks to the knowledge, work, and support of all the group. 

In addition to that, Frikha highlights the importance of this innovative event as it represents national pride and prepares the ground for the upcoming generations. 

Shine bright like a diamond Dear Country, you have never failed to make us proud!

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