Chavez: “The optical fiber communication will allow us to have sovereignty”
March 20, 2012
In communication with Cristina Kirchner by teleconference, the president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, referred to the agreement for fiber optic connection between his country and Argentina. “We’re getting the model of Bolivar, Peron and Nestor done,” he said.
“We are listening to Cristina, congratulations to you and to the Argentine people. We are very pleased with this contact. We are in the lounge Nestor Kirchner, meeting with the council of ministers. We know as the project of Digital Television in Argentina and I want to thank Minister De Vido and thank you for all the support you are giving to the installation of Digital Television, but I will not abuse the time, go sister, go Cristina [Fernández Kirchner]!” he said to pass the word to the President Argentina.
Asked about his health, Chavez said: “It’s a very disciplined progress, I’m good and ready to move forward as there are things missing. As I promised you, and the Venezuelan people, we will live and we will win. We are getting the model of Bolivar, Peron, Nestor.”
“I was watching the progress you have. We, you know, before the Bolivarian Revolution, communication was limited to the north of Venezuela. [Now] The optical fiber communication will allow us to have sovereignty, to have our onw content,” Chavez said and exemplified: “I was explained that when you go to the Internet, you go first to the US and then down south. “
“Another issue is of TVs. Here is one of the encoders that you produce there. We are signing the contract to import encoders from Argentina, are 600,000. Thank you for all you do for Venezuela, which is also your country,” he concluded.
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