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The Russian Government Backs InfoTelesys' Mir Around The World Plan

Despite the critically short time, the Russian Government has been working with InfoTelesys to integrate "InfoTelesys' Mir Around the World Project" into the new InfoTelesys Get IT Rostelesat-M next generation Internet project. InfoTelesys needs high capacity satellites.  One of the primary costs associated with satellites is the fuel cost getting into space.  Mir is already in space.  The InfoTelesys plan would convert each of the individual Mir modules into IT Sats™, high capacity data and communication centers in space.
But will InfoTelesys have time to raise the $100 million necessary to save Mir?

Mr. Gennadi Nikolayevich Seleznev,  Chairman Of the state Duma, Federal Assembly, Parliament of the Russian Federation, kindly wrote an official letter for InfoTelesys to the Norwegian government (included below) asking the Norwegian government to assist InfoTelesys with a short term loan.  InfoTelesys has approached President Bush asking his assistance, however, government bureaucracy is unlikely to bring any relief within the time available (InfoTelesys' Letters to President Bush).

InfoTelesys' has been planning to come to market anyway with our 2000X next generation Internet technology.  We decided to rush this site and our offer to market making our first Web Public Offering this Wednesday to raise the initial funds for Mir and our other exciting InfoTelesys projects.

 

Mr. Gennadi Nikolayevich Seleznev,  Chairman Of the state Duma, Federal Assembly, Parliament of the Russian Federation, on behalf of InfoTelesys viable plan to save Space Station Mir:

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