Go chairman Saied resigns

Monday 18 October 2021 | 13:16 CET | News
Maltese operator Go announced that Samir Saied has submitted his resignation from the post of chairman and director of the company with immediate effect after being appointed as Minister For Economy and Planification in Tunisia.

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