SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet service is looking to officially launch in Yemen, a country in the Middle East embroiled in a decade-long, ongoing civil war. The Starlink deal there is in its final stages, according to an unnamed senior Yemeni government official, Bloomberg reports.

Yemen’s Starlink licensing deal could take another month to complete, according to the report, but it’s unclear when exactly the country would gain official access to Starlink’s services. Yemen’s current internet access is ranked among the slowest in the world, according to Ookla SpeedTest data, beating only East Timor and Cuba in terms of median mobile internet download speed. Its average broadband speed is very slow as well, with a median download speed of 7.39 Mbps. It’s also a country where internet content is censored.