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The Ministry of Communications denied on Friday that some media outlets were accusing one of its contracting companies of being involved in the smuggling of Internet capacity in Kirkuk or through the port of Al-Mundhiriya to Symphony-Atlantic.
"It is keen on the strategy of joint work and commitment to the terms of contract with those companies in which some of them try to raise problems and rhythm between the ministry and Internet companies," a ministry statement said.
The Ministry of Communications confirmed that the Ministry of Communications will announce to the media and public opinion the names of entities and companies involved in the smuggling of capacity when completing the procedures and proving the implication of those involved, and will take all the legal and administrative procedures at the time. The Ministry of Communications calls on all media to be accurate in transmitting the news and information from its main sources, .
"The ministry has taken a number of important steps and decisions to control smuggling attempts, improve the quality of the Internet and reduce the price of capacity [by a quarter], and intends to open the fields to all large and small companies to enter the Internet capacity within the cover of the Ministry of Communications."
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