The Ministry of Communications' first comment on the world's worst Internet rankings
The Ministry of Communications issued a clarification on the classification of the Internet in Iraq the worst globally, while confirmed that they have large campaigns to eliminate the smuggling of Internet stalls.
The ministry said in a press statement on Tuesday that "some of the social networking sites on the worst-rated Internet service among other countries have been characterized by the lack of private infrastructure, many of which have been destroyed by terrorist groups in recent years, The smuggling of Internet capacity and the introduction of untrusted quantities of smuggling have led to the deterioration of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] citizen. "
"The use of old technologies such as Wi-Fi to provide [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] citizens is another reason for the weakness of the Internet, and is currently being addressed by the new ministry's direction to activate and introduce new technologies such as FTTH and LET, which has not been worked out seriously.
The ministry said it had "carried out large campaigns in cooperation with several bodies such as the Information and Communications Authority and the National Security Apparatus. These campaigns have eliminated many smuggling operations and confiscated many of the equipment, cables and cables used in these operations."
"It is seeking to achieve its own government program," she said. "It is striving to achieve a quantum leap in the field of communications and information technology in the coming days."
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