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    Developing the telecommunications sector and upgrading the service.. at the table of Al-Moayad and h

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    Developing the telecommunications sector and upgrading the service.. at the table of Al-Moayad and h Empty Developing the telecommunications sector and upgrading the service.. at the table of Al-Moayad and h

    Post by Rocky Sat 11 Dec 2021, 6:04 am

    Developing the telecommunications sector and upgrading the service.. at the table of Al-Moayad and his Emirati counterpart

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    {Local: Al Furat News} The head of the Executive Authority of the Media and Communications Authority, Ali Al-Moayad, and his Emirati counterpart, Majed Sultan Al-Mismar, discussed the development of the telecommunications sector and the improvement of service in Iraq.
    A statement by the Communications Commission, which {Euphrates News} received a copy of, stated, “The two parties stressed the importance of developing the telecommunications sector, raising standards of service quality provided to the consumer, and paying attention to vital services that have become a consistent part with the lives of citizens on the one hand, and working to develop the performance of the private sector and provide the environment.” On the other hand, suitable for investment.
     This came during a meeting that brought them together as part of a tour that Al-Moayad conducted in the United Arab Emirates on the 8th of this December, which was launched by (the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority and the Digital Government) with the aim of improving the telecommunications sector, exchanging experiences between the two countries, exerting efforts and joint cooperation, and setting up mechanisms The necessary infrastructure for digital transformation to serve the growth of these important sectors and to provide the necessary means to provide the best services to the consumer.
     The meeting also included "detailed discussions on the advanced methods of frequency spectrum management, operators and broadcasters, and the regulatory mechanisms involved in allocating and regulating frequency spectrum."
    The head of the executive body said that "the telecommunications sector has a very important role, as the various sectors have become completely dependent on this service, in addition to the consumer, and perhaps the global epidemic crisis Covid-19 has proven the effectiveness of this sector, which managed most of the joints of life," praising. The great cooperation made by the UAE side in opening up to the Iraqi state institutions and sharing ideas, experiences and experiences with them.
    For his part, Al-Mismar welcomed Al-Moayad's visit, expressing his "happiness for the joint cooperation and exchange of information and ideas in the interest of the two countries, stressing that his meeting with Al-Moayad represents the first official visit outside the framework of the television circuits imposed by the Corona pandemic."
    In conclusion, the two sides stressed "the necessity of continuing joint work between the two sides to develop the telecommunications sector and other supportive sectors."
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