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Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Development of telecommunications is a priority for Armenia


Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan welcomed Mr. Hamadun Toure, Secretary-General of the International Union of Telecommunications.

Greeting the guest, the Prime Minister said this first visit of Mr. Toure may promote closer ties of bilateral cooperation.

Down to the meeting agenda, the parties discussed a broad range of issues concerning the development of information technologies and telecommunications in general. Noting that the sphere of telecommunications is a priority for Armenia, the head of government emphasized the need for our country to get technical assistance and consulting from the International Union of Telecommunications.

Thanking the Prime Minister for reception, Hamadun Toure advised that an arrangement has reached with the Armenian Minister of Transport and Communication over expanding cooperation in 3 key areas: capacity building, line management and transition to digital broadcasting.

Tigran Sargsyan briefed the guest on the current status of telecommunications in the Republic of Armenia by pointing out that much has to be done yet in terms of ensuring higher rates of high-speed internet accessibility across the country.
 

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