ICT Vice-Minister, Azeri Communication Deputy Minister Discuss Technical Issues

ICT Vice-Minister, Azeri Communication Deputy Minister Discuss Technical Issues
ICT Vice-Minister in International Affairs discussed developing relations with the Azeri Deputy Minister of Communication and New Technologies.

 According to the Public Relation center of the Ministry of Communication and Information Technologies, Mr. Eng. Mohtashami, the ICT Vice-Minister in International Affairs has met with the Deputy Minister of Communication and New Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan in regard to expansion of relations and drafting of a cooperation document between the two countries.

In this meeting, Mr. Mohtashami referred to the level of political and economic relations between Iran and Azerbaijan, expressing that: “Such a volume of relations and level of cooperation is considered a strategic one for both nations.”

Also, in regard to inter-organizational cooperation between two communication ministries, he stated: “Relations in this sector is also constantly progressing in correspondence to development of political and economic relations.”

The parties discussed topics of mutual interest such as lowering international communication tariffs between the two countries, broad-band transit, lowering Roaming costs, cooperation in post services, removing frequency interference, and collaboration in specialized international bodies and conferences.

The Azeri Deputy Minister continued the meeting by expressing his satisfaction over present interactions in this sector, stating that: “Organizing work-groups in Post and Frequency sector, and holding regular sessions in this regards have a high priority for us.”

The imminent visit of the Iranian President to Azerbaijan Republic which will take place next week includes participation in the tripartite conference session and signing documents regarding cyberspace security sector in presence of all three presidents.


Aug 30, 2016 14:58

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