Iranian take up key posts in APT Preparatory Meeting for ITU Plenipotentiary Conference

In the 1st APT Preparatory Meeting for the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference which was held in South Korea, some Iran representatives have chosen for taking up important managing posts of this conference.

Dr. Mohammad Karam Pour, ICT Ministry deputy of Foreign Affairs and Technology with telling this good news to the Ministry’s Public Relation Center stated that: taking up international posts is one of our macro policies have been defined with the goal of developing level of cooperation in different sections and attention of international and regional foundations as appropriate atmospheres for multilateral coordination. Accordingly, from one aspect key organizational position in international and regional unions extracted and also necessary developments for identifying Iranian talents for taking up international posts performed, he added. He named APT Preparatory Meeting for the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference as on the policy making foundation and asserted: in current month, the 1st meeting and also the Conference of Telecommunication Development were held in South Korea. The Deputy of Foreign Affairs and Technology said that in this meeting, there were some discussions about the structure, instruction methods and the defined groups’ heads and as result, India has been chosen as the president and Iran and South Korea as the vice presidents of APT Preparatory Meetings. Also, as result of the efforts made and performed conferment, presiding 2 of the most important groups including Radio Communication Section (ITU-R) and Stable Constitution has been left to our country. He with pointing the developments made in APT Preparatory Meeting for WTDC (World Telecommunication Development Conference), emphasized that: Preparatory Meetings have been divided into 3 working groups which Iran has been chosen to being in charge of the 3rd one (Strategic Plan Working Group).


Apr 21, 2013 17:32


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