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Armenian Ministry of Transport and International Telecommunication Union discussed promising areas of cooperation

ArmInfo. The Minister of  Transport, Communications and Information Technologies of Armenia  Vahan Martirosyan received the newly appointed head of the ITU CIS  Area Office Kirill Oparin.

As the press service of the Ministry of Transport informs, during the  meeting the directions and prospects of possible cooperation were  discussed. Activities for the regulation of digitization services and  OTT were highlighted. It was also noted that a similar event is  planned to be held in Armenia at the end of this year. 

Noting the importance of ITU's role in telecommunications, the  minister particularly stressed the fact that the organization was on  the whole side of political issues. In turn, Cyril Oparin assured  that he will continue to work on the same strategy. ITU headquarters  is located in Geneva. It is an international organization operating  within the framework of the United Nations, whose goal is to regulate  the activities of governments and private sectors in the field of  global telecommunications and services.

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