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Minister of Communications reveals his decision not to disconnect the Internet "under any circumstances"

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Minister of Communications reveals his decision not to disconnect the Internet "under any circumstances"

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Nov 26, 2018 10:04 pm

Minister of Communications reveals his decision not to disconnect the Internet "under any circumstances"

Monday 26 November

BAGHDAD ( Reuters) -
Communications Minister Naeem al-Rubaie told US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Seelman on Monday that he had issued a decision not to cut off Internet service "under any circumstances," while Sailiman invited Rubaie to attend a conference at the US embassy with a delegation representing the Chamber of Commerce Next month.

The Ministry of Communications in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it, "The Minister of Communications Naeem Thajil pleased Al-Rubaie received on Monday, US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman, and discussed during the meeting relations and the importance of joint cooperation between the two countries and ways to develop them in the areas of communications and information services "He said.

Al-Rubaie pointed out, according to the statement, "the priorities of the Ministry's work in the next phase, including the provision of an electronic environment and contribute to encourage international companies in general and the US in particular to enter the Iraqi market, whether investment or other business, where this environment depends on key factors in joint activities To provide services to the private sector and to ensure an easy environment for the work of foreign companies in addition to the provision and launch of electronic signature services with local and global key, with the need to provide network packets required from the private sector.

Al-Rubaie added that "there are investment projects under implementation and future ones, including the establishment of a satellite to provide communication and information services and television transport and the creation of international access gates to the Internet, in addition to the development of postal activity and the establishment of a national data center to create security protection and storage of government data."

He explained that the second phase of the national project is concerned with the "development of FTTH networks with a capacity of four million subscribers covering all governorates of Iraq and the postal transport project in partnership with the private sector for the transfer of mail with the latest information technology and a secure and reliable data exchange mechanism, .

For his part, Séleyman "invited the Minister of Communications to attend and participate in the conference to be held at the US Embassy with a delegation representing the American Chamber of Commerce next month," noting that "there is a desire and interest from the American side to invest in Baghdad."

"We hope that your ministry will exceed the measures taken in the past to cut Internet service during the exams and crises because they cause negative effects, loss of business or companies operating or some of the routine procedures that hinder the work of these companies."

The Minister of Communications pointed out that "issuing a decision at the beginning of his work in the ministry includes not disconnecting the Internet under any circumstances." He went on to say that "the Ministry of Education and other ministries to protect their rights and not to impose the burden on the Ministry of Communications."


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