Iraq plans to launch multi-billion dollar projects to develop the telecommunications sector


 

Minister of Communications Hassan Kazem Al – Rashed
 money and business

Economy News Baghdad:

Minister of Communications Hassan Kazem Al-Rashed said on Wednesday that the Ministry of Communications is considering plans to implement mega projects to improve the telecommunications sector in billions of dollars in a few years, using the help of international companies solid.

Al-Rashed said in a press statement received by Al-Iktissad News, “The Ministry of Communications has an integrated program for the development of the telecommunications sector, which was adopted using the expertise of the ministry and the use of international consulting companies, including the development of the telecommunications sector and infrastructure, control of communications sites and control, Currently being negotiated “.

“The ministry has formed the Iraqi space agency in preparation for the launch of the new satellite, which will be used for various services, including television broadcasting and research and development of communication programs and the Internet.”

He pointed out that “the corridors of the Ministry is witnessing a tireless movement in order to start the implementation of these projects through the help of international companies solid, in addition to the efforts of the Ministry of excellence, which will put these projects to invest in front of the global companies.

“The implementation of these programs will make Iraq in the ranks of developed countries as well as the achievement of large financial revenues in a few years.”

Iraq plans to launch multi-billion dollar projects to develop the telecommunications sector

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