DUBAI: CITRA officials attend the Radio-communications Association (RA)conference in Dubai.
DUBAI: CITRA officials attend the Radio-communications Association (RA)conference in Dubai.
CITRA officials attend Dubai WRC conference

DUBAI: The Kuwait Communications and Information Technology Regulatory Authority (CITRA) announced on Monday its participation in the ITU World Radiocommunication Conference 2023 (WRC-23) in Dubai as part of its ongoing efforts to strengthen and develop the communications sector in order to enhance international cooperation and exchange knowledge and experiences.

The authority said in a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the conference is responsible for organizing studies for the radiocommunication sector at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Dubai, as the meeting seeks to raise the efficiency of the sector by discussing and adopting recommendations, committees and preparatory work for global telecommunications conferences.

It confirmed Kuwait’s nomination as Vice-Chairman of the Budget Control Committee, which is one of the main committees of the Radiocommunication Society represented by Latifa Al-Muhanna from the Frequency Spectrum Department of the Authority.

The Authority stated that the nomination of the Director of the Frequency Spectrum Department, Tariq Al-Saif, was also approved to continue as Vice-Chairman of the Third Study Committee in the Wave Propagation Committee in the Assembly.

The World Radiocommunication Conference is responsible for organizing radio-communication studies and developing transportation and communications programs. It is held every three or four years and may coincide with radio-communication conferences. — KUNA

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