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ITU Regional Presence

ITU's policy on regional presence is designed to enable the Union to work as closely as possible with its members and to tailor ITU activities to meet the ever-increasing and diverse needs of the world's developing and least developed countries. This policy is enforced through BDT's network of eleven field offices. These include regional offices in Addis Ababa (for Africa), Brasilia (for Americas), Cairo (for the Arab States), Bangkok (for Asia and Pacific) and Moscow (Europe and CIS countries) and a number of area offices in each of these regions.

The field offices work in close synergy with the BDT team in the headquarters in Geneva and also assist the General Secretariat, the Radiocommunication Bureau and the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau in fulfilling their missions.

 

Contacts in Moscow (Regional Office) Contacts in Cairo (Regional Office) Contacts in Bangkok (Regional Office) Contacts in Jakarta (Area Office) Contacts in Geneva (Headquarters) Contacts in Tegucigalpa (Area Office) Contacts in Addis Ababa (Regional Office) Contacts in Harare (Area Office) Contacts in Brasilia (Regional Office) Contacts in Santiago (Area Office) Contacts in Yaounde (Area Office) Contacts in Dakar (Area Office) Contacts in Bridgetown (Area Office) Countries/Territories/authorities covered by the ITU Regional Office of Cairo Countries/Territories/authorities covered by the ITU Regional Office of Geneva Countries/Territories/authorities covered by the ITU Regional Office of Addis Ababa Countries/Territories/authorities covered by the ITU Regional Office of Bangkok Countries/Territories/authorities covered by the ITU Regional Office of Brasilia

 

 

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Updated : 2011-06-10