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Document :

ITU-D RPM ARB  Contribution  9

Title :

Arab countries' views on draft regional initiatives

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Jordan (Hashemite Kingdom of) , Algeria (People's Democratic Republic of) , Bahrain (Kingdom of) , Egypt (Arab Republic of) , Kuwait (State of) , Morocco (Kingdom of) , Oman (Sultanate of) , Qatar (State of) , Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of) , Tunisia , United Arab Emirates

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Abstract :

This document includes the views of the administrations of the Arab countries that participated in the meeting devoted to discussing the regional administrations as follows (Jordan - UAE - Bahrain - Tunisia - Algeria - Saudi Arabia - Oman - Qatar - Kuwait - Egypt - Morocco), which was held virtually on March 10, 2021 AD and representatives For the Technical Secretariat of the Council of Arab Ministers for Communications and Information, in addition to the participation of representatives of the Arab Regional Office of the International Telecommunication Union and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, and the Technical Secretariat of the Council of Arab Ministers of Communications and Information.
As this meeting resulted in consensus on defining the region's priorities, setting standards and principles for defining and selecting regional initiatives for the Arab region, and continuing to discuss defining regional priorities and formulating proposed regional initiatives. Where the participating administrations propose the initial draft of five regional initiatives and their objectives to be considered in the Arab regional meeting.

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