TEHRAN, July 7 (MNA) – Iran is ready to transfer its expertise in telecommunications to member states of the Asia Pacific Telecommunity (APT), an official from the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology said on Monday.

“Iran has a long and illustrious history of telecommunications activities and we are ready to share these experiences with APT member states,” the ministry’s director for training, research and international affairs, Kamal Mohammadipour, told the 28th APT Study Group Meeting in Tehran.

 

“The Islamic Republic of Iran’s policy is based on the establishment of economic and scientific ties with other countries, especially those located in the Asia-Pacific region,” he added.

 

The APT is a unique organization of governments, telecom service providers, manufactures of communication equipment, research and development organizations and other stake holders active in the field of communication and information technology. APT serves as the focal organization for communication and information technology in the Asia-Pacific region.

 

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