ÚÑÈí  24 Jan 2020

  • Media Center
  • News
  • News

    1. News
    2. Features
    3. MCIT in Press

    Egypt Partakes in ITU GSR-19

    Date published: 3 July 2019

    Egypt, represented by the National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (NTRA), is participating in the 19th Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR-19) organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) on July 9-12, in Port Vila, Vanuatu, in collaboration with the Government of Vanuatu.

    The theme for GSR-19 will be: “Inclusive Connectivity: The Future of Regulation”. Discussions will focus on digital strategies and policies; infrastructure regulation; innovative investment and financing mechanisms, trust and confidence in a data driven economy; the need for spectrum; preparing for 5G and the changing consumer role.

    GSR-19 provides a unique platform for ICT regulators and stakeholders to collaborate, share experiences and knowledge, and identify means to bring affordable, safe, secure and trusted connectivity and online access and use to people everywhere.

    As part of the symposium, a number of thematic events and workshops will be held, including the Heads of Regulators Executive Roundtable, the Regional Regulatory Associations Meeting, and the Private Sector Chief Regulatory Officers (CRO) Meeting on July 9.

    Since 2000, the Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR) brings together heads of national telecom/ICT regulatory authorities from around the world and has earned a reputation as the global annual venue for regulators to share their views and experiences on the most pressing regulatory issues they have identified. GSR also fosters a dynamic global industry regulators dialogue, between regulators, policy makers, industry leaders and other key ICT stakeholders.

    Press Services
    Related News

    Media Contact

    For media-related inquiries, please contact our media relations representative.

    Affiliate Organizations Related Institutions
    Contact Us  |  Feedback  | Site Map  |  DisclaimerPrivacy Statement  |  MCIT RSS Copyright Ministry of Communications and Information Technology 1999-2020. All rights reserved