Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU)
Union des télécommunications des Caraïbes
Mar 1988, in the framework of D-XD4579 - Caribbean Community (CARICOM). Inaugurated 20 Jul 1990, Port-of-Spain (Trinidad-Tobago). Constitution amended in 2004 to accept non-governmental members.
Correlate, plan and assist in development of intra-regional, regional and international telecommunications; promote awareness of telecommunications needs among members; encourage exploitation of telecommunications potential in promoting socio-economic development among Member States; encourage exchange of information and ideas; foster coordination of technical standards and routing plans; encourage adoption of efficient methods; as far as possible, harmonize positions of members in preparation for conferences and meetings; encourage technology transfer; establish links with other telecommunications organizations.
Events2 past events available with paid subscription only.
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General Conference (annual). Executive Council (meeting twice a year). Secretariat; Technical Conference.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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