Arab Telecommunication Union (ATU)
Union arabe des télécommunications
Unión Arabe de Telecomunicaciones
9 Sep 1953. Commenced operations in 1957. Originally known as: Arab Union of Wireless Communications and Telecommunications. A specialized agency acting in the framework of D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS). Ceased to exist 1989.
Cooperate in the organization and improvement of telecommunications among member countries; develop, improve and expand means of communication in member states and facilitate their use to the greatest possible extent; work to reduce charges for the benefit of Arab users; promote cooperation among departments and encourage scientific and operational research; work to unify views and activities with those of the ITU, with a view to serving the joint interests of Arab countries; encourage the establishment, development and improvement of new organizations and networks of cable telecommunications in Arab countries by all possible means.
Events3 past events available with paid subscription only.
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Conference of Plenipotentiary Delegates (every 3 years); Executive Conference (annually in years in which Conference is not convened); Consultative Committee; Secretariat General.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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