Frequency spectrum regulation between Azerbaijan, Armenia considered at ITU level

Frequency spectrum regulation between Azerbaijan, Armenia considered at ITU level
# 13 March 2019 10:12 (UTC +04:00)

The regulation of the frequency spectrum between Azerbaijan and Armenia is being considered at the level of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Head of the ITU Regional Office for CIS Kirill Oparin told ONA.

He said the ITU, as an agency of the United Nations, is ready to provide the necessary help to all the countries, including the ones in conflict, for resolution of such issues.

He said the ITU, as an agency of the United Nations, is ready to provide the necessary help to all the countries, including the ones in conflict, for resolution of such issues.

“I would also like to note that coordination discussions on this issue were carried out between Azerbaijan and Armenia early this year,” K. Oparin added.

He said such issues have to be solved.

“If there are such obstacles related to the frequencies, they can be solved bilaterally on the technical level,” K. Oparin noted.

The ITU official noted that this issue is also a matter of constant discussions between Azerbaijan and other neighboring countries.

“If one country uses a frequency for television services, while a neighboring country uses the same frequency spectrum for mobile communication, then they will create obstacles to each other. This issue is unambiguously regulated in line with the ITU recommendations. As a result, the countries, applying to us to solve this issue, hold coordination discussions and the ITU recommendations are mainly taken into account,” K. Oparin said.

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