Baghdad - INA
Today, Tuesday, the Parliamentary Media and Communications Committee confirmed that the Internet service will improve in the coming months after the elimination of smuggling operations.
A statement by the Media Department in the House of Representatives, received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), stated that "the Parliamentary Communications and Information Committee headed by Deputy Naim Al-Aboudi, head of the committee, and in the presence of its members, hosted the Minister of Communications, Arkan Shihab."
The statement added, "The hosting, which was attended by the General Manager of the General Salam Company, the Assistant Director General of the General Communications Company, and the Assistant Director General of Correspondence, discussed the ministry’s plan and measures taken to improve the Internet service, which will see improvement during the coming months after the elimination of smuggling operations, in addition to the ministry’s determination." To cancel the weaker subscriptions of Internet service subscribers and set a new price for them without the citizen charging additional sums.
The committee, represented by its chairman and members, indicated to "communicate and study all files submitted by the Minister of Communications regarding the progress of the ministry's work and the hoped-for reforms during the coming period in the telecommunications side, in order to raise the level of this sector in the service of the citizen and the public interest."