The State of Qatar, represented by the Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA), reviewed its general policy in the field of digital transformation and the advancement of information technology, during the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Plenipotentiary Conference (PP), which continues in the Romanian capital Bucharest until October 14.
In a session dedicated to presenting the progress made by the ITU member states in digital transformation, Communications and IR Manager at CRA, Mr. Hussain Salatt, underlined that the State of Qatar attaches great importance to digital transformation within Qatar National Vision 2030 to build an advanced society; stressing Qatar's support for the strategic goals and objectives proposed by the ITU for the period 2024-2027.
He noted that the State of Qatar has achieved many accomplishments at the level of digital transformation and the use of information technology, especially in terms of providing a comprehensive coverage that has reached every home in the country along with the coverage of the 5G technology, adding that the percentage of individuals using the internet has approached 100%.
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