Bahrain TRA meets Kuwaiti regulator

Regulator shares information with the Kuwaiti authorities about telecoms' development
Bahrain TRA meets Kuwaiti regulator


The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Bahrain (TRA) has received delegates from the Communication and Information Technology Regulatory Authority (CITRA) from the Kuwait to gain knowledge and information about TRA’s experience in developing the telecommunications sector in Bahrain.

His Excellency the Minister of Transportation and Telecommunications Kamal bin Ahmed Mohammed stressed, during the visit, his support and appreciation for CITRA’s initiative to be briefed on TRA’s experience in developing the telecommunications sector in Bahrain.

The Kuwaiti delegation was briefed on a range of subjects, such as mobile and high-speed broadband services, international supply, digital security and Internet ecosystem.

The delegation included CITRA’s chairman and CEO Salim Muthaib Alozainah, vice chairman Khalid Alkandari and two CITRA’s executive board members Waleed Alqallaf and Saud Alzaid.

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