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General Secretary of the International Telecommunication Union Zhao Houlin visited NIIR

Опубликовано: 19 января 2015 г., 00:00
Изменено: 11 декабря 2018 г., 07:54
January 19, General Secretary of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Zhao Houlin during his working visit to Moscow in the new status subordinated Rossvyaz visited NIIR.

The meeting was attended by the head Rossvyaz Oleg Duhovnitsky, deputy head Roman Sheredin, CEO NIIR Valery Butenko, management of the Institute, the Ministry of Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation, the industry and the industry press.

In the beginning of the meeting  business talks were held behind closed doors.

After the talks, the delegation moved to the conference room NIIR.

Director of NIIR  Valery Butenko gave a presentation on general issues and read a report on the activities and capabilities of the Institute, after which Zhao Houlin made a reply and told about innovations in the ITU. At the end of the meeting, participants exchanged views on the issues and a wide range of topics, head of Rossvyaz Oleg Dukhovnitsky delivered a welcoming speech and invited Zhao Houlin visit the Federal Communications Agency in the course of the next visit.

Especially for invited guests was a demonstration booth system and network loads in the field of radio communications, mobile broadband and control systems and mobile groups on the basis of the navigation system "GLONASS" and the Museum of NIIR.

Houlin Zhao noted the importance of the activities of NIIR  for the ITU, as well as for the telecommunications industry as a whole: "In recent years NIIR made a great contribution to the development of ICT, including satellite communications, television. Specialists of the Institute are actively involved in the development of modern telecommunications. I am sincerely glad that Russia is working with ITU and NIIR provides scientific and methodological support to the Government of the Russian Federation and is directly involved in the development of communication throughout the world. "