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Saturday, October 03, 2015

Daudu to address Commonwealth countries in London



The Chairman-designate of the forthcoming World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC), Mr. Festus Daudu, would address Commonwealth country representatives meeting in London on 7 - 9 October 2015, ahead of the treaty conference organised under the auspices of the International Telecommunication Union, reports ITRealms.
WRC, ITRealms gathered has been slated for November 2 through 27, 2015 in Geneva, Switzerland.
A press statement from Commonwealth Telecommunication Organisation (CTO) endorsed by Marcel Belingue, quoted Mr. Daudu as reacting to the invitation thus:
“It is good to see that whilst there have been WRC preparatory events held in each region, the CTO is also enabling consultations to take place across regions by holding a Commonwealth preparation event. This will no doubt contribute to securing greater consensus on contentious issues when the international community meets in Geneva,” Mr Daudu said.
Also speaking, the CTO Secretary-General, Mr. Shola Taylor welcomed Mr Daudu’s planned contribution to the London meeting.
“Seeking as much consensus among Commonwealth countries from different regions ahead of WRC-15 is part of a greater coordination effort by the CTO to ensure views and concerns from different regions are better understood and more effectively addressed, and we are particularly honoured that Mr Daudu will join our discussions next week,” Taylor said.
Equally confirmed to be at the London event is Aboubakar Zourmba who chaired the WRC Conference Preparatory Meeting over the past four years.
ITRealms further gathered that the meeting hosted by the Commonwealth Secretariat, the three-day London event would address a wide range of issues across a number of sector interests.
Key areas of the WRC-2015 include future availability of spectrum for mobile broadband including the second digital dividend; the use of fixed-satellite services for the control of unmanned aircraft; global flight tracking; earth stations on mobile platforms; and other satellite regulatory issues. 

+Remmy Nweke (ITRealms)  
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