Tehran, June 28. MOBNA – A protocol has been signed between Iran and Turkey on frequency adjustment in their border regions, Telecommunication Company of Iran managing director announced.
“On this visit a protocol was signed with Turkey’s regulation organization in order to prevent frequency interference in their border regions based on international frequency standards,” Saber Feizi told MOBNA news agency.
“International cooperation with telecommunication agencies in the field of information and communication technology and the two countries’ cooperation in the manufacture of telecommunication and communication equipments were the main reasons for the visit,” he said.
“Planning to manufacture equipments with a common brand and exporting them were also discussed,” he added.