Saturday, June 9, 2012

U.S.–Mexico High Level Consultative Commission on Telecommunications

Senior officials of the United States–Mexico High Level Consultative Commission on Telecommunications (HLCC) on June 8, 2012, signed major amendments to two existing bilateral agreements between the United States and Mexico.  The new agreements hope to reduce or eliminate interference to the communications of first responders and to enable compatible operations for Sprint’s deployment of high-speed wireless broadband service in the U.S.-Mexico common border area.

More information regarding the HLCC and the texts of the amendments can be found here. For further information, contact Hal Grigsby at the U.S. State Department at 202-647-2723.

(mew) (adated from a U.S. State Department Press Release)

 

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