Caribbean telecoms body opens 35th meeting here

Minister of Public Telecommunications, Catherine Hughes (second from left in front row), outgoing Chairman of CANTO, Julian Wilkins (centre in front row), General Secretary of CANTO, Teresa Wankin (right) in front row), Suriname’s Minister of Public Works, Transportation and Communication, Patrick Pengel (second from right in front row) and the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) Chief Executive Officer, Justin Nedd (left) at the opening of CANTO’s 35th Annual General Meeting. (DPI photo)

One hundred and eighty members and stakeholders from thirty countries are here for the Caribbean Association of National Telecommunications Organizations (CANTO)’s 35th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Mini Expo which officially opened last evening at the Marriott Hotel.

The Department of Public Information (DPI) said that one of CANTO’s founding members, the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) along with the Ministry of Public Telecommunications and CARICOM facilitated the hosting of the meeting in Guyana.

Delivering the feature address, Minister of Public Telecommunications, Catherine Hughes said that many of the industries across the region that have been relied upon for many years, no longer have the scope required to support national and economic requirements…..

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