ITR changes

PRG/29/1 MOD Paraguay

Article 1

Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

1.3 These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities networks and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, sefulness and availability to the public and the security of international telecuommunication services.

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1.3
TUN/25/1 ADD Tunisia

In implementing the provisions of these Regulations, Member States shall protect the Right to Freedom of Expression as recognized by Articles 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and by Article 33 of the Constitution; and thereby protect access to all dissemination means through telecommunication/ICTs in the exercise of this right as well as the freedom of online peaceful assembly and of association and all other rights on which States shall impose no limitations other than those permitted by international law, in particular international human rights law (HRC Resolution 21/25).

Member States acknowledge that the same rights that people have offline must also be protected online, in particular freedom of expression, which is applicable regardless of frontiers and through any media of one’s choice, in accordance with Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; (HRC Resolution 20/8).

In this regard, Member States shall ensure that any restrictions placed on the exercise of the Right to Freedom of Expression through the means of telecommunication/ICTs should be in accordance with the criteria set forth in Article 34 of the Constitution and of Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

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IND/21/2 ADD India

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

c) These Regulations recognize that Member States should endeavour to take the necessary measures to prevent interruptions of services and ensure that no harm is caused by their operating agencies to the operating agencies of other Member States which are operating in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations.

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1.1 c)
MEX/20/2 MOD Mexico

Article 1

Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

1.1 a) These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They also set rules applicable to administrations
*.

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1.1 a)
INS/8/1 Indonesia

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations
1.8A Member States shall cooperate in establishing a global legal framework based on a mutual spirit for building confidence and security in the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs)for cybersecurity that reduce illicit use of ICTs, including combating cybercrime and protecting against cyberthreats.

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1.8A
B1/43/4 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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R1/46/2 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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AFCP/19/3 NOC African Region

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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B/18/4 NOC Brazil

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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AUS/17/4 NOC Australia

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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EUR/16A1/4 NOC European Administrations

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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CME/15/3 NOC Cameroon

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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RCC/14A1/4 NOC RCC

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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USA/9A1/4 NOC United States

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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ARB/7/4 NOC Arab States

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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CWG/4A2/4 NOC Secretary-General

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

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ACP/3A2/3 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Article 1

Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

b) These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements as provided in Article 9.

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1.1 b)
ISR/28/1 MOD Israel

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services.

1.1 a)
MEX/20/2 MOD Mexico

Article 1

Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

1.1 a) These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They also set rules applicable to administrations
*.

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1.1 a)
AFCP/19/4 MOD African Region

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. TheyThese Regulations also set rules applicable to administrations
*Member States and Operating Agencies*.


*The term “operating agency” includes “recognized operating agency” and is used in that sense throughout these Regulations.

* or recognized private operating agency(ies)

1.1 a)
B/18/5 MOD Brazil

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They also set rules applicable to administrations
*.

1.1 a)
EUR/16A1/5 MOD European Administrations

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They also set rules applicable to administrations
*.


* or recognized private operating agency(ies)
1.1 a)
CME/15/4 MOD Cameroon

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They require Member States to ensure that administrations and operating agencies engaged in international telecommunications comply with the provisions of the ITRsalso set rules applicable to administrations
*.

1.1 a)
RCC/14A1/5 MOD RCC

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. Theyplace obligations on Member States in respect of fulfilment of the provisions of the Regulations by administrations and operating agencies involved in international telecommunications.

1.1 a)
USA/9A1/5 MOD United States

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They also set rules applicable to administrations
*.
Member States may apply these regulations to Recognized Operating Agencies (ROAs).


* or recognized private operating agency(ies)
1.1 a)
ARB/7/5 MOD Arab States

a) These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication/ICT services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They These Regulations also set rules applicable to administrationsMember States and operating agencies
*.


* or recognized private operating agency(ies)The term “operating agency” includes “recognized operating agency” and is used in that sense throughout these Regulations.
1.1 a)
CWG/4A2/5 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They also set rules applicable to administrations
*.


* or recognized private operating agency(ies)
1.1 a)
CWG/4A2/6 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They also set rules applicable to administrations
*. Member States may apply these rules to recognized operating agencies.


* or recognized private operating agency(ies)
1.1 a)
CWG/4A2/7 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the provision and operation of international telecommunication services offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. TheyThese Regulations also set rules applicable to administrations
*Member States and operating agencies*.

* The term “operating agency” includes “recognized operating agency” and is used in that sense throughout these Regulations.


* or recognized private operating agency(ies)
1.1 a)
CWG/4A2/8 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations establish general principles which relate to the [provision | interoperability] and operation of international telecommunication services [for the provision of international telecommunication services] offered to the public as well as to the underlying international telecommunication transport means used to provide such services. They [place obligations on Member States in respect of fulfilment of the provisions of the Regulations by administrations and operating agencies involved in international telecommunications | require Member States to ensure that administrations and operating agencies engaged in international telecommunications comply with the provisions of the ITRs]also set rules applicable to administrations
*.


* or recognized private operating agency(ies)
1.1 a)
MEX/20/3 MOD Mexico

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements.

1.1 b)
AFCP/19/5 MOD African Region

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements as provided in Article 9.

1.1 b)
B/18/6 MOD Brazil

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements as provided in Article 9.

1.1 b)
AUS/17/5 MOD Australia

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements.

1.1 b)
EUR/16A1/6 MOD European Administrations

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements.

1.1 b)
CME/15/5 MOD Cameroon

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements.

1.1 b)
RCC/14A1/6 MOD RCC

These Regulations recognize the right of MemberStatesto allow special arrangements as provided in Article 9.

1.1 b)
IAP/10/14 MOD Citel

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements.

Support:

Brazil (Federative Republic of), Canada, Costa Rica, United States of America, Guatemala (Republic of), Mexico, Paraguay (Republic of), Uruguay (Eastern Republic of), Venezuela (BolivarianRepublic of)

1.1 b)
IAP/10/14 MOD Citel

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements.

Support:
Brazil (Federative Republic of), Canada, Costa Rica, United States of America, Guatemala (Republic of), Mexico, Paraguay (Republic of), Uruguay (Eastern Republic of), Venezuela (BolivarianRepublic of)

1.1 b)
IAP/10/37 Citel

The Member State concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations by such service providers.

Support:

Brazil (Federative Republic of), Canada, Colombia (Republic of), Ecuador, El Salvador (Republic of), United States of America, Trinidad and Tobago

1.1 b)
USA/9A1/6 MOD United States

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements.

1.1 b)
ARB/7/6 MOD Arab States

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of MembersStates to allow special arrangements as provided in Article 9.

1.1 b)
CWG/4A2/9 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements as provided in Article 9.

1.1 b)
CWG/4A2/10 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements.

1.1 b)
ACP/3A2/3 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Article 1

Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

b) These Regulations recognize in Article 9 the right of Members States to allow special arrangements as provided in Article 9.

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1.1 b)
IND/21/2 ADD India

ARTICLE 1
Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

c) These Regulations recognize that Member States should endeavour to take the necessary measures to prevent interruptions of services and ensure that no harm is caused by their operating agencies to the operating agencies of other Member States which are operating in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations.

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1.1 c)
CME/15/6 ADD Cameroon

These Regulations recognize that Member States shall take the necessary measures to prevent interruptions of services and shall ensure that no harm is caused by their operating agencies to the operating agencies of other Member States which are operating in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations.

1.1 c)
RCC/14A1/7 ADD RCC

Member States shall take the necessary measures to prevent interruptions of services and shall ensure that no harm is caused by their operating agencies to the international telecommunication facilities of operating agencies of other Member States which are operating in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations.

1.1 c)
ARB/7/7 ADD Arab States

These Regulations set obligations on Member States to take the necessary measures to prevent interruptions of services and that no technical harm is caused by their operating agencies to the operating agencies of other Member States which are operating in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations.

1.1 c)
CWG/4A2/11 NOC Secretary-General 1.1 c)
CWG/4A2/12 ADD Secretary-General

These Regulations recognize that Member States shall take the necessary measures to prevent interruptions of services and shall ensure that no harm is caused by their operating agencies to the operating agencies of other Member States which are operating in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations.

1.1 c)
IND/21/3 ADD India

These Regulations recognize the absolute priority for safety of life telecommunications, including distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunications services and telecommunications for disaster relief as provided in Article.

1.1 d)
RCC/14A1/8 ADD RCC

Member States shall guarantee absolute priority for emergency (distress) telecommunications relating to safety of life, including for prevention, relief and mitigation in emergency situations.

1.1 d)
ARB/7/8 ADD Arab States

These Regulations recognize the absolute priority for safety of life telecommunications, including distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunications services and telecommunications for disaster relief as provided in Article 5.

1.1 d)
CWG/4A2/13 NOC Secretary-General 1.1 d)
CWG/4A2/14 ADD Secretary-General

These Regulations recognize the absolute priority for safety of life telecommunications, including distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunications services and telecommunications for disaster relief as provided in Article.

1.1 d)
CME/15/7 ADD Cameroon

These Regulations recognize the absolute priority for safety of life telecommunications, including distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunications services and telecommunications for disaster relief as provided in Article.

1.1 d)
CME/15/8 ADD Cameroon

Member States shall cooperate for the purpose of implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations.

1.1 e)
RCC/14A1/9 ADD RCC

Member States shall cooperate for the purpose of implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations.

1.1 e)
CWG/4A2/15 NOC Secretary-General 1.1 e)
CWG/4A2/16 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall cooperate for the purpose of implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations.

1.1 e)
MEX/20/4 NOC Mexico

In these Regulations, "the public" is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

1.2
AFCP/19/6 NOC African Region

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

1.2
B/18/7 SUP Brazil 1.2
AUS/17/6 NOC Australia

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

1.2
EUR/16A1/7 NOC European Administrations

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

1.2
CME/15/9 NOC Cameroon

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

1.2
RCC/14A1/10 MOD RCC

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental bodies and physical and legal persons.

1.2
IAP/10/15 NOC Citel

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

Support:
Brazil (Federative Republic of), Canada, Colombia (Republic of), United States of America, Guatemala (Republic of), Honduras (Republic of), Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay (Eastern Republic of)

1.2
IAP/10/15 NOC Citel

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

Support:
Brazil (Federative Republic of), Canada, Colombia (Republic of), United States of America, Guatemala (Republic of), Honduras (Republic of), Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay (Eastern Republic of)

1.2
USA/9A1/7 NOC United States

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

1.2
ARB/7/9 NOC Arab States

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

1.2
CWG/4A2/17 NOC Secretary-General

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

1.2
ACP/3A2/4 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

In these Regulations, “the public” is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies.

1.2
PRG/29/1 MOD Paraguay

Article 1

Purpose and Scope of the Regulations

1.3 These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities networks and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, sefulness and availability to the public and the security of international telecuommunication services.

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1.3
MEX/20/5 NOC Mexico

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services.

1.3
AFCP/19/7 MOD African Region

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness,and availability to the public and security of international telecommunication services.

1.3
B/18/8 MOD Brazil

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities networks and services and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the publicof international telecommunication services.

1.3
AUS/17/7 NOC Australia

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services.

1.3
EUR/16A1/8 NOC European Administrations

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services.

1.3
CME/15/10 MOD Cameroon

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitateing global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities networks and to promotingpromote the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services and greater confidence and security, including of information, in the provision of international telecommunication services to the public.

1.3
RCC/14A1/11 MOD RCC

These Regulations facilitate global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication networks and promote the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services and greater confidence and security, including of information, in the provision of international telecommunication services to the public.

1.3
IAP/10/16 NOC Citel

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services.

Support:
Brazil (Federative Republic of), Canada, Colombia (Republic of), Costa Rica, Ecuador , United States of America, Guatemala (Republic of), Mexico, Paraguay (Republic of), Uruguay (Eastern Republic of), Venezuela (BolivarianRepublic of)

1.3
IAP/10/16 NOC Citel

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services.

Support:
Brazil (Federative Republic of), Canada, Colombia (Republic of), Costa Rica, Ecuador , United States of America, Guatemala (Republic of), Mexico, Paraguay (Republic of), Uruguay (Eastern Republic of), Venezuela (BolivarianRepublic of)

1.3
USA/9A1/8 NOC United States

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services.

1.3
CWG/4A2/18 NOC Secretary-General

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services.

1.3
CWG/4A2/20 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations are established with a view to facilitateing global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities networks and to promotingpromote the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services and greater confidence and security, including of information, in the provision of international telecommunication services to the public.

1.3
ISR/28/2 MOD Israel

References to ITU-T Recommendations in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations the same legal status as the Regulations.
Reasons:

1.4
MEX/20/6 MOD Mexico

References to CCITT ITU-T Recommendations and Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
AFCP/19/8 MOD African Region

Unless otherwise specified in these Regulations, references to CCITTITU-T Recommendationsand Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
AUS/17/8 MOD Australia

References to CCITTITU-T Recommendations and Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
EUR/16A1/9 MOD European Administrations

References to CCITT ITU-T Recommendations and Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
CME/15/11 MOD Cameroon

RUnless otherwise specified in these Regulations, references to CCITT Recommendations of the ITUand Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
RCC/14A1/12 MOD RCC

Unless otherwise specified in these Regulations, references to ITURecommendations and Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
IAP/10/3 MOD Citel

References to CCITT ITU-T Recommendations and Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
USA/9A1/9 MOD United States

References to CCITT ITU-TRecommendations and Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
ARB/7/11 MOD Arab States

Unless otherwise specified in these Regulations, Rreferences to CCITT Recommendations of the ITU and Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
CWG/4A2/21 MOD Secretary-General

RUnless otherwise specified in these regulations, references to CCITT Recommendations of the ITU and Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
CWG/4A2/22 MOD Secretary-General

References to CCITTITU-T Recommendations [and Instructions] in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations [and Instructions] the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
ACP/3A2/5 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

References to CCITTITU-T Recommendations and Instructions in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations and Instructions the same legal status as the Regulations.

1.4
PRG/29/2 MOD Paraguay

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations* Member States, or between recognized operating agencies, as appropriate.

1.5
MEX/20/7 MOD Mexico

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations*operating agencies.

1.5
AFCP/19/9 SUP African Region

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations*.

1.5
B/18/9 MOD Brazil

Within the framework of the present Regulations, tThe provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations* the relevant parties, observing the framework of the present Regulations.

1.5
AUS/17/9 MOD Australia

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations*Member States or their recognized operating agencies.

1.5
EUR/16A1/10 SUP European Administrations

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations*.

1.5
CME/15/12 MOD Cameroon

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations*Member States and/or operating agencies, as the case may be.

1.5
RCC/14A1/13 MOD RCC

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations/operating agencies.

1.5
USA/9A1/10 MOD United States

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations*ROAs.

1.5
ARB/7/12 MOD Arab States

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication/ICT services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrationsMember States and/or operating agencies, as the case may be.*

1.5
CWG/4A2/23 MOD Secretary-General

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between [administrations* | Member States] and/or operating agencies, as the case may be.

1.5
CWG/4A2/24 MOD Secretary-General

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations*recognized operating agencies.

1.5
CWG/4A2/25 SUP Secretary-General

Within the framework of the present Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between administrations*.

1.5
MEX/20/8 MOD Mexico

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations* should comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-TRecommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
AFCP/19/10 MOD African Region

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations*Member States should take measures to ensure that Operating Agencies comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
B/18/10 MOD Brazil

In implementing the principles of these Regulations,administrations* should comply withthere should be compliance with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU Recommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
AUS/17/10 MOD Australia

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations* Member States should comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
EUR/16A1/11 MOD European Administrations

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations*Member States should encouragerecognized operatingagencies to comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations

1.6
CME/15/13 MOD Cameroon

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations* should comply with, For the purposes of these Regulations and the principles enshrined in them, Member States shall provide, to the greatest extent practicable, for the implementation of the relevant CCITTITU Recommendations and Resolutions by administrations and operating agencies, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
RCC/14A1/14 MOD RCC

To fulfil the aims of the ITRs and the principles enshrined therein, Member States shall ensure, to the greatest extent practicable, that administrations/operating agencies comply with the relevant ITU Recommendations and, Instructions.

1.6
IAP/10/17 MOD Citel

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations* should comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
IAP/10/17 MOD Citel

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations* should comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
IAP/10/18 ADD Citel

Member States shall, as appropriate, foster the establishment of mutual agreements on mobile services accessed within a predetermined border zone in order to prevent or mitigate inadvertent roaming charges.

1.6
IAP/10/21 NOC Citel

No change to the International Telecommunication Regulations to address security.

1.6
USA/9A1/11 MOD United States

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations*Member States should comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-TRecommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
ARB/7/13 MOD Arab States

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrationsMember States should take measures to ensure that and operating agencies*should comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT Recommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations. by the ITU, especially those having policy or regulatory implications.

1.6
CWG/4A2/26 MOD Secretary-General

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations* [and operating agencies] should comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations[, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations].

1.6
CWG/4A2/27 MOD Secretary-General

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations*Member States should [encourage | take measures to ensure that] operating agencies to comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
CWG/4A2/28 MOD Secretary-General

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations*Member States and operating agencies should comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT Recommendations by the ITU having policy or regulatory implications, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
CWG/4A2/29 MOD Secretary-General

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations* should comply with, For the purposes of these Regulations and the principles enshrined in them, Member States shall provide, to the greatest extent practicable, for the implementation of the relevant CCITT ITU Recommendations and Resolutions by administrations and operating agencies, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
CWG/4A2/30 MOD Secretary-General

In implementing the principles of these Regulations, administrations* should comply withthere shall be compliance with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations, including any Instructions forming part of or derived from these Recommendations.

1.6
ISR/28/3 MOD Israel

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and Recognized Operating Agencies, which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
MEX/20/9 MOD Mexico

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and privateoperating agencies, which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
MEX/20/9 MOD Mexico

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and privateoperating agencies, which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
AFCP/19/11 MOD African Region

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and privateoperating Operating agenciesAgencies, which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
B/18/11 MOD Brazil

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and private recognized operating agencies (ROAs), which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
AUS/17/11 MOD Australia

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and private recognized operating agencies, which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member.

1.7 a)
EUR/16A1/12 MOD European Administrations

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and privaterecognized operating agencies, which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
CME/15/14 MOD Cameroon

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and privateoperating agencies, which operate in its territory andorprovide an international telecommunication service to the publicin its territory, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
RCC/14A1/15 MOD RCC

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State to require that administrations and operating agencies, which operate in its territory and provide international telecommunication services to the public, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
USA/9A1/12 MOD United States

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and private operating agenciesRecognizedOperating Agencies, which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
ARB/7/14 MOD Arab States

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and private operating agencies, which operate in its territory and or provide an international telecommunication/ICT service to the public in its territory, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
CWG/4A2/31 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and private recognized operating agencies (ROAs), which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
CWG/4A2/32 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and private operating agenciesROAs, which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State and be subject to transparency and accountability requirements.

1.7 a)
CWG/4A2/33 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and private operating agencies, which operate in its territory [and provide an international telecommunication service to the public | or provide an international telecommunication service to the public in its territory], be authorized by that Member State.

1.7 a)
ACP/3A2/6 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that administrations and private operating agencies
*, which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public, be authorized by that Member State.


*Whenever, in these Regulations, reference is made to “Operating Agency”. It is understood that the term also covers “Recognised Operating Agency”, and/or “Private Operating Agency” and/or “Private Recognised Operating Agency”, “or other entities”, according to the context in which these terms are used in a given country.
1.7 a)
MEX/20/10 MOD Mexico

The Member State concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
AFCP/19/12 SUP African Region

The Member concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
B/18/12 MOD Brazil

The Member State concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT ITU Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
AUS/17/12 MOD Australia

The Member State concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
EUR/16A1/13 SUP European Administrations

The Member concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
CME/15/15 SUP Cameroon 1.7 b)
RCC/14A1/16 SUP RCC 1.7 b)
USA/9A1/13 SUP United States

The Member concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
ARB/7/15 SUP Arab States

The Member concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
CWG/4A2/34 MOD Secretary-General

The Member State concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
CWG/4A2/35 MOD Secretary-General

The Member State concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations by such service providersoperating agencies.

1.7 b)
CWG/4A2/36 SUP Secretary-General

The Member concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
ACP/3A2/7 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

The Member State concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations by such service providers.

1.7 b)
MEX/20/11 SUP Mexico 1.7 c)
MEX/20/11 SUP Mexico 1.7 c)
AFCP/19/13 SUP African Region

The Members, where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations (for interpretation, also see Resolution No. 2).

1.7 c)
B/18/13 MOD Brazil

The MembersStates,and operating agencies,where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations (for interpretation, also see Resolution No. 2).

1.7 c)
EUR/16A1/14 MOD European Administrations

The Members States, where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations (for interpretation, also see Resolution No. 2).

1.7 c)
CME/15/16 SUP Cameroon 1.7 c)
RCC/14A1/17 SUP RCC 1.7 c)
USA/9A1/14 MOD United States

The Members States, where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations (for interpretation, also see Resolution No. 2).

1.7 c)
ARB/7/16 MOD Arab States

The Members Statesand operating agencies, where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations (for interpretation, also see Resolution No. 2)..

1.7 c)
CWG/4A2/37 MOD Secretary-General

The Members States, and operating agencies where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations (for interpretation, also see Resolution No. 2).

1.7 c)
CWG/4A2/38 MOD Secretary-General

The Members, where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations. The need to promote compliance will be given emphasis and appropriate assistances will be provided to strengthen national capacity in developing countries and countries in transition in support of compliance(for interpretation, also see Resolution No. 2).

1.7 c)
CWG/4A2/39 SUP Secretary-General

The Members, where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations (for interpretation, also see Resolution No. 2).

1.7 c)
MEX/20/12 MOD Mexico

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
AFCP/19/14 NOC African Region

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
AUS/17/13 NOC Australia

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
EUR/16A1/15 NOC European Administrations

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
CME/15/17 NOC Cameroon

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
RCC/14A1/18 (MOD) RCC

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
IAP/10/38 NOC Citel

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
USA/9A1/15 NOC United States

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
ARB/7/17 NOC Arab States

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
CWG/4A2/40 NOC Secretary-General

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
ACP/3A2/8 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

The Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise.

1.8
B/18/14 ADD Brazil

Member States shall cooperate to promote the development of telecommunication infrastructure to support public education, public health and financial inclusion.

1.9
CWG/4A2/41 NOC Secretary-General 1.9
CWG/4A2/42 ADD Secretary-General

Nothing in these regulations shall be interpreted as modifying the rights and obligations of Member States under any other treaties to which they are parties

1.9
MEX/20/61 MOD Mexico

Article 10

Final Provisions

10.1 These Regulations, of which Appendices [1, 2 and 3] form integral parts, shall enter into force on [1 July 1990] at 0001 hours UTC.

10
10.1
AFCP/19/99 MOD African Region

Article 10

Final ProvisionsEntry into Force and Provisional Application

10
AFCP/19/104 MOD African Region

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the delegates of the Members States of the International Telecommunication Union named below have, on behalf of their respective competent authorities, signed one copy of the present Final Acts in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages. This copy shall remain in the archives of the Union. The Secretary-General shall forward one certified copy to each Member State of the International Telecommunication Union.

Done at Melbourne, 9 December 1988.

10
B/18/64 NOC Brazil

ARTICLE 10
Final Provisions

10
AUS/17/61 MOD Australia

Article 10

Final ProvisionsEntry into force and provisional application of the Final Acts

10
AUS/17/66 ADD Australia

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the delegates of the Members States of the International Telecommunication Union named below have, on behalf of their respective competent authorities, signed one copy of the present Final Acts in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages. This copy shall remain in the archives of the Union. The Secretary-General shall forward one certified copy to each Member State of the International Telecommunication Union.

Done at Melbourne, 9 December 1988Dubai, 14 December 2012.

10
EUR/16A1/77 NOC European Administrations

ARTICLE 10
Final Provisions

10
EUR/16A1/83 MOD European Administrations

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the delegates of the Members of the International Telecommunication Union named below have, on behalf of their respective competent authorities, signed one copy of the present these Final Acts in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages. In case of dispute, the French text shall prevail. This copy shall remain be deposited in the archives of the Union. The Secretary-General shall forward one certified copy to each Member of the International Telecommunication Union.

Done at MelbourneDubai, 9 [x]December 19882012.

10
CME/15/111 NOC Cameroon

ARTICLE 10
Final Provisions

10
CME/15/117 MOD Cameroon

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the delegates of the Members States of the International Telecommunication Union named below have, on behalf of their respective competent authorities, signed one copy of the present Final Acts in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages. This copy shall remain in the archives of the Union. The Secretary-General shall forward one certified copy to each Member State of the International Telecommunication Union.

Done at MelbourneDubai, 9 December 198814 December 2012.

10
RCC/14A1/104 NOC RCC

ARTICLE 10
Final Provisions

10
ARB/7/82 MOD Arab States

Final ProvisionsEntry into force and provisional application

10
CWG/4A2/343 NOC Secretary-General

ARTICLE 10
Final Provisions

10
CWG/4A2/344 MOD Secretary-General

Article 10

Final ProvisionsEntry into force and provisional application

10
CWG/4A2/345 ADD Secretary-General

These Regulations, [of which Appendices 1, 2, and 3 form integral parts and] which complement the provisions of the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union, shall enter into force on 1 January 2015 and shall be applied as of that date pursuant to Article 54 of the Constitution.

10
CWG/4A2/356 MOD Secretary-General

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the delegates of the Members States of the International Telecommunication Union named below have, on behalf of their respective competent authorities, signed one copy of the present Final Acts in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages. This copy shall remain in the archives of the Union. The Secretary-General shall forward one certified copy to each Member State of the International Telecommunication Union.

Done at MelbourneDubai, 9 December 198814 December 2012.

10
ACP/3A1/15 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the delegates of the Members States of the International Telecommunication Union named below have, on behalf of their respective competent authorities, signed one copy of the present Final Acts in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages. This copy shall remain in the archives of the Union. The Secretary-General shall forward one certified copy to each Member State of the International Telecommunication Union.

Done at Melbourne,9 December 1988Dubai, 14 December 2012.

10
ACP/3A2/33 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Final ProvisionsEntry into force and provisional application of the Final Acts

10
MEX/20/61 MOD Mexico

Article 10

Final Provisions

10.1 These Regulations, of which Appendices [1, 2 and 3] form integral parts, shall enter into force on [1 July 1990] at 0001 hours UTC.

10
10.1
AFCP/19/100 MOD African Region

These Regulations, of which Appendices 1, 2, and 3 form integral parts, shall enter into force on 1 July 1990 at 0001 hours UTC. and which complement the provisions of the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union, shall enter into force on 1 January 2015 and shall be applied as of that date pursuant to Article 54 of the Constitution.

10.1
AUS/17/62 MOD Australia

These Regulations, of which Appendices 1, 2 and 3Appendix 1 formsan integral parts, shall enter into force on 1 July 1990 2014 at 0001 hours UTC.

10.1
EUR/16A1/78 MOD European Administrations

These Regulations, of which Appendices 1, 2 and 3 form integral parts, which complement the provisions of the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union, shall enter into force on 1 July 1990 at 0001 hours UTCJanuary 2015 and shall be applied as of that date pursuant to Article 54 of the Constitution.

10.1
CME/15/112 MOD Cameroon

These Regulations, of which Appendices 1, 2 and 3 form integral parts, shall enter into force on 1 July 1990 at 0001 hours UTC1 January 2015.

10.1
RCC/14A1/105 MOD RCC

These Regulations, of which Appendices 1, 2 and 3 form integral parts, shall enter into force on [1 January 2015].

10.1
ARB/7/83 Arab States

These Regulations, of which Appendices 1, 2 and 3 form integral parts, and which complement the provisions of the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union, shall enter into force on 1 July 1990 at 0001 hours UTCJanuary 201[5] and shall be applied as of that date pursuant to Article 54 of the Constitution.

10.1
CWG/4A2/346 MOD Secretary-General

These Regulations, of which [Appendices 1, 2 and 3 form integral parts], shall enter into force on 1 July 1990 at 0001 hours UTC 1 January 2015.

10.1
CWG/4A2/347 SUP Secretary-General

These Regulations, of which Appendices 1, 2 and 3 form integral parts, shall enter into force on 1 July 1990 at 0001 hours UTC.

10.1
ACP/3A1/10 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

1. Article 10 - Final Provisions

APT Members are of the view that the following changes should be made to the Article 10:

These revised Regulations, of which Appendices 1, 2 and 3 form integral parts, shall enter into force on 1 July 1990 xx, yy, zzzz at 0001 hours UTC.

10.1
MEX/20/62 SUP Mexico 10.2
AFCP/19/101 SUP African Region

On the date specified in No. 61, the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.2
AUS/17/63 MOD Australia

On the date specified in No. 61 (10.1), the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973)International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988Dubai, 2012) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.2
EUR/16A1/79 SUP European Administrations

On the date specified in No. 61, the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.2
CME/15/113 MOD Cameroon

On the date specified in No. 61, the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973) the International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988Dubai, 2012) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.2
RCC/14A1/106 RCC 10.2
ARB/7/84 SUP Arab States

10.2 On the date specified in No. 61, the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.3 If a Member makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members and their administrations* shall be free to disregard the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member which has made such reservations and its administrations*.

10.4 Members of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approval.

10.2
10.3
10.4
CWG/4A2/348 MOD Secretary-General

On the date specified in No. 61, the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973) the International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988Dubai, 2012) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.2
CWG/4A2/349 SUP Secretary-General

On the date specified in No. 61, the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.2
ACP/3A1/11 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

On the date specified in No. 61 (10.1), the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973)International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988Dubai, 2012) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.2
MEX/20/63 MOD Mexico

If a Member makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members Statesand their administrations*shall be free to disregard the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member State which has made such reservations and its administrations*.

10.3
AFCP/19/102 SUP African Region

If a Member makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members and their administrations* shall be free to disregard the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member which has made such reservations and its administrations*.

10.3
AUS/17/64 MOD Australia

If a Member State makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members States and their administrations* recognized operating agencies* shall be free to disregard are not obliged to abide by the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member State which has made such reservations and its administrations*recognized operating agencies.

10.3
EUR/16A1/81 SUP European Administrations

If a Member makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members and their administrations* shall be free to disregard the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member which has made such reservations and its administrations*.

10.3
CME/15/115 MOD Cameroon

If a Member State makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members States and their administrations* shall be free to disregardoperating agencies are not obliged to abide by the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member State which has made such reservations and its operating agenciesadministrations*.

10.3
RCC/14A1/107 MOD RCC

If a Member State makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Member States and their administrations/operating agencies shall be free to disregard the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member State which has made such reservations and its administrations/operating agencies.

10.3
ARB/7/84 SUP Arab States

10.2 On the date specified in No. 61, the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.3 If a Member makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members and their administrations* shall be free to disregard the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member which has made such reservations and its administrations*.

10.4 Members of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approval.

10.2
10.3
10.4
CWG/4A2/351 MOD Secretary-General

If a Member State makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members States and their administrations* shall be free to disregard [[recognized] operating agencies] are not obliged to abide by the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member State which has made such reservations and its [[recognized] operating agencies] administrations*.

10.3
CWG/4A2/352 SUP Secretary-General

If a Member makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members and their administrations* shall be free to disregard the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member which has made such reservations and its administrations*.

10.3
ACP/3A1/13 Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

If a Member State makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members States and their administrations*operating agencies* shall be free to disregard are not obliged to abide by the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member State which has made such reservations and its administrations*operating agencies*.

10.3
MEX/20/64 SUP Mexico 10.4
AFCP/19/103 SUP African Region

Members of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approval.

10.4
AUS/17/65 MOD Australia

Members States of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of consent to be bound by the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members States promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approvalconsent.

10.4
EUR/16A1/82 SUP European Administrations

Members of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approval.

10.4
CME/15/116 MOD Cameroon

Members States of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members States promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approval.

10.4
RCC/14A1/109 SUP RCC 10.4
ARB/7/84 SUP Arab States

10.2 On the date specified in No. 61, the Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 1973) and the Telephone Regulations (Geneva, 1973) shall be replaced by these International Telecommunication Regulations (Melbourne, 1988) pursuant to the International Telecommunication Convention.

10.3 If a Member makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Members and their administrations* shall be free to disregard the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member which has made such reservations and its administrations*.

10.4 Members of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approval.

10.2
10.3
10.4
CWG/4A2/353 MOD Secretary-General

Members States of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their [approval of | consent to be bound by] the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members States promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approval.

10.4
CWG/4A2/354 SUP Secretary-General

Members of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approval.

10.4
ACP/3A1/14 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Members States of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of consent to be bound by the International Telecommunication Regulations adopted by the Conference. The Secretary-General shall inform Members States promptly of the receipt of such notifications of approvalconsent.

10.4
PRG/29/7 ADD Paraguay

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2.12 Termination rate: A rate set by the destination recognized operating agency for terminating incoming traffic.

2
2.12
IND/21/4 ADD India

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2.1A Telecommunication/ICT: Any transmission, emission or reception, including processing, of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems, having a bearing on Telecommunication Technologies and Services.

2
2.1A
AUS/17/14 NOC Australia

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
2.0
AUS/17/15 NOC Australia

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
CME/15/19 NOC Cameroon

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
USA/9A2/1 SUP United States

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

Service telecommunication

A telecommunication that relates to public international telecommunications and that is exchanged among the following:

- administrations;

- recognized private operating agencies,

- and the Chairman of the Administrative Council, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Directors of the International Consultative Committees, the members of the International Frequency Registration Board, other representatives or authorized officials of the Union, including those working on official matters outside the seat of the Union.

2
2.4
B1/43/5 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
B1/43/6 NOC Committee 4

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
R1/46/3 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
R1/46/4 NOC Committee 4

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
PRG/29/3 MOD Paraguay

Article 2

Definitions

2.1 Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception, including the processing required for those purposes, of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2
2.1
MEX/20/13 MOD Mexico

Article 2

Definitions

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
AFCP/19/15 NOC African Region

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
AFCP/19/16 MOD African Region

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
B/18/15 NOC Brazil

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
B/18/16 NOC Brazil

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
EUR/16A1/16 NOC European Administrations

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
EUR/16A1/17 NOC European Administrations

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
CME/15/18 NOC Cameroon

Article 2

Definitions

2
RCC/14A1/19 NOC RCC

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
RCC/14A1/20 (MOD) RCC

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
USA/9A1/16 NOC United States

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
USA/9A1/17 NOC United States

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
ARB/7/18 NOC Arab States

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
ARB/7/19 NOC Arab States

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
CWG/4A2/43 NOC Secretary-General

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
CWG/4A2/44 NOC Secretary-General

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
ACP/3A2/9 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2
ACP/3A2/10 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. These terms and definitions do not, however, necessarily apply for other purposes.

2
ISR/28/5 NOC Israel

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
ARB/7/21 ADD Arab States

bis Telecommunication/ICT: Any transmission, emission or reception ,including processing, of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
2.10
B1/43/7 NOC Committee 4

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
R1/46/5 NOC Committee 4

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
PRG/29/3 MOD Paraguay

Article 2

Definitions

2.1 Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception, including the processing required for those purposes, of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2
2.1
MEX/20/14 SUP Mexico 2.1
AFCP/19/17 NOC African Region

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
AUS/17/16 NOC Australia

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
EUR/16A1/18 NOC European Administrations

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
CME/15/20 NOC Cameroon

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
RCC/14A1/21 (MOD) RCC

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
IAP/10/5 NOC Citel

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
USA/9A1/18 NOC United States

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
ARB/7/20 NOC Arab States

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
CWG/4A2/45 NOC Secretary-General

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
CWG/4A2/46 SUP Secretary-General

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
ACP/3A1/2 Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

2. Proposal for use of the term “Member”, “Member States”, “Administration”, “Operating Agency”, “Recognized Operating Agency and Recognized Private Operating Agency”
Agreement was reached for the replacement of the term “Member”with “Member State”.
2.2 For the replacement of the term “Administration” with “Member State” or “Operating Agencies”,to be considered on a case by case basis, since some provisions are dealing with responsibilities of Member States; while other provisions are dealing with the responsibilities of Operating Agencies.
2.3 In the ITRs reference is made to Recognized Private Operating Agency.In order to cover all three terms, Operating Agency, Recognized Operating Agency and Recognized Private Operating Agency,a possible option would be to refer to “Operating Agency” as an umbrella term while the two other terms, “Recognized Operating Agency”and “Recognized Private Operating Agency”, should be considered as subset of “Operating Agency”, to cover all possible cases in different countries as the situation may be.

3. Proposal to systematically refer to “ITU Recommendations” rather than to “ITU-T Recommendations”

2.1
2.2
2.3
ACP/3A2/11 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Telecommunication: Any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
MEX/20/27 SUP Mexico 2.10
AFCP/19/32 SUP African Region

Instructions: A collection of provisions drawn from one or more CCITT Recommendations dealing with practical operational procedures for the handling of telecommunication traffic (e.g., acceptance, transmission, accounting).

2.10
B/18/27 SUP Brazil 2.10
AUS/17/25 SUP Australia

Instructions: A collection of provisions drawn from one or more CCITT Recommendations dealing with practical operational procedures for the handling of telecommunication traffic (e.g., acceptance, transmission, accounting).

2.10
EUR/16A1/31 SUP European Administrations

Instructions: A collection of provisions drawn from one or more CCITT Recommendations dealing with practical operational procedures for the handling of telecommunication traffic (e.g., acceptance, transmission, accounting).

2.10
CME/15/32 MOD Cameroon

Instructions: A collection of provisions drawn from one or more CCITTITU-T Recommendations dealing with practical operational procedures for the handling of telecommunication traffic (e.g., acceptance, transmission, accounting).

2.10
RCC/14A1/33 MOD RCC

Instructions:A collection of provisions drawn from one or more ITURecommendations dealing with practical operational procedures for the handling of telecommunication traffic (e.g., acceptance, transmission, accounting).

2.10
USA/9A1/25 SUP United States

Instructions: A collection of provisions drawn from one or more CCITT Recommendations dealing with practical operational procedures for the handling of telecommunication traffic (e.g., acceptance, transmission, accounting).

2.10
ARB/7/21 ADD Arab States

bis Telecommunication/ICT: Any transmission, emission or reception ,including processing, of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.

2.1
2.10
CWG/4A2/71 MOD Secretary-General

Instructions: A collection of provisions drawn from one or more CCITTITU-T Recommendations dealing with practical operational procedures for the handling of telecommunication traffic (e.g., acceptance, transmission, accounting).

2.10
CWG/4A2/72 SUP Secretary-General

Instructions: A collection of provisions drawn from one or more CCITT Recommendations dealing with practical operational procedures for the handling of telecommunication traffic (e.g., acceptance, transmission, accounting).

2.10
ACP/3A2/15 SUP Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Instructions: A collection of provisions drawn from one or more CCITT Recommendations dealing with practical operational procedures for the handling of telecommunication traffic (e.g., acceptance, transmission, accounting).

2.10
AFCP/19/33 ADD African Region

Operating Agency: Any individual, company, corporation or governmental agency which operates a telecommunication installation intended for an international telecommunication service or capable of causing harmful interference with such a service.

2.10A
AFCP/19/34 ADD African Region

Fraud: use of public international telecommunication services or facilities with the intention of avoiding payment, without correct payment, with no payment at all, or by making someone else pay, by misusing numbering (addressing) resources, by intentional misrepresentation of identity or other deceptive, wrongful or criminal practices, in order to obtain personal or financial gain that can lead to actual or potential disadvantage or financial harm to another individual or group.

2.10B
ARB/7/25 ADD Arab States

Operating Agency: Any individual, company, corporation or governmental agency which operates a telecommunication installation intended for an international telecommunication service or capable of causing harmful interference with such a service.

2.10B
AFCP/19/35 ADD African Region

Originating Identification: The Originating Identification is the service by which the terminating party shall have the possibility of receiving identity information in order to identify the origin of the communication.

2.10C
RUS/27/1 ADD Russia

2.11 Internet: An international conglomeration of interconnected telecommunication networks which provides for the interaction of connected information systems and their users, by carrying their traffic using a single system of numbering, naming, addressing, identification, protocols and procedures that is defined by Internet Standards.

2.11
IND/21/5 ADD India

Transit rate: a rate set by the point of transit in a third country (indirect relation).

2.11
CME/15/33 ADD Cameroon

Transit rate: a rate set by the point of transit in a third country (indirect relation).

2.11
RCC/14A1/34 ADD RCC

Emergency/distress telecommunications: A special category of telecommunications with absolute priority for the transmission and reception of information relating to safety of life at sea, on land, in the air or in space, and of information of exceptional urgency concerning an epidemiological or epizootic situation issued by the World Health Organization.

2.11
CWG/4A2/73 NOC Secretary-General 2.11
CWG/4A2/74 ADD Secretary-General

Transit rate: a rate set by the point of transit in a third country (indirect relation).

2.11
PRG/29/7 ADD Paraguay

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

2.12 Termination rate: A rate set by the destination recognized operating agency for terminating incoming traffic.

2
2.12
RUS/27/2 ADD Russia

2.12 Internet traffic: Traffic generated by interacting information systems connected to the telecommunication networks that constitute the Internet.

2.12
CME/15/34 ADD Cameroon

Termination rate: A rate set by the destination operating agency for terminating incoming traffic regardless of origin.

2.12
RCC/14A1/35 ADD RCC

Personal data: Any information relating to a physical person (the subject of the personal data) identified or identifiable on the basis of such information.

2.12
CWG/4A2/75 NOC Secretary-General 2.12
CWG/4A2/76 ADD Secretary-General

Termination rate: A rate set by the destination administration/ROA for terminating incoming traffic regardless of origin.

2.12
RUS/27/3 ADD Russia

2.13 Internet access: The ability to interact through the exchange of Internet traffic with any information systems connected to the telecommunication networks that constitute the Internet.

2.13
IND/21/6 ADD India

Spam: information transmitted over telecommunication networks as text, sound, image, tangible data used in a man-machine interface bearing advertizing nature or having no meaningful message, simultaneously or during a short period of time, to a large number of particular addressees without prior consent of the addressee (recipient) to receive this information or information of this nature.

2.13
CME/15/35 ADD Cameroon

Spam: information transmitted over telecommunication networks as text, sound, image, tangible data used in a man-machine interface bearing advertising nature or having no meaningful message, simultaneously or during a short period of time, to a large number of particular addressees without prior consent of the addressee (recipient) to receive this information or information of this nature.

2.13
RCC/14A1/36 ADD RCC

International roaming: Provision to the subscriber of the opportunity to use telecommunication services offered by other operating agencies, with which the subscriber does not have agreed service relations.

2.13
ARB/7/26 ADD Arab States

Spam: information transmitted in bulk over telecommunication networks as text, sound, image, tangible data used in a man-machine interface bearing indiscriminate advertizing nature or having no meaningful message, simultaneously or during a short period of time, to a large number of particular addressees without prior consent of the addressee (recipient) to receive this information or information of this nature.
Note: Spam should be distinguished from information of any type (advertisements inclusive) transmitted over broadcasting (non-addressed) networks (such as TV and/or radio broadcasting networks, etc.).

2.13
CWG/4A2/77 NOC Secretary-General 2.13
CWG/4A2/78 ADD Secretary-General

Spam: information transmitted over telecommunication networks [as text, sound, image, tangible data used in a man-machine interface bearing advertizing nature or having no meaningful message,] simultaneously or during a short period of time, to a large number of particular addressees without prior consent of the addressee (recipient) to receive this information or information of this nature.
Note: (Spam should be distinguished from information of any type (advertisements inclusive) transmitted over broadcasting (non-addressed) networks (such as TV and/or radio broadcasting networks, etc.)).

2.13
RUS/27/4 ADD Russia

Basic Internet infrastructure: Telecommunication facilities and information systems which are vitally important for ensuring integrity, reliable operation and security of the Internet.

2.14
IND/21/7 ADD India

Hub: a transit center (or network operator) that offers to other operators a telecommunication traffic termination service to nominated destinations contained in the offer.

2.14
CME/15/36 ADD Cameroon

Hub: a transit center (or network operator) that offers to other operators a telecommunication traffic termination service to nominated destinations contained in the offer.

2.14
RCC/14A1/37 ADD RCC

Spam: Information transmitted over telecommunication networks simultaneously or during a short period of time, to a large number of particular addressees* without prior consent of the addressee (recipient) to receive this information or information of this nature.
*Spam should be distinguished from information of any type (including advertisements) transmitted over broadcasting, including non-addressed, networks.

2.14
CWG/4A2/79 NOC Secretary-General 2.14
CWG/4A2/80 ADD Secretary-General

Hub: a transit center (or network operator) that offers to other operators a telecommunication traffic termination service to nominated destinations contained in the offer.

2.14
RUS/27/5 ADD Russia

National Internet segment: Telecommunication networks or parts thereof which are located within the territory of the respective State and used to carry Internet traffic and/or provide Internet access.

2.15
IND/21/8 ADD India

Hubbing: the routing of telecommunication traffic in hubbing mode consists in the use of hub facilities to terminate telecommunication traffic to other destinations.

2.15
CME/15/37 ADD Cameroon

Hubbing: the routing of telecommunication traffic in hubbing mode consists in the use of hub facilities to terminate telecommunication traffic to other destinations, with full payment due to the hub.

2.15
RCC/14A1/38 ADD RCC

Network fraud (fraud on international telecommunication networks): The causing of harm to operating agencies or to the public, the wrongful obtaining of gain in the provision of international telecommunication services through abuse of trust or deception, including through inappropriate use of numbering, naming, addressing and identification resources in international telecommunication networks.

2.15
CWG/4A2/81 NOC Secretary-General 2.15
CWG/4A2/82 ADD Secretary-General

Hubbing: the routing of telecommunication traffic in hubbing mode consists in the use of hub facilities to terminate telecommunication traffic to other destinations, with full payment due to the hub.

2.15
PRG/29/8 ADD Paraguay

Fraud: use of any telecommunications facilities, resources or services with the intention of avoiding payment, without correct payment, with no payment at all, by making someone else pay, or by using a wrongful or criminal deception in order to obtain a financial or personal gain from the use of those facilities, resources or services.

2.16
IND/21/9 ADD India

Network fraud: (fraud on international telecommunication networks): The causing of harm to operating agencies or to the public, the wrongful obtaining of gain in the provision of international telecommunication services through abuse of trust or deception, including through inappropriate use of numbering resources.

2.16
CME/15/38 ADD Cameroon

Fraud: use of any telecommunications facilities or services with the intention of avoiding payment, without correct payment, with no payment at all, by making someone else pay, by using a wrongful or criminal deception in order to obtain a financial or personal gain from the use of those facilities or services or by intentional misrepresentation of identity which can lead to actual or potential disadvantage or financial harm to another individual or group.

2.16
RCC/14A1/39 ADD RCC

Integrity of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to carry international traffic.

2.16
ARB/7/27 ADD Arab States

Fraud: Use chargeable/paid for public international telecommunication/ICT services or facilities with the intention of avoiding payment, without correct payment, with no payment at all, or by making someone else pay, by misusing numbering (addressing) resources, by intentional misrepresentation of identity, or other deceptive practices, in order to obtain or transfer personal or financial gain that can lead to actual or potential disadvantage or financial harm to another individual or group.

2.16
CWG/4A2/83 NOC Secretary-General 2.16
CWG/4A2/84 ADD Secretary-General

Fraud: use of any telecommunications facilities or services with the intention of avoiding payment, without correct payment, with no payment at all, by making someone else pay, or by using a wrongful or criminal deception in order to obtain a financial or personal gain from the use of those facilities or services.

2.16
CWG/4A2/85 ADD Secretary-General

Fraud: use of public international telecommunication services or facilities with the intention of avoiding payment, without correct payment, with no payment at all, or by making someone else pay, by misusing numbering (addressing) resources, by intentional misrepresentation of identity or other deceptive practices, in order to obtain personal or financial gain that can lead to actual or potential disadvantage or financial harm to another individual or group.

2.16
CWG/4A2/86 ADD Secretary-General

Fraud: use of any telecommunications facilities or services with the intention of avoiding payment, without correct payment, with no payment at all, by making someone else pay, by using a wrongful or criminal deception in order to obtain a financial or personal gain from the use of those facilities or services or by intentional misrepresentation of identity which can lead to actual or potential disadvantage or financial harm to another individual or group.

2.16
CWG/4A2/87 ADD Secretary-General

Network fraud: (fraud on international telecommunication networks): The causing of harm to operating agencies or to the public, the wrongful obtaining of gain in the provision of international telecommunication services through abuse of trust or deception, including through inappropriate use of numbering resources.

2.16
IND/21/10 ADD India

Global telecommunication service (GTS): A service which enables communication to be established through a global number between subscribers whose physical location and national jurisdiction have no bearing on the tariff to be set for the service’s use; which satisfies and complies with recognized and accepted international standards; and which is provided over the public telecommunication network by operating agencies having obtained the relevant numbering resources from ITU-T.

2.17
CME/15/39 ADD Cameroon

Global telecommunication service (GTS): A service which enables communication to be established through a global number between subscribers whose physical location and national jurisdiction have no bearing on the tariff to be set for the service’s use; which satisfies and complies with recognized and accepted international standards; and which is provided over the public telecommunication network by operating agencies having obtained the relevant numbering resources from ITU-T.

2.17
RCC/14A1/40 ADD RCC

Stability of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to carry international traffic in the event of failure of telecommunication nodes or links and also in the face of internal and external destructive actions and to return to its original state.

2.17
CWG/4A2/88 NOC Secretary-General

Global telecommunication service (GTS): A service which enables communication to be established through a global number between subscribers whose physical location and national jurisdiction have no bearing on the tariff to be set for the service’s use; which satisfies and complies with recognized and accepted international standards; and which is provided over the public telecommunication network by operating agencies having obtained the relevant numbering resources from ITU-T.

2.17
CME/15/40 ADD Cameroon

International calling party number delivery (ICPND):Transborder delivery of calling party's number.

2.18
RCC/14A1/41 ADD RCC

Security of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to withstand internal and external destabilizing actions liable to compromise its functioning.

2.18
CME/15/41 ADD Cameroon

Originating identification: The originating identification is the service by which the terminating party shall have the possibility of receiving identity information in order to identify the origin of the communication.

2.19
RCC/14A1/42 ADD RCC

Operating agency: Any individual, company, corporation or governmental agency which operates a telecommunication installation intended for an international telecommunication service or capable of causing harmful interference with such a service.

2.19
ISR/28/6 NOC Israel

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
MEX/20/15 SUP Mexico 2.2
AFCP/19/19 SUP African Region

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
EUR/16A1/19 NOC European Administrations

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
CME/15/22 NOC Cameroon

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
RCC/14A1/22 (MOD) RCC

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
IAP/10/6 NOC Citel

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
USA/9A1/19 ADD United States

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
ARB/7/22 MOD Arab States

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
ARB/7/23 ADD Arab States

bis International telecommunication/ICT service: The offering of a telecommunication/ICT capability between different countries.

2.2
CWG/4A2/50 NOC Secretary-General

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
CWG/4A2/51 SUP Secretary-General

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
ACP/3A2/12 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
AUS/17/17 NOC Australia

International telecommunication service: The offering of a telecommunication capability between telecommunication offices or stations of any nature that are in or belong to different countries.

2.2
ACP/3A1/2 Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

2. Proposal for use of the term “Member”, “Member States”, “Administration”, “Operating Agency”, “Recognized Operating Agency and Recognized Private Operating Agency”
Agreement was reached for the replacement of the term “Member”with “Member State”.
2.2 For the replacement of the term “Administration” with “Member State” or “Operating Agencies”,to be considered on a case by case basis, since some provisions are dealing with responsibilities of Member States; while other provisions are dealing with the responsibilities of Operating Agencies.
2.3 In the ITRs reference is made to Recognized Private Operating Agency.In order to cover all three terms, Operating Agency, Recognized Operating Agency and Recognized Private Operating Agency,a possible option would be to refer to “Operating Agency” as an umbrella term while the two other terms, “Recognized Operating Agency”and “Recognized Private Operating Agency”, should be considered as subset of “Operating Agency”, to cover all possible cases in different countries as the situation may be.

3. Proposal to systematically refer to “ITU Recommendations” rather than to “ITU-T Recommendations”

2.1
2.2
2.3
CME/15/42 ADD Cameroon

Emergency/distress telecommunications: A special category of telecommunications with absolute priority for the transmission and reception of information relating to safety of life at sea, on land, in the air or in space, and of information of exceptional urgency concerning an epidemiological or epizootic situation issued by the World Health Organization.

2.20
RCC/14A1/43 ADD RCC

Calling party (number) identification: Identification, on the basis of profile and registration records in the technical facilities of operating agencies, of a set of symbols uniquely identifying the calling party.

2.20
IND/21/11 ADD India

Originating Identification: The Originating Identification is the service by which the terminating party shall receive the identity information in order to identify the origin of the communication.

2.21
MEX/20/28 ADD Mexico

Originating Identification: The Originating Identification is the service by which the terminating party shall have the possibility of receiving identity information in order to identify the origin of the communication.

2.21
CME/15/43 ADD Cameroon

Personal data: Any information relating to a physical person (the subject of the personal data) identified or identifiable on the basis of such information.

2.21
RCC/14A1/44 ADD RCC

Global telecommunication service (GTS): An international telecommunication service characterized by the existence of a single infrastructure complex, the location of whose components is distributed among two or more countries such that this complex as a whole cannot, in terms of its ownership or location, be attributed to any one country.

2.21
ARB/7/28 ADD Arab States

Originating Identification: The Originating Identification is the service by which the terminating party shall have the possibility of receiving identity information in order to identify the origin of the communication.

2.21
CWG/4A2/90 NOC Secretary-General 2.21
CWG/4A2/91 ADD Secretary-General

Originating Identification: The Originating Identification is the service by which the terminating party shall have the possibility of receiving identity information in order to identify the origin of the communication.
NOTE: the numbering skips from 2.17 to 2.21 to maintain consistency with the proposals contained in Annex 1.

2.21
KAZ/32/1 ADD Kazakhstan

Traffic: The volume of information constituted by all of the communications and signals transmitted via telecommunication networks over a given period of time.

2.22
CME/15/44 ADD Cameroon

Integrity of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to carry international traffic.

2.22
RCC/14A1/45 ADD RCC

Traffic: The load constituted by all of the communications and signals transmitted via telecommunication networks over a given period of time.

2.22
CWG/4A2/92 NOC Secretary-General 2.22
CWG/4A2/93 ADD Secretary-General

Emergency/distress telecommunications: A special category of telecommunications with absolute priority for the transmission and reception of information relating to safety of life at sea, on land, in the air or in space, and of information of exceptional urgency concerning an epidemiological or epizootic situation issued by the World Health Organization.

2.22
KAZ/32/2 ADD Kazakhstan

Tariff: The monetary expression of the value and size of the charging unit for telecommunication services.

2.23
CME/15/45 ADD Cameroon

Stability of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to carry international traffic in the event of failure of telecommunication nodes or links and also in the face of internal and external destructive actions and to return to its original state.

2.23
RCC/14A1/46 ADD RCC

Tariff: The price conditions proposed by an administration/operating agency for the use of telecommunication services.

2.23
CWG/4A2/94 NOC Secretary-General 2.23
CWG/4A2/95 ADD Secretary-General

Personal data: Any information relating to a physical person (the subject of the personal data) identified or identifiable on the basis of such information.

2.23
CME/15/46 ADD Cameroon

Security of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to withstand internal and external destabilizing actions liable to compromise its functioning.

2.24
RCC/14A1/47 ADD RCC

International telecommunication services user: A party requesting and/or obtaining international telecommunication services.

2.24
CWG/4A2/96 NOC Secretary-General 2.24
CWG/4A2/97 ADD Secretary-General

Integrity of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to carry international traffic.

2.24
IND/21/12 ADD India

Stability of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to carry international traffic in the event of failure of telecommunication nodes or links and also in the face of internal and external destructive actions and to return to its original state.

2.25
CME/15/47 ADD Cameroon

International roaming: Provision to the subscriber of the opportunity to use telecommunication services offered by other operating agencies, with which the subscriber has not concluded an agreement.

2.25
RCC/14A1/48 ADD RCC

Subscriber: An international telecommunication services user with whom a contract for the provision of such services has been concluded.

2.25
CWG/4A2/98 NOC Secretary-General 2.25
CWG/4A2/99 ADD Secretary-General

Stability of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to carry international traffic in the event of failure of telecommunication nodes or links and also in the face of internal and external destructive actions and to return to its original state.

2.25
IND/21/13 ADD India

Security of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to withstand internal and external destabilizing actions liable to compromise its functioning.

2.26
CME/15/48 ADD Cameroon

IP interconnection: IP interconnection refers to technical and business solutions and rules to ensure the delivery of IP traffic through different networks.

2.26
CWG/4A2/100 NOC Secretary-General 2.26
CWG/4A2/101 ADD Secretary-General

Security of the international telecommunication network: The capability of the international telecommunication network to withstand internal and external destabilizing actions liable to compromise its functioning.

2.26
IND/21/14 ADD India

InternationalRoaming: Provision to the subscriber of the opportunity to use telecommunication services offered by other operating agencies of other member states, with which the subscriber has not concluded an agreement.

2.27
CME/15/49 Cameroon

End-to-end quality of service delivery and best effort delivery: End-to-end quality of service delivery refers to the delivery of PDU (Packet Data Unit) with predefined end-to-end performance objectives; Best-effort delivery refers to delivery of a PDU without predefined performance targets.

2.27
CWG/4A2/102 NOC Secretary-General 2.27
CWG/4A2/103 ADD Secretary-General

[International] Roaming: Provision to the subscriber of the opportunity to use telecommunication services offered by other operating agencies, with which the subscriber has not concluded an agreement.

2.27
IND/21/15 ADD India

IP interconnection: IP interconnection refers to means and rules employed to ensure the delivery of IP traffic through different networks.

2.28
CWG/4A2/104 NOC Secretary-General 2.28
CWG/4A2/105 ADD Secretary-General

IP interconnection: IP interconnection refers to technical and business solutions and rules to ensure the delivery of IP traffic through different networks.

2.28
IND/21/16 ADD India

End to end quality of service delivery and best effort delivery: End to End quality of service delivery refers to the delivery of PDU (Packet Data Unit) with predefined end-to-end performance objectives; Best-effort delivery refers delivery to of a PDU without predefined performance targets.

2.29
CWG/4A2/106 NOC Secretary-General 2.29
CWG/4A2/107 ADD Secretary-General

End to end quality of service delivery and best effort delivery: End to End quality of service delivery refers to the delivery of PDU (Packet Data Unit) with predefined end-to-end performance objectives; Best-effort delivery refers delivery to of a PDU without predefined performance targets.

2.29
MEX/20/16 SUP Mexico 2.3
AFCP/19/21 MOD African Region

Government telecommunication: A telecommunication originating with any: Head of a State; Head of a government or members of a government; Commanders-in-Chief of military forces, land, sea or air; diplomatic or consular agents; the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Heads of the principal organs of the United Nations; the International Court of Justice, or reply replies to a government telegramtelecommunications mentioned above.

2.3
B/18/17 SUP Brazil 2.3
AUS/17/19 SUP Australia

A telecommunication that relates to public international telecommunications and that is exchanged among the following:

– administrations;

– recognized private operating agencies;

– and the Chairman of the Administrative Council, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Directors of the International Consultative Committees, the members of the International Frequency Registration Board, other representatives or authorized officials of the Union, including those working on official matters outside the seat of the Union.

2.3
EUR/16A1/20 SUP European Administrations

Government telecommunication: A telecommunication originating with any: Head of a State; Head of a government or members of a government; Commanders-in-Chief of military forces, land, sea or air; diplomatic or consular agents; the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Heads of the principal organs of the United Nations; the International Court of Justice,or reply to a government telegram.

2.3
CME/15/24 MOD Cameroon

Government telecommunications:A tTelecommunications originating with any: Head of a State; Head of a government or members of a government; Commanders-in-Chief of military forces, land, sea or air; diplomatic or consular agents; the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Heads of the principal organs of the United Nations; the International Court of Justice, or reply to a government telegram.

2.3
RCC/14A1/23 (MOD) RCC

Government telecommunication: A telecommunication originating with any: Head of a State; Head of a government or members of a government; Commanders-in-Chief of military forces, land, sea or air; diplomatic or consular agents; the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Heads of the principal organs of the United Nations; the International Court of Justice,or reply to a government telegram.

2.3
USA/9A1/20 MOD United States

Government telecommunication:A tTelecommunication originating with any: Head of a State; Head of a government or members of a government; Commanders-in-Chief of military forces, land, sea or air; diplomatic or consular agents; the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Heads of the principal organs of the United Nations; the International Court of Justice,or reply to a government telegramtelecommunications mentioned above.

2.3
ARB/7/24 MOD Arab States

Government telecommunications:A telecommunication Telecommunications originating with any: Head of a State; Head of a government or members of a government; Commanders-in-Chief of military forces, land, sea or air; diplomatic or consular agents; the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Heads of the principal organs of the United Nations; the International Court of Justice, World Health Organization or reply replies to a government telegramtelecommunications mentioned above.

2.3
CWG/4A2/54 MOD Secretary-General

Government telecommunications: A tTelecommunications originating with any: Head of a State; Head of a government or members of a government; Commanders-in-Chief of military forces, land, sea or air; diplomatic or consular agents; the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Heads of the principal organs of the United Nations; the International Court of Justice, or reply replies to a government telegramtelecommunications mentioned above.

2.3
CWG/4A2/55 SUP Secretary-General

2.3 Government telecommunication: A telecommunication originating with any: Head of a State; Head of a government or members of a government; Commanders-in-Chief of military forces, land, sea or air; diplomatic or consular agents; the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Heads of the principal organs of the United Nations; the International Court of Justice, or reply to a government telegram.

2.3
AUS/17/18 MOD Australia

Government telecommunication: A telecommunication originating with any: Head of a State; Head of a government or members of a government; Commanders-in-Chief of military forces, land, sea or air; diplomatic or consular agents; the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Heads of the principal organs of the United Nations; the International Court of Justice, or replyreplies to a government telegramtelecommunications mentioned above.

2.3
ACP/3A1/2 Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

2. Proposal for use of the term “Member”, “Member States”, “Administration”, “Operating Agency”, “Recognized Operating Agency and Recognized Private Operating Agency”
Agreement was reached for the replacement of the term “Member”with “Member State”.
2.2 For the replacement of the term “Administration” with “Member State” or “Operating Agencies”,to be considered on a case by case basis, since some provisions are dealing with responsibilities of Member States; while other provisions are dealing with the responsibilities of Operating Agencies.
2.3 In the ITRs reference is made to Recognized Private Operating Agency.In order to cover all three terms, Operating Agency, Recognized Operating Agency and Recognized Private Operating Agency,a possible option would be to refer to “Operating Agency” as an umbrella term while the two other terms, “Recognized Operating Agency”and “Recognized Private Operating Agency”, should be considered as subset of “Operating Agency”, to cover all possible cases in different countries as the situation may be.

3. Proposal to systematically refer to “ITU Recommendations” rather than to “ITU-T Recommendations”

2.1
2.2
2.3
MEX/20/17 SUP Mexico 2.4
AFCP/19/22 SUP African Region

Service telecommunication

A telecommunication that relates to public international telecommunications and that is exchanged among the following:

– administrations;

– recognized private operating agencies;

– and the Chairman of the Administrative Council, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Directors of the International Consultative Committees, the members of the International Frequency Registration Board, other representatives or authorized officials of the Union, including those working on official matters outside the seat of the Union.

2.4
B/18/18 SUP Brazil 2.4
EUR/16A1/21 SUP European Administrations

Service telecommunication

A telecommunication that relates to public international telecommunications and that is exchanged among the following:

– administrations;

– recognized private operating agencies;

– and the Chairman of the Administrative Council, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Directors of the International Consultative Committees, the members of the International Frequency Registration Board, other representatives or authorized officials of the Union, including those working on official matters outside the seat of the Union.

2.4
CME/15/25 MOD Cameroon

Service telecommunication

A telecommunication that relates to public international telecommunications and that is exchanged by agreement among the following:

administrationsMember States;

– recognizedprivateoperating agencies;

– and the Chairman of the Administrative Council, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Directors of the International Consultative CommitteesBureaux, the members of the International Frequency Registration BoardRadio Regulations Board, and other representatives or authorized officials of the Union, including those working on official matters outside the seat of the Union.

2.4
RCC/14A1/24 MOD RCC

Service telecommunication

A telecommunication that relates to public international telecommunications and that is exchanged among the following:

– administrations;

– operating agencies;

– and the Chairman of the Council, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Directors of the Bureaux, the members of the Radio Regulations Board, other representatives or authorized officials of the Union, including those working on official matters outside the seat of the Union.

2.4
USA/9A2/1 SUP United States

ARTICLE 2
Definitions

Service telecommunication

A telecommunication that relates to public international telecommunications and that is exchanged among the following:

- administrations;

- recognized private operating agencies,

- and the Chairman of the Administrative Council, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Directors of the International Consultative Committees, the members of the International Frequency Registration Board, other representatives or authorized officials of the Union, including those working on official matters outside the seat of the Union.

2
2.4
CWG/4A2/56 MOD Secretary-General

Service telecommunication

A telecommunication that relates to public international telecommunications and that is exchanged [by agreement] among the following:

[administrations | Member States];

[recognized] private operating agencies;

– and the Chairman of the Administrative Council, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Directors of the International Consultative CommitteesBureaux, the members of the International Frequency Registration BoardRadio Regulations Board, and other representatives or authorized officials of the Union, including those working on official matters outside the seat of the Union.

2.4
CWG/4A2/57 SUP Secretary-General

A telecommunication that relates to public international telecommunications and that is exchanged among the following:

– administrations;

– recognized private operating agencies;

– and the Chairman of the Administrative Council, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Directors of the International Consultative Committees, the members of the International Frequency Registration Board, other representatives or authorized officials of the Union, including those working on official matters outside the seat of the Union.

2.4
MEX/20/18 SUP Mexico 2.5
AFCP/19/23 SUP African Region

Privilege telecommunication

2.5
B/18/19 SUP Brazil 2.5
EUR/16A1/22 SUP European Administrations

Privilege telecommunication

2.5
RCC/14A1/25 MOD RCC

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

– sessions of the ITU Council,

– conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Member States of the Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5
2.5.1
CWG/4A2/58 MOD Secretary-General

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union General Secretariat and of the three Bureaux and members of the Radio Regulations Board and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.2 A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union senior officials of the General Secretariat and of the three Bureaux and members of the Radio Regulation Board attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence

2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
CWG/4A2/59 SUP Secretary-General

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

– sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

– conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.2 A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
ACP/3A2/13 SUP Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Privilege telecommunication

2.5
USA/9A2/2 SUP United States

Privilege telecommunication

2.5
MEX/20/19 SUP Mexico 2.5.1
AFCP/19/24 SUP African Region

A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

– sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

– conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.1
B/18/20 SUP Brazil 2.5.1
AUS/17/20 SUP Australia

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

– sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

– conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.2 A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5.1
2.5.2
EUR/16A1/23 SUP European Administrations

A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

– sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

– conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.1
CME/15/26 MOD Cameroon

A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the General Secretariat and of the three Bureaux and members of the Radio Regulations Boardpermanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.1
RCC/14A1/25 MOD RCC

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

– sessions of the ITU Council,

– conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Member States of the Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5
2.5.1
USA/9A2/3 SUP United States

A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.1
CWG/4A2/58 MOD Secretary-General

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union General Secretariat and of the three Bureaux and members of the Radio Regulations Board and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.2 A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union senior officials of the General Secretariat and of the three Bureaux and members of the Radio Regulation Board attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence

2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
CWG/4A2/59 SUP Secretary-General

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

– sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

– conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.2 A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
MEX/20/20 SUP Mexico 2.5.2
AFCP/19/25 SUP African Region

A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5.2
B/18/21 SUP Brazil 2.5.2
AUS/17/20 SUP Australia

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

– sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

– conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.2 A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5.1
2.5.2
EUR/16A1/24 SUP European Administrations

A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5.2
CME/15/27 MOD Cameroon

A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the General Secretariat and of the three Bureaux and members of the Radio Regulations Boardpermanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5.2
RCC/14A1/26 MOD RCC

A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Member States of the Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5.2
USA/9A2/4 SUP United States

A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5.2
CWG/4A2/58 MOD Secretary-General

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union General Secretariat and of the three Bureaux and members of the Radio Regulations Board and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.2 A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union senior officials of the General Secretariat and of the three Bureaux and members of the Radio Regulation Board attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence

2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
CWG/4A2/59 SUP Secretary-General

2.5 Privilege telecommunication

2.5.1 A telecommunication that may be exchanged during:

– sessions of the ITU Administrative Council,

– conferences and meetings of the ITU

between, on the one hand, representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union and their authorized colleagues attending conferences and meetings of the ITU and, on the other, their administrations or recognized private operating agency or the ITU, and relating either to matters under discussion by the Administrative Council, conferences and meetings of the ITU or to public international telecommunications.

2.5.2 A private telecommunication that may be exchanged during sessions of the ITU Administrative Council and conferences and meetings of the ITU by representatives of Members of the Administrative Council, members of delegations, senior officials of the permanent organs of the Union attending ITU conferences and meetings, and the staff of the Secretariat of the Union seconded to ITU conferences and meetings, to enable them to communicate with their country of residence.

2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
MEX/20/21 MOD Mexico

International route: Technical facilities and installations located in different countries and used forto send telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or stationsoffices.

2.6
AFCP/19/26 MOD African Region

International route:All tTechnical facilities,and installations and transmission channels located in different countries and used for the transmission of telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or officestechnical facilities and installations located in different countries.

2.6
B/18/22 MOD Brazil

International route:Technical The connection of facilities and installations located in different countries and used for telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or offices.

2.6
AUS/17/21 NOC Australia

International route: Technical facilities and installations located in different countries and used for telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or offices.

2.6
EUR/16A1/25 SUP European Administrations

International route: Technical facilities and installations located in different countries and used for telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or offices.

2.6
CME/15/28 MOD Cameroon

International route:TechnicalA route for the transmission of traffic between technicalfacilities and installations located in different countries and used for telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or offices.

2.6
RCC/14A1/27 MOD RCC

International route:A route for the transmission of traffic between technical facilities and installations located in different countries.

2.6
RCC/14A1/27 MOD RCC

International route:A route for the transmission of traffic between technical facilities and installations located in different countries.

2.6
USA/9A1/21 SUP United States

International route: Technical facilities and installations located in different countries and used for telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or offices.

2.6
CWG/4A2/60 NOC Secretary-General

International route: Technical facilities and installations located in different countries and used for telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or offices.

2.6
CWG/4A2/61 MOD Secretary-General

International route: Technical A route for the transmission of traffic between technical facilities and installations located in different countries and used for telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or offices.

2.6
CWG/4A2/62 MOD Secretary-General

International route: Technical facilities and installations located in different countries and used forto send telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or stationsoffices.

2.6
CWG/4A2/63 SUP Secretary-General

International route: Technical facilities and installations located in different countries and used for telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or offices.

2.6
ACP/3A2/14 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

International route: Technical facilities and installations located in different countries and used for telecommunication traffic between two international telecommunication terminal exchanges or offices.

2.6
PRG/29/4 MOD Paraguay

Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries Agreement between recognized operating agencies, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*, for:

i) the provision of an international telecommunications service under a commercial agreement, and/or;

ii) the exchange of traffic, where it exists, between two terminal countries:

2.7
MEX/20/22 SUP Mexico 2.7
AFCP/19/27 MOD African Region

Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*: Operating Agencies located in two different countries by appropriate means.

2.7
B/18/23 SUP Brazil 2.7
AUS/17/22 SUP Australia

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
EUR/16A1/26 SUP European Administrations

Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

2.7
CME/15/29 MOD Cameroon

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*operating agencies:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts by billing systems.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
RCC/14A1/28 MOD RCC

Relation:Exchange of traffic between two countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations/operating agencies:

2.7
USA/9A1/22 SUP United States

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
CWG/4A2/64 MOD Secretary-General

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*operating agencies:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts [by manual or other billing systems as appropriate].

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
CWG/4A2/65 SUP Secretary-General

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
PRG/29/5 NOC Paraguay

a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:
– over direct circuits (direct relation), or
– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

2.7 a)
MEX/20/23 SUP Mexico 2.7 a)
AFCP/19/28 SUP African Region

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

2.7 a)
B/18/24 SUP Brazil 2.7 a)
AUS/17/22 SUP Australia

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
EUR/16A1/27 SUP European Administrations

a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

2.7 a)
CME/15/29 MOD Cameroon

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*operating agencies:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts by billing systems.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
RCC/14A1/29 (MOD) RCC

a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

2.7 a)
USA/9A1/22 SUP United States

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
CWG/4A2/64 MOD Secretary-General

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*operating agencies:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts [by manual or other billing systems as appropriate].

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
CWG/4A2/65 SUP Secretary-General

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
PRG/29/6 NOC Paraguay

normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7 b)
MEX/20/24 SUP Mexico 2.7 b)
AFCP/19/29 SUP African Region

normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7 b)
B/18/25 SUP Brazil 2.7 b)
AUS/17/22 SUP Australia

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
EUR/16A1/28 SUP European Administrations

normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7 b)
CME/15/29 MOD Cameroon

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*operating agencies:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts by billing systems.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
RCC/14A1/30 (MOD) RCC

normally, the settlement of accounts.
Reasons: Definition used later in the text of the ITRs.Editorial corrections affecting the Russian version only.

2.7 b)
USA/9A1/22 SUP United States

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
CWG/4A2/64 MOD Secretary-General

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*operating agencies:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

– over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts [by manual or other billing systems as appropriate].

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
CWG/4A2/65 SUP Secretary-General

2.7 Relation: Exchange of traffic between two terminal countries, always referring to a specific service if there is between their administrations*:

a) a means for the exchange of traffic in that specific service:

over direct circuits (direct relation), or

– via a point of transit in a third country (indirect relation), and

b) normally, the settlement of accounts.

2.7
2.7 a)
2.7 b)
MEX/20/25 MOD Mexico

Accounting rate: The rate agreed between administrations*recognized operating agencies in a given relation that is used for the establishment of international accounts.

2.8
AFCP/19/30 African Region

Accounting Termination rate:The rRate agreed between administrations* in a given relation that is used for the establishment of international accounts.corresponding to the remuneration of the use of an Operating Agency’s network to complete international traffic on its network, or third party’s network.

2.8
B/18/26 MOD Brazil

Accounting rate: The rate agreed between administrations* in a given relation settled in mutual agreements that is used for the establishment of international accounts for international telecommunication services.

2.8
AUS/17/23 SUP Australia

Accounting rate: The rate agreed between administrations* in a given relation that is used for the establishment of international accounts.

2.8
EUR/16A1/29 SUP European Administrations

Accounting rate: The rate agreed between administrations* in a given relation that is used for the establishment of international accounts.

2.8
CME/15/30 MOD Cameroon

Accounting rate: The rate agreed between administrations*between operating agencies in a given relation that is used for the establishment of international accounts for international telecommunication services.

2.8
RCC/14A1/31 MOD RCC

Accounting rate:The rate agreed between administrations/operating agenciesin a given relation that is used for the establishment of international accounts for international telecommunication services.

2.8
USA/9A1/23 SUP United States

Accounting rate: The rate agreed between administrations* in a given relation that is used for the establishment of international accounts.

2.8
CWG/4A2/66 MOD Secretary-General

Accounting rate: The rate agreed [between administrations* | between [administrations/]operating agencies] in a given relation that is used for the establishment of international accounts [for international telecommunication services].

2.8
CWG/4A2/67 SUP Secretary-General

Accounting rate: The rate agreed between administrations* in a given relation that is used for the establishment of international accounts.

2.8
MEX/20/26 SUP Mexico 2.9
AFCP/19/31 MOD African Region

Collection charge: The charge established and collected by an administration*Operating Agency from its customers for the use of an international telecommunication service.

2.9
AUS/17/24 MOD Australia

Collection charge: The charge established and collected by an administration*a recognized operating agency from its customers for the use of an international telecommunication service.

2.9
EUR/16A1/30 SUP European Administrations

Collection charge: The charge established and collected by an administration* from its customers for the use of an international telecommunication service.

2.9
CME/15/31 MOD Cameroon

Collection charge: The charge established and collected by an administration*operating agency from its customers for the use of an international telecommunication service.

2.9
RCC/14A1/32 MOD RCC

Collection charge:The charge established and collected by administrations/operating agenciesfrom theircustomers for the use of an international telecommunication service.

2.9
USA/9A1/24 MOD United States

Collection charge: The charge established and collected by an administration*/ROA from its customers for the use of an international telecommunication service.

2.9
CWG/4A2/68 MOD Secretary-General

Collection charge: The charge established and collected by an administration*/ROA from its customers for the use of an international telecommunication service.

2.9
CWG/4A2/69 MOD Secretary-General

Collection charge: The charge established and collected [by an administration* | by an [administration/]operating agency] from its customers for the use of an international telecommunication service.

2.9
CWG/4A2/70 SUP Secretary-General

Collection charge: The charge established and collected by an administration* from its customers for the use of an international telecommunication service.

2.9
IND/21/17 ADD India

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3.5 Member States shall ensure that international naming, numbering, addressing and identification resources are used only by the assignees and only for the purposes for which they were assigned; and that unassigned resources are not used. The provisions of the relevant ITU-T Recommendations shall be applied.

3
3.5
MEX/20/29 MOD Mexico

Article 3

International Network

3.1 Administrations of MembersStates shall ensure that administrations*shall supervise and check that operating agencies cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service for users.

3
3.1
AUS/17/26 NOC Australia

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
USA/9A2/5 MOD United States

ARTICLE 3
International Network
Members States shall encourage ensure that administrations*and ROAs to cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service.

3
3.1
INS/8/2 ADD Indonesia

ARTICLE 3
International Network
3.4A Recognizing the souvereign right of each Member, interalia in regulating the degree of acceptability of information within their countries, administrations and service providers engaged with international network shall take due considerations in their cooperation in solving their diverse interests and their implications to the degree of cybercrime.

3
3.4A
B1/43/8 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
R1/46/6 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
AFCP/19/36 NOC African Region

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
B/18/28 NOC Brazil

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
EUR/16A1/32 NOC European Administrations

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
CME/15/50 NOC Cameroon

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
RCC/14A1/49 NOC RCC

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
USA/9A1/26 NOC United States

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
ARB/7/29 NOC Arab States

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
CWG/4A2/108 NOC Secretary-General

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3
MEX/20/29 MOD Mexico

Article 3

International Network

3.1 Administrations of MembersStates shall ensure that administrations*shall supervise and check that operating agencies cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service for users.

3
3.1
AFCP/19/37 MOD African Region

Member States shall ensure that administrations*Operating Agencies cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service.

3.1
B/18/29 MOD Brazil

Members States shall ensure that administrations*operating agencies cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory minimum quality of service[,taking into consideration the relevant Recommendations of the ITU].

3.1
AUS/17/27 MOD Australia

Members States shall ensure that administrations*encourage recognized operating agencies to cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service.

3.1
EUR/16A1/33 MOD European Administrations

Members States shall ensure that administrations*encourage recognizedoperating agencies to cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service.

3.1
RCC/14A1/50 MOD RCC

Member States shall ensure that administrations/operating agencies cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service.

3.1
USA/9A2/5 MOD United States

ARTICLE 3
International Network
Members States shall encourage ensure that administrations*and ROAs to cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service.

3
3.1
ARB/7/30 MOD Arab States

Members States shall ensure that administrations*operating agencies cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service and above a minimum level taking into consideration the relevant Recommendations of the ITU.

3.1
CWG/4A2/109 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall ensure thatencourage administrations* and ROAs to cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service.

3.1
CWG/4A2/110 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall ensure that administrations*operating agencies cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service [and above a minimum level taking into consideration the relevant Recommendations of the ITU | and above a minimum level corresponding to the relevant ITU-T Recommendation]. [Member States shall facilitate the development of international IP interconnections providing both best effort delivery and end to end quality of service delivery.].

3.1
CWG/4A2/111 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall ensure that administrations* encourage operating agencies to cooperate in the establishment, operation and maintenance of the international network to provide a satisfactory quality of service.

3.1
ISR/28/4 MOD Israel

Member States shall encourage the provision of sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the demand for international telecommunication services inter alia through the fostering of competitive and liberalised telecommunication markets.

3.2
MEX/20/30 MOD Mexico

Administrations*Member States shall endeavour to provide foster the deployment of sufficient telecommunication facilities networks to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services.

3.2
AFCP/19/38 MOD African Region

Administrations*Member States shall endeavour to establish policies that promote the provision of technical facilities that support provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services,and shall ensure that Operating Agencies endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements and demand for these services.

3.2
B/18/30 MOD Brazil

Administrations* shall endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities Member States shall establish policies to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services, taking into account a sustainable regulatory framework for these services.

3.2
EUR/16A1/34 MOD European Administrations

Administrations*Member States shall endeavour to provide encourage the provision of sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services inter alia through the fostering of competitive and liberalised telecommunication markets.

3.2
CME/15/52 MOD Cameroon

Administrations* shall endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities Member States shall establish policies to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services.

3.2
RCC/14A1/51 MOD RCC

Member States shall establish policies to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services.

3.2
USA/9A2/6 MOD United States

Administrations*Member States shall encourage investment in endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services,inter alia through the fostering of competitive and liberalized telecommunication markets.

3.2
ARB/7/31 MOD Arab States

Administrations*Member States shall establish policies that promote the provision of technical facilities that support international telecommunication and shallensure that operating agencies endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunications/ICT services.

3.2
CWG/4A2/112 MOD Secretary-General

Administrations*Member States shall endeavour to establish policies that promote the provision of technical facilities that support provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services [and shall ensure that Operating Agencies endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements and demand for these services].

3.2
CWG/4A2/113 MOD Secretary-General

Administrations*Member States shall ensure that operating agencies endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services/ICTs.

3.2
CWG/4A2/114 MOD Secretary-General

Administrations* Member States shall ensure that operating agencies endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services.

3.2
CWG/4A2/115 MOD Secretary-General

Administrations* shall endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities Member States shall establish policies to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services.

3.2
CWG/4A2/116 MOD Secretary-General

[Administrations*Operating agencies shall endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services. For this purpose, and to ensure an adequate return on investment in high bandwidth infrastructures, operating agencies shall negotiate commercial agreements to achieve a sustainable system of fair compensation for telecommunications services and, where appropriate, respecting the principle of sending party network pays.]

3.2
CWG/4A2/117 SUP Secretary-General

3.2 Administrations* shall endeavour to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services.

3.2
AUS/17/28 ADD Australia

Administrations*Member States shall endeavourencourage recognized operating agencies to provide sufficient telecommunication facilities to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services.

3.2
MEX/20/31 MOD Mexico

Administrations*Operating agencies shall determine by mutual agreement which international routes are they intend to be used and in accordance with the national law of the country concerned shall duly inform the Member States involved. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations*operating agencies concerned, the origin administration* operating agency has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*operating agencies.

3.3
AFCP/19/39 MOD African Region

Administrations*Operating Agencies shall determine by mutual agreement which international routes are to be used. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration* has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*.Member States/Operating Agencies shall have the right to know which international routes are used for carrying the traffic.

3.3
B/18/31 SUP Brazil 3.3
AUS/17/29 MOD Secretary-General

Administrations*Member States shall allow recognized operating agencies to determine by mutual agreement which international routes are to be used. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration*recognized operating agency has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*recognized operating agency.

3.3
EUR/16A1/35 SUP European Administrations

Administrations* shall determine by mutual agreement which international routes are to be used. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration* has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*.

3.3
CME/15/53 MOD Cameroon

Administrations*Operating agencies shall determine by mutual agreement which international routes are to be used. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration* has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*.A Member State has the right to know how its traffic is routed and should have the right to impose any routing regulations in this regard, for purposes of security and countering fraud.

3.3
RCC/14A1/52 SUP RCC 3.3
RCC/14A1/53 ADD RCC

Member States and administrations/operating agencies shall have the right to know which international routes are used for carrying traffic.

3.3
USA/9A1/27 SUP United States

Administrations* shall determine by mutual agreement which international routes are to be used. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration* has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*.

3.3
ARB/7/32 MOD Arab States

Administrations*Operating agencies shall determine by mutual agreement which international routes are to be used. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration* has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*.A Member State has the right to know the route of its traffic where technically feasible.

3.3
CWG/4A2/118 MOD Secretary-General

Administrations* Member States shall have the power to determine by mutual agreement which internationalnational routes are to be used for the management of international communications. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration* has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*.

3.3
CWG/4A2/119 MOD Secretary-General

Administrations*Operating agencies shall determine by mutual agreement which international routes are to be used. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration* has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*.[A Member State has the right to know how its traffic is routed. |A Member State shall have the right to know through where its traffic has been routed, and should have the right to impose any routeing regulations in this regard, for purposes of security and countering fraud].

3.3
CWG/4A2/120 MOD Secretary-General

Administrations* shall determine by mutual agreement which international routes are to be used. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration* has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*. Member States/operating agencies shall have the right to know which international routes are used for carrying traffic.

3.3
CWG/4A2/121 SUP Secretary-General

Administrations* shall determine by mutual agreement which international routes are to be used. Pending agreement and provided that there is no direct route existing between the terminal administrations* concerned, the origin administration* has the choice to determine the routing of its outgoing telecommunication traffic, taking into account the interests of the relevant transit and destination administrations*.

3.3
MEX/20/32 MOD Mexico

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*, has the right to send traffic. Member States shall encourage operating agencies recognized by them to maintain aA satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicablefor users, corresponding to relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

3.4
MEX/20/32 MOD Mexico

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*, has the right to send traffic. Member States shall encourage operating agencies recognized by them to maintain aA satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicablefor users, corresponding to relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

3.4
AFCP/19/40 MOD African Region

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*Operating Agency, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service [and above a minimum level] should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable and as much as possible, corresponding to relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

3.4
B/18/32 MOD Brazil

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*operating agency, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant CCITT Recommendations.

3.4
AUS/17/30 MOD Australia

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by anadministration*a recognized operating agency, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

3.4
EUR/16A1/37 MOD European Administrations

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international telecommunication network established by anadministration*recognized operating agency, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

3.4
CME/15/54 MOD Cameroon

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*operating agency, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant CCITT Recommendations.

3.4
RCC/14A1/54 MOD RCC

The public, by having access to the international telecommunication network, has the right to receive international telecommunication services.

3.4
USA/9A2/7 MOD United States

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*/ROA, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant ITU-T CCITT Recommendations.

3.4
ARB/7/33 MOD Arab States

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*operating agency, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service and above a minimum level should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant CCITT Recommendations of the ITU.

3.4
CWG/4A2/122 MOD Secretary-General

Member States recognize the right of the public to correspond by means of the international service of public correspondence. The services, the charges and the safeguards shall be the same for all users in each category of correspondence without any priority or preference.Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

3.4
CWG/4A2/123 MOD Secretary-General

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*/ROA, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

3.4
CWG/4A2/124 MOD Secretary-General

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*operating agency, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service and above a minimum level should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations of the ITU.

3.4
CWG/4A2/125 MOD Secretary-General

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*operating agency, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service [and above a minimum level] should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable and as much as possible, corresponding to relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

3.4
CWG/4A2/126 SUP Secretary-General

Subject to national law, any user, by having access to the international network established by an administration*, has the right to send traffic. A satisfactory quality of service should be maintained to the greatest extent practicable, corresponding to relevant CCITT Recommendations.

3.4
CUB/26/1 ADD Cuba

International Internet connection conditions

3.5
IND/21/17 ADD India

ARTICLE 3
International Network

3.5 Member States shall ensure that international naming, numbering, addressing and identification resources are used only by the assignees and only for the purposes for which they were assigned; and that unassigned resources are not used. The provisions of the relevant ITU-T Recommendations shall be applied.

3
3.5
B/18/33 ADD Brazil

Member States shall ensure that international naming, numbering, addressing and identification resources are used only by the assignees and only for the purposes for which they were assigned and that unassigned resources shall not be used. Member States shall also endeavour to prevent misuse and misappropriation of these resources.

3.5
CME/15/55 ADD Cameroon

Member States shall ensure that international naming, numbering, addressing and identification resources are used only by the assignees and only for the purposes for which they were assigned; and that unassigned resources are not used. The provisions of the relevant ITU-T Recommendations shall be applied.

3.5
RCC/14A1/55 ADD RCC

Member States shall ensure correct transmission of the calling party number/address/name/identity.

3.5
CWG/4A2/127 NOC Secretary-General 3.5
CWG/4A2/128 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall endeavour to prevent misuse and misappropriation of numbering resources.

3.5
CWG/4A2/129 ADD Secretary-General

Misuse and misappropriation of numbering resources should be prevented to the greatest extent practicable, by implementing the relevant ITU-T Resolutions and Recommendations and, as appropriate, by transposing them to national laws.

3.5
CWG/4A2/130 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that administrations, recognized operating agencies, and operating agencies which operate in their territory and provide international telecommunications services offered to the public apply the ITU-T Resolutions and Recommendations relating to naming, numbering, addressing and identification.

3.5
CWG/4A2/131 ADD Secretary-General

Notwithstanding the provisions of Art.1, §1.4 and §1.6, and to enshrine the purpose set out in the Preamble; in Art. 1, §1.3; in Art.3, §3.3.; and taking into account Art.3, §3.1, Members shall require, subject to national law, that administrations, recognized operating agencies, and private operating agencies which operate in their territory and provide international telecommunications services offered to the public, apply the ITU-T Recommendations and national laws relating to naming, numbering, addressing and identification, including any Instructions forming part of, or derived from, said Recommendations.

3.5
CWG/4A2/132 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that the legal and regulatory frameworks and instruments applicable in their territories shall mandate [Administrations, Recognized Operating Agencies, and] Operating Agencies which operate in their territory and provide international telecommunications services offered to the public to apply the ITU-T Resolutions and Recommendations relating to naming, numbering, addressing and identification. [Member States shall ensure that these resources are used only by the assignees and only for the purposes for which they were assigned; and that unassigned resources are not used.]

3.5
CWG/4A2/133 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that the legal and regulatory frameworks and instruments applicable in their territories shall mandate operating agencies which operate in their territory and provide international telecommunications services offered to the public to apply the following ITU-T Recommendations relating to naming, numbering, addressing and identification: E.190, E.164, E.164.1, E.212, E.156, E.157, Q.708.

3.5
CWG/4A2/134 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that international naming, numbering, addressing and identification resources are used only by the assignees and only for the purposes for which they were assigned; and that unassigned resources are not used. The provisions of the relevant ITU-T Recommendations shall be applied.

3.5
CWG/4A2/135 ADD Secretary-General

Members shall ensure, consistent with technical capabilities and national legal and regulatory frameworks, that telecommunication administrations and operators under their jurisdiction neither participate in the misuse/misappropriation of numbering resources not assigned to them or assigned to other administrations and operators, nor use these resources using procedures that do not conform to the relevant ITU-T Recommendations’ assignment criteria.

3.5
CWG/4A2/136 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that international naming, numbering, addressing and identification resources are used only by the assignees and only for the purposes for which they were assigned; and that unassigned resources shall not be used. The provisions of the relevant ITU Recommendations shall [be applied |apply].

3.5
CWG/4A2/137 ADD Secretary-General

Member States should encourage the appropriate use of numbering resources, which are the responsibility and remit of the ITU, so that they are used only for the purposes for which they were assigned. Member States shall endeavour to ensure that unassigned resources, which are the responsibility and remit of the ITU, are not used.

3.5
CWG/4A2/138 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall encourage the appropriate use of numbering resources so that they are used only by the assignees and only for the purposes for which they were assigned. In accordance with the relevant ITU-T Recommendations, Member States shall endeavor to ensure that unassigned resources are not used.

3.5
CWG/4A2/139 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that numbering, naming, addressing and identification resources in international telecommunication networks are used in accordance with their intended purpose and stipulated allocation.

3.5
CWG/4A2/140 ADD Secretary-General

3.5 a) Member States shall ensure that international naming, numbering, addressing and identification resources specified in the ITU-T Recommendations are used only by the assignees and only for the purposes for which they were assigned; and that unassigned resources are not used.
b) Member states shall, if they so elect, be able to control all naming, numbering, addressing and identification resources used within their territories for international telecommunications/ICTs.

3.5
3.5 a)
3.5 b)
CUB/26/2 ADD Cuba

Operating agencies involved in the provision of international Internet connections shall negotiate mutual agreements with the parties concerned, taking into account the possible need for fair compensation for the value of the corresponding constituent elements.

3.6
IND/21/18 ADD India

International calling party number delivery shall be provided in accordance with relevant ITU-T Recommendations.

3.6
MEX/20/33 ADD Mexico

Members shall ensure, consistent with technical capabilities and national legal and regulatory frameworks, that operating agencies cooperate in the implementation and application of the following measures:
– Operating agencies originating calls must provide the prefix designating the calling country code, in conformity with the relevant ITU-T Recommendations.
– Transit operating agencies must cooperate in identifying and transmitting to termination operating agenciesthe code identifying the calling line corresponding to the traffic they receive.

3.6
B/18/34 ADD Brazil

Member States should encourage network operators and service providers to:
- implement calling party identification features in the international telecommunication services using naming, numbering and other resources, where technically possible;
- use appropriate standards when implementing calling party identification features;
- ensure the requirements associated with data protection, data privacy, consumer protection, and emergency provisions are met, when implementing calling party identification features.

3.6
CME/15/56 ADD Cameroon

Member States or operating agencies involved in a communication route – and in particular in transit nodes – shall ensure, to the greatest extent practicable, the provision, transport and forward of international calling party number delivery, calling line identification or origination identification, and its integrity end-to-end, in accordance with the relevant ITU-T Recommendations. Member States may provide for data privacy and data protection by authorizing the masking of information other than the country and operating agency identification codes or equivalent originating identifiers, but that masked information shall be made available to duly authorized law enforcement agencies.

3.6
RCC/14A1/56 ADD RCC

Member States shall endeavour to provide, in a timely manner, sufficient numbering, naming, identification and addressing resources on telecommunication networks and provide competing (including at global level) mechanisms for their allocation in order to meet the requirements of and demand for international telecommunication services.

3.6
ARB/7/35 ADD Arab States

Member States shall, through various channels open to them, ensure that operating agencies:
- implement CLI features, where technically possible; including at least presentation of country code, national destination code or equivalent origination identifiers in accordance with the relevant Recommendations of ITU
- use appropriate standards when implementing CLI features,
- ensure that integrity and correctness of CLI is maintained end to end
- ensure that the requirements associated with data protection and data privacy are met; but any masked information shall be made available to duly authorized law enforcement agencies.

3.6
CWG/4A2/141 NOC Secretary-General 3.6
CWG/4A2/142 ADD Secretary-General

International calling party number delivery shall be provided [taking into account | in accordance with] relevant ITU-T Recommendations.

3.6
CWG/4A2/143 ADD Secretary-General

International calling party number delivery shall be provided in accordance with relevant ITU-T Recommendations[, to the greatest extent practicable].

3.6
CWG/4A2/144 ADD Secretary-General

Members shall ensure, consistent with technical capabilities and national legal and regulatory frameworks, that telecommunication administrations and operators cooperate in the implementation and application of the following measures:
– Administrations and operators originating calls must provide the prefix designating the calling country code, in conformity with the relevant ITU-T Recommendations.
– Transit administrations and operators must cooperate in identifying and transmitting to termination administrations and operators the code identifying the calling line corresponding to the traffic they receive.
– Members will be able to respect the privacy of the data of the calling user, provided those data involve neither the code of the country of origin nor the national destination code.

3.6
CWG/4A2/145 ADD Secretary-General

International calling party number delivery [and/or originating identification] shall be provided in accordance with relevant ITU-T Recommendations[, to the greatest extent practicable]. Member States[, in certain specific circumstances,] may provide for data privacy by authorizing the masking of information other than the country code and national destination code[, but that masked information shall be made available to duly authorized law enforcement agencies].

3.6
CWG/4A2/146 ADD Secretary-General

Member States or Operating Agencies involved in a communication route – and in particular in transit nodes – shall ensure, to the greatest extent practicable, the provision, transport and forward of international calling party number delivery, calling line identification and/or origination identification, and its integrity end-to-end, in accordance with the relevant ITU-T Recommendations. Member States may provide for data privacy and data protection by authorizing the masking of information other than the country and operating agency identification codes or equivalent originating identifiers, but that masked information shall be made available to duly authorized law enforcement agencies.

3.6
CWG/4A2/147 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall encourage the provision of international calling party number delivery in accordance with the relevant ITU-T Recommendations.

3.6
CWG/4A2/148 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall, through various channels open to them, ensure that operating agencies:
– implement CLI features, where technically possible
– use appropriate standards when implementing CLI features,
– ensure that integrity of CLI is maintained end to end
– ensure that the requirements associated with data protection and data privacy are met.

3.6
CWG/4A2/149 ADD Secretary-General

Member States should, through various channels open to them, encourage network operators and service providers to:
– implement CLI features, in the international public switched telephony network services using naming, numbering and other resources within the remit and responsibility of the ITU, where technically possible,
– use appropriate standards when implementing CLI features,
– ensure the requirements associated with data protection, data privacy, consumer protection, and emergency provisions are met, when implementing CLI features.

3.6
CWG/4A2/150 ADD Secretary-General

Member states shall, through various channels open to them, ensure that Operating Agencies implement Calling Line Identification (CLI) features, where technically possible, including at least presentation of country code, national destination code or equivalent origination identifiers in accordance with the relevant ITU-T Recommendations; ensure that integrity of the CLI is maintained end-to-end; ensure that the requirements associated with data protection and data privacy are met, but such masked information shall be made available to duly authorized law enforcement agencies. Member States may impose additional obligations.

3.6
CWG/4A2/151 ADD Secretary-General

3.6 Member States shall ensure correct transmission of the calling party number / address / name / identity.

3.6
CWG/4A2/152 ADD Secretary-General

Calling Party Identification is a basic right to any called party telecommunicated internationally, unless national legal and regulatory frameworks of the originating country conditionally restrict this identification excluding the Country Code and the National Destination Code. Member States shall endeavor to ensure that Administrations, ROAs and OAs which operate in their territory and provide international telecommunications services offered to the public to provide the delivery of the Calling Party Number to the called party.

3.6
CWG/4A2/153 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies duly identify the subscriber when providing international telecommunication services, and shall ensure the appropriate processing, transmission and protection of identification information in international telecommunication networks.

3.6
CUB/26/3 ADD Cuba

Non-discriminatory Internet access and use

3.7
B/18/35 ADD Brazil

Member States should foster the implementation of regional traffic exchange points with a view to improve quality, increase the connectivity and resilience of networks, and reduce the costs of international telecommunication connections.

3.7
CME/15/57 ADD Cameroon

Administrations shall take appropriate measures nationally to ensure that all parties (including operating agencies authorized by Member States) involved in the provision of international Internet connections negotiate and agree to bilateral commercial arrangements, or an alternative type of arrangement between administrations,enabling direct international Internetconnections that take into account the possible need for compensation between them for the value of elements such as traffic flow, number of routes, geographical coverage and cost of international transmission, and the possible application of network externalities, amongst others.

3.7
ARB/7/36 ADD Arab States

Member states shall take appropriate measures nationally to ensure that all parties (including operating agencies) involved in the provision of international telecommunication connections negotiate and agree to bilateral commercial arrangements, or an alternative type of arrangements, enabling direct international telecommunication connections that take into account the possible need for compensation between them for the value of elements such as traffic flow, number of routes, and cost of international transmission.

3.7
CWG/4A2/154 NOC Secretary-General 3.7
CWG/4A2/155 ADD Secretary-General

Member states shall take appropriate measures nationally to ensure that all parties (including [recognized] operating agencies) involved in the provision of international telecommunication connections on any kind of network negotiate and agree to bilateral commercial arrangements, or an alternative type of arrangement [between Member States or recognized operating agencies], enabling direct international telecommunication Internet connections on any kind of network that take into account the possible need for compensation between [them | the mentioned recognized operating agencies] for the value of elements such as traffic flow, number of routes, and cost of international transmission, [and the possible application of network externalities, amongst others].

3.7
CUB/26/4 ADD Cuba

Member States shall refrain from taking unilateral and/or discriminatory actions that could impede another Member State’s access to public Internet sites.

3.8
CWG/4A2/156 NOC Secretary-General 3.8
CWG/4A2/157 ADD Secretary-General

The public having access to the international network shall have the right to transmit traffic.

3.8
RUS/27/6 ADD Russia

Article 3A Internet

3A
RUS/27/7 ADD Russia

Internet governance shall be effected through the development and application by governments, the private sector and civil society of shared principles, norms, rules, decision-making procedures and programmes that shape the evolution and use of the Internet.

3A.1
RUS/27/8 ADD Russia

Member States shall have equal rights to manage the Internet, including in regard to the allotment, assignment and reclamation of Internet numbering, naming, addressing and identification resources and to support for the operation and development of basic Internet infrastructure.

3A.2
RUS/27/9 ADD Russia

Member States shall have the sovereign right to establish and implement public policy, including international policy, on matters of Internet governance, and to regulate the national Internet segment, as well as the activities within their territory of operating agencies providing Internet access or carrying Internet traffic.

3A.3
RUS/27/10 ADD Russia

Member States should endeavour to establish policies aimed at meeting public requirements with respect to Internet access and use, and at assisting, including through international cooperation, administrations and operating agencies in supporting the operation and development of the Internet.

3A.4
RUS/27/11 ADD Russia

Member States should ensure that administrations and operating agencies cooperate in ensuring the integrity, reliable operation and security of the national Internet segment, direct relations for the carrying of Internet traffic and the basic Internet infrastructure.

3A.5
AUS/17/31 NOC Australia

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
B1/43/9 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
R1/46/7 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
AFCP/19/43 NOC African Region

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
B/18/36 NOC Brazil

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
EUR/16A1/39 NOC European Administrations

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
CME/15/58 NOC Cameroon

Article 4

International Telecommunication Services

4
RCC/14A1/57 (MOD) RCC

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
USA/9A2/8 NOC United States

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
ARB/7/37 NOC Arab States

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
CWG/4A2/158 NOC Secretary-General

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
ACP/3A2/16 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

ARTICLE 4
International Telecommunication Services

4
MEX/20/34 MOD Mexico

Members States shall promote the implementation of international telecommunication services and shall endeavour to make ensure that such services generally available are provided to the public in by their national network(s)recognized operating agencies.

4.1
AFCP/19/44 MOD African Region

Members States shall promote the implementation of international telecommunication services and shall endeavour to ensure that Operating Agencies make such International Telecommunicationsservices generally available to the public in their national network(s).

4.1
B/18/37 MOD Brazil

Members States shallestablish policies to promote the implementation development of international telecommunication services and shall endeavour to make such services generally availableto foster their availabilityin their national network(s).

4.1
AUS/17/32 MOD Australia

Members Statesshall promote recognize that the implementation and development of international telecommunication services and needs to be promoted. Member Statesshall endeavour to makeensure that such services are made generally available to the public in their national network(s).

4.1
EUR/16A1/40 MOD European Administrations

Members States shall, to the greatest extent practicable, establish policies to promote the implementation development of international telecommunication services and shall endeavour to make such services generally availableto foster the general availability to the public of such servicesin their national network(s).

4.1
CME/15/59 MOD Cameroon

Members States shall promote the implementation and development of international telecommunications/ICTs services and. They shall also endeavour to ensure that operating agencies make such international telecommunication services generally available to the public in their national network(s).

4.1
RCC/14A1/58 MOD RCC

Member States shall promote the availability of international telecommunication services to the public.

4.1
USA/9A2/9 MOD United States

Members States shall, to the greatest extent practicable, establish policies to promote the development implementation of international telecommunication services that are and shall endeavour to make such services generally available to the public in their national network(s).

4.1
ARB/7/38 MOD Arab States

Members States shall promote the implementation and development of international telecommunications/ICTservices. and They shall also endeavour to ensure that operating agencies make such international telecommunication/ICTservices generally available to the public in their national network(s).

4.1
CWG/4A2/159 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall, to the greatest extent practicable, establish policies to promote the implementation development of international telecommunication services and shall endeavour to make such servicesthat are generally available to the public in their national network(s).

4.1
CWG/4A2/160 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall, to the greatest extent practicable, establish policies to promote the implementation development of international telecommunication services and shall endeavour to make such services generally availableto foster the general availability to the public of such servicesin their national network(s).

4.1
CWG/4A2/161 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall promote the implementation and development of international telecommunications/ICTs services and. They shall also endeavour to ensure that operating agencies make such international telecommunication services generally available to the public in their national network(s).

4.1
CWG/4A2/162 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall promote the availability implementation of international telecommunication services and shall endeavour to make such services generally available to the public in their national network(s).

4.1
ACP/3A2/17 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Members Statesshall promote recognize that the implementation and development of international telecommunication services and need to be promoted. They shall also endeavour to makethat such services be made generally available to the public in their national network(s).

4.1
MEX/20/35 MOD Mexico

Members States shall ensure that administrations*operating agencies cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

4.2
AFCP/19/45 MOD African Region

Members States shall ensure that administrations*Operating Agencies cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

4.2
B/18/38 MOD Brazil

Members States shall ensure thatencourageadministrationsoperating agencies to cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide, by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITT ITU-TRecommendations.

4.2
EUR/16A1/41 MOD European Administrations

Members States shall ensure thatencourageadministrations*recognized operating agencies to cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual commercial agreements, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

4.2
CME/15/60 MOD Cameroon

Members States shall ensure that administrations*operating agencies cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITTRecommendations of the ITU.

4.2
RCC/14A1/59 MOD RCC

Member States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations/operating agencies cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication servicesof any type, including, but not limited to:

– services for carrying traffic (including services for carrying Internet traffic and data transmission);

– telecommunication roaming services;

– services for the provision of telecommunication channels;

– services in the public international telegraph service;

– services in the international telex service;

– telematic telecommunication services;

– multimedia telecommunication services;

– convergent telecommunication services;

– global telecommunication services.

4.2
USA/9A2/10 MOD United States

Members Statesshall encourage ensure that administrations*/ROAs to cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant ITU-T CCITT Recommendations.

4.2
ARB/7/39 MOD Arab States

Members States shall ensure that administrations*operating agencies cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication/ICT services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITT Recommendations of the ITU.

4.2
CWG/4A2/163 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall ensure thatencourage administrations*/ROAs to cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

4.2
CWG/4A2/164 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall ensure that administrations*operating agencies cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations of the ITU.

4.2
CWG/4A2/165 MOD Secretary-General

Members States shall ensure that administrations*/operating agencies cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services of any type, including, but not limited to: which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITT Recommendations

services for carrying traffic (including services for carrying Internet traffic and data transmission);

telecommunication roaming services;

services for the provision of telecommunication channels;

services in the public international telegraph service;

services in the international telex service;

telematic telecommunication services;

multimedia telecommunication services;

convergent telecommunication services;

global telecommunication services.

4.2
CWG/4A2/166 SUP Secretary-General

Members shall ensure that administrations* cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITT Recommendations.

4.2
ACP/3A2/18 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Member States shall to the extend possible ensure that administrations*operating agencies* cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITT ITU-TRecommendations.

4.2
AUS/17/33 MOD Australia

Member States shall,to the extent possible ensure that administrations*recognized operating agencies cooperate within the framework of these Regulations to provide by mutual agreement, a wide range of international telecommunication services which should conform, to the greatest extent practicable, to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

4.2
IND/21/19 MOD India

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimumsatisfactory quality of service corresponding to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
MEX/20/36 MOD Mexico

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*recognized operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimum quality of service corresponding that is satisfactory to the users, if applicable, having regard to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
AFCP/19/46 MOD African Region

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*Operating Agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimumsatisfactory quality of service corresponding to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
B/18/39 MOD Brazil

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimum quality of service corresponding to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
AUS/17/34 MOD Australia

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*recognized operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimum quality of service corresponding to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
EUR/16A1/42 MOD European Administrations

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*recognized operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimumsatisfactory quality of service corresponding to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
CME/15/61 MOD Cameroon

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimumsatisfactory quality of service corresponding to and above a minimum level taking into consideration the relevant CCITT Recommendations of the ITU with respect to:

4.3
RCC/14A1/60 MOD RCC

Member States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations/operating agencies provide and maintain an agreed quality of service with respect to:

4.3
USA/9A2/11 MOD United States

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*ROAs provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimumsatisfactory quality of service corresponding to the relevant ITU-T CCITT Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
ARB/7/40 MOD Arab States

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimum satisfactory quality of service and above a minimum level taking into consideration corresponding to the relevant CCITT Recommendations of the ITU with respect to:

4.3
CWG/4A2/167 MOD Secretary-General

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that ROAs administrations* provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimum satisfactory quality of service corresponding to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
CWG/4A2/168 MOD Secretary-General

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimumsatisfactory quality of service corresponding to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
CWG/4A2/169 MOD Secretary-General

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimumsatisfactory quality of service corresponding to and above a minimum level taking into consideration the relevant CCITT Recommendations of the ITU with respect to:

4.3
CWG/4A2/170 MOD Secretary-General

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimum an agreed quality of service corresponding to the relevant CCITT Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
ACP/3A2/19 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Subject to national law, Members States shall endeavour to ensure that administrations*operating agencies provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, a minimumsatisfactory quality of service corresponding to the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations with respect to:

4.3
IND/21/20 MOD India

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm toor diminish the level of safety and security of technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
MEX/20/37 NOC Mexico

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
AFCP/19/47 MOD African Region

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnelor to the public;

4.3 a)
B/18/40 MOD Brazil

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to, or diminish the level of security of technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
AUS/17/35 NOC Australia

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
EUR/16A1/43 MOD European Administrations

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
CME/15/62 MOD Cameroon

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;harm to technical facilities and personnel shall be construed to include spam, malware, etc. as defined in relevant ITU-T Recommendations (as the case may be), as well as malicious code transmitted by any telecommunication facility or technology, including Internet and Internet Protocol. Furthermore, the said provision shall be construed to prohibit connection of terminals that cause harm to technical facilities or personnel;

4.3 a)
RCC/14A1/61 MOD RCC

access to the international telecommunication network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not diminish the level of security of technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
USA/9A2/12 NOC United States

a) access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;
b) international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;
c) at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and
d) a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international communications.

4.3 a)
4.3 b)
4.3 c)
4.3 d)
ARB/7/41 NOC Arab States

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
CWG/4A2/171 NOC Secretary-General

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
CWG/4A2/172 MOD Secretary-General

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel [or to the public];

4.3 a)
CWG/4A2/173 MOD Secretary-General

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel; harm to technical facilities and personnel shall be construed to include spam, malware, etc. as defined in relevant ITU-T Recommendations (as the case may be), as well as malicious code transmitted by any telecommunication facility or technology, including Internet and Internet Protocol. Furthermore, the said provision shall be construed to prohibit connection of terminals that cause harm to technical facilities or personnel.

4.3 a)
CWG/4A2/174 MOD Secretary-General

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm todiminish the level of security of technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
CWG/4A2/175 NOC Secretary-General

international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 a)
ACP/3A2/20 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;

4.3 a)
IND/21/21 MOD India

international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 b)
MEX/20/38 NOC Mexico

international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 b)
AFCP/19/48 MOD African Region

international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 b)
AUS/17/36 NOC Australia

international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 b)
EUR/16A1/44 MOD European Administrations

international telecommunication facilities and services available to the public customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 b)
CME/15/63 MOD Cameroon

international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 b)
RCC/14A1/62 MOD RCC

international telecommunication facilities and services available to users;

4.3 b)
USA/9A2/12 NOC United States

a) access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;
b) international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;
c) at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and
d) a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international communications.

4.3 a)
4.3 b)
4.3 c)
4.3 d)
ARB/7/42 MOD Arab States

international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 b)
CWG/4A2/176 MOD Secretary-General

international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 b)
ACP/3A2/21 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;

4.3 b)
IND/21/22 MOD India

at least a form of telecommunication service which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
MEX/20/39 NOC Mexico

at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
AFCP/19/49 NOC African Region

at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
AUS/17/37 NOC Australia

at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
EUR/16A1/45 SUP European Administrations

at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
CME/15/64 MOD Cameroon

at least a form of telecommunication service which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
RCC/14A1/63 MOD RCC

at least a form of telecommunication service which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
USA/9A2/12 NOC United States

a) access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;
b) international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;
c) at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and
d) a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international communications.

4.3 a)
4.3 b)
4.3 c)
4.3 d)
ARB/7/43 MOD Arab States

at least a form of telecommunications/ICT services which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
CWG/4A2/177 NOC Secretary-General

at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
CWG/4A2/178 MOD Secretary-General

at least a form of telecommunication/ICTs which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
CWG/4A2/179 MOD Secretary-General

at least a form of telecommunication service which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
ACP/3A2/22 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and

4.3 c)
IND/21/23 MOD India

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international telecommunications services.

4.3 d)
MEX/20/40 MOD Mexico

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international telecommunications services.

4.3 d)
AFCP/19/50 NOC African Region

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international communications.

4.3 d)
AUS/17/38 MOD Australia

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international telecommunications services.

4.3 d)
EUR/16A1/46 MOD European Administrations

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international telecommunicationsservices.

4.3 d)
CME/15/65 Cameroon

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international telecommunications services.

4.3 d)
RCC/14A1/64 MOD RCC

a capability for interworking in the provision ofdifferent servicesto facilitate international telecommunication services.

4.3 d)
USA/9A2/12 NOC United States

a) access to the international network by users using terminals which are permitted to be connected to the network and which do not cause harm to technical facilities and personnel;
b) international telecommunication facilities and services available to customers for their dedicated use;
c) at least a form of telecommunication which is reasonably accessible to the public, including those who may not be subscribers to a specific telecommunication service; and
d) a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international communications.

4.3 a)
4.3 b)
4.3 c)
4.3 d)
ARB/7/44 NOC Arab States

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international communications.

4.3 d)
CWG/4A2/180 NOC Secretary-General

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international communications.

4.3 d)
CWG/4A2/181 MOD Secretary-General

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international telecommunications [services].

4.3 d)
ACP/3A2/23 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

a capability for interworking between different services, as appropriate, to facilitate international telecommunications services.

4.3 d)
IND/21/24 ADD India

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication services, including roaming, make available to subscribers information on tariffs and taxes. Each subscriber should be able to have access to such information and receive it in a timely manner and free of charge when roaming (entering into roaming), except where the subscriber has previously declined to receive such information.

4.4
AFCP/19/51 ADD African Region

Members States shall ensure transparency of end-user prices and the provision of clear information on how to access the services and the prices thereof, in particular to avoid unreasonable or surprising bills for international services (e.g. mobile roaming and data roaming), and shall ensure that Operating Agencies take the necessary measures to fulfill these requirements.

4.4
EUR/16A1/47 ADD European Administrations

Tariff transparency
Member States shall ensure that recognized operating agencies providing international telecommunication services, at least providefree of charge, transparent and up-to-date information on retail charges to the end users, including international roaming charges.

4.4
CME/15/66 ADD Cameroon

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication services, including roaming, make available to subscribers information on tariffs, including duties and fiscal taxes. Each subscriber should be able to have access to such information and receive it in a timely manner and free of charge when roaming (entering into roaming), except where the subscriber has previously declined to receive such information.

4.4
RCC/14A1/65 ADD RCC

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication services, including roaming, make available to subscribers information on tariffs, including duties and fiscal taxes. Each subscriber should be able to have access to such information and receive it in a timely manner and free of charge when roaming (entering into roaming), except where the subscriber has previously declined to receive such information.

4.4
USA/9A2/13 ADD United States

Member States shall foster measures to improve transparency in end user prices and terms and conditions of access to mobile services in international roaming as well as their effective and timely communication to the user.

4.4
ARB/7/45 ADD Arab States

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication/ICT services at least provide, promptly and free of charge, transparent and up-to-date information on total retail charges (inclusive of all applicable taxes) to the end users, including international roaming charges.

4.4
CWG/4A2/182 NOC Secretary-General 4.4
CWG/4A2/183 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that operators providing international telecommunication services, in particular international roaming, at least provide free of charge transparent and up-to-date information on retail charges, including roaming charges.

4.4
CWG/4A2/184 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication services provide transparent and up-to-date information on retail charges to end users, including roaming charges.

4.4
CWG/4A2/185 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that operators providing international telecommunication services, in particular international roaming, provide transparent and up-to-date information on retail charges, including roaming charges. [In particular, each customer should also be able to easily have access to, and receive appropriate and timely pricing (including taxes) information free of charge when abroad on the relevant price plan, except when the customer has notified his home operator that he does not require this service].

4.4
CWG/4A2/186 ADD Secretary-General

Members States shall ensure transparency of end-user prices, in particular to avoid unreasonable or surprising bills for international services (e.g mobile roaming and data roaming).

4.4
CWG/4A2/187 ADD Secretary-General

Members States shall ensure transparency of end-user prices and the provision of clear information on how to access the services and the prices thereof, in particular to avoid unreasonable or surprising bills for international services (e.g mobile roaming and data roaming), and shall ensure that Operating Agencies take the necessary measures to fulfill these requirements.

4.4
CWG/4A2/188 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication services, including roaming, make available to subscribers information on tariffs, including duties and fiscal taxes. Each subscriber should be able to have access to such information and receive it in a timely manner and free of charge when roaming (entering into roaming), except where the subscriber has previously declined to receive such information.

4.4
CWG/4A2/189 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication services, including roaming, make available to subscribers information on the cost of additional paid services, including calls to short numbers, provided by the operating agency itself or by another service provider, through to their completion.

4.4
CWG/4A2/190 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication services, including roaming, make available to subscribers the option of declining any additional paid international telecommunication services (such as calls to short paid numbers) and/or basic services (voice, data) entirely, up to a given spending limit or on other conditions.

4.4
CWG/4A2/191 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall implement measures to improve transparency in prices, modalities and conditions of access to mobile services in international mobile roaming as well as their effective and immediate communication to the user.

4.4
CWG/4A2/192 ADD Secretary-General

Member States, taking into account specific national and regional conditions, should encourage the development of effective ways to provide consumers with clear, transparent and timely information on retail charges for international mobile roaming services.

4.4
IND/21/25 ADD India

Given the particular characteristics of GTS, which allows subscribers to have a worldwide number, implement GTSs in accordance with the National regulations.

4.5
B/18/41 ADD Brazil

Given the particular characteristics of GTSs, which display both the features of international telecommunication services as well as their own specific features in the form of ubiquitous access in accordance with local legislations and of their own specially assigned country codes, allowing subscribers to have a single worldwide number, Member States may insert and implement GTSs into national law.

4.5
CME/15/67 ADD Cameroon

Given the particular characteristics of GTSs, which display both the features of international telecommunication services as well as their own specific features in the form of ubiquitous access in accordance with local legislations and of their own specially assigned country codes allowing subscribers to have a single worldwide number, national legislation may insert and implement GTSs into national law to the effect that GTS are considered local services in the applicable jurisdiction.

4.5
RCC/14A1/66 ADD RCC

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication services, including roaming, make available to subscribers information on the cost of additional paid services, including calls to short numbers, provided by the operating agency, through to their completion.

4.5
CWG/4A2/193 NOC Secretary-General 4.5
CWG/4A2/194 ADD Secretary-General

Given the particular characteristics of GTSs, which display both the features of international telecommunication services as well as their own specific features in the form of ubiquitous access in accordance with local legislations and of their own specially assigned country codes allowing subscribers to have a single worldwide number, national legislation may insert and implement GTSs into national law to the effect that GTS are considered local services in the applicable jurisdiction

4.5
CWG/4A2/195 ADD Secretary-General

Given the particular characteristics of GTS, which allows subscribers to have a worldwide number, national legislation may allow and implement GTSs in such a way that GTSs are considered as local communication services in the applicable jurisdiction.

4.5
CME/15/68 ADD Cameroon

Member States shall implement measures to ensure that telecommunication services in international roaming of satisfactory levels of quality, comparable to that provided to their own local users, are provided to visiting users.

4.6
RCC/14A1/67 ADD RCC

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies providing international telecommunication services, including roaming, make available to subscribers the option of declining any additional paid international telecommunication services.

4.6
CWG/4A2/196 NOC Secretary-General 4.6
CWG/4A2/197 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall implement measures to ensure that telecommunication services in international roaming of satisfactory levels of quality, comparable to that provided to their own local users, are provided to visiting users.

4.6
CME/15/69 ADD Cameroon

Operating agencies shall cooperate in the development of international IP interconnections providing both, best effort delivery and end to end quality of service delivery. Best effort delivery should continue to form the basis of international IP traffic exchange.

4.7
CWG/4A2/198 NOC Secretary-General 4.7
CWG/4A2/199 ADD Secretary-General

Operating agencies shall cooperate in the development of international IP interconnections providing both, best effort delivery and end to end quality of service delivery. Best effort delivery should continue to form the basis of international IP traffic exchange. Nothing shall preclude commercial agreements with differentiated quality of service delivery to develop.

4.7
IND/21/26 ADD India

Member States, subject to national security requirements, may foster the establishment of mutual agreements on mobile services accessed within a predetermined border zone in order to prevent or mitigate inadvertent roaming charges.

4.8
CME/15/70 ADD Cameroon

Member States shall foster the establishment of mutual agreements on mobile services accessed within a predetermined border zone in order to prevent or mitigate inadvertent roaming charges.

4.8
CWG/4A2/200 NOC Secretary-General 4.8
CWG/4A2/201 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall foster the establishment of mutual agreements on mobile services accessed within a predetermined border zone in order to prevent or mitigate inadvertent roaming charges.

4.8
IND/21/27 MOD India

Article 5

Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5.1 Safety of life telecommunications, such asincluding distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunication services and telecommunications for disaster relief,shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution,Convention and taking due account of and relevant CCITTITU-T Resolutions and Recommendations.

5
5.1
MEX/20/41 MOD Mexico

Article 5

Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5.1 Safety of life telecommunications, such as distress telecommunications, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5
5.1
B/18/42 NOC Brazil

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
AUS/17/39 NOC Australia

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
CME/15/79 ADD Cameroon

ARTICLE 5A
Confidence and security of telecommunications/ICTs

5
CWG/4A2/202 NOC Secretary-General

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
B1/43/10 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
R1/46/8 NOC Committee 4

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
AFCP/19/52 NOC African Region

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
B/18/42 NOC Brazil

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
EUR/16A1/48 NOC European Administrations

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
CME/15/71 NOC Cameroon

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
RCC/14A1/68 NOC RCC

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
USA/9A2/14 NOC United States

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
ARB/7/46 NOC Arab States

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
ACP/3A2/24 NOC Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

ARTICLE 5
Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5
IND/21/27 MOD India

Article 5

Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5.1 Safety of life telecommunications, such asincluding distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunication services and telecommunications for disaster relief,shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution,Convention and taking due account of and relevant CCITTITU-T Resolutions and Recommendations.

5
5.1
MEX/20/41 MOD Mexico

Article 5

Safety of Life and Priority of Telecommunications

5.1 Safety of life telecommunications, such as distress telecommunications, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5
5.1
AFCP/19/53 African Region

SafetyMember States shall adopt policies that, to the greatest extent practicable, ensure that safety of life telecommunications, such as distress telecommunications, shall beare entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU Recommendations.

5.1
AUS/17/40 MOD Australia

Safety of life telecommunications, such as distress telecommunications, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Convention Constitution and taking due account of relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

5.1
EUR/16A1/49 MOD European Administrations

Safety Member States shall adopt policies that, to the greatest extent practicable, ensure thatsafety of life telecommunications, such as distress telecommunications, shall beare entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5.1
CME/15/72 MOD Cameroon

Safety of life telecommunications, such as including distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunication services and telecommunications for disaster relief,shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Aarticles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT Resolutions and Recommendations of the ITU.

5.1
RCC/14A1/69 MOD RCC

Emergency(distress) telecommunications relating to safety of life, including distress communications, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other international telecommunication services, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant ITURecommendations.

5.1
USA/9A2/15 MOD United States

Member States shall adopt policies to ensure that Ssafety of life telecommunications, such as distress telecommunications, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant ITU-TCCITT Recommendations.

5.1
ARB/7/47 MOD Arab States

Safety of life telecommunications, such as including distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunication services and telecommunications for disaster relief, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account ofin accordance with relevant CCITT Resolutions and Recommendations of the ITU.

5.1
CWG/4A2/203 MOD Secretary-General

Safety of life telecommunications, such as including distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunication services and telecommunications for disaster relief, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account ofin accordance with relevant CCITT Resolutions and Recommendations of the ITU.

5.1
CWG/4A2/204 MOD Secretary-General

Safety of life telecommunications, such asincluding distress telecommunications, emergency telecommunication services and telecommunications for disaster relief, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of in accordance with relevant CCITTITU-T Resolutions and Recommendations.

5.1
CWG/4A2/205 MOD Secretary-General

Safety of life telecommunications, such as distress telecommunications, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT Recommendations. International telecommunication services must give absolute priority to all telecommunications concerning safety of life at sea, on land, in the air or in outer space, as well as to epidemiological telecommunications of exceptional urgency of the World Health Organization.

5.1
CWG/4A2/206 MOD Secretary-General

Safety Member States shall adopt policies that, to the greatest extent practicable, ensure that safety of life telecommunications, such as distress telecommunications, shall beare entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5.1
CWG/4A2/207 MOD Secretary-General

Safety of life telecommunications, such asincluding distress telecommunications, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other international service telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of/in accordance with relevant CCITTITU [Resolutions and] Recommendations. When providing such services, departures from compliance with individual provisions of the ITRs (regarding spam or the protection of personal data), as well as the suspension or restriction of other international telecommunication services, is permissible.

5.1
ACP/3A2/25 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Safety of life telecommunications, such as distress telecommunications, shall be entitled to transmission as of right and shall, where technically practicable, have absolute priority over all other telecommunications, in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

5.1
MEX/20/42 MOD Mexico

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 39, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5.2
AFCP/19/55 SUP African Region

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 39, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT Recommendations.

5.2
B/18/43 SUP Brazil 5.2
EUR/16A1/50 SUP European Administrations

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 39, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT Recommendations.

5.2
CME/15/74 MOD Cameroon

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over all types of telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 39, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5.2
RCC/14A1/70 MOD RCC

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over types of telecommunications other than those referred to in 5.1, in accordance with the relevant articlesof the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant ITURecommendations.

5.2
USA/9A2/16 MOD United States

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 39, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant ITU-TCCITT Recommendations.

5.2
ARB/7/48 MOD Arab States

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over other types of telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 395.1, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU Recommendations.

5.2
CWG/4A2/209 MOD Secretary-General

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over [types of] telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 39, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5.2
CWG/4A2/210 SUP Secretary-General

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 39, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT Recommendations.

5.2
To align with the Constitution. MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 39, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Constitution and Convention and taking due account of relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5.2
AUS/17/41 MOD Australia

Government telecommunications, including telecommunications relative to the application of certain provisions of the United Nations Charter, shall, where technically practicable, enjoy priority over telecommunications other than those referred to in No. 39, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Convention Constitution and taking due account of relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

5.2
MEX/20/43 MOD Mexico

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all other telecommunications are contained in the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5.3
AFCP/19/56 MOD African Region

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all any other telecommunicationsservices are contained in the relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

5.3
B/18/44 MOD Brazil

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all any other telecommunications services are contained in the relevant CCITT Recommendations of the ITU.

5.3
AUS/17/42 MOD Australia

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all other telecommunications are contained in the relevant CCITT ITU-T Recommendations.

5.3
EUR/16A1/51 SUP European Administrations

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all other telecommunications are contained in the relevant CCITT Recommendations.

5.3
CME/15/75 MOD Cameroon

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all any other telecommunicationsservices are contained in the relevant CCITTRecommendations of the ITU.

5.3
RCC/14A1/71 MOD RCC

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all other telecommunications are contained in the relevant ITURecommendations.

5.3
USA/9A2/17 MOD United States

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by anyall other telecommunications services are contained in the relevant ITU-TCCITT Recommendations.

5.3
ARB/7/49 MOD Arab States

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all any other telecommunications are contained in the relevant CCITT Recommendations of the ITU.

5.3
CWG/4A2/211 MOD Secretary-General

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all any other telecommunications services are contained in the relevant CCITT Recommendations of the ITU.

5.3
CWG/4A2/212 MOD Secretary-General

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all any other telecommunications [services] are contained in the relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

5.3
CWG/4A2/213 SUP Secretary-General

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all other telecommunications are contained in the relevant CCITT Recommendations.

5.3
ACP/3A2/27 MOD Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Administrations

The provisions governing the priority enjoyed by all any other telecommunications services are contained in the relevant CCITTITU-T Recommendations.

5.3
CME/15/76 ADD Cameroon

Notwithstanding the provisions of Art.1, § 1.4 and § 1.6, and to enshrine the purpose set out in the Preamble; in Art. 1, § 1.3; in Art. 3, § 3.3; and taking into account Art. 3, § 3.1, Member States shall encourage operating agencies which operate in their territory and provide international telecommunications services offered to the public, to apply the ITU Recommendations relating to safety of life, priority telecommunications, disaster recovery and emergency telecommunications.

5.4
RCC/14A1/72 ADD RCC

Member States shall seek to introduce a single number, both within the country and in their region, for calls to the emergency services.

5.4
CWG/4A2/214 NOC Secretary-General 5.4
CWG/4A2/215 ADD Secretary-General

Notwithstanding the provisions of Art.1, §1.4 and §1.6, and to enshrine the purpose set out in the Preamble; in Art. 1, §1.3; in Art.3, §3.3.; and taking into account Art.3, §3.1, Member States shall encourage administrations, recognized operating agencies, and operating agencies which operate in their territory and provide international telecommunications services offered to the public, to apply the ITU-T Recommendations relating to safety of life, priority telecommunications, disaster recovery and emergency telecommunications, including any Instructions forming part of, or derived from, said Recommendations.

5.4
IND/21/28 ADD India

Member States should cooperate to introduce in addition to their existing national emergency numbers, a global number for calls to the emergency services globally.

5.5
CME/15/77 ADD Cameroon

Member States shall seek to harmonize, at global,subregional and regional level, a single number for emergency services taking account of ITU Recommendations.

5.5
RCC/14A1/73 ADD RCC

Member States shall inform every roaming subscriber, in good time and free of charge, of the number to be used for calls to the emergency services.

5.5
ARB/7/50 ADD Arab States

Member States should cooperate to introduce in addition to their existing national emergency numbers a global number for calls to the emergency services.

5.5
CWG/4A2/216 NOC Secretary-General 5.5
CWG/4A2/217 ADD Secretary-General

Member States should cooperate to introduce in addition to their existing national emergency numbers a global number for calls to the emergency services globally.

5.5
IND/21/29 ADD India

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies inform every roaming subscriber of the number to be used for calls to the emergency services, while entering into roaming, free of charge.

5.6
B/18/45 ADD Brazil

Member States shall ensure that operators inform every roaming user immediately and free of charge of the number to be used for calls to emergency services.

5.6
CME/15/78 ADD Cameroon

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies inform all users including roaming users, in good time and free of charge, of the number to be used for calls to the emergency services.

5.6
ARB/7/51 Arab States

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies inform every roaming user, promptly and free of charge, of the number to be used for calls to the emergency services.

5.6
CWG/4A2/218 NOC Secretary-General 5.6
CWG/4A2/219 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall [ensure that operating agencies] inform [every roaming subscriber | every roaming user | all users including roaming users ], in good time and free of charge, of the number to be used for calls to the emergency services.

5.6
TUN/25/2 ADD Tunisia

ARTICLE 5A

Confidence and security of telecommunications/ICTs

5A
TUN/25/3 ADD Tunisia

In implementing the provisions of these Regulations, Member States shall protect the Right to Freedom of Expression as recognized by Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and by Article 33 of the Constitution; and thereby protect access to all dissemination means through telecommunication/ICTs in the exercise of this right as well as the freedom of online peaceful assembly and of association and all other rights on which States shall impose no limitations other than those permitted by international law, in particular international human rights law (HRC Resolution 21/25).

5A
IND/21/30 ADD India

ARTICLE 5A
Confidence and security of telecommunications/ICTs

5A
AFCP/19/58 ADD African Region

ARTICLE 5A
Confidence and security in the provision of international telecommunications/ICTs and services

5A
B/18/46 ADD Brazil

ARTICLE 5A
Confidence and security in the provision of international telecommunications and services

5A
RCC/14A1/74 ADD RCC

ARTICLE 5A
Confidence and Security in the Provision of
International Telecommunication Services

5A
ARB/7/52 ADD Arab States

ARTICLE 5A
Confidence and Security of Telecommunications/ICTs
41D 5A.1 Member States shall undertake appropriate measures, individually or in cooperation with other Members states, to ensure Confidence and Security of Telecommunications/ICTs.
5A.2 Issues related to security include physical and operational security of networks; cybersecurity, cyberthreats, and cyber attacks; denial of service attacks; other online threats; controlling and countering unsolicited electronic communication (e.g Spam); and protection of information and personal data (e.g. phishing).
5A.3 Member States, in accordance to national law, shall cooperate to investigate, prosecute, correct and repair security breaches and incidents in timely manner.
5A.4 Member States shall ensure that operating agencies and other concerned entities provide and maintain, to the greatest extent practicable, confidence and security of telecommunications/ICTs.
5A.5 Member States shall ensure that operating agencies and other concerned entities cooperate with their counter parts in other Member states in ensuring confidence and security of telecommunications/ICTs.
5A.6 Member States shall ensure that operating agencies take the appropriate measures to prevent the propagation of spam.
5A.7 Member States shall ensure that operating agencies take the appropriate measures to combat network fraud.
Reasons: This proposal is based on CWG/4A2/229.Confidence and Security in the use of ICTs is one of the most -if not the most- critical issues to be dealt with under the revised ITRs. At personnel, business, and government levels building confidence and security in the ICTs is a top priority. However this could only be achieved through global commitment, cooperation, and partnership. The new article treats this vital issue in three main points:
- Appropriate measures by the Member States (e.g. standards, legalizations, policies, initiatives, etc.);
- Enforcing such security measures to the extent practicable;
- Partnership and Global Cooperation in order to promptly resolving security breaches.

5A
5A.1
5A.2
5A.3
5A.4
5A.5
5A.6
5A.7
CWG/4A2/220 NOC Secretary-General

ARTICLE 5A
[Security] | [Confidence and security in the provision of international telecommunications and services] | [Confidence and security of telecommunications/ICTs]

5A
CWG/4A2/221 ADD Secretary-General

ARTICLE 5A
[Security] | [Confidence and security in the provision of international telecommunications and services] | [Confidence and security of telecommunications/ICTs]

5A
AFCP/19/62 ADD African Region

ARTICLE 5B
Countering spam

5B
AFCP/19/63 ADD African Region

Member States shall ensure that operating agencies take appropriate measures to prevent the propagation of spam including:
a) to adopt national legislation to act against spam;
b) to cooperate to take actions to counter spam;
c) to exchange information on national findings/actions to counter spam.

5B
B/18/48 ADD Brazil

ARTICLE 5B
Countering spam

5B
CWG/4A2/230 NOC Secretary-General

ARTICLE 5B
Countering spam

5B
CWG/4A2/231 ADD Secretary-General

ARTICLE 5B
Countering spam

5B
CWG/4A2/232 ADD Secretary-General

Member States are encouraged:
a) to adopt national legislation to act against spam;
b) to cooperate to take actions to counter spam;
c) to exchange information on national findings/actions to counter spam.

5B
CWG/4A2/233 ADD Secretary-General

Member States shall prevent the propagation of spam.

5B
IND/21/32 ADD India

ARTICLE 6
Charging and Accounting

6.1.1A Cost of International Roaming Services
a) Member States shall encourage competition in the international roaming market;
b) Member States are encouraged to cooperate to develop policies for reducing charges on international roaming services.

6
6.1.1A
6.1.1A a)
6.1.1A b)
IND/21/40 ADD India

Member States should endeavour to take measures to ensure that an adequate return is provided on investments in network infrastructures in identified areas. If this cannot be achieved through market mechanisms, then other mechanisms may be used.

6
MEX/20/44 MOD Mexico

Article 6

Charging Tariffs and Accounting

6
AFCP/19/64 MOD African Region

Article 6

Charging and AccountingEconomic and Policy Issues

6
B/18/50 NOC Brazil

ARTICLE 6
Charging and Accounting

6
AUS/17/43 MOD Australia

Article 6

Charging and AccountingInternational Telecommunication Service Charges

6
EUR/16A1/52 NOC European Administrations

ARTICLE 6
Charging and Accounting

6
CME/15/85 MOD Cameroon

Article 6

Charging and Accounting

6
RCC/14A1/84 NOC RCC

ARTICLE 6
Charging and Accounting

6
USA/9A2/18 SUP United States

ARTICLE 6

6.5 Service and privilege telecommunications

6.5.1 Administrations* shall follow the relevant provisions as set out in Appendix 3.

6
6.5
6.5.1
USA/9A1/28 MOD United States

Article 6

Charging and AccountingInternational Telecommunication Service Arrangements

6
ARB/7/53 NOC Arab States

ARTICLE 6
Charging and Accounting

6
CWG/4A2/234 NOC Secretary-General

ARTICLE 6
Charging and Accounting

6
CWG/4A2/235 MOD Secretary-General

Article 6

Charging and Accounting[International Telecommunication Service
Arrangements | Pricing | Economic and Policy Issues]

6
CWG/4A2/236 SUP Secretary-General

ARTICLE 6
Charging and Accounting

6
CWG/4A2/314 NOC Secretary-General 6
CWG/4A2/316 SUP Secretary-General

ARTICLE 6
Charging and Accounting

6
CWG/4A2/317 NOC Secretary-General 6
MEX/20/45 MOD Mexico

Collection chargesTariffs

6.1
AFCP/19/72 NOC African Region

Collection charges

6.1
AUS/17/44 MOD Australia

Collection chargesCharges subject to commercial agreement

6.1
EUR/16A1/53 SUP European Administrations

Collection charges

6.1
EUR/16A1/55 ADD European Administrations

Subject to applicable national law, the terms and conditions between recognized operating agencies for the provision of international telecommunication services shall be subject to commercial agreement.

6.1
CME/15/86 MOD Cameroon

6.1 Collection charges

6.1.1 Eachadministration*operating agency shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers.The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.

6.1
6.1.1
RCC/14A1/85 (MOD) RCC

Collection charges

6.1
USA/9A1/29 SUP United States

Collection charges

6.1
ARB/7/62 NOC Arab States

Collection charges

6.1
CWG/4A2/237 NOC Secretary-General

6.1 Collection charges

6.1.1 Each administration*/ROA shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.

6.1
6.1.1
6.10
MEX/20/46 MOD Mexico

Each administration*Recognized operating agencies shall freely establish telecommunication service tariffs enabling the rendering of such services under satisfactory quality and competitiveness conditions, without any discrimination whatsoevershall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.

6.1.1
AFCP/19/73 MOD African Region

Each administration*Operating Agency shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.

6.1.1
B/18/51 MOD Brazil

Each administration* shall, sSubject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations*Member States should try cooperateto avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable collected by operators from their customersin each direction of the same relation.

6.1.1
AUS/17/45 MOD Australia

Each administration* shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation. Subject to applicable national law, the terms and conditions for international telecommunication service arrangements between recognized operating agencies (including charges for those services) shall be subject to commercial agreement.

6.1.1
EUR/16A1/54 SUP European Administrations

Each administration* shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.

6.1.1
CME/15/86 MOD Cameroon

6.1 Collection charges

6.1.1 Eachadministration*operating agency shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers.The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.

6.1
6.1.1
RCC/14A1/86 MOD RCC

Each administration/operating agency shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations/operating agenciesshould try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.

6.1.1
USA/9A1/30 MOD United States

Each administration* shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.Subject to applicable national law, the terms and conditions of arrangements between ROAs for the provision of international telecommunication services shall be subject to commercial agreement.

6.1.1
ARB/7/63 MOD Arab States

Each administration*operating agency shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, inIn establishing these charges, administrations*Member States should trytake measures to try avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation, and they shall ensure transparency.

6.1.1
CWG/4A2/237 NOC Secretary-General

6.1 Collection charges

6.1.1 Each administration*/ROA shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.

6.1
6.1.1
6.10
CWG/4A2/238 MOD Secretary-General

Each administration* and operating agency [shall | could], subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation.

6.1.1
CWG/4A2/239 MOD Secretary-General

Each administration* shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation. Subject to applicable national law, the terms and conditions [of arrangements] between [ROAs | operating agencies] for the provision of international telecommunication services shall be subject to [mutual] commercial agreement.

6.1.1
CWG/4A2/240 MOD Secretary-General

Each administration* ROA shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the collection charges to be collected from offered to its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, in establishing these charges, administrations* should try to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation and as such could be regulated by the Member State in line with the principles in these Regulations.

6.1.1
CWG/4A2/241 MOD Secretary-General

Each administration* operating agency shall, subject to applicable national law, establish the charges to be collected from its customers. The level of the charges is a national matter; however, inIn establishing these charges, administrations*Member States should trytake measures to avoid too great a dissymmetry between the charges applicable in each direction of the same relation, and they shall ensure transparency.

6.1.1
MEX/20/47 MOD Mexico

The charge tariff levied by an administration*operating agency on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*operating agency.

6.1.2
AFCP/19/74 MOD African Region

The charge levied by an administration*Operating Agency on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*Operating Agency.

6.1.2
B/18/52 MOD Brazil

The charge levied by an administration*on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*.used for that communication.

6.1.2
AUS/17/46 SUP Australia

The charge levied by an administration* on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*.

6.1.2
EUR/16A1/56 SUP European Administrations

The charge levied by an administration* on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*.

6.1.2
CME/15/88 MOD Cameroon

The charge levied by an administration*operating agency on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*operating agency.

6.1.2
RCC/14A1/87 MOD RCC

The charge levied by an administration/operating agency on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the international route chosen by that administration/operating agency.

6.1.2
USA/9A1/31 SUP United States

The charge levied by an administration* on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*.

6.1.2
ARB/7/64 MOD Arab States

The charge levied by an administration*operating agency on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*operating agency.

6.1.2
CWG/4A2/244 NOC Secretary-General

The charge levied by an administration*/ROA on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*.

6.1.2
CWG/4A2/245 MOD Secretary-General

The charge levied by an administration* or operating agency on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration* or operating agency.

6.1.2
CWG/4A2/246 MOD Secretary-General

The charge levied by an administration*operating agency on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*operating agency.

6.1.2
CWG/4A2/247 SUP Secretary-General

The charge levied by an administration* on customers for a particular communication should in principle be the same in a given relation, regardless of the route chosen by that administration*.

6.1.2
IND/21/33 MOD India

Where, in accordance with the national law of a country, a Member States are free to levy fiscal taxes on is levied on collection charges for international telecommunication services, this tax shall normally be collected only in respect of international services billed to customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances in accordance with their national laws;however, the Member States should endeavour to avoid international double taxation on such services.

6.1.3
MEX/20/48 MOD Mexico

Where, in accordance with the national law of acountryMember State, a fiscal tax is levied on collection charges tariffs for international telecommunication services, this tax shall normally be collected only in respect of international services billed to customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances.

6.1.3
AFCP/19/75 SUP African Region

Where, in accordance with the national law of a country, a fiscal tax is levied on collection charges for international telecommunication services, this tax shall normally be collected only in respect of international services billed to customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances.

6.1.3
AUS/17/47 NOC Australia

Where, in accordance with the national law of a country, a fiscal tax is levied on collection charges for international telecommunication services, this tax shall normally be collected only in respect of international services billed to customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances.

6.1.3
EUR/16A1/57 SUP European Administrations

Where, in accordance with the national law of a country, a fiscal tax is levied on collection charges for international telecommunication services, this tax shall normally be collected only in respect of international services billed to customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances.

6.1.3
CME/15/89 MOD Cameroon

Where, in accordance with the national law of a country, a fiscal tax is levied on collection charges for international telecommunication services, this tax shall normally be collected only in respect of international services billed to customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances.National authorities are free to impose taxes on all telecommunications traffic, whether incoming or outgoing. However, such taxes should be reasonable and the proceeds should be directed where possible at the development of the industry. Regarding double taxation, Member States are encouraged to cooperate within the framework of bilateral, juridical double taxation treaties under which taxation arrangements are predetermined by the terms of the treaty so as to protect against the risk of double taxation and avoidance or evasion of tax liability.

6.1.3
RCC/14A1/88 MOD RCC

Where, in accordance with the national law of a country, a fiscal tax is levied on collection charges, to be included in or added to the collection charge, for international telecommunication services, this tax shall be collected only in respect of international telecommunication services presented for paymentto customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances. This rule also applies in cases where accounts for international telecommunication services are handled through specialized accounting authorities on the basis of arrangements with administrations/operating agencies.

6.1.3
USA/9A1/32 MOD United States

Where, in accordance with the national law of a country, a fiscal tax is levied on collection charges for international telecommunication services, this tax shall normally be collected only in respect of international services billed to customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances.

6.1.3
CWG/4A2/248 NOC Secretary-General

Where, in accordance with the national law of a country, a fiscal tax is levied on collection charges for international telecommunication services, this tax shall normally be collected only in respect of international services billed to customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances.

6.1.3
CWG/4A2/249 MOD Secretary-General

Where, in accordance with the national law of a country, a Countries are free to levy fiscal taxes on is levied on collection charges for international telecommunication services, this tax shall normally be collected only in respect of international services billed to customers in that country, unless other arrangements are made to meet special circumstances in accordance with their national laws, but international double taxation must be avoided.

6.1.3