Mobile communication operators increase the number of base stations in order to ensure the full coverage. Along with business objects and administrative buildings they're installed at residential houses as well. In most cases, it becomes a cause for complaints from individual citizens, who consider base stations dangerous to health and life. Are they harmful? Is it possible to put them on the roofs of houses? What kind of radiation comes from these units, and what impact do they have on humans? These and other questions were discussed at a broadcast "Round table "Mobile communications: technology, quality, safety", which took place on 15 February in Tashkent.
On February 23, the Ministry for development of information technologies and communications held a meeting with senior adviser of the company Telia K. Lindstrom, who arrived in Uzbekistan as a member of business circles of Sweden to participate in the Uzbek-Swedish business forum.
Deputy Information Technology and Communications Minister Kim Nam Seok and Vice Rector of the Tashkent Information Technology University Lee Chul Soo, both ICT Consultants, are ending their missions in Uzbekistan, as their contracts expire.
The number of appeals submitted through the Single portal of state interactive services exceeded 1 million, as on February 8. According to the statistics, 98% of the requests received by state and economic bodies, which is 982 thousand 700 were resolved positively. Less than 2% currently remain pending.
Regulation.gov.uz portal has published for discussion the draft decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On measures for the development and further promotion of information and communication technologies and the domestic market of software products".