The dynamism of the telecommunications and Postal sectors being
what it is, TRA is keenly aware of the importance of keeping up with the
developments on a global level. As such, TRA is actively involved in various
aspects related to international telecommunications.
TRA is dynamically engaged in both the international and
regional levels in telecommunications development and continues to develop ties
with its fellow regulators, and builds on strengthening bilateral relationships
with regional authorities as well as other related bodies, In addition to its
interest in making use of global expertise and experience in preparing and
formulating local communications policies in line with the Telecommunications
Regulatory Law, its executive regulations, and the Authority's strategic plan.
The TRA is a sector member of the International Telecommunications
Union (ITU) in all three sectors; radio communication, telecommunication
standardization and telecommunication development. The TRA is also a member of
the Arab Regulators Network of Telecommunication & Information Technologies
(ARNET), GSM Association, Asia Pacific Top Level Domain Association (APTLD),
the Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC) in The Internet Corporation for
Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), and the Regional Internet Registry for
Europe Network Coordination Centre (RIPE NCC).TRA also participates in
telecommunications and postal activities organized by the Arab League,
the Gulf Cooperation Council, the region and the Arab Information and
Communication Technology Organization (AICTO).