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Expert from ITU arrives to monitor electromagnetic fields

SANTO DOMINGO. The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) will provide monitoring in the country on the issue of the Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) and their possible effects on the health of persons, and on the proposal for inclusion of universities and small and medium companies in the world agency, announced the Dominican Telecommunications Institute (Indotel).

They reported that the expert from the ITU, Hugo Carril, will carry out, starting on this Monday, meetings with officials from the government, technicians and representatives of service provider companies of telecommunications tied to the issue of the electromagnetic fields in the Dominican Republic.

Carril, who will remain until Friday 17 July, will meet with the Indotel president, Gedeon Santos, with representatives of the Ministry of Public Health and of the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology, and university rectors in order to present the ITU project to the universities.

In the same manner, he will hold meetings with the telecommunications companies in order to define with this sector the key issues of the EMC project in the country.

The consultant will advise different sectors of the country regarding the projects of monitoring the electromagnetic fields, as well as the inclusion of the universities and of the small and medium companies (Pymes) in the International Telecommunications Union (ITU).

On his first day in the country, this Monday, at 9:00 in the morning, the expert will meet with Gedeon Santos and Alberty Canela, in the offices of the Indotel president in order “to define the extent of the projects of the EMC” and to talk about the other issues which Carril intends to cover. The electromagnetic fields have been related to health problems.

Source: DiarioLibre

July 13, 2015

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