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International Telecommunication Union

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| industry = Internet Governance
| founded = 1865
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| headquarters = Place des Nations<br/>1211 Geneva 20
| country = Switzerland
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| facebook = [ ITU Facebook]
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'''ITU''' is the abbreviation for the '''International Telecommunications Union'''. It is a leading agency of the United Nations, handling information and communication technology issues. It is also the most important agency for private sectors and governments all across the world in developing networks and services. Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the ITU is dedicated to connecting the entire world through the various means of communications.<ref name="link1">[]</ref>
== History ==
The ITU dates back to the nineteenth century. It was established founded in 1865 in Paris as the International Telegraph Union. It took up its current name in 1934, and officially became a part of the United Nations (UN) in 1947. It is one of the oldest international organizations in the United Nations (UN). Since its establishment, the ITU has facilitated the information and communications industry in many ways, from the invention of the electric telegraph in 1837, to organizing worldwide and regional exhibitions and forums, to bringing together government representatives from all around the world to share their knowledge, ideas and technology for the benefit of the global community, especially the developing world.<ref name="link1">[]</ref> <ref>[]</ref> <ref>[]History</ref>
== Mission ==

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