Jessica Rosenworcel, acting chairwoman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, met with Adolfo Cuevas, interim chairman of Mexico's telecommunications agency at a virtual event to discuss potential collaborative initiatives to address connectivity challenges facing both countries.
“It was a pleasure to meet with Interim Chairman Cuevas this afternoon and discuss the ways our two countries can best collaborate on the technology and connectivity challenges facing our respective citizens," said Rosenworcel.
They also talked about how their respective agencies could manage the spectrum utilization along the border at various radio frequency bands and mitigate interferences, FCC said Friday.
During their meeting, the two telecom regulatory leaders also shared lessons learned from telecom and broadcasting system modernization efforts.
"I welcome the opportunity to strengthen relationships with our international partners to build a brighter, more digitally connected world,” Rosenworcel said.