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Ministry of Communications

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Ministry of Communications

A Communications Ministry or Department of Communications is a ministry or other government agency charged with communication. Communications responsibilities includes regulating telecommunications, postal services, broadcasting and print media. The ministry is often headed by the Minister for Communications.

Ministries titled Ministry or Department of Communications

Some countries have such a department literally called Ministry of Communications:

Ministries titled Ministry of Communications and Information Technology

A number of countries have designated such a department as a Ministry of Communications and Information Technology:

Ministries with other names having authority over communications

Many countries have such a department, but under some other name:

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