Romania is headed towards a „disaster”. The warning made by a member in the Cioloș government
Romania will register a decrease in internet speed traffic if the bill prohibiting placement of mobile telephony antennas near schools or hospitals is adopted says Communications Minister Marius Bostan.
"The government did not oppose the development of infrastructure needed for a high-speed internet and this has stimulated the industry and therefore placed Romania among the countries with the high-speed internet, by the emergence of information highways," said Monday the Minister Marius Bostan, according to News.ro.
"Now I see they are discussing to remove the GSM antennas from cities. If the bill is adopted, we will not have anything to brag about any more," he added.
If the GSM antennae will be removed from cities, it would be "a disaster", the minister said during th program "24 minutes" fromDigi24.
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