0813 GMT April 22, 2019
Massoumeh Ebtekar added that the Communications and Information Technology Ministry has worked on the issue since past several months, adding that a number of meetings have been held between the ministry and DOE.
"Based on studies conducted by the workgroup, the use of jamming signals does not go back to a long time. Thus, adequate information about the effects and consequences of jamming signals on people's health and environment is not available," she said.
The DOE chief noted that the committee, which received the results of studies conducted by the workgroups, has announced its conclusions.
Ebtekar hoped the opinion of workgroups will be taken into account by related officials.