Electronic Communications Postal affairs
Allocation Plan Allotment plans Use of radio frequencies RF spectrum monitoring Broadcasting Spectrum auction
Assigned numbering/addresses Codes for carrier selection/carrier pre-selection Use of numbering/addresses
Relevant market analysis Analysis of operators’ financial operation Reference Interconnection Offer Price monitoring and cost accounting
Reports on the Agency’s work Agency’s financial reports Auditors’ reports Mobile telephony market Fixed telephony market Internet and broadband access Other reports
Basic users rights Questions and answers Quality of Services
Services from a set of US US Operators Normative Legal Framework
Information and provision of postal services

Competencies

 In the field of electronic communications, the Agency shall:

1) Prepare inputs for the development of bylaws adopted by the Ministry, in accordance with the Law on Electronic Communications.
2) Adopts procedures and rules for the application of the Law and bylaws.
3) Prepare inputs for the development of legal acts adopted by the Ministry and in accordance with the Law on Electronic Communications.
4) Prepare inputs for the preparation of Radio Frequencies Allocation Plan, which is adopted by the Government, and control the application thereof.
5) Adopt Addressing Plans and Numbering Plans and control the application thereof;
6) Adopt Radio Frequency Allotment Plan and control the application thereof;
7) Perform permanent monitoring of radio frequency spectrum;
8) Conduct coordination of the use of radio frequencies with administrations of neighboring countries;
9) Encourage rational use of electronic communications infrastructure;
10) Address questions and disputes, review initiatives and adopt procedures and rules from the interest protection and users right domain;
11) Implement public tender procedure and assign limited resources (radio frequencies, numbering and addresses) on non-discriminatory basis, to electronic communications network operators and electronic communications service providers;
12) Issue licenses for radio stations, numbering and addresses;
13) Keep registries in accordance with the Law on Electronic Communications;
14) With prior consent from the Government, determine the amount of fees paid to the Agency by electronic communications network operators and service providers, based on actual expenses of the Agency and established criteria, stipulated by the competent Ministry;
15) Settle disputes arising among entities in the market of electronic communications, by cooperating with institutions competent for protection of competition and protection of consumers;
16) Implement the procedure prescribed by the Law for designation of the operator of Universal Service, administer and manage the collection of fees from other operators on the basis thereof;
17) Maintain and regularly update electronic database on electronic communications sector, providing access to any information not having regulatory restrictions with regard to secrecy and confidentiality;
18) Control the market, designate operators with significant market power and take measures for preventing negative effects of significant market power of an operator;
19) Supervise the activities of operators in electronic communications sector, in terms of compliance with the Law, bylaws and applicable technical regulations and standards;
20) Supervise fulfillment of obligations imposed on operators of electronic communications networks and/or electronic communications services, in a state of emergency;
21) Develop cooperation with regulatory bodies of other countries, and within its competences, with prior consent from the Ministry, perform other types of activities in international organizations in the field of electronic communications;
22) Survey the market and public opinion and conduct open consultation procedures, enabling all stakeholders to give comments and/or remarks on initiatives, measures, decisions and enactments prepared, proposed or adopted by the above;
23) Organize professional consultation sessions on particular issues from the field of electronic communications;
24) Prepare the program of activities and financial plan for the following calendar year and submit it to the Government for approval;
25) Prepare and submit to the Government, Annual Report with basic indicators of dynamics of development of electronic communications market for the previous year, including the financial report;
26) Perform other duties in accordance with the Law on Electronic Communications.
 

In performing its functions from the area of postal affairs, the Agency shall:

  • issue and withdraw licences and decisions for carrying out postal services, in accordance with the Law on Postal Services;
  • monitor the prices to ensure that they are fair and affordable, and take measures to prevent any irregularities regarding process;
  • give approvals on conditions and prices to the access to the network of universal postal services operator;
  • give approval on special requirements for carrying out postal services;
  • monitor development of postal services;
  • keep registries of postal operators,
  • perform other duties in accordance with the Law on Postal Services.
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