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Allotment plans

The Radio Frequency Allotment Plan shall contain more detailed terms and manner of use of individual radio frequencies pertaining to particular radio communications services within particular radio frequency bands, in accordance with the Radio Frequency Allocation Plan.

The Radio Frequency Allotment Plan shall be adopted by the Agency.

In the course of adopting the Radio Frequency Assignment Plan, Agency coordinates activities with: state bodies and institutions competent for civil air transportation and maritime navigation in relation to the plans for radio frequencies allocated for purposes of air traffic and maritime navigation safety; state bodies competent for planning and management of radio frequencies concerning the plan related to the use of radio frequencies for purposes of national security and defense; regulatory body in charge of program content concerning the plan related to radio frequencies used for broadcast and in the Montenegrin Radio Amateur Alliance.

In the course of adopting the Radio Frequency Allotment Plan, the needs of national security and defense, protection from natural and other disasters and needs of air traffic safety shall be taken into consideration.

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