The Agency for Electronic Communications is established with the Law on Electronic Communications ("Official Gazette no. 13/2005, 14/2007, 55/2007, 98/2008 and no. 83/2010) in 2005 as an independent regulatory body in the electronic communications markets.
For the purpose of regulating the electronic communications market in a systematic manner, the Agency has tightly defined objectives to be achieved. The Agency has directions to achieve the goals of a competitive market in which the conditions would be created for end users to use electronic communications services with best quality and prices. Of course, to follow such practices, the Agency has a clear strategy for market development that should be achieved as well as a defined path that should be followed in a short and medium term.
Agreements on technical cooperation signed by heads of regional NRAs
Belgrade, 01 October 2019 - During a two-day international conference of electronic communications regulators titled "Future regulation for a global connectivity" taking place in Budva, Montenegro, directors of NRAs from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Montenegro signed Technical Agreements on border coordination for Mobile Fixed Communication Networks (MFCN), for non-GSM technologies in 800MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz and 2100MHz bands.
The Technical Agreements were signed, on behalf of their respective NRAs, by: Dr Vladica Tintor, director of RATEL (Serbia), Predrag Kovač, director general of RAK (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Sašo Dimitrijoski, director of AEK (North Macedonia) and Darko Grgurović, executive director of EKIP (Montenegro). The Agreements are publicly available at: https://www.ratel.rs/en/page/coordination-agreement.