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.
AEK participated in the 17th International Conference organized by ITU and EKIP
Skopje, 04 October 2019 - Representatives of AEK participated in the 17th International Conference organized by ITU and the Montenegrin Regulatory Authority EKIP, entitled Future Regulation on Inclusive Connection, which was held within the INFOFEST Festival in Budva, Montenegro, from September 30th to October 1st. Colleagues Zoran Aleksov and Boris Arsov gave a joint presentation at the conference entitled "Multilayer mapping of telecommunications infrastructure in Macedonia". The presentation presented the current implemented solutions in the Agency related to telecommunications infrastructure through the Single Information Point (SIP) and the web GIS collector, including the mapping of telecommunications infrastructure of all Operators and Institutions in Macedonia that have or hold telecommunications infrastructure. The future activities of the Agency related to expanding the functionality of SIP in order to encourage the technical and technological development of the telecommunications infrastructure of the companies and institutions in the country were also presented. Read more, on AEK's website, here...