ANRCETI, AEC sign cooperation agreement

11 May 2015

Moldova’s telecoms regulator, the National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI), and its Macedonian counterpart – the Agency for Electronic Communications (AEC) – have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in relation to electronic communications regulation. According to a joint press release, the main objective of the agreement is to establish a sustainable partnership for cooperation in the regulation and supervision of telecoms activities, in accordance with European Union (EU) legislation, and the respective national legislations of the two countries. TeleGeography notes that ANRCETI has signed similar agreements with four other Eastern European telecoms authorities, namely: the Communications Regulation Commission (CRC) of Bulgaria, Romania’s National Authority for Management & Regulations (ANCOM), the Communications Regulatory Authority (Rysiu Reguliavimo Tarnyba – RRT) of Lithuania and the Czech Telecommunication Office (CTU).