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27 May, 2019

ANRCETI SPECIALISTS STUDY ISSUES REGARDING THE REGULATION OF COSTS FOR POSTAL SERVICES AND ACCESS TO THE NETWORK OF THE UNIVERSAL POSTAL SERVICE PROVIDER

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On February 7-8, the National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI) is hosting a workshop on "Costs for postal services and access to the network of the universal postal service provider". The event is attended by specialists from ANRCETI, as well as from the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure.

The workshop is provided by the European Commission (EC) by means of the Technical Assistance and Information Exchange Program (TAIEX) and is delivered by two experts in electronic and postal communications from Austrian Regulatory Authority for Broadcasting and Telecommunications (RTR) and of the Lithuanian Communications Regulatory Authority (RRT).

The experts will share their experience in the field of postal service regulation, as well as the best policies and strategies applied to establish postal service costs and ensure access to the universal postal service provider's network.

This is the first workshop this year, under the TAIEX technical assistance and information exchange program. By the end of 2019, ANRCETI has planned three more workshops, which will focus on topical issues in the field of electronic and postal communications.

TAIEX is a technical assistance and information exchange tool of the EC, which provides support to authorities in transposing and implementing European Union (EU) legislation in beneficiary countries. This program provides advice to specialists from beneficiary countries by means of the assistance from EU experts.

 February 7, 2019

Information was given by: ANRCETI, Public Relations and Protocol Service
Changed: 8/02/2019