CRC authorities receive Korean representatives
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On October 17, 2016, Adiyasuren.S, Chairman and CEO of the Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia, Amgalan.Z, Director General of the Department of Radio Frequency Regulation and Monitoring, and Myagmarnaran.B, Head of the Division of International and Public Affairs received Mr. Myong Ryong Kim, President and CEO of the Korea Communications Agency, and Kim Sang-Jae, Director of Content Industry Promotion Department.

Authorities of the two institutions discussed on developing the bilateral cooperation in communications, information technology and broadcasting sectors by signing a cooperation memorandum by the next year or 2017. They also negotiated on working as a bridge between broadcasting television channels of the two countries and mutually exchanging their specialists for training sessions.


LAST UPDATE: 2016/11/08
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