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By order No. 211 of 1995 of the Minister of Infrastructure Development of Mongolia, The Communications Regulatory Council was established under the office of the Minister of Infrastructure Development, and by Order No. 308 of 1995, the first chairman of the Communications Regulatory Council was appointed. The Telecommunications Act was passed. Mobicom was granted the first mobile service license.


A contract for a special license to provide services has begun. /DATACOM/


The procedure for interconnection was approved and contract was started. The methodology for calculating the use of radio frequence bands and the evaluation of service fees was developed and approved. The radio and televsion reception and monitoring station was taken over from the Department of Radio and Television Affairs of Mongolia and the work of frequency monitoring in the territory of Mongolia was started.


Reassignment of radio frequencies and special licenses for the use of frequencies began. Development of technical standards in Mongolia's telecommunications sector has been started.


By order No. 79 of the Minister of Infrastructure Development, the Telecommunications Regulatory Council was organized independently under the jurisdiction of the Department of Posts and Telecommunications. the Law on Radio Waves was approved. the 2nd special license for mobile communications was granted.


In order to improve the structure of the Communications industry, the consulting services of the German company Detekon were obtained with the financing of the Asian Development Bank. The Law on Communications has been revised.


The Communications Regulatory Commission was established independently. With the financing of the World Bank, consulting services were obtained from USA Analyisis and Canada's McCarthy Tetrault to strengthen the Reuglatory Organization. Competition has been introduced to insterstate voice services.


The Law on Post was approved, the rules were revised and approved by the Goverment. Organized a training seminar on "Competition Interconnection Policy and Regulation" in cooperation with ITU and Malaysian Regulatory Organization.


The 3rd special license for mobile communication was granted. A unified gateway and monitoring station for Internet-based international voice services has been established. The procedure for the formation and spending of the Universal Service Obligation Service /USOF/ was approved. A pilot project was implemented in 8 soums of Arkhangai and Bayankhongor provinces, funded by the World Bank, in order to test the beginning of USOF using cellular and space communication to deliver inter-city voice services to soums and teams.


Pursuant to the Government's Special Fund Law, by Government Resolution No. 288 of 2006, the "Universal Service Obligation Fund" was established under the committee. Cellular Union has granted the 4th special license.


Zip codes, or unified postal zoning codes, were developed and implemented. Joined as a member organization of Telecommunications Development Branch /1TC-TC/ of ITU. The project of providing mail delivery vehicles to the post offices of the provinces of the western region, which has a lot of soums and teams and has poor road transport, was implemented by the Republic of Korea. Within the framework of the policy and regulation of introducing competition in fixed telephone services, Skynetcom Ltd. was granted a special license to operate intercity fixed communication services based on Internet Protocol and new generation technology. 


Conditions have been created for the transmission of multi-channel TV programs using the Ki band technology of space communication. A special license to introduce the 3rd generation /ZS/ technology and services based on it in Mongolia has been granted to 4 service providers engaged in mobile communication services. Long wave coverage is low, established 49 ultra-shortwave stations in remote western provinces and handed them over to the Radio and Television Network Department. A special license was granted for a space communication ground station to transmit TV broadcasts across the country on 10 channels. As part of the program to deliver wireless communication services to Soum, a total of 131 Soum public telecommunication services were delivered. Pilot projects of using small-scale digital radio relay in rural areas, providing internet services in Soum, and FM radio of Mongolia in western provinces were implemented through BNUS.


According to the conclusion of the European Bank for Reconstruction, which compares the statistical indicators of communications regulation among transitional countries, the Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia took the 3rd place. The "National Radio Frequency Regulation System" with stationary, mobile and portable equipment with national radio frequency regulation and measurement equipment was created for the first time in Mongolia enabling regulation of the radio frequency band. Based on the decision and recommendations made by the ITU, the frequency band planning strategy for the period 2009-2012 was revised and approved. Introduced the wireless Internet connection \/\/|-Max and \/\/| technology. With the funding of the World Bank's "Information Communication Infrastructure Development Project", 152 remote points in 76 regions of Mongolia have put into operation public service communication points using soace communication satellites. Internet protocol-based IP TV(1RTU) and mobile TV (MobNe TU) services were introduced. It has beome the first branch of infrastructure to implement the new principle of interconnetion revenue distribution between the networks of telecommunication service providers, to track non-discriminatory geographical charges for interconnection across Mongolia, and implement non-discriminatory tariffs. Joined the technology-neutral licensing principle for voice services. According to amendments made to the Law on Telecommunications and Government Resolution No. 151 of 2009, the USOF was transferred to Information Technology, Post and Telecommunication Authority.


The rate regulation for the delivery of internet services in the local area was carried out, and the opportunity to provide internet services to the local users at a low price was created. With the World Bank's financing, it was possible to provide Internet services to 7 provincial centers and 27 districts. A Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the field of telecommunications was signed with the Communications Commission of the Republic of Korea (KCC) and the Radio Control Center (CKMO) of the country. The "National Program of Digital Radio and Television Broadcasting" was approved by Resolution No. 275 of 2010 of the Government of Mongolia. Multi-channel television broadcasts are received by digital technology throughout the country using satellites


Successfully organized and implemented the transfer of television broadcasts from the C band to the Ku band in rural areas. "General conditions and requirements for regulation of television and radio" were approved Regular monitoring of TV programs has been started. In Mongolia's Law on Special Licensing of Business Activities, the category of "content service" was added, and special licenses were issued to cable channels. "Digital Radio and Television Forum 2011" was organized within the framework of digital television broadcasting policy and regulation. (At the forum, representatives of the Ministry of Communications and Broadcasting Associations of Japan, Korea, and Taiwan, the European DVB project, and German digital broadcaster manufacturer Rohde Schwarz made presentations about their products.) With the financing of the World Bank, the purchase of "National Radio Frequency Regulation Software" made it possible to carry out radio wave regulation activities that meet the standards of the ITU.


The task of re-identification of legitimate monopolies and dominant businesses of service providers operating in the information and communication sector was organized. Digital TV equipment test installation measurements were completed in - 22 sums of Dornogovi, Govi-Sumber, Dundgovi provinces, Dalanzadgad of Umungovi province, Udgoshil and Tsagaandelger districts of Dundgovi province. In accordance with the Election Law of Mongolia, the broadcasting of election campaigns of candidates for the regular elections of the State Great Khural was monitored. At the World Radiocommunication Congress 2012 (WRC12) organized by ITU, protecting Mongolia's interests and raising issues, appropriate changes were made to the "International Radio Frequency Regulation". The Reform Government started to provide regular responses to citizens' requests through the "11-11 CENTER".


Obtained consulting services for certification of information and communication networks and consumer equipment, developed and approved certification documents according to MNS ISO:17065 national standard. A total of 6 new agreements on the use of radio waves near the border were signed between Mongolia and the Russian Federation. In cooperation with the World Bank, received consulting services for "Improving the Permit System" with the financing of the World Bank. A seminar was organized on the topics of the development of the 4th generation of mobile communication technology (LTE, LTE-Advanced), international policies, regulations, and technical and technological solutions. Received consulting services in the field of frequency management and policy regulation from the Information Development Institute of the Republic of Korea /KISDI/. Won a project organized by the Ministry of Communications of the Republic of Korea and got a radio wave monitoring station. Regulatory documents, terms and conditions, regulations, and information on radio frequency allocation are made available to the public.


Within the framework of the e-CRC project, the process of transferring the unified database of special licenses, certificates, and registrations to online electronic (eCRC) format has started to be implemented in stages. In connection with the announcement of 2014 as the Year of Legal Reform by the Government of Mongolia, 90% of regulatory documents in the telecommunications sector were updated. Received certification from the Department of Standard Metrology in the field of information and communication. CRMO of South Korea; Taiwan NCC; Motorola of Singapore and GSMA, the association of international mobile service providers; Worked with the ITU in the Asian region in the field of certification. In cooperation with the GSMA organization, the first training on "Radio waves and human health" was organized for the first time. 4-digit numbers for information and directory services throughout Mongolia have been transferred to 1800 and 1900 prefix numbers In the Law on Telecommunications, the legal and legal regulations for the introduction of mobile number transfer service in Mongolia were made. For the first time, 21 regions worked in the field of radio frequency monitoring. The details of 17 space communication stations and 2,900 ground network stations were registered as part of the registration process in the International Radio Frequency Master Register. Successfully restored relations with Mongolia and China in the field of border radio frequency regulation. As part of the work to improve the broadcasting policy and regulation, the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Organization received consulting services. In cooperation with the Broadcasting Organization of the Asia-Pacific region, the Concept of Broadcasting, the scope and content of the law, and the Draft Law on Broadcasting were developed. The transition of television broadcasting to digital technology, approved by Resolution No. 275 of 2010 of the Government of Mongolia, has been started. The Great Khural of Mongolia has organized and approved amendments to the Laws on Customs, Customs Tariffs, Customs Taxes, and the Regulations for the Passage of Interstate Mail Packages through the Customs Border. Websites www.zipcode.mn and www.cybersafety.mn have been updated.


A memorandum of cooperation was signed with the Department of Fair Competition and Consumer Protection and the General Department of Customs. 2 special licenses for internet protocol-based television multi-channel broadcasting services and 1 special license for satellite television multi-channel broadcasting services were issued, respectively. Broadcast regulatory requirements have been revised. New conditions and requirements for delivery of television and radio broadcasts in the territory of Mongolia have been developed and approved. For the first time, investment research of television, radio broadcasting and cable channel service providers was conducted in a unified manner and delivered to the public. "UPost" software, which is an integrated system of postal registration, control and inquiry, was introduced for the enterprises and engaged in postal services. In 2015, the 20th anniversary of the Communications Regulatory Commission was celebrated, and within the framework of the 20th anniversay, the Commission organized numerous events, activities and training seminars. Also, the Compendium of Legal Documents of the Communications Sector was updated and distributed to the organizations and citizens who have special licenses. The technical and operating conditions and requirements for digital communication radio trunking stations throughout Mongolia and the draft regulatory document for radio frequencies 342.0-344.5/ 347.02-349.5 MHz were discussed. Based on articles 3.2.4 and 3.3 of the Committee, emendments were made to the Law on Electronic Signatures in the Annex to Resolution No. 36 dated July 8, 2015. The operation was organized by the English company Samknows, which was awarded the tender within the provisions related to improving the speed and quality of Internet services of the National High-Speed Broadband Network Program. The license registration and calculation program was pt into operation, allowing users to track their own payments and automatically calculate the amount of the license fee and send the information in the form of a claim. The collector studied the technical solutions for organizing the server, gave the task of organizing the server to the service providers, and completed the task of organizing the server to the service providers, and completed the task of organizing the server in 3 enterprises on a trial basis. Television broadcasting has completely transitioned from analog to digital. The first meeting was held on the results of the measurement and inspection on the radio frequency control activities of the two countries in the border regions, exchanging information on the allocation and use of radio frequeny bands neqr the border with Mongolia and China. Representatives of Mongolia participated in the World Radiocommunication Congress (WRS15) organized by ITU with 4 proposals on 3 issues.


The compilation of legal documents of the communications sector has been updated. Directory of zoning codes of Mongolia-2017 has been published. 4G mobile communication technology has been successfully introduced in Mongolia. The radio frequency and radio frequency band for local multi-channel television wireless KATV has been moved to the 600MHz band, which is the standard TV broadcasting band approved by the ITU. 4 new standards of the information and communication industry have been approved. In aupport of the intiative to protect children in the online environment initiated by the Internnational Telecommunication union(ITU), CRC has Launched the website www.ekids.mn for parents, teachers and educators, teenagers and children. Monitored the election advertising broadcast on radio and television for the seventh reuglar election of the Mongolian National Assembly. (World Radio Congress 19) participated in the first session of the Asia-Pacific region. From July 4 to 16,2016 in Ulaanbaatar,the high-level meeting of Asian and European countries (the 11th high-level meeting of ASEM) was organized and carried out by the team of the Radio Frequency Regulation and Monitoring Department of the Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia. A memorandum of cooperation was signed with the Republic of Korea Radio Technology Promotion Agency.


The website www.happywebs.mn has been launched in order to support the business activities of website service providers, to create a healthy environment for fair competition, and to ensure the implementation of laws and regulations. Starting in 2017 started celebrating World Radio Day (February 13), organized by UNESCO in Mongolia. a hand-drawing and essay writing contest on the topic of "discrimination in the electronic environment" and the 47th letter writing contest by the Universal Postal Union were organized. A memorandum of cooperation was signed with the National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission of the Kingdom of Thailand. According to the International Convention on Registration of Physical Objects Launched into Space and the Law of Mongolia on Telecommunications and Radio Waves, The Communications Regulatory Commission has registered the "Mazaalai" satellite as the first physical objects launched into space in Mongolia under the number m2017-001. Radio frequency license for communication, management and regulation has been granted for amateur radio in metric and decimeter scale (vhf/uhf). The 2nd meeting to regulate the use of radio frequencies in the border area between Mongolia and the People's Republic of China was held. Monitored the campaign for the seventh presidential election of Mongolia. Mr. BRAHIMA SANOU, Head of International Telecommunication Union Development Department (ITU-D), and Mr. IONAE KOROIVUKI, Director of the Asia-Pacific region, visited Mongolia.


In order to simplify services and activities directed from the government to citizens and to develop e-governance, the "HUR" system of government information exchange, which is the basis of digital services, was developed and put into service starting from January this year.


In order to simplify services and activities directed from the government to citizens and to develop e-governance, the "HUR" system of government information exchange, which is the basis of digital services, was developed and put into service starting from January this year.


In order to simplify services and activities directed from the government to citizens and to develop e-governance, the state information exchange system "HUR" which is the basis of digital services has been developed and put into service since January of this year.


• Amendments were made to the Law on Elections, and control and regulation of the online environment • The Broadcasting Act came into effect • IWF joined.