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NATP II - Telecommunications policy
Assists the regulatory authorities in the Mediterranean Partner Countries in their efforts to liberalise their telecommunications markets, through technical assistance and study visits
Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey
Budget: € 4 million (MEDA)
Actions in brief
- Promotes Euro-Med cooperation among regulatory authorities.
- Assists the telecommunications policy and regulatory authorities in the Partner Countries through workshops, study visits and conferences.
- Analyses the stage of development of the liberalisation and regulatory framework in the individual countries and the region.
- Creates an Observatory of country information, available online.
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