The activities of the Executive Committee of the Regional Commonwealth in the Field of Communications in the reporting period were aimed at implementing the decisions of the CIS Council of States' Heads and the CIS Council of Governments' Heads, the RCC Board of Communications Administrations Heads (RCC Board of the CAs Heads), the Coordination Council of the CIS Member-States on Informatization at the RCC (Coordination Council ), working bodies of the RCC, and in general corresponded to the tasks defined by the constituent documents of the RCC.

In 2019, the RCC Executive Committee continued to prepare and submit proposals to the RCC Board, the Coordination Council, and the RCC working bodies for consideration and development of agreed decisions.

In the reporting year, the RCC Executive Committee organized events in which about 900 specialists and experts of the RCC communications administrations took part:

- 55/25th joint meeting of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads and the Coordination Council
(September 16, 2019, Nur-Sultan, Republic of Kazakhstan), at which 26 issues were considered and 22 agreed decisions were made on them (114 people attended the meeting);

- 10 meetings of the RCC Commissions, including joint ones with the RCC Telecommunications and Infocommunication Operators Board, the RCC Postal Operators Board, as well as the meeting of the IPA CIS-RCC Expert Council, at which more than 100 issues were considered (more than 230 people attended the meetings);

- 13 meetings of working groups at which more than 80 issues were considered
(More than 360 people attended the meetings).

A significant event in the reporting period was the holding of the joint 55/25th meeting of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads and the Coordination Council, which took place on September 16-17, 2019, Nur - Sultan, Republic of Kazakhstan.

The joint meeting of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads and the Coordination Council of the CIS Member-States at the RCC (RCC Board of the CAs Heads and the Coordination Council) was chaired by the Chairman of the RCC Board and the Coordination Council, Minister of Digital Development, Telecommunications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation Noskov Konstantin Yuryevich.

Welcoming remarks were addressed to the meeting participants:

- Chairman of the RCC Board and the Coordination Council, Minister of Digital Development, Telecommunications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation Noskov Konstantin Yuryevich;

- from the hosting side - Minister of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan Zhumagaliev Askar Kuanyshevich;

- Secretary-General of the International Telecommunication Union Houlin Zhao;

- General-Director of the Universal Postal Union Bishar Abdirahman Hussein.

At a joint meeting of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads and the Coordination Council, the practice of holding round tables on topical issues in the development of the industry was continued.

The  RCC Communications Administrations Heads exchanged views on the issue of digital development, implementation and development of 5G in the countries of RCC Members, as well as on measures taken by the RCC CAs to combat fraud on communication networks.

Significant work was carried out by the RCC Executive Committee together with the communications administrations of the Commonwealth countries to prepare for consideration at a meeting of a large block of issues related to the participation of RCC CAs in major international forums and summing up their results.

The meeting participants discussed the preparations for the RCC communications administrations for the World Radiocommunication Conference 2019 and the Radiocommunication Assembly 2019. The document “Positions of the RCC CAs on the Agenda Items of the   RA-19/WRC-19” presented by the RCC Commission on RFS and SO was approved.

Based on the results of the consideration of the preparation of the RCC CAs for the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly 2020, a preliminary draft of the RCC General Proposals for WTSA-20 was approved. The RCC Commission for the Coordination of International Cooperation, together with the RCC Working Group on work with ITU, will continue to prepare the RCC GP for WTSA-20.

During the meeting, the topics of the RCC communications administrations' contributions to the ITU 2021 World Telecommunication Development Conference were also approved.

At a joint 55/25th meeting of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads and the Coordination Council, a number of topical issues were proposed that were proposed for development and submission for consideration by the highest CIS bodies in 2020-2021:

- on the draft Concept of cooperation between the member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States in the field of digital development and the Plan of priority measures for its implementation;

- on the draft Agreement on the information interaction of the CIS Member-States in the field of digital development of society;

- on the draft Memorandum on combating fraud on telecommunication networks.

At the same time, it was decided by the RCC Board of the CAs Heads as reports to submit for consideration by the highest bodies of the CIS in an established manner the following issues:

 - on the progress in the implementation of the Strategy for cooperation between the CIS Member-States in the construction and development of the information society for the period up to 2025 and the Action Plan for its implementation for the period up to 2025;

- on the implementation of the UPU Regional Development Plan for 2017-2020 for the regions of Europe and Central Asia.

The participants in the joint meeting considered a block of postal issues:

- on the preparations for the 3rd Extraordinary Congress of the Universal Postal Union and events to celebrate the 145th anniversary of the UPU;

- on the implementation of the UPU Regional Development Plan for 2017-2020 for the regions of Europe and Central Asia;

- on the implementation of the priority areas of activities of the RCC CAs and services/units at the level of designated operators for the implementation of the decisions of the 26th UPU Congress;

- on the preparation of a draft Memorandum on forms of interaction between the countries of the RCC members on postal security issues.

In the framework of the joint meeting, the postage stamp issued by Kazpost JSC in honour of the 145th anniversary of the Universal Postal Union took place.

The ceremony was held with the participation of the General-Director of the UPU Bishar Hussein, Minister of Digital Development, Telecommunications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation Noskov Konstantin Yosyevich, Minister of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan Zhumagaliev Askar Kuanyshevich, Chairman of the Kazpost JSC Board Sarsenov Saken Seitzhaparovicha General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee Mukhitdinov Nurudin Nasretdinovich.

From January 1, 2020, to December 31, 2021, the Minister of Industry and Communications of Turkmenistan Dyurkhanov Takhyrberdi Charyberdyevich was appointed to the position of Deputy Chairman of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads.

The Minister of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan Askar Kuanyshevich Zhumagaliev, from January 1, 2020, to December 31, 2021, was appointed to the position of Deputy Chairman of the Coordination Council of the CIS Member-States on Informatization at the RCC.

Mukhitdinov Nurudin Nasretdinovich was re-elected to the post of General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee for a term until December 31, 2023.

According to established practice, during the joint meetings of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads and the Coordination Council, more than 30 bilateral and multilateral meetings of the Chairman of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads, heads of delegations of RCC CAs and the management of ITU and the UPU were organized.

At the end of the joint meeting of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads and the Coordination Council, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Mamin Askar Uzakpaevich, received the Heads of the RCC Communications Administrations delegations, the Secretary-General of the International Telecommunication Union, the General-Director of the Universal Postal Union and the General-Director of the Executive Committee of the Regional Commonwealth in the field of Communications.

At the meeting, the Head of Government noted that the Communications Administration of the Republic of Kazakhstan pays great attention to the implementation of 5G communication technologies, the expansion of broadband Internet access, as well as other projects on informatization and digitalization, which have a serious effect on the development of the Kazakhstani economy and increase its competitiveness.

As part of the second day of the aforementioned event, a presentation was made of the capabilities of 5G technology, Astana Hub, the Digital Center for Public Services, and Kazpost Digital Office for the Heads of RCC delegations.

An important event for the RCC CAs and the RCC Executive Committee in 2019 was the participation in the Third Extraordinary Congress of the Universal Postal Union (September 24-26, 2019, Geneva, Switzerland).

General Director of the Turkish Post Kenan Bozgeik was elected Chairman of the Third Extraordinary Congress of the UPU. Plenipotentiary delegates from 150 countries were represented in plenary on the opening day of the Congress.

The UPU Congress was attended by representatives of the RCC CAs: the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation, Turkmenistan and the RCC Executive Committee.

During the days of the Extraordinary Congress, a working meeting was held between the leadership of the RCC Executive Committee and the leadership of PostEurop.

The decision made at the UPU Congress Plenary, known as “option V”, will increase the accelerated UPU rate for the system used to pay for the delivery of incoming bulky international letters and small packages, phasing in self-announced tariffs starting in 2020.

This decision of the UPU Extraordinary Congress was reflected in the final documents of the Congress, namely, in the UPU Convention:

- Article 28: Terminal expenses. General Provisions

- Article 28bis: Terminal expenses. Self-set rates for non-formatted items (E) of written correspondence and small packages (E),

- Article 29: Terminal expenses. Provisions applicable to mail flow between designated operators of the countries of the final system,

- Article 30: Terminal expenses. Provisions applicable to mail flow between designated operators of countries in the transition system.

In order to coordinate the positions of the RCC Communications Administrations and develop a commonly agreed position of the RCC CAs on the agenda items of the UPU Extraordinary Congress and the tasks of the Third Extraordinary UPU Congress, RCC Coordination Meetings were held daily. Much attention was paid to the voting procedure at the Congress, the question of the interaction of the RCC with other UPU Regional organizations was also considered.

The main events of ITU in 2019 were the holding of the Radiocommunication Assembly, the World Radiocommunication Conference and the 1st Preparatory Meeting for WRC-23 (November 2019, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt).

The 2019 Radiocommunication Assembly (RA-19) was held from October 21 to October 25, 2019, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.

More than 40 delegates from Communications Administrations took part in the work of RA-19: the Republic of Armenia, the Azerbaijan Republic, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Uzbekistan and the RCC Executive Committee.

Pastukh Sergey Yuryevich was elected as the Chairman of the 2019 Radiocommunication Assembly, whose candidacy from the RCC was approved by the Decision of the RCC Board of the CAs Heads №55/25-4 of September 16-17, 2019, Nur-Sultan, Republic of Kazakhstan.

An important result of the work of the RA-19 was the election of representatives of the RCC CAs to the leading posts of the Conference Preparatory Meeting, the Radiocommunication Advisory Group, and the ITU Radiocommunication Sector Study Groups.

The following candidates were elected to the above working bodies: Sergey Pastukh (Russia) - Vice-Chairman of the Conference Preparatory Meeting, Samvel Aratyunyan (Armenia) and Alexander Vasilyev (Russia) - Vice-Chairmen of the Radiocommunication Advisory Group, Gulam Abdulaev (Azerbaijan), Tatyana Sukhodolskaya (Russia), Albert Nalbandyan (Armenia) - Vice-Chairmen of Study Group 1 (spectrum management), Olga Yastrebtsova (Russia) - Vice-Chairman of Study Group 3 (distribution is pleased Ovoln), Viktor Strelets (Russia) - Chairman of Study Group 4 (satellite services), Timofey Kim (Kazakhstan), Danube Badyrkhanov (Azerbaijan) - Vice-Chairmen of Study Group 4 (satellite services), Alexey Shurakhov (Russia), Raid Alekberli ( Azerbaijan) - Vice-Chairmen of Study Group 5 (terrestrial services), Andrei Lashkevich (Russia) - Vice-Chairman of Study Group 6 (broadcasting services), Rizat Nurshabekov (Kazakhstan), Igor Zheltonogov (Russia) - Vice-Chairmen of Study Group 7 (scientific services), Oksana Himach (Russia) - Vice-Chairman of the Special Committee on Terminology.

The 2019 Radiocommunication Assembly summarized the work of ITU-R Study Groups to develop ITU-R Recommendations and Reports, which are one of the most important regulatory documents in the field of radiocommunication at the international level.

RA-19 paid particular attention to IMT issues, in particular, amending Recommendation ITU-R M. 1036, which defines frequency plans for the implementation of the IMT terrestrial mobile telecommunication segment (including 5G systems) in the frequency bands defined for IMT in the Radio Regulations (RR).

One of the pressing issues at the Assembly was the consideration of the draft new Recommendation ITU-R SA. [IMT-EESS / SRS COORDINATION] on the methodology for determining the coordination zones of satellite earth service stations and earth space research earth stations to protect these systems from interference from IMT-2020 systems in the frequency ranges 25.5-27 GHz and 37-38 GHz. Thanks to the efforts of the RCC CA delegations, the Radiocommunication Assembly instructed ITU-R Study Group 7, which is responsible for scientific services, to finalize this draft and approve this Recommendation in 2021.

In addition, the Radiocommunication Assembly adopted two new Resolutions that define the main objectives of research in the field of television broadcasting: Resolutions ITU-R 70 “Principles for the future development of broadcasting” and Resolutions ITU-R 71 “The role of the Radiocommunication Sector in the current development of television, sound and multimedia broadcasting. "

Based on ITU studies carried out in accordance with these Resolutions, the contours of the future system of standards and technical solutions of the next generation in the production, international exchange and delivery of television broadcasting programs will be developed and determined at the international level.

The adoption of these Resolutions is a response to the challenges facing television broadcasting - the need to increase the speed of transport streams for transmitting television programs in new high and ultra-high definition formats, and on the other hand, the possibility of reducing the available radio-frequency spectrum due to the transfer of some working countries television broadcasting bands for the implementation of other radio services, such as mobile networks.

An equally urgent task is also to harmonize the standards and systems of next-generation digital television broadcasting at the world level to reduce the cost of equipment, increase the speed of development of promising technical solutions and television systems.

In addition to technical issues, the Assembly revised its working methods, the working methods of Study Groups, the Radiocommunication Advisory Group and other ITU-R groups, as defined in Resolution MCE-R 1-7, as well as the organization of the preparatory process for the World Radiocommunication Conferences, as defined in ITU Resolution -R 2-7. Work in this direction took place within the framework of Working Group 5A.

Between October 28 and November 22, 2019 (Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt), the 2019 ITU World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19) was held.

WRC-19 was attended by over 3900 delegates from 165 ITU member countries. From our region, delegations of the Communications Administrations participated in the work of WRC-19: the Republic of Armenia, the Azerbaijan Republic, the Republic of Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Uzbekistan and the RCC Executive Committee.

The opening of WRC-19 was preceded by a meeting of the Heads of the WRC-19 Delegations, which resulted in the coordination and subsequent election of candidates for leadership positions in the conference.

 The regional communications community was represented by:

Vice-Chairman of WRC-19 - Pastukh S.Y. (Russia);

Vice-Chairman of Committee 2 (Credentials Committee) - Kim T.G. (Kazakhstan);

Chairman of Committee 3 (Budget Committee) - A. Kadyrmyshev (Kyrgyzstan);

Vice-Chairman of Committee 4 (Committee on Special Agenda Items) –G. Abdulaev (Azerbaijan);

Vice-Chairman of Committee 5 (Committee on Special Agenda Items) –M. Strelets (Russia);

Vice-Chairman of Committee 6 (Committee on Special Agenda Items) –– D. Dusmatov (Uzbekistan);

Vice-Chairman of Committee 7 (Drafting Committee) - D. Cherkesov (Russia).

The drafting group of Claim 1.2 - B. Sorokin (Russia);

The editorial group according to p. 9.1.3 - M. Strelets (Russia).

In preparation for the RA-19/WRC-19, the RCC Communications Administrations prepared 257 General Proposals for the agenda items of the Conference.

The achievement of positive results at the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference was facilitated by the comprehensive preparatory work carried out by the RCC Commission on the Regulation of the Use of the Radio Frequency Spectrum and Satellite Orbits, as well as by the Working Group on Preparing for WRC-19 and RA-19, in accordance with the RCC Preparation Plan for World Radiocommunication Conference and the Radiocommunication Assembly 2019. ”

The RCC Executive Committee together with representatives of the RCC CAs organized RCC Coordination Meetings. As part of WRC-19, 18 of them were held, at which the issues on the agenda items of the next working day of WRC-19 were discussed in detail, as well as the progress of promoting the General Proposals of the RCC CAs.

On November 22, 2019, at the International Congress Center in the “El Salam” Hall, the final Coordination Meeting of the delegations of the RCC participating countries took place as part of the work of WRC-19, which was also attended by ITU Secretary-General Zhao H., Director of the ITU-R Radiocommunication Bureau Manevich M., Chairman of WRC-19 Badavi A., Minister of Communications and Informatization of the Republic of Belarus Shulgan K., Deputy Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan Velizade E., Chairman of the Telecommunications Committee of the Ministry of Digital Development, and Innovation and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan V. Yaroshenko, Deputy Minister of Communications of the Republic of Cuba A. Lopez, Director of the Radio Frequency Spectrum Department of the Ministry of Communications of the Republic of Cuba Martinez M., Director of the Monitoring and Control Department of the Communications Regulatory Agency of Afghanistan Harres S. and Head of the Department of Professional Participants of the Agency Afghanistan Communications Regulator Shagival F.

The heads of ITU and the RCC CAs participating in the meeting praised the organization of work of the RCC CAs representatives at WRC-19.

The main results of WRC-19 were the adoption of decisions on additional spectrum allocation at the global level for IMT-2020 (5G mobile), including in the millimetre wavelength range. The allocation of spectrum for mass machine connections will make it possible to create in the near future many applications facilitating the operation of intelligent transport systems, help create smart cities, effectively influence the climate, improve public health, introduce new methods of farming and increase energy efficiency.

At the same time, to ensure unhindered space monitoring of the Earth and its atmosphere, the necessary spectrum was provided for the protection of the Earth exploration-satellite service (EESS), as well as meteorological and other passive services in adjacent radio frequency bands, such as the space research service (SRS). Satellite services supporting meteorology and climatology, which are aimed at protecting human life and natural resources, will be protected from harmful radio frequency interference, as well as the systems used by radio astronomers to study deep space. Measures have also been taken to ensure the protection of radio astronomy stations from any harmful radio interference created by other space stations or satellite systems in orbit.

An important outcome of the Conference was the preservation of the positions of the countries of the RCC participants as set forth in the GP of the RCC CA at WRC-19. Almost all the proposals of the RCC CAs on the WRC-19 Agenda items were reflected in the final documents of the Conference.

At the end of the Conference, from November 25 to 26, 2019, the 1st Preparatory Meeting for WRC-23 (CPM23-1) was held.

More than 380 participants from most of the 193 ITU member countries participated in CPM23-1. From the Regional Commonwealth in the field of Communications, representatives of the CA of the Republic of Belarus, the CA of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the CA of the Russian Federation and the RCC Executive Committee participated in the work of CPM23-1.

On November 25, 2019, the RCC Executive Committee organized a coordination meeting with representatives of the RCC participating countries. The purpose of the meeting was to develop a unified approach for RCC participants on the work programs of the relevant ITU-R study groups and to prepare a draft CPM Report structure based on the agendas of WRC-23 and WRC-27. The meeting also developed a unified approach to identify research topics in preparation for WRC-23 and determined the need for the number of ITU-R working groups (task forces, integrated) for the upcoming 4-year study period.

In the reporting year, the RCC Executive Committee continued to prepare proposals for harmonizing the regulatory framework in the field of communications and information and communication technologies and organizing the development of methodological documents, reference and analytical materials of interest to RCC participants.

The main activities of the Expert Council are the establishment of multilateral mutually beneficial cooperation of the Commonwealth countries in the field of ICT, the implementation of coordinated actions in the formation of a common CIS information space, the approximation of the regulatory framework, the exchange of information resources, a comprehensive solution to the problem of information security, and the successful integration of the CIS Member-States into the global information society.

The 20th meeting of the Expert Council of the Interparliamentary Assembly of the Commonwealth of Independent States - RCC was held on April 24, 2019, Moscow, Russian Federation.

Within the framework of the IPA CIS - RCC Expert Council, the participants discussed draft model laws:

- on the performance of notarial acts in electronic form in cross-border information exchange;

- about scientific and technical information;

- on digital development;

- on the suppression of violations in the field of ICT.

The analytical report "Legislative and regulatory framework for building a digital economy and the information society" prepared by the RCC Executive Committee was presented to the experts.

In the reporting year, the RCC Executive Committee continued its interaction with the CIS Executive Committee to support the implementation of:

 - The third stage of the Economic Development Strategy of the Commonwealth of Independent States for the period until 2020;

- Strategies for cooperation among the CIS Member-States in building and developing the information society and an Action Plan for its implementation for the period up to 2025;

- Agreements on the conditions for the implementation of inter-operator settlements in the provision of international telecommunication services in the CIS Member-States;

- Agreement on cooperation by the CIS Member-States in the development and use of cellular mobile communication systems dated January 17, 1997;

- The draft Concept of cooperation of the CIS Member-States in the field of digital development and the Plan of priority measures for its implementation;

- The draft Agreement on the information interaction of the CIS Member-States in the field of digital development.

Also in the reporting year, the RCC Executive Committee paid special attention to improving the efficiency of the RCC working bodies and improving their activities.

The RCC Executive Committee, taking into account the revitalization of the High-Level Working Group on the Development of the Information Society since 2016, analyzed the activities of the following RCC Working Bodies for the period from 2014 to 2019:

- RCC Commission on the Economics of Infocommunications;

- RCC infocommunication commissions;

-RCC Human Resources Development Board;

-Working group on the development of the Interstate network of information and marketing centers for the promotion of goods and services of the CIS Member-States to national markets.

The Working Group on the revision of the RCC Regulatory Documents supported the proposals of the RCC Executive Committee on improving the activities of the RCC Working Bodies and the RCC structure.

By a decision of the joint 55/25th meeting, the RCC Board of the CAs Heads and the Coordination Council approved the new RCC structure taking into account the amendments, namely:

- the competencies of the RCC Commission on the Economics of Infocommunications, the RCC Commission on Infocommunications, the RCC Human Resources Development Board with the High-Level Working Group on the Development of the Information Society are combined and transferred to the unified competence of the HLWG,

- in connection with the change in the powers and functions of the communications administrations of the CIS Member-States, the Working Group on the Development of the Interstate Network of Information and Marketing Centers for the Promotion of Goods and Services of the CIS Member-States on National Markets, established within the framework of the Regional Commonwealth in the Field of Communications, was abolished.

The RCC Executive Committee sent the corresponding draft Protocol on amendments to the Regulation on the Working Group on the Development of an Interstate Network of Information and Marketing Centers for the Promotion of Goods and Services of the CIS Member-States to National Markets, approved by the Decision of the CIS Council of the Governments' Heads on May 21, 2010, to the Executive CIS committee for further consideration in an established manner.

The work of the Working Group on the revision of the RCC regulatory documents together with the RCC Executive Committee on the introduction of appropriate amendments to the RCC regulatory documents will continue.

In 2019, the RCC Executive Committee developed the terms of reference and carried out work to transfer information from the old RCC website to the new official RCC website www.rcc.org.ru, which meets all the requirements of a modern means of informing and storing public information.

Global changes in the visual structure of the site are due to optimization of the user experience of interacting with the main sections, the system of publishing materials has been radically changed, which in turn has a positive effect on the speed of processing and publishing materials.

Currently, the new official website of the Regional Commonwealth in the field of Communications is a digital platform for publishing events and materials of RCC meetings. At the same time, a flexible content management system allows expanding the possibilities of publishing news, events and materials for meetings. Work on improving individual sections of the site will also be continued in the future.

As part of the RCC's statutory activities, the Executive Committee carried out work on the preparation and publication of specialized information booklets “RCC News”, in connection with the need to support the RCC General Proposals at the 2019 ITU World Radiocommunication Conference.

In 2019, the RCC Executive Committee, together with the leadership of the ITU Regional Office for the CIS, the International Bureau of UPU and the RCC CA, organized and held 16 regional international seminars on ICT and postal services, in which more than 350 specialists of the RCC communications administrations and operators took part. 

At the seminars, special attention was paid to important aspects of the industry, as well as constructive dialogue with leading experts from different countries.

In 2019, the following events were held that contributed to the development of the ICT industry in our region:

- ITU Forum “Smart Sustainable Cities: Technological Trends, Success Stories and Prospects” and ITU Training “Key Performance Indicators for Smart Sustainable Cities in the Context of Achieving the SDGs” (February 26-27, 2019, Minsk, Republic of Belarus);

- 3rd Annual Spectrum Management Conference for the CIS countries and Central and Eastern Europe (April 8-9, 2019, Minsk, Republic of Belarus);

- 26th International Forum on Information and Communication Technologies TIBO-2019 (April 9-12, 2019 Minsk, Republic of Belarus);

- An enlarged meeting of the Federal Communications Agency (April 24, 2019, Moscow, Russian Federation);

- ITU Forum "Internet of Things: Applications and Services of the Future (May 21-23, 2019, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation);

- The Regional Strategic Forum of the Universal Postal Union for the countries of Europe and Central Asia (July 9-10, 2019, Minsk, Republic of Belarus);

- 25th International Exhibition of Electronics, Computer Hardware and Electronic Commerce (July 18-21, 2019, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran);

- International Caspian Exhibition of Innovative Technologies (August 11-12, 2019, Turkmenbashi, Turkmenistan);

- Economic Council of the Commonwealth of Independent States (September 12-13, 2019, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan);

- The First Caspian Economic Forum (August 11-12, 2019, Turkmenbashi, Turkmenistan);

- Economic Council of the Commonwealth of Independent States (September 12-13, 2019, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan);

- GSMA Mobile Conference - 360 Eurasia (October 8-9, 2019, Moscow, Russian Federation);

- Conference “4th Huawei Innovation Day” (October 23, 2019, Baku, Azerbaijan Republic);

- 50th Plenary meeting of the CIS Interparliamentary Assembly (November 22, 2019, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation);

- 12th International Conference on Telecommunications, Telemetry and Information Technologies of Turkmenistan “TurkmenTel-2019” (November 27-28, 2019, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan);

- 25th International Exhibition and Conference in the Field of Telecommunications, Innovations and High Technologies “BakuTel-2019” (December 3-6, 2019, Baku, Azerbaijan Republic).

The RCC Executive Committee staff prepared the necessary materials for the participation of the RCC Executive Committee leadership at international conferences:

- Speech by the General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee N.N. Mukhitdinov at the 3rd annual Spectrum Management Conference for the CIS countries, Central and Southeast Europe (April 8, 2019, Minsk, Republic of Belarus);

- Speech and presentation by the General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee N.N. Mukhitdinov at the 26th International Forum on Information and Communication Technologies TIBO-2019 (April 9-12, 2019, Minsk, Republic of Belarus);

- Speech and presentation by the General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee N.N. Mukhitdinov at an expanded meeting of the Federal Communications Agency (April 24, 2019, Moscow, Russian Federation);

- Speech by the General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee N.N. Mukhitdinov at the Regional Strategic Forum of the Universal Postal Union for the countries of Europe and Central Asia (July 9-10, 2019, Minsk, Republic of Belarus);

- Speech and presentation by the General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee N.N. Mukhitdinov at the 25th International Exhibition of Electronics, Computer Hardware and Electronic Commerce (July 18-21, 2019, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran);

- Speech and presentation by the General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee N.N. Mukhitdinov within the framework of the Economic Council of the Commonwealth of Independent States (September 12-13, 2019, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan);

- Speech and presentation by the General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee N.N. Mukhitdinov at the GSMA Mobile Conference - 360 Eurasia (October 8-9, 2019, Moscow, Russian Federation);

- Speech by A. Kadyrkulov, Deputy General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee at the 4th Huawei Innovation Day Conference (October 23, 2019, Baku, Azerbaijan Republic);

- Speech and presentation by the General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee N.N. Mukhitdinov at the 12th International Conference on Telecommunications, Telemetry and Information Technologies of Turkmenistan “TurkmenTel-2019” (November 27-28, 2019, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan);

- Speech and presentation by the General-Director of the RCC Executive Committee N.N. Mukhitdinov at the 25th International Exhibition and Conference in the Field of Telecommunications, Innovations and High Technologies “BakuTel-2019” (December 3-6, 2019, Baku, Azerbaijan Republic).