Official name

Republic of Armenia

Population (2012 est.)

3.4 mil.

Population density (2010 est.)

104 per km2

Surface area

29,743 km2

Capital (population 2011 est.)

Yerevan (1.116 mil.)

Currency

Armenian Dram (AMD)

Official languages

Armenian


Armenia is a landlocked country that lies in the mountainous region of South Caucasus in Eurasia. The modern Republic of Armenia declared independence from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on 23 August 1990, becoming the first non-Baltic country to do so. According to the Constitution, Armenia is a presidential representative democratic republic. EU relations with Armenia are governed by the EU-Armenia Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (1999), which allows for wide-ranging cooperation in the areas of political dialogue, trade, investment, economy, lawmaking and culture. Armenia's inclusion in the European Neighbourhood Policy (2004) and the Eastern Partnership have demonstrated the EU's willingness to move its cooperation with the EU beyond the terms of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement.  

In 2011, the Gross Domestic Product of Armenia reached EUR 7.6 bil. The electronic communications market in the same year equalled EUR 320 mil., forming 4.2 % of the total GDP. Armenia adopted the Law on Electronic communications in 2005. In the area of electronic communications, the policy-making governmental body is the Ministry of Transport and Communication, and the National Regulatory Authority is the Public Service Regulatory Commission (PSRC). The PSRC is a multi-sector regulator in the area of public services which, besides electronic communications, is also regulating a broad spectrum of other activities encompassing electric power, natural gas, thermal energy and water supply. It was established in 1997 as the energy sector regulator, and in the following years other sectors were included in its scope. In 2004, with the adoption of the Law on Public Services Regulatory Commission, the telecommunications sector was included along with other public services.

 

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Twelfth Plenary Assembly (21 November 2018, Vilnius, Lithuania)

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Date: 21st November 2018

Place: Vilnius, Lithuania, Novotel Vilnius Center

The 12th Plenary Assembly was organized by the Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania (RRT) as the EaPeReg Vice-Chair in 2018, in cooperation with the National Commission for the State Regulation of Communications and Informatization (NCCIR), as the EaPeReg Chair in 2018, with the support of the European Commission. All the logistics were provided by CECOFORMA.

The main aim of the 12th Plenary Assembly was to discuss the progress and plans as regards the EaPeReg activities in 2018, including the activities of its three Expert Working Groups on roaming, spectrum and broadband/benchmarking, discuss and adopt the EaPeReg Work Plan 2019, elect the EaPeReg Leadership 2019, and other issues important for further EaPeReg activities.

25 experts participated in the 12th Plenary Assembly, from the EaP countries: Azerbaijan, Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine; EU Member States, namely: Latvia, Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Romania and the Czech Republic.

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