In accordance with the agreement reached between Azerbaijan`s Ministry of Digital Development and Transport and the Georgian National Communications Commission, a joint radio monitoring was carried out in the border areas with the participation of specialists from both countries in order to regulate TV & radio broadcasting, for efficient use of radio frequency resources and prevention of mutual interference effects in the border areas.
Radio monitoring was carried out on July 18–19 in Georgia and July 20–21 in Azerbaijan.
Also, according to the results of the radio monitoring, discussions were held in Ganja on 22–23 July between specialists on the compliance of TV & radio broadcasting with international requirements, bilateral protocols and coordination of radio frequency channels in the border areas.
As a result of the discussions, it was decided to take appropriate measures to regulate radio frequencies for TV & radio broadcasting in the border areas, including the introduction of new digital technologies in this area.
In addition to the ministry, the meeting was also attended by specialists from the State Administration of Radio Frequencies and Radio & TV Broadcasting and Satellite Communications Production Association. Azertag