LAST UPDATE: 2016/03/29


Cooperation with Regulators


National Communications Commission of Taiwan 

Within the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the National Communications Commission (NCC) of Taiwan and CRC of Mongolia in Taipei, Taiwan on the March 29, 2010.

With an objective of strengthening relations with the Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia (CRC), NCC Chairperson, Dr. Howard Shyr, led a delegation, consisting of staff from the Department of Planning, the Telecommunications Administration Department and the Television and Radio Administration Department, to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia to attend bilateral meetings with CRC from August 14 to 18. 2013. 

In 2014, the CRC team led by Mr.Balgansuren Chairman&CEO of the CRC visited to NCC Taiwan office to renew the Memorandum of Understanding for Cooperation in the Fields of Communications. The latest Mongolia-Taiwan bilateral meeting placed emphasis on information sharing, primarily on the issues of the content and direction of regulations for convergence, mobile communications for next generation networks, and monitoring plans, etc. Members of the CRC delegation were also keen to deepen understanding of universal services, telecom policy and regulations, and 4G licensing in Taiwan.

Since MOU signed in 2010, both the CRC and the NCC have been cooperating actively to expand the scope of cooperation for mutual benefits in the form of visits of each other’s country based on the MoU.

Korea Communications Commission

The Korea Communications Commission (KCC) of the Republic of Korea signed the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in the field of the Communications Regulation on 22 August 2011 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Within the scope of the initiative of development of cooperation with the Central Radio Management Office (CRMO) of the Republic of Korea a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on development of radio frequency management was signed by Mr. Yun Hyun Park, Director General of the CRMO and Mr. Boldbaatar Bat-Amgalan, Chairman and CEO of the CRC on 30 May 2011, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed with the Information Communication Qualification Association (ICQA) of the Republic of Korea to promote the Mutual Cooperation of Government authorized ICT Qualification system on 22 July 2011, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

In 2015, Mr.Balgansuren, Chairman & CEO of the CRC invited Mr. Choi Sung-joon, Chairman of the KCC and other delegates from the KCC to renew and resign the MOU.  The chairmen of the both organizations signed the renewed MOU on August 28, 2015.  During the visit to the CRC, KCC delegates visit to the MNB and met with Ms. Oyundari.N, Director of the MNB as well as, had interview on Bloomberg Mongolia. 

 

Korea Internet Security Agency 

In frame of develop foreign cooperation and exchange the best practices, the CRC has signed MOU with Korean Internet and Security Agency (KISA). Mr. Balgansuren. B, Chairman and CEO of the CRC and Mr. Kee Seung Baik, President of the KISA were signed MOU on October 21st 2014 in Busan Korea, during Plenipotentiary Meeting 2014. Within the MOU between two organizations, sides have successfully created an opportunity to cooperate on the cyber field such as; Protect children on cyber space, Fight with Cyber Attack and Make analysis on cybercrime and attack.
In frame of the MOU, the CRC and the Vice President and related representatives of Korea Internet Security Agency (KISA) have visit by the the CRC invitation to develop international strategic cooperation and international information infrastructure, protecting information and its security in Mongolia. The KISA is authorized organization in charge of Internet environments, and provide its safety in Republic of Korea. During their visit in Mongolia, the CRC and KISA have organized 1-day seminar on Information Security jointed with World Bank.

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