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Course of action of the National Broadcasting Council with regard to European policy and foreign cooperation for the years 2011-2013
The “Course of action of the National Broadcasting Council with regard to European policy and foreign cooperation for the years 2011-2013” has been developed by the Strategy Department of the Council Office. The publication contains amongst others information on the strategic international activity of the Council, the proposed courses of action, organisation of the Council’s international activity as well as the major Council’s achievements in the field of international cooperation.
Works are pending on the information concerning international organisations and bodies in which the Council participates and works.
Pursuant to Art. 6 section 2 point 9 of the Broadcasting Act, the National Broadcasting Council is authorised to conduct international activity in the following manner: act as a representative body of the Republic of Poland under specific relevant powers (in the Council of Europe for instance) or as a technical delegate supporting the Polish Government’s work (in EU bodies for instance) or as a member of trade organisations (e.g. European Platform of Regulatory Authorities, Central European Regulatory Forum, etc.).
The document is available under (below):
In English (click)
Original document (Polish): http://www.krrit.gov.pl/dla-nadawcow-i-operatorow/aktualnosci/news,886,nowy-tryb-postepowania-i-zawartosc-wniosku-koncesyjnego.html
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