December 13, 2017


Monthly overview of Internet governance and digital policy developments and activities in South Eastern Europe and the neighouring area
In partnership with DiploFoundation & Geneva Internet Platform

[New] The February 2018 issue is now available.

It covers Internet governance and digital policy developments and events that occurred in South Eastern Europe and the neighbouring area in February 2018.


  • Armenia: A draft law proposing to legalise cryptocurrency-related activities is put forward in the national parliament.
  • Croatia: The Safer Internet Day is marked by signing the Charter for child safety on the Internet.
  • Slovenia: Authorities and private sector discuss opportunities offered by blockchain technologies.
  • Romania: Authorities launch a project to enhance national cybersecurity capabilities. 
  • Ukraine: The State Communications Agency establishes a Cyber Threat Response Center (CRC) to serve as the core element of the country’s national cyber defence system. State-run power distributor, Ukrenergo, plans to invest up to USD$20 million in a new cyber defence system.
  • SEE: CERTs in several countries conclude agreements on cooperation in the field of cybersecurity.
  • SEE: Global reports provide insights into digital development levels across SEE countries: 4G availability and speeds, access to Internet, and access to mobile technologies.
  • This issues also includes an overview of several Internet-related events that were held in the region in February, as well as a list of events taking place in March.


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Editorial team

Qanita Abedpour | Andreea Belu | Maja Ćalović | Andrijana Gavrilović | Su Sonia Herring | Loreta Kroj | Olga Kyryliuk | Dajana Mulaj | Oliana Sula

Coordination: Sorina Teleanu

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