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SEEsummary #23 available

seedig-logoCurious to know what has happened in South Eastern Europe and the neighbouring area in terms of Internet governance and digital policy recently?

Our team of editors has made it all easier and collected main developments in the most recent issue (#23) of the SEEsummary. It covers the month of November.


Some of the main headlines:

  • Azerbaijan: The country marks the official launch of its electronic and mobile residency programme.
  • Greece: The Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information launched a public consultation on the country’s Ultrafast Broadband (UFBB) project.
  • Montenegro: The government adopts the National Action Plan 2018–2020 for the implementation of the Open Government Partnership (OGP).
  • Romania: The National Authority for Management and Administration in Communications launches a public consultation on the 5G Strategy for Romania.
  • Serbia: The National Assembly adopts a new law of personal data protection, as well as the country’s first law on critical infrastructures.
  • SEE+: Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Slovenia are identified as ‘digital challengers’ in a recent McKinsey report, due to their ‘strong potential for growth in the digital economy’.