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Hosted by the Ministry of Information and Communication of the Republic of Kazakhstan, The 2nd Annual CIS & CEE Spectrum Management Conference is set to take place in Almaty, Kazakhstan between September 19th and 20th 2018, and will provide a high-level meeting point for stakeholders across the region and beyond to discuss topical issues relating to the management and co-ordination of spectrum policy across the region.


The event will once again run alongside an ITU Capacity Building Workshop, which will take place in the same location on 17th and 18th September.

Speakers include

Abayev  Dauren Askerbekovich

Abayev Dauren Askerbekovich


Information and Communication, Republic of Kazakhstan

Kirill  Oparin

Kirill Oparin

Head of Regional Office


Vincenzo Lobianco

Vincenzo Lobianco

Chief Technology and Innovation Officer


Victor Strelets

Victor Strelets


Radio Regulations Board (RRB)

Albert Nalbandian

Albert Nalbandian


RCC WG on WRC-19

Alexandre Kholod

Alexandre Kholod

Vice Chair for WRC-19 Preparation


Konstantin Savin

Konstantin Savin

Senior Technology Officer


Stefan  Zehle

Stefan Zehle


Coleago Consulting

Timur Kadyrov

Timur Kadyrov

Engineer in the Space Services Department (SSD) at the Radiocommunication Bureau


Stanislav  Kizima

Stanislav Kizima

ITU expert

Russian Federation

Ulrich  Rehfuess

Ulrich Rehfuess

Head of Spectrum Policy


Dzmitry  Korzun

Dzmitry Korzun

Head of Spectrum

Ministry of Communications and Information of the Republic of Belarus

Chris  Woolford

Chris Woolford


International Spectrum Policy, Ofcom

Vadim Poskakukhin

Vadim Poskakukhin

Co Author of Strategy for 5G

LTE Union

Farid  Nakhli

Farid Nakhli

Programme Officer

ITU Regional Office for CIS

More information


Topics that will be discussed, this will include:


  • Co-ordination and co-operation on spectrum policy between CIS, Europe and Asia.
  • Preparing for WRC-19
  • Developing regional and national roadmaps for the future release of spectrum
  • Replanning the Digital Dividend
  • Delivering the required connectivity for co-ordinated, reliable and efficient PPDR networks across the region
  • 3.4GHz - 3.6GHz C-Band
  • 5G mmWave bands
  • Breaking down the digital divide


Get involved


There are currently various speaker, sponsorship and wider visibility opportunities available. To inquire about how to become involved in this year's event, please contact: or alternatively please download the sponsorship brochure here.