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The 3rd Annual CIS & CEE Spectrum Management Conference took place at The Minsk Marriott Hotel on April 8-9, and provided 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.


If you attended the event and have not yet recieved your link to access presentations, please contact James Curtin on


Photos of the event can be found here.


This event was part of The Global Spectrum Series - the World's largest collection of Spectrum Management policy conferences. For more information on the history of the event, please click here.



Speakers include

Kanstantsin Shulhan

Kanstantsin Shulhan


Ministry of Communications and Informatization of the Republic of Belarus

Dmitry Shedko

Dmitry Shedko

First Deputy Minister

Ministry of Communications and Informatization of the Republic of Belarus

Albert  Nalbandian

Albert Nalbandian


RCC WG on WRC-19

Nurudin  Mukhitdinov

Nurudin Mukhitdinov

Director General

Executive committee of the Regional Commonwealth in the Field of Communications (RCC)

Kirill  Oparin

Kirill Oparin

Head of Regional Office


Nikolay Varlamov

Nikolay Varlamov



Sahiba Hasanova

Sahiba Hasanova



Sergey  Pastukh

Sergey Pastukh

Chairman of ITU-R SG 1, FSUE

NIIR, Russia

Dzmitry  Korzun

Dzmitry Korzun

Head of Spectrum

Ministry of Communications and Information of the Republic of Belarus

Alexandre Vassiliev

Alexandre Vassiliev

Scientific Consultant on Management of Radio-Frequency Spectrum and Satellite Orbit



The CIS Spectrum Management Conference at a Glance


What will I gain from attending this event?


  • Be part of top level discussions, involving more than 200 of the most respected spectrum policymakers, industry experts and thought leaders in the region;

  • Hear an update on the key agenda items for WRC-19 from those people directly responsible for its preparation;

  • Explore how connectivity challenges can be met in order to deliver the smart cities of the future;

  • Follow the latest updates and the path ahead as the CIS region continues the move to 5G rollout;

  • Gain a better understanding of the connectivity requirements of rural communities, and explore technologies and solutions to deliver 'last mile connectivity';

  • Look at the key bands for delivering connectivity in the region, and discuss where the priorities should lie for regulators and policymakers;

  • Discuss the best way forward to provide the required spectrum to deliver co-ordinated, reliable and efficient PPDR Networks across the region;

  • An opportunity to browse the 100+ exhibition stands at the TIBO Forum, showcasing the best in new technology innovation in Belarus and across the region;

  • Take advantage of more than 8 hours of dedicated networking time.


Who will attend the 3rd Annual CIS & CEE Spectrum Management Conference?


Over 150 key spectrum stakeholders attended this in 2018, from across 20 different countries. 


You can expect to find the following delegate breakdown at the event this year:



Ensure your voice is heard at the regions most comprehensive spectrum management conference


  • Want to ensure that your voice is heard as the region continues the build-up to WRC-19?

  • Looking to showcase your key ideas and thinking in front of leading spectrum policy and industry representatives?

  • Or to generate exciting new business relationships or leads? 


Our team is ready to work with you to build a strategic package at this event that ensures your objectives are met. 


For more information on speaking, sponsorship or visibility opportunities, and to discuss how you can maximise the value of involvement, please contact James Curtin on or on +44 (0) 2920 783 071