The Regional Commonwealth in the field of Communications (RCC) was established on December 17, 1991 in Moscow by the Heads of Communications Administrations (CA) of independent states. Its mission is to carry out cooperation among new independent states in the field of telecommunication and postal communication including harmonization of the development of communications networks and facilities; coordination in the field of scientific and technical policy, radio spectrum management, tariff policies for communication services and settlements, staff training; interaction with the international organizations in the field of communications and information, information interchange, etc.

The supreme organ of the RCC is the Board of the Heads of the Communications Administrations.  The RCC Board and the Coordination Council direct the work of several Commissions including one on regulation of frequency spectrum use.  The RCC also provides a forum for coordination of Member States participation in ITU activities.

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