The International Telecommunication Union Regional Agreement For The Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting Service Planning 1. Region (1. Part Of The Region To The West Of 170 ° E Meridian And North Of The 40 ° S Parallel, Except In The Territory Of Mongo...

Original Language Title: Par Starptautiskās telekomunikāciju savienības Reģionālo nolīgumu par zemes ciparu apraides dienesta plānošanu 1.reģionā (1.reģiona daļas, kas atrodas uz rietumiem no 170° E meridiāna un uz ziemeļiem no 40° S paralēles, izņemot Mongolijas teritoriju) un I

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 855 in Riga in 2007 (11 December. 69 41) For the International Telecommunication Union regional agreement for the digital terrestrial broadcasting service planning 1. region (1. part of the region to the West of 170 ° E Meridian and North of the 40 ° S parallel, except in the territory of Mongolia) and the Islamic Republic of Iran in the 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHz frequency band (Geneva, 2006) Issued in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 law equipment of the first paragraph of article 3, paragraph 1.2006 16 June the International Telecommunication Union regional agreement on digital terrestrial broadcasting service planning 1. region (1. part of the region to the West of 170 ° E Meridian and North of the 40 ° S parallel, except in the territory of Mongolia) and the Islamic Republic of Iran in the 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHz frequency band (Geneva, 2006) with these terms are accepted and approved. 2. fulfilment of the obligations provided for in the agreement to ensure the traffic Ministry. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. Shlesers project is accepted and approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of 11 December 2007 regulations no 855 International Telecommunications Union regional agreement for the digital terrestrial broadcasting service planning 1. region (1. part of the region to the West of 170 ° E Meridian and North of the 40 ° S parallel, except in the territory of Mongolia) and the Islamic Republic of Iran in the 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHz frequency band (Geneva , 2006) preamble the undersigned following International Telecommunications Union delegates of the Member States-the Republic of Albania, the people's Democratic Republic of Algeria, of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Principality of Andorra, the Republic of Angola, Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Armenia, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Republic of Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Botswana, the Republic of Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Republic of the Republic of Cape Verde, the Republic of Cyprus, the Vatican City State, the Republic of the Congo, the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire, the Republic of Croatia, Denmark , The Republic of Djibouti, the Arab Republic of Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, the Republic of Estonia, the Russian Federation, Finland, France, Gabon, the Republic of the Republic of the Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Greece, the Republic of Guinea, the Republic of Hungary, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jordan, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Republic of Kenya, the State of Kuwait, Kingdom of Lesotho, the Republic of Latvia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Principality of Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Republic of Malawi, the Republic of Mali , Malta, Morocco, the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, the Republic of Moldova, Principality of Monaco, the Principality of the Republic of Mozambique, Namibia, the Republic of the Niger, the Republic of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Sultanate of Oman, Norway, the Republic of Uganda, the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Republic of the Qatari government, the Syrian Arab Republic, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Slovak Republic, the Czech Republic, Romania, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Republic of Rwanda, the Republic of San Marino, Republic of Senegal, the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of Slovenia, the Republic of the Sudan, the Republic of South Africa , Swedish, Swiss, the Kingdom of Swaziland, Tajikistan, the United Republic of Tanzania, the Republic of Chad, Republic of the Republic of Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, the Republic of Yemen, the Republic of Zambia, the Republic of Zimbabwe-from 15 May 2006 up to June 16 meeting in Geneva regional radio Conference, convened in accordance with the ITU Constitution and Convention of the ITU rules, as provided for in article 1 of this agreement, have adopted the following provisions, which must be approved by the competent authorities for terrestrial services 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHz1 bands, as well as provisions for other primary terrestrial services in region 1 (1. part of the region to the West of 170 ° E Meridian and North of the 40 ° S parallel, except in the territory of Mongolia) and the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The provisions of the agreement shall, mutatis mutandis, apply to Palestine, as specified in resolution 99 (Minneapolis, 1998), in accordance with the statement of the Secretary-General of the Palestinian IT that it takes these rights and undertake to comply with the obligations resulting from them. 1 the respective Plan Morocco includes a 170-230 MHz frequency band. Article 1 definitions 1. terms used in the agreement, in the following sense. 1.1. The International Telecommunications Union-Union. 1.2.-the Secretary General of the Union by the Secretary-General. 1.3. the Office-the Office radio. 1.4. Constitution-the Constitution of the Union. 1.5. Convention-Convention of the Union. 1.6. Radionoteikum-Radionoteikum laid down in article 31 of the Constitution. 1.7. The Conference-2006 Regional Radiocommunication Conference on the digital terrestrial broadcasting service planning 1. region (1. part of the region to the West of 170 ° E Meridian and North of the 40 ° S parallel, except in the territory of Mongolia) and the Islamic Republic of Iran 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHz frequency band (Geneva, 2006) (RRC-06 Conference) 1.1.8. Planning area-1. region (region 1. laid down in point 5.3 of the Radionoteikum, the part to the West of 170 ° E Meridian and North of the 40 ° S parallel, except in the territory of Mongolia) and the Islamic Republic of Iran. 1.9. the agreement-regional agreement and its annexes, as well as the related plans developed by the Conference. 1.10. Plans-analog and digital Plan plan, as defined in article 3 of the agreement 3.1 and future updates, successfully using the agreement article 4 4.1 the plan provided for the procedure of change. 1.11. the contracting party – any Member State planning area, which has been approved by the agreement or acceded to it. 1.12. Administration-administration of the Contracting Party established in the Constitution in Article 1002, unless otherwise specified. 1.13. MIFR-main international frequency register. 1.14. other primary terrestrial services-the primary ground service, not broadcasting service, as well as the primary radio astronomy service and in accordance with article 5 of the Radionoteikum planning area divided into 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHz frequency, or bar. 1.15. existing allocations to other primary terrestrial services (abbreviated called "list"),-the allocation of other primary terrestrial services as defined by the Conference, contained in annex 5 of the agreement, and such grants to other primary terrestrial services, which has been successfully used in article 4 of the agreement provided for in paragraph 4.2 of the plan change. 1.16. the transition period-the period after the Conference, which must be protected (see also article 12 of the agreement) grants in the analogue plan (as stated in article 3 of the agreement, paragraph 3.1.2). 1.17. the BR IFIC-Office international radio frequency information circular. Article 2 execution of the agreement 2.1 the parties their broadcast stations that operate in the area of programming referred to in article 3 of the agreement, in the frequency bands, to adopt the technical characteristics specified in the plans. 2.2. the parties change the specifications or the station shall be provided only in accordance with the agreement, article 4 and 5 of the provisions concerned. 2.3. the Contracting Parties undertake, 4 and 5 of the agreement. the relevant provisions of article used for other primary terrestrial services, which also this band is broken. Article 3 of the annex to the agreement 3.1 Annex 1. Frequency Plāni2. 3.1.1. Digital Plan that consists of two parts: 174-230 MHz frequency band and 470-862 MHz frequency band (including T-DAB plan allocations, T-DAB plan allocations plan, DVB-T, DVB-T Plan allocations breakdowns). 3.1.2. the analogue plan, which consists of two parts: 174-230 MHz3 frequency band and 470-862 MHz frequency band. 3.2 annex 2. Technical elements and criteria used in the development of the plan and the implementation of the agreement. 3.3. Annex 3. The main technical parameters, which must be submitted in the course of the implementation of the agreement. 3.4. Annex 4. 3.4.1. Section I. Limit values and methodology to determine when it is necessary to other agreed with the administration. 3.4.2. Section II. Test digital Plan entry. 3.5. Annex 5. Allotment list of article 1 of the agreement referred to in paragraph 1.15 other primary terrestrial services. Article 4 procedure for the change of plans and other primary terrestrial services coordination procedure 4.1. Plan modification procedure 4.1.1. If the Administration wants to make changes in the plan or the analogue digital plan, that is, if the Administration should: (a) the allocation or change) broadcast station grants, which are in the plans, specifications or (b)) to add the distribution or broadcasting plans station allocation, or c) to add a digital allotment for the plan, which stems from a breakdown of the figures, or Plan d) plans to withdraw or grant breakdown broadcast station, this Administration used the procedure laid down in this article before any notification submitted in accordance with article 5. 4.1.2. change of Plan initiation 4.1.2.1. any administration that proposes to modify the existing allocation plans/specifications or breakdown to add plans new allocations/allocation, consent should be required for changes from any other administration, which broadcast service and/or other primary terrestrial services are considered to be affected. 4.1.2.2. the administration of the broadcasting service is considered affected when exceeded annex 4 thresholds laid down in section I. 4.1.2.3. The Administration's other primary terrestrial services considered affected when annex 4 thresholds laid down in section I is exceeded in relation to any of the following: (a) the allocation) other primary terrestrial services existing allocations; (b)) other primary terrestrial services grants, which the coordination procedure with the broadcasting service is launched in accordance with point 4.2, i.e. for which the Office has received all of the information specified in point 4.2.2.6. 4.1.2.4. The agreement referred to in paragraph 4.1.2.1. consent is not required if: (a) none of the agreement) Annex 4 of part 1 of 4.1.2.2 and 4.1.2.3. the limit values referred to in paragraph 1 are not exceeded, or (b) the proposed plan change) procedure applies to the change in technical parameters that do not increase the existing level of distortion and does not increase the level of protection required. 4.1.2.5. The Administration, which proposes to change the plans to electronically notify the appropriate Office listed in annex 3 technical characteristics and, when appropriate, also indicate the names of all the Administration, which has already agreed to the proposed changes, based on technical characteristics, which reported to the Office. This communication should be considered for the Office, if requested, also as a requirement to use the procedure provided for in paragraph 4.1.5.3 if: under point 4.1.2.4 no consent is necessary, and in accordance with paragraph 4.1.3.2 it is not listed in the administration of any affected name, or all of, the consent is received, and in accordance with section 4.1.2.9 not affected the Administration's name is deleted or included under paragraph 4.1.3.2 it. 4.1.2.5 4.1.2.6. If, in accordance with the above technical characteristics submitted is incomplete, the Office shall immediately request that the Administration proposes to change plans, all necessary explanations and missing information. 4.1.2.7. If using 4.1.1.), (c) the Office finds that the breakdown in the allocation of cases one konversēšan or more grants in part II of the annex are fulfilled, you must use the noteikumi5 4.1.5.3. In other cases, the Office will require the Administration, which proposes to change the digital plan, shall take the necessary measures. The proposed plan change shall lapse if the Administration 30 days does not change the technical parameters to suit your 4. part II of the annex. This 30-day period from the date of the invoice, the Office sends the request. 4.1.2.8. Receiving full information specified in the relevant paragraph 4.1.2.5 4.1.2.6., or, the Office: (a) 40 days), which is considered to be affected by the Administration in accordance with 4.1.2.2 and 4.1.2.3 of the paragraph; b) received technical parameters, as well as the Administration publish names BR IFIC special section, indicating those for which consent to the Administration, which proposes to change the plan, duly notified in accordance with paragraph 4.1.2.5, as well as other primary terrestrial services matching grants, which are deemed to be affected; c) inform a certain administration). 4.1.2.9. Administration, on which the consent is notified to the Office in accordance with paragraph 4.1.2.5, 40 days after 4.1.2.8. b) referred to in the publication BR IFIC may request the Office to delete the name from the list that the Administration gave their agreement, as published under paragraph (b) of section 4.1.2.8). A copy of this request, the Office shall send to the Administration, which proposes to change the plans. If the Administration's name deleted from the list that the Administration gave their agreement, as published under section 4.1.2.8. b), the Office considers that the consent of such administration is not received. 4.1.3. the request to include the consent of the requesting process 4.1.3.1. any administration, which believes that it should be included in the list of their administration, which considered affected, 40 days after 4.1.2.8. b) referred to in the publication BR IFIC may request the Office, requests stating 4. part I of the criteria referred to its name in the list, the Administration deemed affected. 4.1.3.2 it. You receive a this request, the Office shall consider the matter concerned and, if in accordance with 4.1.2.2 and 4.1.2.3 of the paragraph above it is concluded that the Administration's name must be included in the list of the Administration deemed it affected: immediately inform the Administration, which proposes a change of Plan, and the Administration requesting their name to include it in the list of administration that are considered to be affected, and within 30 days of receipt of the request the name of the Administration publishes point 4.1.2.8. b) BR IFIC in special sections and appendices If necessary, also publish the corresponding allocation to other primary terrestrial services. The name of the Administration, which is published in the Appendix, 4.1.4.7.4.1.4.8 4.1.4.6., 4.1.4.9., 4.1.4.10., and specified in paragraph 4.1.5.1 total 75 day period calculated from the BR IFIC special sections from the date of publication of the supplement. If the Bureau concludes that the Administration should not be included in the name list, the Administration deemed affected, it shall inform that administration. 4.1.3.3 citizens of the Administration, which proposes to change plans, use the following the procedure laid down in paragraph 4.1.4., to get the consent of the Administration, of which consent is not received (see also section 4.1.2.9) and which are listed in the publication pursuant to paragraph (b)) the bottom 4.1.2.8-point or paragraph 4.1.3.2 it. 4.1.3.4. If all the consents have been received and none of the Administration's name is not removed in accordance with paragraph 4.1.2.9, as well as the name of any administration is not included under paragraph 4.1.3.2 it, uses the procedure provided for in paragraph 4.1.5.3. 4.1.4. The consent of the requesting authorities deemed to be affected and which still need to get the consent of 4.1.4.1. BR IFIC special section specified in paragraph (b), respectively, 4.1.2.8) or paragraph 4.1.3.2 it is official request coordination for the Administration, which has yet to receive approval. 4.1.4.2. Requiring the consent of the other administration, the Administration, which proposes a plan for change, may declare any additional information relating to the use of the proposed criteria, as well as other details of the topographical data, the particular circumstances of the spread etc.. when appropriate 4.1.4.3 4.1.2.8.) or (b) under section 4.1.3.2 it BR IFIC special section, any administration that is listed, check the digital or analogue in the plan the plan proposed change impact on your broadcast service and its other primary terrestrial services grants as far as possible, taking into account paragraph 4.1.4.2. additional information. 4.1.4.4. Administration from requiring consent, may require the assistance of the Bureau on the future provision of information necessary for Administration, using 4. part I of the annex sets out the method to assess the interference caused by the proposed changes. Using the fastest means of communication, the Office shall send the relevant information. 4.1.4.5. Administration from which asks permission, you can send your opinion to the Administration, which proposes to change plans, either directly or through the Office. In any case, such findings should inform the Office. 4.1.4.6. The Administration that cannot accept changes to the plan, taking into account its broadcast service, 75 days respectively after 4.1.2.8.) or paragraph 4.1.3.2 it BR IFIC referred publications communicate its decision on the basis of arguments related to its broadcasting service. 4.1.4.7. The Administration that cannot accept the plan change, taking into account other primary terrestrial services, 75 days respectively after 4.1.2.8.) or paragraph 4.1.3.2 it BR IFIC referred publications shall state the reasons, based on their allotments as set forth in paragraph (a)) and 4.1.2.3 (b)). 4.1.4.8. Fifty days at 4.1.2.8.) or paragraph 4.1.3.2 it is referred to in the publishing office must request the BR IFIC answer any administration that has not yet announced its decision on this issue. After a 75-day period, calculated from the date of publication of the Office, IFIC will immediately inform the Administration, which proposes a change of Plan, that it has sent the request above, and shall communicate to it their names, which the Administration has given consent, and the Administration names that have not replied. 4.1.4.9. If the Administration has not responded to 75 day period, it is considered that this Administration has not agreed to the proposed changes to the plan, if one is not using 4.1.4.10 and paragraph 4.1.4.11. 4.1.4.10.75 day period following the Administration, which proposes a change of plans, you can require the assistance of the Office to send a reminder to the Administration, which has not responded, and to request a decision of the administration concerned. This request does not in any way extend, paragraph 4.1.5.1 the 24-month period. If the decision of the Bureau 4.1.4.11. not reported 40 days after under paragraph 4.1.4.10 is sent a reminder, it is considered the Administration, which has not announced a decision, has agreed to the plan. 4.1.4.12. If paragraph 4.1.4.9 or the period referred to in paragraph 4.1.4.11 end still not reached, the Bureau shall carry out any studies that may be required and the Administration, which proposes a change of plans, both of which the administration requires consent; 40 days, it shall inform the administration of the research findings and suggested possible solutions to the problem. 4.1.4.13. before the procedure provided for in point 4.1 of the use of or using the procedure laid down in this paragraph, in any of its stage, the Administration may request the assistance of the Office, which has no effect on the above period. If the request for consent 4.1.4.14., the Administration has amended its original proposal, it will apply the provisions of paragraph 4.1. 4.1.5. change procedures of Plan completion 4.1.5.1. when the Administration has received consent from all the administrations that have been published in the appropriate paragraph 4.1.2.8) or in paragraph 4.1.3.2 it BR IFIC, it shall inform the Office of the final allocation/Division of the harmonised technical specifications, as well as the Administration, agreed with. If the Administration proposes plan to change that, within 24 months according to 4.1.4.10 point 4.1.4.6.-75 day period specified does not inform the Office, the proposed plan change loses force. 4.1.5.2. When the final harmonized technical characteristics, in turn affected by the new administration, the Administration proposes to change the plan, repeatedly used 4.1 rules relating to these new administrations. 4.1.5.3. After paragraph 4.1.5.1. full disclosure Office 30 days BR IFIC published a special section in the grant/breakdown of technical specifications, as well as their names, which the Administration agreed to change the proposed plan and the plans include new or revised allotment/breakdown. With respect to the Contracting Parties for this grant/breakdown have the same status, what is the existing plans. However, if the allocation plan arises due to this allocation konversēšan allocation must be in accordance with the classification, from which it follows, and must comply with part II of the annex. 4.1.5.4. under this article, the affected State (s) consent (s) of Administration can also seek to a specific time period. At the end of this period the Office allocation or Division respectively, shall be deleted from the plans and/or from previously informing the MIFR, the administration. 4.1.6. the breakdown of the allocation or cancellation when the plans will revoke the allocation or distribution, in accordance with paragraph d) bottom 4.1.1-point or paragraph, the Office 4.1.5.4 publishes this information to the specific section. The BR IFIC If cancelled, the Division Office, after informing the relevant administration, digital plan and override all of the MIFR breakdown allocations arising. 4.1.7. the updating of the plan Office maintains and periodically publish updated the original Plan, taking into account all changes, additions and deletions to be made in accordance with the procedure laid down in this article. 4.2. Other primary terrestrial services grant coordination with broadcast services 4.2.1. If the Administration wants to change the other primary terrestrial services in the existing allocation of specifications or introduce new other primary terrestrial services allocations, you must use the procedure provided for in this article before any notification in accordance with the provisions of article 5. 4.2.2. coordination of initiation of 4.2.2.1. using 4.2.1, the administration shall require the consent of any other administration that the broadcasting service is considered affected. 4.2.2.2. the administration of the broadcasting service is considered affected when you have exceeded 4. as laid down in part I of the annex to the limit. 4.2.2.3. the agreement referred to in paragraph 4.2.2.1., is not required if: (a) none of the relevant) the limit values specified in annex 4, part I, as referred to in paragraph 4.2.2.2., or (b) is not exceeded) the proposed changes relate to the change in technical parameters that do not increase the existing level of distortion and does not increase the existing level of protection required. 4.2.2.4. The Administration, which proposes a new or changed assignment, electronically notify the appropriate Office listed in annex 3 technical specifications, and also indicate the names of all the Administration, which has already agreed to the proposed new or changed assignment based on technical characteristics, which reported to the Office. This communication should be considered for the Office, if requested, also as a requirement to apply the procedure provided for in paragraph 4.2.5.3 if: does not require the consent of one in accordance with paragraph 4.2.2.3., and none of the Administration's name is not included under paragraph 4.2.3.2., or all of, the consent is received, and in accordance with paragraph 4.2.2.7. None of the Administration's name is deleted or included it in accordance with paragraph 4.2.3.2. 4.2.2.5. If, in accordance with paragraph 4.2.2.4. technical characteristics submitted is not complete, the Office will immediately require that this Administration will submit the necessary explanations and information. 4.2.2.6. On receiving the appropriate paragraph 4.2.2.4 4.2.2.5 specified in paragraph or complete information, the Office: (a) 40 days), which is considered to be affected by the Administration in accordance with paragraph 4.2.2.2.; b) received technical parameters, as well as the Administration publish BR IFIC title special section, including their names, for which the Administration agreement under paragraph 4.2.2.4 has notified the Administration that requires consent; (c)) shall inform the Administration referred to in (a)). 4.2.2.7. Administration of the agreement which is communicated to the Office in accordance with paragraph 4.2.2.4., 40 days after paragraph 4.2.2.6) BR IFIC referred publication may request the Office to delete the name from the list that the Administration gave their agreement, as published under paragraph 4.2.2.6). A copy of the said request, the Office shall provide the Administration requiring consent. If the Administration's name deleted from the list that the Administration gave their agreement, as published under paragraph 4.2.2.6), the Office considers that this Administration has not agreed. 4.2.3. the request to include the consent of the requesting process 4.2.3.1. any administration, which believes that it should be included in the list of their administration, which considered affected, 40 days after the BR IFIC publishing, justifying the request to annex 4, part I, these criteria may request the Office to its name in the list, the Administration deemed affected. 4.2.3.2. on receipt of this request, the Office shall consider the matter concerned and, if in accordance with paragraph 4.2.2.2. It concludes that the Administration's name must be included in the list of the Administration that are considered affected, Office: immediately inform the Administration that requires consent and administration which require your name to include it in the list of administration that are considered affected, and 30 days after the receipt of the published name of the Administration in paragraph 4.2.2.6) referred to in point b of the BR IFIC special section in the Appendix. The name of the Administration, which is published in the Appendix, 4.2.4.7 4.2.4.6.,., 4.2.4.9. and 4.2.4.8 4.2.5.1 concerned under section 75 day period calculated from BR IFIC referred specific sections from the date of publication of the supplement. If the Office finds that the Administration must not include their name in the list of administration that are considered affected, it shall inform the administration. 4.2.3.3. The Administration, which proposes new or changed uses of the allotment, following the procedure laid down in paragraph 4.2.4., requiring the consent of those authorities, with which it has not yet reached agreement (see also paragraph 4.2.2.7) and which are listed in the relevant paragraph 4.2.2.6) or publication mentioned in paragraph 4.2.3.2. 4.2.3.4. If all consent is received and in accordance with paragraph 4.2.2.7 is not deleted no name of the Administration, and not in the name of any administration, in accordance with paragraph 4.2.3.2., uses the procedure provided for in paragraph 4.2.5.3. 4.2.4. The consent of the requesting authorities deemed to be affected and that consent has yet to receive the relevant paragraph 4.2.4.1.4.2.2.6.) or (b) referred to in paragraph 4.2.3.2. BR IFIC special section is the official liaison request for administrations that have yet to receive approval. 4.2.4.2. Requiring consent from the other administration, the Administration, which proposes the allocation of new or modified, may communicate any additional information relating to the use of the proposed criteria, as well as other details of the topographical data, the particular circumstances of the spread, etc., receive a question in 4.2.4.3.4.2.2.6.) or (b) in paragraph 4.2.3.2. BR IFIC special section, any administration that is listed, check the proposed new or changed grant effects to your broadcast service as far as possible, taking into account the specified in paragraph 4.2.4.2 for more information. 4.2.4.4. Administration from requiring consent, may require further assistance to the Office in the provision of information necessary for Administration, using 4. Part I sets out the method, you can evaluate the interference caused by the proposed new or changed grant. The Bureau the following information should be sent using the fastest means of communication. 4.2.4.5., from which the Administration asks permission, you can send your opinion to the Administration, which proposes the allocation of new or altered, either directly, or through the Office. In any case, the Office must be informed about these findings. 4.2.4.6. Administration, which does not agree with the proposed new or changed assignment, 75 days respectively paragraph 4.2.2.6) or specified in paragraph 4.2.3.2. BR IFIC publications announces its decision, arguing it with arguments relating to its broadcasting service. 4.2.4.7. Fifty days after the relevant paragraph 4.2.2.6) or paragraph 4.2.3.2. BR IFIC Publishing Office require any administration that has not yet announced its decision on this issue. After the 75-day period, calculated from the date of publication of the Office, IFIC will immediately inform the Administration, which proposes the allocation of new or changed, that it has sent the request above, and shall communicate to it their names, which the Administration gave their agreement, and the Administration names that have not replied. 4.2.4.8. If the Administration has not responded to 75 day period, it is considered that this Administration has not agreed to the proposed new or changed assignment unless it is used in paragraph 4.2.4.9 and paragraph 4.2.4.10. 4.2.4.9. After 75 day period referred to in the Administration, which proposes the allocation of new or modified, may request the assistance of the Office to send a reminder to the Administration, which has not responded, and to request a decision of the administration concerned. This request does not in any way extend 4.2.5.1.24 months referred to in paragraph 1. 4.2.4.10. If the decision is notified to the Office within 40 days after under paragraph 4.2.4.9 is sent a reminder, it is considered that the Administration, which has not announced a decision, has agreed to the proposed new or changed assignment. 4.2.4.11. If paragraph 4.2.4.10 or 4.2.4.8. the period referred to in the end still not agreed, the Bureau shall carry out any studies that may be required and the Administration, which proposes new or revised allotment and administration, of which requires consent; 40 days, it shall inform the administration of the research findings and suggested possible solutions to the problem. 4.2.4.12. before the procedure laid down in point 4.2 of the use of or using the procedure laid down in this paragraph, in any phase of its administration may request the assistance of the Bureau, which in no way affects that period. 4.2.4.13. If the request for consent, the Administration makes changes to its original proposal, it has to be used repeatedly for 4.2. 4.2.5. coordination procedure completion 4.2.5.1. when the Administration has reached agreement with all the administrations that have been published in the appropriate paragraph 4.2.2.6) or specified in paragraph 4.2.3.2. BR IFIC, it shall inform the Office of the final allocation of the harmonised technical specifications, as well as the Administration, which has been agreed. If the Administration, which proposes new or revised allocation 4.2.4.6.24 months-4.2.4.9. in paragraph 75 day period does not inform the Bureau, proposed changes to the lapse. 4.2.5.2. If the final result of the harmonised technical specifications are defined in turn affected other administration, the Administration, which proposes new or revised allocations, in relation to the following new administrations repeatedly used the provisions of paragraph 4.2. 4.2.5.3. After fully referred 4.2.5.1 receiving Office 30 days BR IFIC special section published grant's technical characteristics, as well as their names, which the Administration has accepted the proposed new or changed assignment, and new or amended shall be inserted in the list of the grants. 4.2.5.4. proposed new or changed the allocation shall cease to be valid within 12 months from the publication mentioned in paragraph 4.2.5.3 of the this is not notificēt, in accordance with article 5. 4.2.5.5. under this article, the affected State (s) consent (s) of Administration can also seek to a specific time period. That time at the end of the period, the Office shall be deleted from the list of grants and/or from the Administration, after informing MIFR. 4.2.6. the updating of the list Office maintains and periodically publish updated the original List, taking into account all the changes and deletions to connectors made in accordance with the procedure laid down in this article. Article 5 frequency allocation notification 5.1 broadcast station frequency allocation 5.1.1 notifications. If the Administration wants to initiate the broadcasting stations use the grant, in accordance with article 11 of the Radionoteikum of the Office of the said grant notific specifications specified in annex 3 of the agreement. 5.1.2. the grant check carried out by the Office of 11.34. Radionoteikum point, i.e. it checks for compliance with the Plan and related rules, the conclusion is, if: (a) the allocation and Plānos6) no comments concerning the allocation of the analogue Plan, to other primary terrestrial services existing allocations or to record a digital plan and have met 4. conditions of part II of annex b) allotment plan for digital and note: grants for the analogue plan or to other primary terrestrial services existing allocations, and all necessary consents have been received, as well as 4 are met in part II conditions and/or records a digital plan and notificējoš administration declares that all conditions associated with the note have been satisfied in full, and have met 4. conditions for part II of the annex, or, where the : c) allocations resulting from the breakdown of digital plan that does not have any notes regarding the allocation of the analogue Plan, to other primary terrestrial services existing allocations, or to record the digital plan, annex 4, part II, the conditions are fulfilled, or d) stems from the breakdown of the allocation of digital plan that has a note concerning: grants the analogue plan or to other primary terrestrial services existing allocations, all the necessary arrangements have been made as well as 4 are met in part II conditions and/or records a digital plan, annex 4, part II, the conditions have been fulfilled and notificējoš Administration declared that all conditions associated with the note is completely fulfilled, or if the number of records e) plan used with different technical specifications DVB-T or T-DAB system, 4 of part II of the annex are fulfilled. 5.1.3. The public broadcasting service and other primary terrestrial services that take place on the basis of Radionoteikum, digital record plan can also be notificē with the technical specifications that differ from the parameters referred to in the plan, if one of the above notificēt tops the grants power density in any 4 kHz shall not exceed the number of plan track spectral power density of 4 kHz. Following the same application may not require greater protection than what the above numeric entry. 5.1.4. where appropriate and 5.1.2 5.1.3 inspection referred to in the conclusion is favourable, the grant will be entered in the MIFR. Relations between the Contracting Parties, it is considered that all the broadcasting frequency allocations recorded in the MIFR is according to the agreement, and have the same status regardless of the date on which the notice is received by the Office on the following frequency allocations, or from the date of commencement of their service. 5.1.5. If the appropriate 5.1.2 or 5.1.3. the conclusions of the examination referred to in paragraph 1, the notification shall be sent back to the administration of the notificējoš, giving the reasons for the return. 5.1.6. If a notification is submitted by the Administration repeatedly and repeatedly before the Office concerned in accordance with paragraph 5.1.2 and 5.1.3, conclusions of the examination is favourable, the allocation will be entered in the MIFR. 5.1.7. If, by repeatedly under 5.1.2, the conclusion is, the allotment must be entered with a favourable conclusion according to 11.31. Radionoteikum point and with adverse findings according to Radionoteikum, as well as paragraph 11.34 of its administration (s) (s) name (s) that still have not been agreed, noting that for this (s) Administration (s) grant is to be used on the condition that it would not cause unacceptable interference to any station operating under the agreement and related plans, and does not require protection from them. 5.1.8. the statement should also include the notificējoš Administration signed a commitment stating that in accordance with paragraph 5.1.7 MIFR submitted for grant would not cause unacceptable interference to the administration of any station that still have not been reached and that the station operates under the agreement and related plans and has recorded with a favourable conclusion MIFR in respect of 11.31. Radionoteikum and 11.34, and does not require protection from them. 5.1.9. If the use of such grants posing unacceptable interference to one of its administration the grant, which is still not agreed upon, and if such allocation is used under the agreement and related plans, and it is recorded with a favourable conclusion MIFR in respect of 11.31. Radionoteikum and paragraph 11.34, administration, causing unacceptable disturbance, you receive a notification about it immediately eliminates this distortion. 5.2. Other primary terrestrial services in the frequency allocation notification 5.2.1. If the Administration wants to launch another primary service allocations of land use, it grants to the Office in accordance with the notific Radionoteikum of article 11. 5.2.2. in accordance with the Office checks on compliance with the agreement, the Office shall examine the notification, in respect of the agreement with the procedure laid down in point 4.2 of successful use. 5.2.3. If the deficiencies referred to in paragraph 5.2.2. the conclusions of the examination is favourable, the allocation will be entered in the MIFR. The opposite case, the statement, as well as the reasons for the return of the notificējoš administration. 5.2.4. where a notification is submitted by the Administration repeatedly and repeatedly before the Office in accordance with paragraph 5.2.2., referred to the conclusions of the examination is favourable, the allocation for the record MIFR. 5.2.5. If, in accordance with the repeated appearance point 5.2.2., the bottom line is, the allotment must be entered with a favourable opinion in respect of 11.31. Radionoteikum point and with adverse findings in respect of the Radionoteikum, as well as paragraph 11.34 of its administration (s) (s) name (s) that still have not been agreed, noting that for this (s) Administration (s) grant is to be used on the condition that it would not cause unacceptable interference to any station operating under the agreement and related plans, and does not require protection from them. 5.2.6. the statement should also include the notificējoš Administration signed a commitment stating that in accordance with 5.2.5. point to record the allocation MIFR not cause unacceptable interference to the administration of any station that still have not been reached and that the station operates under the agreement and related plans, and has recorded with a favourable conclusion MIFR in respect of 11.31. Radionoteikum and 11.34, and does not require protection from them. 5.2.7. If the use of this grant cause unacceptable interference to one of its allocation of the Administration, which is still not agreed upon, and if such allocation is applied under the agreement and related plans, and it is recorded with a favourable conclusion MIFR in respect of 11.31. Radionoteikum and paragraph 11.34, administration, causing unacceptable disturbance of the notification will not immediately eliminate such interference. Article 6 settlement of disputes if, after laid down in the preceding articles, the use of the procedure the Administration have not been able to reach an agreement, they can use the Constitution. the procedure referred to in article 56. They may also agree that the Optional Protocol shall apply for the minimum of dispute settlement related to the ITU Constitution, Convention and administrative rules. Article 7 accession agreement 7.1. Any member of the planning area, which has not signed the agreement, at any time, you can deposit the instrument of accession with the Secretary General, who shall inform without delay the other Member States. Acceptance of agreement signature without reservations and accession refer to plans, whatever they are at the moment of accession. 7.2. The accession agreement shall enter into force on the date on which the Secretary-General receives the accession. Article 8 the scope of the agreement is a binding agreement 8.1 the Contracting Parties in their mutual relations, but it is not binding on the parties ' relations with the Member States that are not Contracting Parties. 8.2. If a Contracting Party to the agreement signed with reservation as to the application of any provisions of the agreement of the other Contracting Parties in their relations with the party, which has signed the agreement with the following reservations, you can ignore this rule. Article 9 approval of the agreement on the Member States that are signatories to the agreement as soon as possible after the approval of the agreement, shall notify the Secretary-General, who shall immediately inform the other Member States. Article 10 denunciation of the agreement 10.1. any Contracting Party may, at any time, denounce the agreement by notification to the Secretary-General, who shall inform the other Member States. 10.2. the denunciation shall take effect one year after the date on which the Secretary-General received the notification of denunciation. 10.3. The date when the denunciation takes effect, the Office deleted from the plans and/or plan allocations breakdowns, which are recorded in the name of the Member State concerned, which denounced the agreement. Article 11 revision of the agreement 11.1. the agreement may be revised only by a competent regional Radiocommunication Conference, convened in accordance with the Constitution and the procedures laid down in the Convention and invited all Member States of the planning area. Article 12 entry into force, duration and advance use 12.1. the agreement shall enter into force on 17 June 2007 at 00.01 clock in UTC coordinated universal time. 12.2. The provisions of the agreement uses the above from June 17, 2006, the UTC clock at 00.01 coordinated universal time. 12.3. as from the date referred to in paragraph 12.2 of the broadcast stations that operate in the frequency allocation, not plans or which do not comply with the agreement and related schedules (see. 5. in article 5.1.2 above), may continue under the conditions that they would not cause unacceptable interference to any allocation that correspond with the agreement and related plans, and does not require protection from them. 12.4. the agreement is effective until it is revised in accordance with article 11 of the agreement. 12.5. The transition period begins June 17 2006 at 00.01 after coordinated universal time UTC. The transition period grants must be protected in the analogue plan (defined in article 3, paragraph 3.1.2). 12.6. A transition period ending June 17, 2015 at 00.01 after coordinated universal time UTC. However, the following footnote 174-230 MHz valstīm7 listed frequency joslā8 transitional period ends June 17, 2020 at 00.01 after coordinated universal time UTC. After the end of the transitional period, the Office shall revoke the corresponding records in the analogue plan and end use the appropriate allocation of national analog article 4 4.1 paragraph rules related to changes in the analogue plan, and notes that apply to analog assignment. 12.7. After the abovementioned transitional period Office must review their allocation status that is recorded in the analogue plan and invite MIFR, and administration to revoke the corresponding records in the MIFR. 12.8. The expiry of the measures taken by the Office in accordance with paragraph 12, the Administration may require that the Office shall withdraw the relevant grants, or to continue their use under the conditions that these allocations: (a) analogue) was the analogue plan and had already started using them, and (b)) do not cause unacceptable interference to any allocation that correspond with the agreement and related schedules (see. 5. in article 5.1.2 above), and does not require protection from them. 12.9. the Office accordingly updates the MIFR. In witness whereof, the following Member States of the International Telecommunications Union in the Planning area, delegates its corresponding signed on behalf of the competent institution of this final act one copy. In the event of a dispute, the French text shall prevail. This copy is deposited in the archives of the Union. The Secretary-General is one certified copy of the document sent to the International Telecommunications Union, each Member State concerned of the planning area. Geneva, June 16, 2006, in the Republic of Albania: Hidayet KOPAN [Hydaje the KOPAN] Democratic Republic of Algeria: El Kader in IBIR [El Kader IBRIR] Muhammad MADURO [Mohamed MADOUR] Sliman DŽEMATEN of [the DJEMATEN Sliman] a. El Malek on HUJ in [a. El Malek HOUYO] name of the Federal Republic of Germany: the Gērold REIHL [Gerold REICHL] on behalf of the Principality of Andorra: the Ksavj JIMÉNEZ-BELTRAN [Xavier JIMENEZ-BELTRAN] on behalf of the Republic of Angola: Domingo Carlos Oliveira [Domingos Carlos Oliveira] Oktavi Doming of Machado [Domingos Octavio Machado] Saudi Arabia Kingdom : Habīb k. AL-ŠANKIT [k. AL-Habeeb SHANKIT] k. NAJM "Rijad [k. Riyadh NAJM"] Sulaiman AL-SAMNAN [Sulaiman AL-SAMNAN] Saudi AL-Rasheed [Saud AL-RASHEED] Tarik m. AL-AMR [Tariq m. AL-AMR] Vesam a. Sheikh [Wes a. SHEIKH] on behalf of the Republic of Armenia: Ašot in the VERDJAN [the Ashes VERDYAN] Austria: Franz PRULL [Franz PRULL] Peter REINDL [Peter REINDL] on behalf of the Republic of Azerbaijan: Gulām in the ABDULĀJEV [of ABDULLAYEV Sleeping] on behalf of the Kingdom of Bahrain: A.S. AL-TAVAD [A.S. AL-THAWAD] Hešam k. AL-BINKALIL [the k. AL-Hesh BINKHALIL] on behalf of the Republic of Belarus : Vladimir TESĻUK [Vladimir TESLYUK] on behalf of Belgium: Freddie Bert [Freddy BAER] With the Dione [Sēverin-DYON] Patrick VAN DER GRAHT [Patrick VAN DER GRACH] on behalf of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Jadranka KALMET [Jadranka KALMET] on behalf of the Republic of Botswana: Katbert m. LEKAUKA [Cuthbert m. LEKAUKA] Čoganets-KEPALETSV [Tshoganets-KEPALETSW] Kingsley RĪTSANG [Kingsley REETSANG] of Biops KOBED [Boipus-KOBED]-MARUPING Tapel [Thapel-MARUPING] Batop Luke [Bathop Luke] on behalf of the Republic of Bulgaria: Dimitar STANČEV of [Dimitar STANTCHEV] Božidar KOŽUAZOV [Bozhidar KOZHUHAZOV] by Svilen POPOV [Svilen POPOV] Georgi KOLEV [Georgi KOLEV] on behalf of Burkina Faso: Soleiman in ZABR [Souleiman is ZABR] Ignās in the c. SIMPOR Isss [C. the Isss Ignac SIMPOR] on behalf of the Republic of Burundi: Joseph NSEGAN [Joseph NSEGAN] on behalf of the Republic of Cameroon: Paul Gijom mouth [Guillaume Paul MOUT] El Hadjar in ABDURAMAN [El Hadjar ABDOURAMAN] Hileir the MBEG [the MBEG Hilair] Bonifas trail [Bonifac» TAKO] Aval of MUHAMMAD [Avvallo-MOUHAMADO] Mu is Nasty SOUTH NDEBELE [Mu desire NDONG] on behalf of the Republic of Cape Verde: David Gomez [David Gomes] Ana Christina Monteiro Lima [Ana Cristina Monteiro Lima] on behalf of the Republic of Cyprus: Androniko of KAKUR [Androniko to KAKKOUR] Vatican City State: Kostantin-PASIFIK [Costantino PACIFIC] Džudič in the PJERVINČENC [PIERVINCENZ, It] on behalf of the Republic of the Congo: m. AKUAL [m. 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LANG] on behalf of the Republic of Namibia: Bartos of Hara-GAEB [a-Bartho Hara GAEB] on behalf of the Republic of Niger: Abd Island [Abdou Salou] Nigeria on behalf of the Federal Republic of : Abajom BOLARINAV, [BOLARINW Abayomi] Edward Idr by AMAN [Edward Idr by Amana] Adams ABD [of Adam ABD] Muhammad UMAR [Muhammad UMAR] Norway: Geir in Jaan SUNDĀL [Geir Jan SUNDAL] the Sultanate of Oman in the name: Jusuf ALABALUŠ of [Yousuf ALBALUSH] on behalf of the Republic of Uganda: Jack TURIAMVIJUK [Jack TURYAMWIJUK] Jonah m. BANTULAK [Jonas m. BANTULAK] on behalf of the Republic of Uzbekistan: m. KALMURATOV [m. KHALMURATOV] on behalf of the Kingdom of the Netherlands: Bart VAN DIJKEN ŠĀP a. Ben Smith [Bart VAN DIJKEN SCHAAP a. Ben SMITH] on behalf of the Republic of Poland : Christina ROSLAN-Koen [Lilia's ROSLAN-KUHN] Pavel KAČK in the Dariuš [Pawel KACK] VIEČEK [Dariusz WIECEK] by Arkadiuš KUREK [Arkadiusz KUREK] Radoslav in the TIONOV [Radoslaw TYNIOW] Portuguese name: Mary f. 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PAUL [Peter b. PAUL] on behalf of the Kingdom of Swaziland: Austin m. MGAB [Austin m. MGABH] on behalf of the Republic of Tajikistan: s. DUDARA [s. DUDARA] of the United Republic of Tanzania: J.S. NKOM [J.S. NKOM] J.S. KILONGOL [J.S. KILONGOL] n. hub GUNIJ [n. Habb to GUNY] A.J. KISAK [A.J. KISAK] Johannes A.r. MAGES [Johannes A.r. MAGES] T.A. USA [T.A. USA] Ali h. Ayub [ Ali h. Ayub] on behalf of the Republic of Chad: for the MOGALBAJ Girdon [Guirdon-MOGALBAY] Ali Idris AHMED [Ali Idris AHMED] Togo Republic: the INCLINES in GABA's Massin. MAVOK [the PALOUK, Massin GABA s. MAWOUK] of the KANAKA Lall [Lall of KANAKA] on behalf of Tunisia: Muhammad BONGUJ [Mohammed BONGU] Lilly SUSS [Lilia LA MARSA] Mohsen GOMMAN of [GHOMMAN Mohsen M] Turkey: Taifun for AKARER [Tayfun ACARER] Ali ZORA [Ali ZORA] Erkān Kahn [Erkan CAN] on behalf of Ukraine By: Vasile HANDABUR [HANDABUR Vasyl] Oļen-ULAŠENK [the ULASENK Olen] on behalf of the Republic of Yemen: Muhammad Ali AL-AZZAN [Mohamed Ali AL-AZZAN] on behalf of the Republic of Zambia: Kef-MASIJ [-Keph MASIY] Kezi in MVAL [of Kezi MWAL] Republic of Zimbabwe: 1989 MUGANIJUR [Ober to MUGANYUR] Matthias ČAKANIJUK [Matthias CHAKANYUK] 1 Conference had two sessions: the first session, which the task was to prepare a report for the second session, held in Geneva in 2004 from 10 May to 28 may; the second session, which was to draw up the agreement and related plans, held in Geneva in 2006 from May 15 to June 16. 2 at the end of the transitional period, the plans are just a plan. numeric 3 Morocco analog plan includes 170-230 MHz frequency band. 4 If there is no intention to include allocations for the administration of digital plan, article 5 must be used directly. 5 If the allocation resulting from the breakdown of the figures in the plan, which is the plan notes "notebook" columns, these notes apply to these allocations. 6 this provision after the expiry of the transitional period not applicable analogue plan. 7 list of countries-Algeria (people's Democratic Republic), Burkina Faso, Chad (Republic), Egypt (Arab Republic of), the Republic of Gabon, Ghana, Guinea (Republic), Iran (Islamic Republic of), Yemen (Republic of), Jordan (Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan), Cameroon (Republic of), Congo (Republic of the), Côte d'Ivoire (Republic of), Mali (Republic), Morocco (Kingdom), Mauritania (Islamic Republic of), Nigeria (Federal Republic of), Syrian Arab Republic, Sudan (Republic), Togolese Republic, Tunisia. The following administrations that did not participate in the RRC-06 Conference, namely, Benin (Republic of), Central African Republic, Eritrea, Ethiopia (in the Federal Republic of demo-krātisk), Guinea-Bissau (Republic), Equatorial Guinea (Republic of), Liberia (Republic of), Madagascar (Republic of), Nigeria (Republic), Congo, the Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Principe (Democratic Republic of), Sierra Leone and the Democratic Republic of Somalia, the transitional period in the VHF frequency band (174-230 MHz) ends June 17, 2020 at 00.01 after UTC coordinated universal time, if any of the above administrations 90-day period after the RRC-06 Conference end does not notify the Office that its choice of 17 June 2015 at 00.01 after coordinated universal time UTC. 8 170-230 MHz to Morocco.

REGIONAL Agreement Relating to the planning of the digital terrestrial broadcasting service in Region I (parts of the Region (I) situated to the West of meridian 170 E and to the north of the parallel 40, using the territory of Mongolia) and the Islamic Republic of Iran in the, in the frequency bands 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHz (Geneva, 2006) preamble the undersigned members of the following Member States of the International Telecommunication Union : Republic of Albania, the people's Democratic Republic of Algeria, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Principality of Andorra, the Republic of Angola, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Republic of Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan Republic, Kingdom of Bahrain, the Republic of Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Botswana, the Republic of Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, the Republic of Burundi, the Republic of Ivory Coast, Republic of Cape Verde, the Republic of Cyprus, the Vatican City State , Republic of the Congo, the Republic of Ivory Coast (Cote d'Ivore), the Republic of Croatia, Denmark, the Republic of Djibouti, the Arab Republic of Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, the Republic of Estonia, the Federation of Russian, Finland, France, Republic of Gabones Republic, Gambi, Georgia, Ghana, Greece, the Republic of Guinea, the Republic of Hungary, the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Republic of Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, State of Hashemit Kingdom of Jordan , Republic of Kz, Republic of Kenya, State of Kuwait, the Kingdom of Lesotho, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Macedonia of the Former Yugoslavs, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Principality of Republic of Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malawi, the Republic of Malta, the Kingdom of Mali, Morocco, the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Republic of Moldova, Principality of Monaco, the Republic of the Republic of Namibia, Mozambiqu, Republic of Niger, the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Sultanate of Oman, Norway , Republic of Uganda, the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Satt f First Arab Republic, Kyrgyz Republic, Slovak Republic, Czech Republic, Romania, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Republic of Rwanda, the Republic of San Marino, Republic of Senegal, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Slovenia, the Republic of the Soudan, Republic of South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Confederations of , The Kingdom of Swaziland, Republic of Tajikistan, United Republic of Tanzania, the Republic of Chad, Togoles Republic, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, the Republic of Yemen, the Republic of Zambia, the Republic of Zimbabwe, meeting in Geneva from 15 May to 16 June 2006 for a Regional Radiocommunications Conference convened under the terms of the ITU Constitution and Convention of the ITU, as the referred to in article I of this agreement , have adapted, subject to approval by their competent authorities, the provision of the following concerning the terrestrial broadcasting service in the frequency band 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHZ1, together with provision for other primary terrestrial services, as defined in article I of this agreement in the Region I (parts of the Region (I) situated to the West of meridian 170 E and to the north of the parallel 40 S , except the territory of Mongolia) and the Islamic Republic of Iran in the. _____ _____ _____ 1For MC, the adequat plan covers the 170-230 MHz band of the provision of this Agreement shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to Palestine as referred to in Resolution 99 (Minneapolis, 1998), subject to notifying the Palestine in the Secretary-General that it will accept the rights and commit to observe the obligation arising therefrom is. Article 1 Definition 1 For the purpose of this agreement, the following terms shall have the meaning defined below: 1.1 a Union: the International Telecommunications Union. 1.2 Secretary-General: the Secretary-General of the Union. 1.3 Bureau: the Radiocommunications Bureau. 1.4 the Constitution: the Constitution of the Union. 1.5 Convention: the Convention of the Union. 1.6 radio regulations: the radio regulations as referred to in the Of. 31 of the Constitution. 1.7 Conference: the Regional Radiocommunications Conference 2006 for the planning of the digital terrestrial broadcasting service in parts of Regions 1 (1 Region situated to the West of meridian 170 ° E and to the 4 ° noilb Qfpaxs itOTTforRSf ofjMmgoiY & Lite/and in the Islamic Republic of Iran, in the frequency bands 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHz (Geneva, 2006) (RRC-06) 1.1.8 Planning area : Region 1 (those parts of Region 1, as defined in 5.3 From of the radio regulations, situated to the West of meridian 170 ° E and to the north of the parallel 40 ° S, except the territories of Mongolia) and the Islamic Republic of Iran. 1.9 agreement: the Regional Agreement and it will Annex it is associated with the Plan of together as drawn up by the Conference. 1.10 Plant: the plant and the digital analogu Plant as specified in § 3.1 of article 3 of this agreement and as subsequently updated through the successful application of the procedure of § 4.1 of article 4 of this agreement. 1.11 Contracting Member: Any Member State from the Planning area which has approved or acceded to the agreement. 1.12 Administration: Unless otherwise indicated, is the term Administration, as the Administration designat defined in From. 1002 of the Constitution, of a Contracting Member. MIFR Master International Frequency Register 1.13:. 1.14 Other primary terrestrial services: the primary terrestrial services other than the broadcasting service, and the primary radio astronomy service, to which the frequency bands 174-230 MHz and 470-862 MHz and/or are allocated in the Planning area in accordanc with article 5 of the radio regulations. 1.15 Existing assignments to other primary terrestrial services (referred to in short as the "list"): assignments to other primary terrestrial services in Annex 5 to the led agreement, as established by the Conference, and to other primary terrestrial services assignments for which the procedure of § 4.2 of article 4 of this agreement has been successfully applied. Transition period: the period 1.16 following the Conference during which the assignments in the Plan analogu (as specified in § 3.1.2 of the article 3 of this Agreement) shall be protected (see also article 12 of this Agreement). 1.17 BR IFIC: Radiocommunications Bureau International Frequency Information Circular. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 this Conference was held in two sessions: the first session, responsible for preparing a report to the second session, was held in Geneva from 10 to 28 May 2004; the second session, responsible for drawing up an agreement and the associated plans, was held in Geneva from 15 May to 16 June 2006 article 2 Execution of the agreement 2.1 the Contracting members shall adop the characteristics of specified in the plans for their broadcasting station in the Planning area operating in the frequency bands referred to in article 3 of this agreement. ' 2.2 the Contracting members shall not modify these characteristics or establish station, except under the relevant provision of articles 4 and 5 of this agreement. 2.3 the Contracting members shall apply to undertak the relevant provision of articles 4 and 5 of this agreement for the other primary terrestrial services to which these bands are also allocated. Article 3 of the Annex to the agreement 3.1 Annex 1: Frequency of the digital Plan 3.1.1 Plans2 consisting of two parts: the 174-230 MHz band and 470-862 MHz the band (comprising T-DAB Plan assignments, T-DAB, DVB-T allotment Plan Plan assignments, DVB-T allotment Plan). 3.1.2 the analogu Plan consisting of two parts: the 174-230 MHz3 band and the 470-862 MHz band. 3.2 Annex 2: Technical elements and criteria used in the development of the Plan and the implementation of the agreement. 3.3 Annex 3: Basic characteristics to be submitted in application of the agreement. 3.4 Annex 4 (I) of Section 3.4.1: methodology for determining the Limit and when agreement with another administration is required. 3.4.2 Section II: Examination of conformity with the digital Plan entry. 3.5 Annex 5: list of assignments to other primary terrestrial services as referred to in § 1 of article 1.15 of the agreement '. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 After the expiry of the Transition period, the Plan will only contain the digital Plan. 3 For Morocco, the Plan covers the analogu band 170-230 MHz. Article 4 procedure for modifications to the plans and procedures for coordination of other primary terrestrial services 4.1 modifications to the plans When an administration proposes to 4.1.1 make a modification to the digital Plan or the Plan, i.e. any other analogu. in cases where an administration needs: a) to change the characteristics of an an an , or of an assignment to a broadcasting station, appearing in the Plan; or (b)) to add to the Plan an an, or an assignment to a broadcasting station; or c) to add to the digital Plan stemming from an United Nations assignment in the digital Plan4; or (d)) to cancel from the Plant, or an ans an assignment to a broadcasting station, the administration shall apply the procedure led in this article before any notification is made under article 5.4.1.2 Initiation of the modification is Any change thereof 4.1.2.1 administration proposing the characteristics of an assignment/appearing in the Plant to an, or to add a new assignment/an to the plans , shall seek the agreement of any other administration whose broadcasting service and terrestrial services and/or other primaiy are considered to be affected. 4.1.2.2 An administration is considered to be affected in respect of its broadcasting service when the limit given in Section I of Annex 4 are exceeded. 4.1.2.3 United Nations administration is considered to be in respect of it has affected other primary terrestrial services when the limit given in Section I of Annex 4 are exceeded for any of the following assignments: a) the existing assignments to other primary terrestrial services; (b) assignments to other primary terrestrial) services for which the procedure for coordination with the broadcasting service under § 4.2 has been initiated, i.e. any other. for which the complete information referred to in § 4.2.2.6 has been received by the Bureau. 4.1.2.4 the agreement referred to in § 4.1.2.1 is not required if: (a)) none of the òàæó limit in Section 1 of Annex 4 referred to in § and § the exceeded 4.1.2.2 4.1.2.3; or (b)) the proposed modification relate to changes in the technical characteristics of which do not increase the existing level of interference and do not increase the existing level of protection required. 4.1.2.5 An administration proposing to modify the plans shall communicate to the Office the relevant characteristics listed in Annex 3, in electronic form, and shall also indicates, if appropriate, the names of any administration for which have already agreed to the proposed modification on the basis of the characteristics is communicated to the Bureau. This communication shall also be considered by the Bureau, if so requested, a request to apply the procedure led in the following in § 4.1.5.3 cases: from agreements with required under § 4.1.2.4 and of the administration's name is included under § 4.1.3.2 it; or all agreements have been received and of the administration's name is removed under § § 4.1.3.2 it 4.1.2.9 or included under If the characteristics of 4.1.2.6. submitted under § 4.1.2.5 to found to be incomplete, the Bureau shall immediately seek from the administration proposing to modify the plans any clarification required and the information note provided. 4.1.2.7 In applications of § 4.1.1 c), if the Bureau finds that, in the case of a conversion of an the United Nations into one or several assignments, the condition in Section II of Annex 5 with me, the provision of § 4.1.5.3 IR apply5. Otherwise, the Bureau shall request the administration proposing the modification to the digital Plan to take appropriate action. The proposed modification shall lapse if the administration does not modify within 30 days the characteristics so that they comply with Section II of Annex 4. This 30-day period starts on the date of the dispatch of the Bureau's request. 4.1.2.8 On receipt of the information referred to in § complete 4.1.2.5 4.1.2.6, as appropriate or §, the Bureau shall, within 40 minutes: a) identify the administration considered to be affected, in accordanc with 4.1.2.2 and 4.1.2.3 of § §; b) publish the characteristics received in the Special Section of the BR IFIC, together with the names of the administration is identified, indicating those whose agreement has been communicated under § 4.1.2.5 by the administration proposing to modify the plans, if appropriate, and the òàæó assignments to the other primary terrestrial services which are considered to be affected, if appropriate; (c) the administration will inform identified) in (a) above). 4.1.2.9 An administration whose agreement has been communicated to the Bureau under § 4.1.2.5, may, within 40 days from the date of the publication of the BRIFIC referred to in § 4.1.2.8 b), request the Bureau to remove its name from the list of administration for having given their agreement, as published under § 4.1.2.8 (b)). A copy of this request shall be sent by the Bureau to the administration proposing to modify the Plan. In the case of the removal of the name of an administration from the list of administration for having given their agreement, as published under § 6 4.1.2.8), the Bureau shall consider that the agreement with that administration has not been obtained. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 5 In the case of stemming from an the United Nations assignments in the digital Plan which bears a remark in the "remarks" column of the Plan, these remarks shall be extended to these assignments. 4.1.3 request for inclusion in the agreement-seeking process Any administration which will consider 4.1.3.1 that it should have been included in the list of administration considered to be affected may, within 40 days from the date of publication of the BRIFIC referred to in § 4.1.2.8 b), request the Bureau to include its name in the list of administration considered to be affected , giving it a reason for doing so based on the criteria in Section I of Annex 4.4.1.3.2 it On receipt of this request, the Bureau shall examin the matter and, if in accordanc with § 4.1.2.2 and 4.1.2.3, it finds the § are the name of the administration should have been included in the list of administration considered to be affected, it shall immediately notify the administration proposing: to modify the Plan and the administration requesting to be included in the list of administration considered to be affected; and publish, within 30 days from the date of receipt of the request, the name of the administration in an addendum to the Special Section of the BR IFIC referred to in § 4.1.2.8 (b)), and the òàæó to other primary terrestrial services assignments, if appropriate. For the administration, whose name has been published in the addendum, the overall period of 75 days specified in § 4.1.4.6, 4.1.4.9, 4.1.4.10, 4.1.4.8 4.1.4.7, 4.1.5.1 shall be counted from the and the date of publication of the addendum to the Special Section of the BR IFIC referred to above. If the Bureau finds that the name of the administration should not be included in the list of administration considered to be affected, it shall notify this administration. 4.1.3.3 citizens of the administration proposing to modify the plans shall seek the agreement of the administration in whose agreement has not been obtained (see also § 4.1.2.9) and which are listed in the publications referred to in § § 4.1.3.2 it 4.1.2.8 (b)) or, as appropriate, by applying the procedure led in § 4.1.4 below. 4.1.3.4 If all agreements have been received and of the administration's name is removed under § 4.1.2.9 and of the administration's name is included under § 4.1.3.2 it, the procedure led in § 4.1.5.3 applies. 4.1.4 Seeking agreement of the administration of which is considered to be affected by and whose agreement has yet to be obtained 4.1.4.1 the Special Section of the BRIFIC referred to in § 4.1.2.8 6; or § 4.1.3.2 it, as appropriate, the formal request of the constitut for coordination addressed to those in whose administration agreement has yet to be obtained. 4.1.4.2 When seeking the agreement of another administration, the administration proposing to modify the plans may also communicate any additional information relating to proposed criteria to be used as well as other details concerning the terrain data, particular propagation conditions, etc. On receipt of the 4.1.4.3 Special Section of the BR IFIC referred to in § § 4.1.3.2 it 4.1.2.8) or (b), as appropriate , any administration listed therein shall examin the effect of the proposed modification to the digital Plan or to the plant on its analogu broadcasting service and on its assignments to other primaiy terrestrial services, taking into account, as far as possible, the additional information referred to in § 4.1.4.2. An administration from 4.1.4.4 which agreement is sought may request the Bureau to assist by providing further information to enable the administration to assess the interference from the proposed modification , using the method described in Section I of Annex 4. The Bureau shall send this information by the most means of expeditio. 4.1.4.5 An administration from which agreement is sought may send its comments to the administration proposing the modification to the Plan either directly or through the Bureau. In any event, the Bureau shall be informed of these comments. AAA 6 An administration which is not in a position to give its agreement to the proposed modification with respect to its broadcasting service shall give its decision, with reasons related to its broadcasting service, within 75 days from the date of publications of the BR IFIC referred to in § § 4.1.3.2 it 4.1.2.8) or (b), as appropriate. 4.1.4.7 An administration which is not in a position to give its agreement to the proposed modification with respect to its other primary terrestrial services shall give it reason, based on its own axis referred to in § assignments a and b), 4.1.2.3) within 75 days from the date of publication of the BR IFIC referred to in § or § 4.1.3.2 it 4.1.2.8 b) , as appropriate. 4.1.4.8 Fifty days after publication of the BR IFIC referred to in § § 4.1.3.2 it 4.1.2.8 (b)) or, as appropriate, the Bureau shall request any administration which has not yet given its decision on the matter to do so. After an overall period of 75 days following the date of publication of the BR IFIC, the Bureau shall immediately notify the administration proposing the modification to the Plan that it has sent out the aforementioned requests and provide it with the names of the administration in which have given their agreement and the name of the administration in which have not replied. 4.1.4.9 When an administration has not replied within the 75-day period a, it is deemed that this administration has not agreed to the proposed modification to the Plan, unless the provision of § 4.1.4.10 and § 4.1.4.11 with applied. 4.1.4.10 After this period, the 75-day administration proposing to modify the plans may request the Bureau to assist by sending a reminder to the administration which has not replied, requesting a decision. This request shall in no way extend the 24-month period mentioned in § 4.1.5.1. The If decision is communicated from 4.1.4.11 to the Bureau within 40 days after the date of dispatch of the reminder under § 4.1.4.10, it shall be deemed that the administration which has not given a decision has agreed to the proposed modification to the Plan. 4.1.4.12 If, at the end of the period mentioned in § 4.1.4.9 or § 4.1.4.11 above, there is continuing disagreemen, the Bureau shall conduct any study that may be requested by either the administration proposing the modification to the Plan or administration from which agreement is sought; within 40 days, it shall inform them of the result of the study and shall make such recommendations as it may be able to offer for the solution of the problem. An administration may 4.1.4.13, before applying the procedures in § 4.1, or at any stage during the application of the procedure described therein, request the assistance of the Bureau without this having any implications on the application of the above-mentioned period. If, in seeking 4.1.4.14 agreement, an administration of the initial proposal, it modifies it shall again apply the provision of § 4.1.4.1.5 Completion of the modification procedure When an 4.1.5.1 administration has obtained the agreement of all the administration of whose names were published in the BR IFIC referred to in § § 4.1.3.2 it 4.1.2.8 (b)) or, as appropriate, it shall inform the Bureau of the final agreed characteristics of the assignment to together with the an/names of the administration with which agreement has been reached. If the administration proposing the modification to the Plan does not inform the Bureau within 24 hours after the 75-day period referred to in § § 4.1.4.6 4.1.4.10, the proposed modification shall lapse. 4.1.5.2 If the above-mentioned final agreed characteristics will result in the identification of new affected administration, the administration proposing the modification to the plans shall again apply the provision of § 4.1 with respect to these new administration. 4.1.5.3 From the receipt of the complete information referred to in § 4.1.5.1, the Bureau shall, within 30 days, publish in the Special Section of the BR IFIC the characteristics of the assignment to together with the an/names of the administration of which have agreed to the proposed modification to the Plan and include the new or modified assignment/an in the plans , as appropriate. With respect to Contracting members, the assignment concerned shall enjoy an a/the same status as those appearing in the plans. However, in the case of an assignment in the Plan resulting from the conversion of an an, this assignment shall remain in accordanc with the an from which it stem and in conformity with Section II of Annex 4 4.1.5.4 the agreement. of the administration (s) affected may also be obtained in accordanc with this article for a specific period of time. The assignment or an axis, appropriate, shall be removed from the plans and/or from the MIFR, as appropriate, by the Bureau at the end of this period of time, after it has informed the administration. 4.1.6 the Cancellation of an assignment or an ans When an assignment or an ans in the Plan is cancelled either under § 4.1.1) or § 4.1.5.4 d, the Bureau shall publish this information in a Special Section of the BR IFIC. In the case of the cancellation of an an, the Bureau shall cancel all stemming from this an assignments from the digital Plan and from the MIFR after having informed the administration. 4.1.7 the Updating of the plans the Bureau shall maintain and publish periodically an up-to-date copy of the master Plan, taking account of any change, addition and deletion of made in accordanc with the procedure of this article. 4.2 Coordination of assignments to other primary terrestrial services with the broadcasting service When an administration proposes to 4.2.1 change the characteristics of an existing assignment to other primary terrestrial services, or to bring into use a new assignment to other terrestrial services primaiy, the procedure in this article shall led be applied before any notification is made under the provision of article 5.4.2.2 of the coordination procedure Initiation 4.2.2.1 In application of § 4.2.1 , an administration shall seek the agreement of any other administration whose broadcasting service is considered to be affected. 4.2.2.2 An administration is considered to be affected in respect of its broadcasting service when the limit given in Section I of Annex 4 are exceeded. 4.2.2.3 the agreement referred to in § 4.2.2.1 is not required if: (a)) none of the òàæó limit in Section I of Annex referred to in § 4 4.2.2.2 with is exceeded; or (b)) the proposed modification relate to changes in the technical characteristics of which do not increase the existing level of interference and do not increase the existing level of protection required. 4.2.2.4 An administration proposing a new or modified assignment shall communicate to the Office the relevant characteristics listed in Annex 3, in electronic form, and shall also indicates, if appropriate, the names of any administration for which have already agreed to the proposed new or modified assignment on the basis of the characteristics is communicated to the Bureau. This communication shall also be considered by the Bureau, if so requested, a request to apply the procedure led in the following in § 4.2.5.3 cases: from agreements with required under § 4.2.2.3 and of the administration's name is included under § 4.2.3.2; or all agreements have been received and of the administration's name is removed under § 4.2.2.7 or included under § 4.2.3.2. If the characteristics of 4.2.2.5 submitted under § 4.2.2.4 with found to be incomplete, the Bureau shall immediately seek from this administration any clarification required and the information note provided. 4.2.2.6 On receipt of the information referred to in § complete or 4.2.2.4 4.2.2.5, as appropriate, § the Bureau shall, within 40 minutes: a) identify the administration considered to be affected, in accordanc with § 4.2.2.2; b) publish the characteristics received in the Special Section of the BR IFIC, together with the names of the administration is identified, indicating those whose agreement has been communicated under § 4.2.2.4 by the administration seeking the agreement; (c) the administration will inform identified) in (a) above). 4.2.2.7 An administration whose agreement has been communicated to the Bureau under § 4.2.2.4 may, within 40 days from the date of the publication of the BR IFIC referred to in § 4.2.2.6 b), request the Bureau to remove its name from the list of administration for having given their agreement, as published under § 4.2.2.6 b). A copy of this request shall be sent by the Bureau to the administration seeking the agreement. In the case of the removal of a name of an administration from the list of administration for having given their agreement, as published under § 4.2.2.6 (b)), the Bureau shall consider that the agreement with that administration has not been obtained. 4.2.3 a request for inclusion in the agreement-seeking process Any administration which will consider 4.2.3.1 that it should have been included in the list of administration considered to be affected may, within 40 days from the date of publication of the BR IFIC, request the Bureau to include its name in the list of administration considered to be affected, giving its reasons for doing so based on the criteria in Section I of Annex 4.4.2.3.2 On receipt of this request -the Bureau shall examin the matter and, if in accordanc with § 4.2.2.2, it finds that the name of the administration should have been included in the list of administration considered to be affected, it shall immediately notify the administration: seeking the agreement and the administration requesting to be included in the list of administration considered to be affected; and publish, within 30 days from the date of receipt of the request, the name of the administration in an addendum to the Special Section of the BR IFIC referred to in § 4.2.2.6 b). For the administration, whose name has been published in the addendum, the overall period of 75 days specified in § 4.2.4.6 4.2.4.7 4.2.4.8, 4.2.4.9,, and 4.2.5.1 shall be counted from the date of publication of the addendum to the Special Section of the BR IFIC referred to above. If the Bureau finds that the name of the administration should not be included in the list of administration considered to be affected, it shall notify this administration. 4.2.3.3 the administration proposing the new or modified assignment shall seek the agreement of the administration in whose agreement has not been obtained (see also § 4.2.2.7) and which are listed in the publications referred to in § § 4.2.3.2 4.2.2.6) or (b), as appropriate, by applying the procedure led in § 4.2.4 below. 4.2.3.4 If all agreements have been received and of the administration's name is removed under § 4.2.2.7 and of the administration's name is included under § 4.2.3.2, the procedure led in § 4.2.5.3 applies. 4.2.4 Seeking agreement of the administration of which is considered to be affected by and whose agreement has yet to be obtained 4.2.4.1 the Special Section of the BR IFIC referred to in § 4.2.2.6 b) or § 4.2.3.2, as appropriate, the formal request of the constitut for coordination addressed to those in whose administration agreement has yet to be obtained. 4.2.4.2 When seeking the agreement of another administration, the administration proposing the new or modified assignment may also communicate any additional information relating to proposed criteria to be used as well as other details concerning the terrain data, particular propagation conditions, etc. 4.2.4.3 On receipt of the Special Section of the BR IFIC referred to in § 4.2.2.6 b) or § 4.2.3.2, as appropriate , any administration listed therein shall examin the effect of the proposed new or modified assignment on its broadcasting service, taking into account, as far as possible, the additional information referred to in § 4.2.4.2. An administration from 4.2.4.4 which agreement is sought may request the Bureau to assist by providing further information to enable the administration to assess the interference from the proposed new or modified assignment , using the method described in Section I of Annex 4. The Bureau shall send this information by the most means of expeditio. 4.2.4.5 An administration from which agreement is sought may send its comments to the administration proposing the new or modified assignment, either directly or through the Bureau. In any event, the Bureau shall be informed of these comments. 4.2.4.6 An administration which is not in a position to give its agreement to the proposed new or modified assignment shall give its decision, with reasons related to its broadcasting service, within 75 days from the date of publication of the BR IFIC referred to in § 4.2.2.6 b) or § 4.2.3.2, as appropriate. 4.2.4.7 Fifty days after publication of the BR IFIC referred to in § 4.2.2.6 b) or § 4.2.3.2, as appropriate, the Bureau shall request any administration which has not yet given its decision on the matter to do so. After an overall period of 75 days following the date of publication of the BR IFIC, the Bureau shall immediately notify the administration proposing the new or modified assignment that it has sent out the aforementioned requests and provide it with the names of the administration in which have given their agreement and the name of the administration in which have not replied. 4.2.4.8 When an administration has not replied within the 75-day period a, it is deemed that this administration has not agreed to the proposed new or modified assignment, unless the provision of § 4.2.4.9 and § 4.2.4.10 with applied. 4.2.4.9 After the 75-day period, the administration proposing the new or modified assignment may request the Bureau to assist by sending a reminder to the administration which has not replied, requesting a decision. This request shall in no way extend the 24-month period mentioned in § 4.2.5.1.4.2.4.10 decision is communicated from the If to the Bureau within 40 days after the date of dispatch of the reminder under § 4.2.4.9, it shall be deemed that the administration which has not given a decision has agreed to the proposed new or modified assignment. 4.2.4.11 If, at the end of the period mentioned in § 4.2.4.10 or § 4.2.4.8 above, there is continuing disagreemen, the Bureau shall conduct any study that may be requested by either the administration proposing the new or modified assignment or administration from which agreement is sought; within 40 days, it shall inform them of the result of the study and shall make such recommendations as it may be able to offer for the solution of the problem. 4.2.4.12 An administration may, before applying the procedures in § 4.2, or at any stage during the application of the procedure described therein, request the assistance of the Bureau without this having any implications on the application of the above-mentioned period. 4.2.4.13 If, in seeking agreement, an administration of the initial proposal, it modifies it shall again apply the provision of § 4.2.4.2.5 Completion of the coordination procedure 4.2.5.1 When an administration has obtained the agreement of all the administration of whose names were published in the BR IFIC referred to in § § 4.2.2.6) or (b), as appropriate, in 4.2.3.2 shall inform the Bureau of the final agreed characteristics of the assignment together with the names of the administration with which agreement has been reached. If the administration proposing the new or modified assignment does not inform the Bureau within 24 hours after the 75-day period referred to in § 4.2.4.9, the proposed it 4.2.4.6 modification shall lapse. 4.2.5.2 If the above-mentioned final agreed characteristics will result in the identification of new affected administration, the administration proposing the new or modified assignment shall again apply the provision of § 4.2 with respect to these new administration. 4.2.5.3 From the receipt of the complete information referred to in § 4.2.5.1, the Bureau shall, within 30 days, publish in the Special Section of the BR IFIC the characteristics of the assignment together with the names of the administration of which have agreed to the proposed new or modified assignment and include the new or modified assignment in the list. 4.2.5.4 the proposed new or modified assignment shall lapse if it is not notified under article 5 within 12 months after the publication referred to in § 4.2.5.5 4.2.5.3. The agreement of the administration (s) affected may also be obtained in accordanc with this article for a specific period of time. The assignment shall be removed from the list and/or from the MIFR, as appropriate, by the Bureau at the end of this period of time, after it has informed the administration. 4.2.6 Updating of the list, the Bureau shall maintain and publish periodically an up-to-date copy of the master list, taking account of any change, addition and deletion of made in accordanc with the procedure of this article. Article 5 Notification of frequency assignments 5.1 Notification of frequency assignments to stations broadcasting When an administration proposes to 5.1.1 bring into use an assignment to a broadcasting station, it shall notify it to the Bureau, in accordanc with the provision of article 11 of the radio regulations, the characteristics of this assignment, as specified in Annex 3 of the agreement. 5.1.2 Under the examination by the Bureau of the assignment with respect From them. 11.34 of the radio regulations, i.e. any other. its conformity with the plans and the associated provision, the finding shall be: (a) if favourabl) the IR led in the assignment and not bearing any Plans6 remarks with respect to assignments in the Plan, analogu to existing assignments to other primary terrestrial services or their entries in the digital Plan, and the condition of Section II of Annex 4 are met; or (b)) the assignment is led in the digital Plan and bearing a callout with respect to: assignments in the Plan or analogu to existing assignments to other primary terrestrial services, and all the cessary agreements have been obtained, and the condition of Section II of Annex 4 are met; and/or entries in the digital Plan, and the notifying administration States that all conditions associated with the callout with a fully met, and the condition of Section II of Annex 4 are met; or c) in the case of an assignment from an the United Nations stemming in the digital Plan, which does not bear any remark with respect to assignments in the Plan, analogu to existing assignments to other primary terrestrial services, or their entries in the digital Plan, the condition of Section II of Annex 5 with me; or (d)) in the case of an assignment from an the United Nations stemming in the digital Plan, which bears a remark with respect to: (a) assignments in the Plan or analogu to existing assignments to other primary terrestrial services, all the cessary agreements have been obtained and the conditions of Section II of Annex 5 with me; and/or entries in the digital Plan, the condition of Section II of Annex 5 with me and the notifying administration States that all conditions associated with the callout with a fully met; or e) in the case of the use of an entry in the digital Plan, with different characteristics, within the DVB-T or T-NATURAL systems, the conditions specified in Section II of Annex 5 with me. 5.1.3 A digital entry in the Plan may also be notified with a different characteristics from those appearing in the Plan, for transmission in the broadcasting service or in other primary terrestrial services operating in conformity with the radio regulations, provided that the peak power density in any 4 kHz of the above-mentioned assignments shall not exceeds 100 notified the spectral power density in the same 4 kHz of the digital entry in the Plan. Such use shall not claim more protection than that afforded to the above-mentioned digital entry. 5.1.4 If the examination referred to in §, and § 5.1.2 5.1.3 where appropriate, lead to a favourabl is finding, the assignment shall be recorded in the MIFR. In relations between Contracting members, all broadcasting frequency assignments recorded in the MIFR and in conformity with the agreement shall be considered to have the same status in irrespectiv of the date of receipt of the notice by the Office for such frequency assignments or of the date on which brough ut300r2u into the service. 5.1.5 If the examination referred to in § 5.1.2 or 5.1.3, as appropriate, § leads to an unfavourabl of the finding, the notice shall be returned to the notifying administration with the reasons therefore. 5.1.6 If the administration resubmit to the notice and the re-examination by the Bureau under §, and § 5.1.2 5.1.3 where appropriate, lead to a favourabl is finding, the assignment shall be recorded in the MIFR. 5.1.7 If the re-examination under § 5.1.2 it is finding leads an unfavourabl, the assignment shall be recorded with a favourabl is finding the under Of. with an unfavourabl of 11.31, and finding the under Of. 11.34 together with the name (s) of the administration (s) with which there is continuing to disagreemen, indicating that with respect to this (these) administration (s) the recorded assignment shall be operated under the condition of not causing the interference, and it unacceptabl not claiming protection from, any station operating in conformity with the agreement and its associated plans. 5.1.8 the notice for resubmission shall also include a signed commitment by the notifying administration, indicating that the use of an assignment submitted for recording in the MIFR under § 5.1.7 shall not cause interference to the unacceptabl, nor claim protection from, any station of the administration with which there is a continuing disagreemen in conformity with the operating agreement and its associated plans and recorded in the MIFR with a favourabl is finding with respect to it. 11.34.5.1.9 unacceptabl 11.31 and Should be caused by interference by the use of this assignment to any assignment of the administration with which there is a continuing disagreemen in conformity with the operating agreement and its associated plans and recorded in the MIFR with a favourabl is finding with respect to it. 11.31 and 11.34, the administration of unacceptabl causing interference shall, upon receipt of advice thereof, immediately eliminat this interference. 5.2 Notification of frequency assignments to other primary terrestrial services 5.2.1 When an administration proposes to bring into use an assignment to other primary terrestrial services, it shall notify the assignment to the Bureau in accordanc with the provision of article 11 of the radio regulations. 5.2.2 Under the examination by the Bureau of conformity with the agreement, the Bureau shall examin the notice with respect to the successful application of the procedure led in § 4.2 of the agreement. 5.2.3 If the examination referred to in § 5.2.2 above leads to a favourabl is finding, the assignment shall be recorded in the MIFR. Otherwise, the notice shall be returned to the notifying administration with the reasons therefore. 5.2.4 If the administration resubmit to the notice and the re-examination by the Bureau under § 5.2.2 above leads to a favourabl is finding, the assignment shall be recorded in the MIFR accordingly. 5.2.5 If the re-examination under § 5.2.2 of the United unfavourabl finding leads, the assignment shall be recorded with a favourabl is finding the under Of. with an unfavourabl of 11.31, and finding the under Of. 11.34 together with the name (s) of the administration (s) with which there is continuing to disagreemen, indicating that with respect to this (these) administration (s) the recorded assignment shall be operated under the condition of not causing the interference, and it unacceptabl not claiming protection from, any station operating in conformity with the agreement and its associated plans. 5.2.6 the notice for resubmission shall also include a signed commitment by the notifying administration, indicating that the use of an assignment recorded in the MIFR under § 5.2.5 shall not cause interference to the unacceptabl, nor claim protection from, any station of the administration with which there is a continuing disagreemen in conformity with the operating agreement and its associated plans and recorded in the MIFR with a favourabl is finding with respect to it. 11.31 and 5.2.7 the 11.34. Should interference be caused unacceptabl by the use of this assignment to any assignment of the administration with which there is a continuing disagreemen in conformity with the operating agreement and its associated plans and recorded in the MIFR with a favourabl is finding with respect to it. 11.31 and 11.34, the administration of unacceptabl causing interference shall, upon receipt of advice thereof, immediately eliminat this interference. Article 6 settlement of dispute If, after application of the 6.1 of the procedure described in the above articles, the administration is concerned have been unable to reach agreement, they may resort to the procedure described in article 56 of the Constitution. They may also agree to apply the Optional Protocol on the compulsory settlement of the dispute relating to the ITU Constitution, the ITU Convention and to the administrative regulations. Article 7 Accession to the agreement 7.1 Any Member State in the Planning area which has not signed this agreement may at any time deposit an instrument of accession with the Secretary General, who shall immediately-inform the other Member States. Accession to the agreement shall be made without reservations and shall apply to the plans as they stand at the time of accession. 7.2 the Accession to this Agreement shall become effective on the date on which the instrument of accession is received by the Secretary-General. Article 8 scope of application of the Agreement This agreement shall bind 8.1 Contracting members in their relations with one another but shall not bind those members in their relations with non-contracting members. 8.2 If a Contracting Member enter a reservation with regard to the application of any provision of the agreement, other Contracting members shall be free to disregard such provision in their relations with the member which has made such reservations. Article 9 Approval of the agreement 9.1 the Members States to the signator agreement shall notify their approval of this agreement, as promptly as possible, to the Secretary-General, who shall at once inform the other Member States. Article 10 Denunciation of the agreement 10.1 Any Contracting Members may denounc this agreement at any time by a notification sent to the Secretaiy-General, who shall inform the other Member States. 10.2 Denunciation shall become effective one year after the date on which the Secretary-General of the notification of denunciation receive. 10.3 On the date on which the denunciation to become effective, the of the Bureau shall delete from the plans the assignments and/or the allotment is entered in the name of the Member State which has denounced this agreement. Article 11Revision of the agreement 11.1 from revision of the agreement shall be undertaken except by (a) the competent regional Radiocommunications Conference convened in accordanc with the procedure put down in the Constitution and the Convention, to which all the Member States in the Planning area shall be invited. Article 12Entry into force, duration and provisional application of the agreement 12.1 This agreement shall enter into force on 17 June 2007 at 0001 hours UTC. 12.2 the provision of the agreement shall be provisionally applicable as of 17 June 2006 at 0001 hours UTC. 12.3 As from the date mentioned in § 12.2 above, broadcasting stations in operation with frequency assignments which do not appear in the Plant or which are not in conformity with the agreement and its associated plans (see § 5.1.2 of article 6) may continue to be operated under the condition of not causing the interference, and it unacceptabl not claiming protection from, any assignments in conformity with the agreement and its associated plans. 12.4 the agreement shall remain in force until it is revised in accordanc with article 11 of the agreement. 12.5 the Transition period commenc IR on 17 June 2006 at 0001 hours UTC. During the Transition period, the assignments in the Plan analogu (as specified in § 3.1.2 of article 3) shall be protected. 12.6 the Transition period shall end on 17 June 2015 at 0001 hours UTC. However, for the countries listed in the footnote, for the gang below7 174-230 MHz8, the Transition period shall end on 17 June 2020 at 0001 hours UTC. After the end of the applicable period, the Transition òàæó entries in the Plan shall be cancelled by analogu the Bureau, and the provision of § 4.1 of article 4 referring to the modification of the analogu Plan; and-with respect to the remarks of assignments shall analogu cease to apply to the assignments of analogu in the òàæó countries. 12.7 After the end of the Transition period mentioned above-, the Bureau shall review the status of the assignments which were led in the Plan and analogu recorded in the MIFR and invite the administration to cancel the òàæó entries in the MIFR. 12.8 Following the action of the Bureau under § 12.7 above, the administration may request the Bureau to cancel the òàæó assignments, or continue to operate them, under the condition that these assignments: a) of analogu were led in the Plan and already use the into, brough and (b)) shall not cause interference to the unacceptabl, and shall not claim protection from, any assignments in conformity with the agreement and its associated plans (see § 5.1.2 of article 5). _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 6 this provision shall not be applicable to the Plan after analogu the end of the Transition period. 7 list of the countries: Algeria (people's Democratic Republic of), Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast (Republic of), Congo (Republic of the), Cote d ' lvoir (Republic of), Egypt (Arab Republic of), Gabones Republic, Ghana, Guinea (Republic of), Iran (Islamic Republic of), Jordan (Kingdom of Hashemit), Mali (Republic of), Morocco (Kingdom of), Mauritania (Islamic Republic of), Nigeria (Federal Republic of), the First Arab Republic, Sudan (Republic of the), Chad (Republic of), Togoles Republic, Tunisia, Yemen (Republic of). For the following administration of which were not present at the RRC-06, namely Benin (Republic of), Central African Republic, Eritrea, Ethiopia (Federal Democratic Republic of), Guinea-Bissau (Republic of), Equatorial Guinea (Republic of), Liberia (Republic of), Madagascar (Republic of), Niger (Republic of the), Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sao Tome and Principe (Democratic Republic of), Sierra Leone and Democratic Republic Somali, the date of the end of the transition period in the VHF band (174-230 MHz) is 17 June 2020 at 0001 hours UTC, unless any of the aforementioned administration will communicate to the Bureau during the 90-day period from the end of RRC-06 that it select 17 June 2015 at 0001 hours UTC. 8 170-230 MHz for Morocco. 12.9 the Bureau shall update the MIFR accordingly. In WITNESS WHEREOF, the delegates of the Member States of the International Telecommunication Union from the Planning area, named below, on behalf of their qualities of the competent authorities, respectiv signed one copy of these Final acts. In case of dispute, the French text shall prevails. This copy shall remain deposited in the archives of the Union. The Secretary-General shall forward one copy to each Member a certified true state of the International Telecommunication Union from the Planning area done at Geneva, on 16 June 2006 For the Republic of Albania: the Hydaje For the KOPAN people's Democratic Republic of Algeria: a. El Kader Mohamed MADOUR IBRIR Sliman DJEMATEN of A El Malek HOUYO For the Federal Republic of Germany: Gerold REICHL For the Principality of Andorra : Xavier JIMENEZ-BELTRAN For the Republic of Angola: Domingos Carlos Octavio Domingos Oliveira Machado For the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: AL-Habeeb SHANKIT in Riyadh by k. k. Sulaiman AL-NAJM "Saud AL-RASHEED SAMNAN Tariq m. AL-AMR, Wes a. SHEIKH For the Republic of Armenia: For the Ashes VERDYAN Austria: Franz PRULL Peter REINDL For Azerbaijani Republic: Sleep in the Kingdom of Bahrain For the ABDULLAYEV: A.S. AL-THAWAD, AL-BINKHALIL Hesh for k. For the Republic of Belarus : Vladimir TESLYUK For Belgium: Freddy Sēverin of the DYON Patrick BAER VAN DER GRACH For Bosnia and Herzegovina: Jadranka KALMET For the Republic of Botswana: Cuthbert m. LEKAUKA of Tshoganets KEPALETSW REETSANG of the Boipus KOBED of the Kingsley-Bathop Luke Thapel MARUPING For the Republic of Bulgaria: Dimitar POPOV STANTCHEV Bozhidar KOLEV Georgi KOZHUHAZOV Svilen For Burkina Faso:-C of the Isss Souleiman ZABR. Ignac SIMPOR is For the Republic of Burundi : Joseph NSEGAN For the Republic of Ivory Coast: Guillaume Paul ABDOURAMAN of the El Hadjar Hilair MOUT is a Avvallo of the MBEG Bonifac TAKO MOUHAMADO Mu of desire of NDONG For-the Republic of Cape Verde David Gomes Ana Cristina Monteiro Lima For the Republic of Cyprus: Androniko of the KAKKOUR For the Vatican City State: Costantino PACIFIC! It in the PIERVINCENZ For the Republic of the Congo: m. Jean MAKOUNDO For AKOUAL-the Republic of Cote d ' lvoir: Claude DASSY Beck is Jean-Baptiste Yao KOUMAN KOUAKO Alexis KOFF KOFF Affo for the Simon of AKAFFO For the Republic of Croatia: Drazen BREGLEC Mafell ANTONOVIC GACIN of Zeljko TABAKOVIC Gasper For Denmark: Jorgen NIELSEN Peter Henning KNUDSEN of the Langa Marla ANDERSEN For the Republic of Djibouti: Hassan Mourad BOGOREH For the Arab Republic of Egypt : Laila Hussein HAMDALLAH Esmail ELGHUTTANY For the United Arab Emirates: Tariq a. AL-Nasser AWADH AL-Hamoud, Mustafa of RASHEDA ISHAG For Spain: Antonio FERNANDEZ-PANIAGU Jose Ramon CAMBLOR For the Republic of Estonia: Arvo CONSISTS of For the Federation of Russia: Andrey BESKOROVAYNY Victor STRELET For Finland: Kirsi KARLAMA wars in KANG For France: Arnaud MIQUEL Francois RANCY Dominique Jean ROLF Gabones the For the Republic: Jacques-NKWEL EDAN William MOUNGAL of IMOUNG of Firmin NGOY Francis Jules Jean-Jacques LEGNONG of the MASSIMO LANDJ For Gambi-the Republic of the : The Baboucar Famara DAMPH Bai SAN YANG For Georgia: Mikheil GOTOSHI For Ghana: Emmanuel Owusu-ADANS For Greece: Niss to George DROSSO BENMAYOR For the Republic of Guinea: Abdoul Aziz Ibrahim of the Kendu SOUAR BARRY Habib TALL For the Republic of Hungary: erzsebet BANKUT Peter MAY in the Islamic Republic of Iran For the KHOSRAV in Abdolal in ALIASKAR: Mahmoud Tagh in the Hossein ABEDIAN SHAFIE, For the Republic of Iraq : Wesall a. Ali For Ireland: John A.C. A.J. BREEN Rory HINCHY Neil O'Brien Alexander KRASNOJEN For the State of Israel: Haim MAZAR For Italy: Francesco Mario TAGIULL a TROIS Riccardo DE Donato MARGARELL by LEONARD For the Hashemit Kingdom of Jordan: m. AL-WATHIQ SHAQRAH For the Republic of Kz: Riz a NURSHABEKOV For the Republic of Kenya: Stanley k. KIB-Leo k. BORUET a Daniel O. O. OT1EN the Samwel Obam Alfred m. Ambani For the State of Kuwait Nash AL QAHTANI: Yousef AL-SAAD For the Kingdom of Lesotho: the LEJAKAN of the MANOS Tlal Sella For the Republic of Latvia: Inara JEKABSON Juris VALENIEK in Juris For the Yugoslavs are the Former Republic of Macedonia: mile VELJANOV For Lebanon: Maurice GHAZAL For the Principality of Liechtenstein: the BtJHLER For the which the Republic of Lithuania: v. m. ZILINSK KISON For Luxembourg: Roland THURM For Malawi: Mike KUNTIY-Willis d. Lloyd of the MOMB LIPAND For the Republic of Mali COULIBALY Nouho Of Forum Will Follow: Traore Bangaly-Fodu Traore LBS. Gentle A.A.M. of the CISS Mohamed AG HAMAT Amadou diao For Malta Saviour f. BORG: Joseph SPITER to Adrian Galea For the Kingdom of Morocco, Mohammed LOULICHK, Mohammed HAMMOUD: the BESS of the Mohamed Mamoun Mustaph SBAY Nabil EL Abderrah we are MERNISS in KHAFAJ Adil ARAMJ For the Islamic Republic of Mauritania: Mohamed OULD Vadel Tabou For the Republic of Moldova: Andrei CICLICC in the Eugheni of Theodore MTAN Not in SESTACOV For the Principality of Monaco : Carole LANTER For the Republic of Mozambiqu: Hilario Lourin TAMEL s. of Martin LANG For the Republic of Namibia: a-Bartho Hara GAEB For the Republic of Niger: Abdou Salou For the Federal Republic of Nigeria: Abayomi BOLARINW Edward Adams in the Amana Ria ABD-Muhammed UMAR For Norway: Geir Jan SUNDAL For the Sultanate of Oman: YousufALBALUSH For the Republic of Uganda: Jack TURYAMWIJUK's Jonas m. BANTULAK For the Republic of Uzbekistan : M. KHALMURATOV For the Kingdom of the Netherlands: Bart VAN DIJKEN SCHAAP a. Ben SMITH For the Republic of Poland: Lilia's ROSLAN-Pawel WIECEK KACK, Dariusz KUHN Arkadiusz KUREK Radoslaw TYNIOW For Portugal: Maria f. Santos Silva of GIRA Miguel j. m. HENRIQUES DA Costa For the State of Qatar: Yousuf a. AL-KUBAIS For the First Arab Republic: the AJENEH Mohammad HASSAN Adnan SALHAB Moustaf For the Kyrgyz Republic Baiysh NURMATOV: For the Slovak Republic: Milan LUKNAR For the Czech Republic: Pavel DVORAK For Romania: Florin BEJAN Catalina m. 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Ayub For the Republic of Chad: for the Guirdon MOGALBAY Ali Idris AHMED For the Republic: Togoles of the GABA PALOUK Massin's. the KANAK For MAWOUK Lall-Tunisia: Mohammed in LA MARSA are Mohsen BONGU Lilia GHOMMAN M For Turkey Tayfun ACARER Ali Erkan: ZORA CANT For Ukraine: Vasyl HANDABUR of the ULASENK For the Olen-the Republic of Yemen: Mohamed Ali AL-AZZAN For-the Republic of Zambia for the Kezi-MASIY Keph: MWAL For-the Republic of Zimbabwe: the MUGANYUR of Matthias CHAKANYUK Ober-