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Dec 11, 2017 12:38 EEST
December 11 (SeeNews) - Serbia's government said it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Bulgaria to encourage mobile operators to lower the roaming charges applied in the two neighbouring countries.
The MoU was signed by Serbia's trade minister Rasim Ljajic and Bulgaria's transport and telecommunications minister Ivaylo Moskovski in the framework of the second summit of the leaders of Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Serbia held in Belgrade, the Serbian government said on Friday.
The Bulgarian and Serbian governments will work on encouraging the mobile operators to sign contracts that would lead to a permanent reduction of retail prices of services in roaming for end-users, the Bulgarian transport ministry said in a separate statement on Friday.
Last month, Bulgaria and Macedonia signed a MoU to join forces in encouraging their mobile operators to reduce the roaming tariffs applied in the two countries.
In June, Serbian trade and telecommunications ministry said it plans to request the European Commission to remove the mobile roaming charges for the EU candidates Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
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