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The National Telecommunications and Post Commission is launching a public consultation on draft contribution to the Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks regarding the definition and the specialisation of the criteria and the content of the reasonable  request within the framework of the universal service according to article 57 of Law 4070/2012.

The consultation document is available through the following link:

Public Consultation on draft contribution to the Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks regarding the definition and the specialisation of the criteria and the content of the reasonable  request within the framework of the universal service according to article 57 of Law 4070/2012

The National Telecommunications and Post Commission is seeking the views and comments of stakeholders on the proposed document. The consultation period is from 20 January to 20 February 2014. The responses should be submitted stating the author’s details and affiliation, in Greek or English language, both in printed and electronic format, no later than February 20, 2014 at 13:00. Anonymous responses will not be taken into consideration.  The responses will be published unedited.  In case the responses contain confidential elements, they should be placed in a special Annex, so that they will not be published.

The responses to the public consultation should be marked as follows:

Public Consultation on draft contribution to the Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks regarding the definition and the specialisation of the criteria and the content of the reasonable  request within the framework of the universal service according to article 57 of Law 4070/2012

Responses should be submitted at the following address:
EETT offices,
60 Kifissias Avenue,
151 25 Marousi,
Athens, Greece (7th floor),  
Tel: +30 210 6151000
Fax: +30 210 6105049
Email: uso@eett.gr.

During the public consultation process, explanatory answers will be provided by EETT in response to interested parties’ questions.  These questions should be submitted only through the electronic mail address  uso@eett.gr  and should contain the author’s details and affiliation.

The public consultation document is not binding on the forthcoming EETT regulatory actions on this matter.