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Mr Edward Vaizey - Department for Culture, Media and Sport

The Telecommunications Council will take place in Brussels on 26th May 2016.

The UKs Deputy Permanent Representative to the EU, Shan Morgan, will represent the UK. Below are the agenda items and the positions we intend to adopt.

The first item is for agreement for a General Approach on the Proposal for a Decision on the use of the 470-790MHz frequency band in the Union (First reading - EM 5814/16 + ADD 1 & 2). The UK will support this General Approach. We do not expect any interventions on this item and UK does not intend to intervene.

This item will be followed by a debate on the EU Electronic Communications Regulatory Framework. The debate will be informed by three questions from the Presidency. The UK intervention will include the need to consider regulatory tools in addition to the assessment of significant market power in order to improve connectivity in challenging geographical areas. We will also speak about the importance of protecting national competence with respect to spectrum management and of taking a proportionate approach to the regulation of over the top services.

This will be followed by five items under AOB, The first two items are a progress report from the Presidency on Proposal for a Directive of the European on the accessibility to public sector bodies' web-sites (First reading - EM16006/11) and a progress report from the Presidency on measures to ensure a high common level of network and information security across the Union (NIS - First reading - EM6342/13). We do not expect a debate on either of these items. There then follows two further AOB items, both information from the Commission on developments on Internet Governance and the role of digital platforms in the digital economy respectively. We do not currently expect a debate on either of these items.

Finally, under AOB, the Slovakian delegation will inform the Council of their priorities for their forthcoming Presidency before Council adjourns until the next meeting in quarter four 2016.

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