Kosovo Telecom (“KT”) is the incumbent state-owned operator in Kosovo and provides fixed and mobile services. KT is 100 percent state owned, with the state being represented by the Ministry of Economic Development (the ‘Ministry’). The Company is governed by the Law on Publicly Owned Enterprises of Kosovo, Commercial Law and the Law on Telecommunication.
The Government of Kosovo (the ‘Government’) has decided to renew efforts to privatise KT and, to that end, adopted a decision authorising the privatisation. As part of the privatisation process, the Government has identified a need for a review of the structure, operations and practices of KT ahead of privatisation, along with recommendations for its restructuring while still under state ownership, with the objective of achieving sustainable financial viability by improving the financial, operational, technological, and human resource standing of the company.
As part of these efforts the Ministry has requested the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the ‘EBRD’) to assist with the preparation of KT for privatisation. EBRD has agreed to provide support and will help retain external consulting advisors to assist in this respect. The main beneficiary of the assignment will be KT.
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