{Fraud?} {Disarmed} [AfrICANN-discuss] Cairo Selected to Host 33rd International Public Meeting

Vincent Ngundi vincent at kenic.or.ke
Mon May 19 16:41:55 SAST 2008

Congratulations to Egypt!

Let us know how we can help to make this all important event a success.

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On May 17, 2008, at 11:29 AM, Anne-Rachel Inné wrote:

> Cairo Selected to Host 33rd International Public Meeting
> 16 May 2008
> MARINA DEL REY, Calif.: Cairo, Egypt will host the Internet  
> Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers' 33rd International  
> Public Meeting from 2-7 November 2008.
> At its 28 April 2008 meeting, the ICANN Board accepted the proposal  
> to host the meeting put forward by National Telecom Regulatory  
> Authority of Egypt.
> "This is going to be an exciting meeting for ICANN with it marking  
> our 10th anniversary and it's fitting that it is in Egypt," said  
> Paul Levins, ICANN's Executive Officer and Vice President -  
> Corporate Affairs. "Egypt, with other nations and the technical  
> community, has played a key role in moving Internationalized Domain  
> Names forward."
> The meeting venue will be the Intercontinental – Cairo Citystars.  
> The website with information on the ICANN hotel room rate and  
> booking instructions will be posted soon.
> Each year ICANN holds three meetings in different regions around  
> the world. These meetings constitute an essential part of ICANN's  
> global consensus-building and outreach efforts. The ICANN Meetings  
> Committee sets the regions in which ICANN will hold its meetings.  
> Proposals are then solicited from organizations interested in  
> hosting the ICANN Meeting.
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> About ICANN:
> ICANN is responsible for the global coordination of the Internet's  
> system of unique identifiers like domain names (like .org, .museum  
> and country codes like .uk) and the addresses used in a variety of  
> Internet protocols that help computers reach each other over the  
> Internet. Careful management of these resources is vital to the  
> Internet's operation, so ICANN's global stakeholders meet regularly  
> to develop policies that ensure the Internet's ongoing security and  
> stability. ICANN is an internationally organized, public benefit  
> non-profit company. For more information please visit:  
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> www.icann.org.
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