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Déclaration au sujet de la 52e réunion de l'ICANN à Marrakech, Maroc

Suite à la demande de report de la Coupe d'Afrique des nations de football présentée par le Maroc en raison de l'éventuelle application de mesures de restriction aux déplacements en Afrique, des discussions actives et permanentes sont en cours entre l'ICANN et les hôtes de sa 52e réunion à Marrakech.

L'ICANN envisage de reporter la réunion de Marrakech prévue du 8 au 12 février 2015 car la probabilité que des mesures de restriction aux déplacements soient appliquées aux ressortissants des pays africains risque de réduire le taux de participation à la réunion. Le modèle multipartite ascendant de l'ICANN repose sur la participation ample et active des communautés issues de toutes les sociétés à l'échelle mondiale.

Le personnel de l'ICANN travaille étroitement avec le Conseil d'administration de l'ICANN et les représentants de sa communauté.

Aucune décision n'a encore été prise. L'ICANN comprend toutefois l'importance de fournir des informations actualisées et de communiquer opportunément la suite qui sera donnée à ce dossier ainsi que le lieu de la 52e réunion de l'ICANN.


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