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Declaração sobre a Reunião ICANN 52 em Marrakesh, Marrocos

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Depois da recente solicitação do Marrocos de adiar a Copa das Nações de Futebol da África por conta de possíveis restrições a deslocamentos na África, a ICANN está participando de debates ativos e contínuos com nossos hóspedes da reunião ICANN 52 de Marrakesh.

A ICANN está considerando adiar a reunião de Marrakesh programada para 8-12 fevereiro de 2015, devido a que a probabilidade de os participantes de países africanos terem restrições para viajar poderia diminuir a participação deles na reunião.

O pessoal da ICANN está trabalhando estreitamente com o Board da ICANN e seus representantes das Comunidades.

Ainda não foi tomada nenhuma decisão, mas a ICANN entende a importância de fornecer informações atualizadas de maneira oportuna e de avançar sobre a questão do status e da localização da ICANN 52.


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