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[council] Re: GAC congratulations upon your re-election as a Chair of the GNSO Council

  • To: "Janis Karklins" <janis.karklins@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: [council] Re: GAC congratulations upon your re-election as a Chair of the GNSO Council
  • From: Avri Doria <avri@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 23:10:32 +0100
  • Cc: Denise Michel <denise.michel@xxxxxxxxx>, "Donna.Austin" <donna.austin@xxxxxxxxx>, Council GNSO <council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Dear Janis,

Thank you, and the GAC, very much for the congratulations.

Yes, the schedule is rather full with a number of important IDN discussions on the table. Discussions that I hope shed light on the many open issues related to IDN TLD deployment.

I, and I am sure the GNSO council, look forward to renewing our traditional bi-lateral dialogue in Paris.

Best Regards,


On 25 Jan 2008, at 18:53, Janis Karklins wrote:

Let me on behalf of the GAC congratulate you on your re-election as a Chair of the GNSO Council. We are looking forward to continue fruitful and systematic cooperation with GNSO which benefits enormously the governmental representatives. This time in Delhi, where GAC will focus its attention to the IDN in cc space issues, our traditional bi-lateral (using diplomatic terminology) meeting is replaced with joint workshop on IDNs on Monday with participation of other ICANN constituencies. I believe this will be an important session that will clarify all questions and doubts and will shape the methodology of the IDN deployment in cc space. It is very important for governments and we are looking forward to constructive and engaging dialog. In Paris we can return to our traditional form of dialogue and address issues that are of our mutual interest.
With my best regards

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