Monday of the second Plenipotentiary week here in Busan began with a statement from Secretary General Touré about the reduction of Member State contributions to the ITU.
It was a day of discussion centred on Resolution 130: Strengthening the role of ITU in building confidence and security in the use of information and communication technologies and Resolution 101: Internet Protocol-based networks.
There were more elections and then the matter of WCIT at ITU PP-14: Day 5.
It was a day of elections, more policy statements, and the start of the Internet-related proposals. It looks set to be a busy weekend with many to be further discussed and negotiated.
Day three of the ITU PP-14 saw the last of the 88 Policy Statements delivered to the Plenary.
The pre-occupation with senior management elections dominates day two at ITU PP-14.
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Adam Gosling gives a short summary of the day’s events at the ITU PP-14.
Adam Gosling gives a brief overview of the ITU Plenipotentiary PP-14 that begins today in Busan, Republic of Korea.