Annex 4 to Resolution 1 (Rev.
Information to be included in the
1) List the appropriate
Question numbers of the originating and destination
2) Identify the study group
or rapporteur's group meeting at which the liaison was
3) Include a concise and
clear subject. If this is in reply to a liaison
statement, make this clear, e.g. "Reply to the liaison
statement from (source and date) concerning ...".
4) Identify the study
group(s), if known, or other organizations to which
NOTE – Can be sent to more than one
5) Indicate the level of
approval of such liaison statement, e.g. study group, or
state that the liaison statement has been agreed at a
rapporteur's group meeting.
6) Indicate if the liaison
statement is sent for action or comments, or for
NOTE – If sent to more than one
organization, indicate this for each one.
7) If action is requested,
indicate the date by which a reply is required.
8) Include the name and
address of the contact person.
NOTE – The text of the liaison
statement should be concise and clear using a minimum of jargon.
NOTE – Among ITU-D groups liaison
statements should be discouraged, and problems solved through
Example of a liaison statement:
A/1 of ITU-D Study Group 1 and B/2 of
ITU-D Study Group 2
Chairman of ITU-D Study Group X or
Rapporteur's Group for Question B/2
Geneva, September 2009
for information/comments by [deadline when it is
an outgoing liaison statement] – Reply to
liaison statement from ITU-R/ITU-T WP 1/4
chairman or rapporteur for Question [number]