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Fifth JCA-NID meeting (Seoul, Korea, 23 January 2008)
Meeting announcement  

The 5th JCA-NID meeting is scheduled for Wednesday 23 January 2008. The Convener, Mr Pierre-André Probst (OFCOM Switzerland), will chair the meeting; the draft agenda is published as Doc I-100.

The meeting will take place at the Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel Convention Center, Seoul, Korea (Republic of). An important number of ITU-T events will take place there from 14 to 25 January 2008 inclusive, at the kind invitation of the Ministry of Information and Communication of the Republic of Korea.

Detailed information concerning the meeting can be found in the ITU-T Convening letter (TSB Circular 174).

To enable TSB to make the necessary arrangements concerning the organization of the meeting, please register via the on-line form as soon as possible.

Participants are encouraged to submit contributions by electronic mail to by Friday, 18 January 2008.

With a view to settling any questions that might arise concerning contributions, the name, fax and telephone numbers and e-mail address of the person to be contacted should be indicated on contributions. Accordingly, please include those details on the cover page of all documents.

  • The meeting of the JCA-NID will be paperless.
  • The meeting will be conducted in English only.

Additional information on the meeting and its logistics is provided in Annex 7 of the ITU-T Convening letter (TSB Circular 174). Each meeting room will be equipped with wireless access to the Internet. Those who wish to use the wireless access must be equipped with the necessary hardware and correctly configured computers.

Any foreign visitors wishing to enter Korea must have a valid passport. Tourists from certain countries may visit Korea for 15 days without a visa, but proof of confirmed round-trip air reservation is required. However, some countries require visas to enter the Republic of Korea. For more information, please visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade at A contact point for those delegates who need support for obtaining their visa can be found in Annex 9 of the ITU-T Convening letter (TSB Circular 174).


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