|Third JCA-NID meeting (Geneva, 2-3 July 2007)
|The 3rd JCA-NID meeting is scheduled for
Tuesday 3 July 2007; it will be preceded on Monday 2 July 2007 by a meeting
of the JCA-NID drafting group on high level requirements (HLR) for NID.
Please note that Mr Koshizuka will chair the drafting group on HLR on Monday
2 July; the draft agenda for this meeting is published as
Doc I-62. The JCA-NID meeting itself will take place on Tuesday 3 July under the
chairmanship of the Convener Mr Probst; the draft agenda for the JCA-NID
meeting is published as
The meeting will open at 09:30 hours on Monday 2 July at ITU headquarters,
Geneva, and the closing time is foreseen at 18:00. Participant registration
will begin at 08:45 hours in the reception of the Montbrillant building. The
meeting on Tuesday 3 July will open at 9:00 hours and the closing time is
foreseen at 18:00. Detailed information concerning the meeting room will be
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The meeting will be conducted in English only.
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