The Plenipotentiary Conference is open to (ref. CV/Art. 23
- Member States [CV/268]
- Palestine [Res 99 (Rev. Guadalajara, 2010)]
- the United Nations [CV/269A]
- regional telecommunications organizations [CV/269B]
- intergovernmental organizations operating satellite systems [CV/269C]
- specialized agencies of the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency [CV/269D]
- Sector Members referred to in CV/229 (recognized operating agencies, scientific or industrial organizations and financial or development institutions) and CV/231 (regional and other international telecommunication, standardization, financial or development organizations)
The participation of observers in the Plenipotentiary Conference is governed by the terms of Resolution 145 (Antalya, 2006).
In accordance with ITU’s policy for awarding fellowships (reference Service Order 07/05), participants are informed that fellowships are not granted for treaty-making conferences.
Each Member State and Observer Organization and Entity may designate and register as many representatives as it deems necessary. There is no limitation on the number of delegates and observers attending the Conference. Organizations and Entities are referred to No. 476
of the Convention and Article 7, paragraphs 1b) and 5b), of the Financial Regulations
which are applicable to this Conference.
Information on the registration procedure will be forthcoming.
In accordance with Article 31 (Nos 325-331) of the Convention, accreditation of delegations sent by Member States to the Plenipotentiary Conference shall be by means of instruments signed by the Head of State, by the Head of Government or by the Minister for Foreign Affairs.
The submitted credentials must fulfill one of the following criteria:
- confer full powers on the delegation;
- authorize the delegation to represent its government, without restrictions;
- give the delegation, or certain members thereof, the right to sign the Final Acts.