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ICANN Gives Final Approval for Four Countries to Use Non-Latin Languages in Internet Address Names.

http://www.icann.org/en/minutes/resolutions-22apr10-en.htm#idn-cctlds

Delegation of IDN ccTLDs

  1. Delegation of the .рф ("R.F.") domain representing the Russian Federation to Coordination
    Center for TLD RU

    Whereas, the Russian Federation is a country currently listed in the ISO 3166-1 standard;

    Whereas, рф (xn--p1ai)("R.F.") is a string that has been deemed to appropriately represent the Russian Federation through
    the IDN Fast Track process.

    Whereas, ICANN has received a request for delegation of .рф (xn--p1ai)to Coordination Center for TLD RU.

    Whereas, ICANN has reviewed the request, and has determined that the proposed delegation would be in the interests of the
    local and global Internet communities.

    It is hereby RESOLVED (2010.04.22.05), that the proposed delegation of the .рф domain to
    Coordination Center for TLD RU as a country-code top-level domain is
    approved.

  2. Delegation of the السعودية ("Al-Saudiah") domain representing Saudi Arabia in Arabic to
    the Communications and Information Technology Commission


    Whereas, Saudi Arabia is a country currently listed in the ISO 3166-1 standard;

    Whereas, السعودية (xn--mgberp4a5d4ar)("al-Saudiah") is a string that has been deemed to appropriately represent Saudi Arabia
    through the IDN Fast Track process.

    Whereas, ICANN has received a request for delegation of السعودية . to the Communications and Information Technology
    Commission.

    Whereas, ICANN has reviewed the request, and has determined that the proposed delegation would be in the interests of the
    local and global Internet communities.

    It is hereby RESOLVED (2010.04.22.06), that the proposed delegation of the السعودية . domain
    to the Communications and Information Technology Commission is approved.


  3. Delegation of the
    امارات ("Emarat") domain representing the United Arab Emirates to the
    Telecommunications Regulatory Authority

    Whereas, the United Arab Emirates is a country currently listed in the ISO 3166-1 standard;

    Whereas, امارات (xn--mgbaam7a8h) ("Emarat") is a string that has been deemed to appropriately represent the United Arab
    Emirates through the IDN Fast Track process.

    Whereas, ICANN has received a request for delegation of امارات . to the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority.

    Whereas, ICANN has reviewed the request, and has determined that the proposed delegation would be in the interests of the
    local and global Internet communities.

    It is hereby RESOLVED (2010.04.22.07), that the proposed delegation of the امارات . domain to
    the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority is approved.

  4. Delegation of
    the مصر ("Misr") domain representing Egypt to the National
    Telecommunication Regulatory Authority

    Whereas, Egypt is a country currently listed in the ISO 3166-1 standard;

    Whereas, مصر (xn--wgbh1c )("Misr") is a string that has been deemed to appropriately represent Egypt through the IDN Fast
    Track process.

    Whereas, ICANN has received a request for delegation of مصر. to the National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority.


    Whereas, ICANN has reviewed the request, and has determined that the proposed delegation would be in the interests of the
    local and global Internet communities.

    It is hereby RESOLVED (2010.04.22.08), that the proposed delegation of the مصر. domain to the
    National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority is approved.


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Comment by Shahzad Ahmad on April 27, 2010 at 3:07pm
Fantastic news... We know that the case of .pakistan is also in process. Hope we will also get that resolved soon.

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