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Tuesday, 15 November 2005

Today the governmental delegation headed by Prime Minister A. Margaryan has arrived in Tunisia with the purpose of participation in the second stage of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) to be held in November 16-18 under the patronage of the United Nations. This summit is a unique opportunity for States to undertake high-level discussions on the rapidly developing processes of information era, the challenges associated therewith, to agree over common efforts to overcome all this and find ways for making effective investments. The Millenium Declaration lays down the necessity for the Information Society to establish uniform policies based on comprehensive studies and ensure effective strategic programs for the development of individual countries..

The first Geneva stage of the summit issued a declaration of principles and established a plan of action. The declaration of principles includes those principles and approaches that each country should be guided by, and the plan of action covers the period up till 2015. A special focus is placed upon the necessity of developing national strategies and preserving the cultural diversity. Emphasized is the importance of programs - proposals submitted by individual countries that have been discussed at the preparatory stage.

High-level State delegations from over 170 countries of the world, international and non-governmental organizations, as well as major private IT companies will attend the Tunisian summit. A broad range of strategic and political issues pertinent to the development of the Information Society will be discussed. Armenia, too, will be represented with a separate stand showing the achievements of our country in the sphere of information technologies.

Tomorrow, on November, 16, the Prime minister and members of the Armenian delegation will visit the pavilion of Armenia and those of INTEL and ALCATEL companies. They will attend the gala event featuring the presentation of an Armenian-make disk referred to as "Aram Khachatourian: life and activity", which was recognized by the jury of WSIS gala award to be the best CD/DVD in the sphere of culture.

June 2020