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Images: Vint Cerf/ICANN Pacific Ministers Meeting

Three photos from Thursday's forum of 16 Pacific Communications Ministers, chaired by David Cunliffe. Thursday saw a visit to the Pacific forum by ICANN chair Dr Vint Cerf and ICANN CEO/President Dr Paul Twomey. (For more background see… Pacific communications ministers set bold agenda.) - Images by Brendon Burns


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*ICANN chair Dr Vint Cerf with PNG High Commissioner to NZ, H.E. Mr
Bernard Narokobi and a visitor from Hawke's Bay.


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*ICANN chair Dr Vint Cerf and delegates attending the Pacific Communications Forum


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*Communications Minister and South Pacific Forum secretary general Greg Urwin at today's opening of the Pacific Communications Forum.

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