Strong Israeli presence at IT summit

The delegation will host three seminars entitled "Children for Bridges," "E-Inclusion," and "From E- Government to E-Health."

November 7, 2005 07:01
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Israel will have a strong presence at the World Summit on the Information Society, which is due to start in Tunisia on Tuesday next week, the Israel Internet Association said on Sunday. Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom will head a delegation that also will consist of Communications Minister Dalia Itzik and 60 developers from the private and public sectors, including senior members of the Israel Internet Association. The delegation will host three seminars entitled "Children for Bridges," "E-Inclusion," and "From E- Government to E-Health." United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan will head the summit, which is being organized by the International Telecommunication Union, a UN agency.

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