What is an Accreditation?
A credential issued on official stationery by a Party representative duly empowered to sign on behalf of an ITSO member country.
Who may sign the Accreditation?
The Head of State, the Head of Government, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the official in charge of the sector of telecommunications, a representative of one of these entities duly empowered to sign on behalf of an ITSO member country.
What should be stated in the Accreditation?
The Accreditation must include the name and title of each representative of the delegation, together with the capacity in which they will attend the meeting (i.e. Representative, Alternate Representative(s) and Advisor(s)). There may be only one representative, but as many Alternate Representatives and Advisors as the Party deems necessary. The Accreditation must state that the members of this delegation are authorized to speak and vote on behalf of the Party.
When should I send the Accreditation letter?
As soon as the delegation is confirmed by your Administration and after pre-registration.