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Jordan Passes Internationalized Domain Name String Evaluation for Arabic ccTLD
According to an ICANN report released this week, Jordan ccTLD domain, ( the Arabic name for Jordan), is the latest to complete the string evaluation process. It met ICANN requirements that the script is non Latin, is the official language of the country, and technical requirements have been met as evaluated by Infrared 23 3s an external DNS Stability Panel comprised of DNS and IDN experts.
The IDN ccTLD Fast Track Infrared 3s For Sale Process, which enables countries and territories to submit requests to ICANN for non Latin ccTLDs to represent their country or territory name, was approved by the ICANN Board at its annual meeting in Seoul, South Korea, in October 2009, and first requests were received starting 16 November 2009.
The Fast Track program for the rollout of IDNs entails three steps, preparations in country or territory, string evaluation, and string delegation. Egypt, the Russian Federation, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia were Jordan 3 Infrared 23 the first four countries to pass the string evaluation phase, which tests their technical and linguistic specifications, making them free to Infrared 23 3s For Sale apply for string delegation.
ICANN has received a total of 21 requests for IDN ccTLDs, Infrared 3s representing 11 languages, through the String Evaluation process. A total of 13 requests have now successfully passed string evaluation and are ready for the requesting country or territory to initiate the application for string delegation.