[A2k] Peru delivers 14th ratification in Geneva Tuesday second Feb.

Denise Nicholson Denise.Nicholson at wits.ac.za
Wed Feb 3 01:55:08 PST 2016

Excellent news. The number of ratifications is slowly rising and hopefully the required number will be reached in the near future.


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Friend [mailto:chrisfriend2013 at gmail.com] 
Sent: 03 February 2016 10:10 AM
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Subject: [A2k] Peru delivers 14th ratification in Geneva Tuesday second Feb.

We have just received the wonderful news that Peru has delivered its ratification documentation to WIPO Geneva yesterday Tuesday second Feb 2016!

This is number 14 and we are on the way towards achieving the 20th quite soon and  meaning the Marrakesh treaty will become operational three months later.

Congratulations to World Blind Union ULACk region for another ratification – their regionB leads the field towards this exciting goal of 20.
Christopher Friend

WBU Technical Advisor for the Marrakesh Treaty
M: +44 7919 552170
E: chrisfriend2013 at gmail.com
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