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The EU, represented by European Commission Vice President Neelie Kroes and EU Special Representative for Human Rights, Stavros Lambrinidis, is to participate at high level in “NETmundial: the Global Multi-stakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Gorvernance”, Sao Paulo on 23-24 April.

Neelie Kroes is a member of the High Level committee of NETmundial and has contributed to the preparation of the Conference document.

Ms Kroes said about the initiative: “The next two years will be critical in redrawing the global map of internet governance. I commend President Rousseff for taking this initiative”. She added: “The outcomes of NETmundial must be concrete and actionable, with clear milestones and timeline. Europe will contribute to finding a credible way forward for global internet governance.”

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NETmundial: European Commission to take leading role at global conference on internet governance