.EU Domain Names in Cyrillic Nearing Launch

EURid, the company behind .eu extension, announced that preparations for the launch of .EU in Cyrillic is nearing completion.

You can read the announcement after the jump :

“EURid, the European Registry for Internet Domain Names, is pleased to announce that preparations for the launch of .eu in

Cyrillic are nearing completion. The official launch date for .eu in Cyrillic is June 1, 2016.

Please click here for a complete list of important administrative, legal, and technical guidelines regarding the

implementation of .eu in Cyrillic and your new Cyrillic domain name.

Starting on June 1, 2016, EURid will fully enforce the basic rule that the second level script must match the top-level

script. This means that the current domain names registered in Cyrillic under .eu (Latin string) will undergo a “script

adjustment” phase.

All policies, procedures and features currently available for .eu (Latin string) such as transfers, bulk transfers,

multiyear, DNSSEC, registry lock, Customised Reduction Schemes, Co-funded Marketing Programme, etc., will also apply to .ею(Cyrillic string).

The current .eu Registration Policy, Terms & Conditions and WHOIS policy will apply to domain names registered under .ею(Cyrillic string).”

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