There are a number of sites that were adjourned during previous meetings (Gdansk, Rwanda Genocide Memorials, WWI Memorials). I see nothing on the provisional agenda that suggests that they will be discussed.
I don't feel that the first inscribed sites of recent conflict memorials will take place this year, and Gdansk was not considered as such I believe in the latest reports. We may know more in the extraordinary session on January 24.
the first sites considered (because completed) would be:
Funerary and memorial sites of the First World War (Western Front), Belgium and France / The Landing
Beaches, Normandy, 1944, France / Brâncusi Monumental Ensemble of Târgu Jiu, Romania / Genocide memorial
sites: Nyamata, Murambi, Gisozi and Bisesero, Rwanda / Human Rights, Liberation and Reconciliation: Nelson
Mandela Legacy Sites, South Africa / ESMA Museum and Site of Memory – Former Clandestine Center of
Detention, Torture and Extermination, Argentina.
ESMA is already indicated above, would they grill the others by being the first site of this kind registered post-debate?
Regarding the Russian sites, I am curious how they will be treated.
In your opinion, when can we expect to get the ICOMOS and IUCN evaluations?
Probably beginning of July. In general, it is 2 months before a session.