International Black Sea Club (IBSC)
1992. Statute adopted at Constituent Assembly, 7-10 Dec 1993, Varna (Bulgaria). Registered in accordance with Bulgarian law, Feb 1994.
Address problems of rational utilization of the Black Sea resources and its environmental protection; strengthen the system of organizational, economic, scientific, technological research, business and cultural relations among Black Sea municipalities and regions; coordinate efforts of cities / municipalities of the Black Sea countries for solving common tasks related to the Black Sea coast and of regional clubs in the priority fields of economics, science, ecology, transport, free zones, tourism, journalism, culture and telecommunications; participate in programmes and projects for preserving environmental equilibrium of the Black Sea and its adjacent (coastal) territory; organize exchange of economic-commercial information; assist in development of tourism; participate in national and international events on exploration, research and preservation of the Black Sea; establish contacts between business units and governmental administrative bodies of the corresponding countries.
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General Meeting (Assembly) (at least once a year). Executive Board, consisting of mayors of 6 cities from 6 countries, headed by Chairman. Executive Director (rotating every 3 years with Executive Board). Permanent Executive Office in Varna (Bulgaria), headed by Managing Director.
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