UPU Council of Administration (CA)
1994 Seoul Korea Rep
1994, Seoul (Korea Rep), within the framework of B-XB3408 - Universal Postal Union (UPU).
Ensure continuity of UPU work between Congresses, supervise Union activities and study regulatory, administrative, legislative and legal issues of interest to the Union.
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Council (meeting annually at UPU headquarters, Berne) comprises 41 members elected by Congress, headed by Chairman appointed from the host country of the previous Congress. Management Committee, comprising Chairman, 4 Vice-Chairmen, Committee Chairmen (3) and Chairman of the Strategic Planning Group. Secretary-General is Director-General of UPU International Bureau. 'Committees' (3): General Matters of Policy and Principle; Programme and Budget; Technical Cooperation. 'Project Teams' (4): Universal postal service; Relations with the World Trade Organization; Terminal Dues; High Level Group - examines strategic issues in the context of challenges and changes facing the postal sector and their implications for UPU. In addition, time-specific project teams are set up to deal with specific issues.
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