Parliamentary Association for Euro-Arab Cooperation (PAEAC)
Association parlementaire pour la coopération euro-arabe (APCEA)
1974-03-23 Paris France
Founded 23-25 Mar 1974, Paris (France).
Contribute to the search for peace in the Middle East in the spirit of the United Nations resolutions; promote political, economic and cultural cooperation between Europe and the Middle East; support Euro-Arab dialogue for long-term cooperation between Europe and the Arab world and press for practical action. Particular emphasis laid on the Palestine question.
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Executive Committee, consisting of 2 representatives from each member national section and 4 representatives from the section in the European Parliament. Officers: 2 co-Presidents, 3 Vice-Presidents, Treasurer and 2 Honorary Presidents. Secretariat General.
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