Euro-Asian Cooperation of National Metrological Institutions (COOMET)
1991-06 Warsaw Poland
Jun 1991, Warsaw (Poland), on signature of a memorandum of understanding by representatives of national metrological institutions of 4 countries and of F-XF2417 - Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Previously also referred to as Organization of National Metrological Institutions of the States of Central and Eastern Europe.
Contribute to effective resolution of problems concerning the uniformity of measures and to the uniformity of measurement procedures and its required accuracy; contribute to development of closer cooperation among national economies and elimination of technical barriers to international trade; bring into closer contact the activities of metrological services of the states of Euro-Asian states.
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Committee (meets annually) comprises Directors of national metrological institutional members. Presidential Council, consisting of President, Vice-Presidents and Head of Secretariat. Secretariat provided by the institution of the President. Technical Committee. Correspondants.
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