Arab Geologists' Association (AGA)
Association de géologues arabes (AGA)
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1975-08 Baghdad Iraq
Aug 1975, Baghdad (Iraq). Also referred to in English as Association of Arab Geologists.
Promote the geological profession and raise its scientific standard in order to meet requirements of the Arab world; study geological problems and matters of common interest among Arab countries and exchange information and experts in vocational and technical fields; support geological commissions in Arab countries and assist geologists in forming such commissions where they do not yet exist; raise the standard of Arab geologists morally and materially and promote their scientific, practical and professional backgrounds.
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General Conference (every 4 years), comprising delegations of geological commissions of member countries. Supreme Council. Executive Bureau, consisting of Chairman, Secretary-General and the Supreme Council representative of the Geological Commission of the next country to take up Chairmanship.
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