International Association to Save Tyre (IAST)
Association Internationale pour la Sauvegarde de Tyr (AIST)
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1980-05-06 Paris France
6 May 1980, Paris (France), following Resolution 459, adopted 19 Dec 1979, by E-XE3376 - United Nations Security Council (UNSC), put forward by Lebanese government on behalf of the "Committee of Tyre International Festival" and Resolution 4/13, adopted by B-XB3383 - UNESCO and decisions of F-XF0667 - European Parliament (EP) and the US Senate. Statutes adopted 6 May 1980, Paris; modified by General Assembly 18 Apr 1983; ratified 30 Dec 1992. Previously also referred to as International Committee for the Safeguard of Tyre -- Comité international pour la sauvegarde de Tyr.
Protect and preserve the archaeological sites of Tyre; make recommendations to national and international bodies.
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General Assembly (annual). Executive Board, comprising Honorary President, Present, Secretary General, Treasurer, Legal Counsel and Archaeological Consultant.
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