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Invitation to GC Meeting in Cyprus

Tuesday, May 06 , 2003 9794

22-26 October 2003. Online registration
All UEF member organisations are invited to send delegates and accompagnying persons to the annual Governing Council Meeting, which will be held in Cyprus this year.
Along with the actual meeting taking place on October 24th, the gathering of UEF members will also consist of a seminar entitled: "Forest Recreation in Europe" and a field study tour at Troodos National Forest Park.
The invitation has already been sent by email to the member organisations urging them to register at the latest by the end of May.

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