Resolution No.1 (1973): Attendance of elected IAGA officers and speakers at Assemblies

IAGA, considering the importance of the systematic and orderly development of the sciences of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, and the cost and manpower spent in organising related activities, calls to the attention of adhering bodies in participating countries the necessity of having elected and appointed IAGA officers and speakers attend the Assemblies in order to fulfill their responsibilities in the interest of efficiency and economy for all concerned. Therefore, IAGA recommends that if the adhering body finds that, for any reason, such an official of IAGA or invited speaker can not attend an Assembly, the adhering body should notify the General Secretary at least six months before the Assembly so that others can be invited or appointed to serve in order to avoid gaps in the programs and other work of the Association.

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