FICT General Assembly of May 11, 2019

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The thirteenth General Assembly of the Forum for International Cooperation and Trade (FICT) is the thirteenth meeting of that body. It was held on 11 May 2019 in Purikali.

Agenda

Chairperson: the Secretary General, Mrs Haseena Begum (Republic of MAS).

  1. Opening and welcome
  2. Approval of the agenda
  3. FICT Games 2021
  4. Election of the Director of FSSC
  5. The admission of Kronenburg
  6. Any other business
  7. Scheduling of the next General Assembly
  8. Closing of the meeting/Closing Dinner

FICT Games 2021

Adzhatia is elected as the host country.

Election of the Director of FSSC

There are three candidates:

  • Cypriénne Vaedar (Île de Romanhe)
  • Dr. Cornwall Flores Caamaño (New Courland)
  • Nastasja Fjœrðsgarð (Yukland)

Dr. Flores Caamaño receives five votes and is elected. Vaeder receives three votes, Fjœrðsgarð two.

Participants

Full members

Possible Member State

  • Kronenburg: prime minister Hans Dankert and foreign minister Carine Ely
Council Meetings and General Assemblies of FICT
1. Council Meeting of April 4, 2012 (Dhram Ɖú) · 2. Council Meeting of June 26-28, 2012 (Ísðor) · Special General Assembly of January 19, 2013 (Purikali) · 3. General Assembly of May 4, 2013 (Ashtinok) · 4. General Assembly of May 3, 2014 (Port de Boiguehenneuc) · 5. General Assembly of May 2, 2015 (Kingsbury) · 6. General Assembly of November 7, 2015 (Porto da Mata) · 7. General Assembly of May 7, 2016 (Bizet) · 8. General Assembly of November 5, 2016 (Divis) · 9. General Assembly of May 6, 2017 (Vítgarð) · 10. General Assembly of November 19, 2017 (Amargo) · 11. General Assembly of May 12, 2018 (Louise Charlotte) · 12. General Assembly of November 11, 2018 (Oryaa) · 13. General Assembly of May 11, 2019 (Purikali) · 14. General Assembly of November 10, 2019 (Kercei) · 15. General Assembly of May 3, 2020 (virtual meeting) · 16. General Assembly of November 8, 2020 (Port de Boiguehenneuc) · 17. General Assembly of May 8, 2021 · 18. General Assembly of November, 2021 (Borgin)