Friday, December 14, 2007

Overview of HUNAGI related tasks accomplished and to be solved

After overviewing the recent achievements, decisions have been made related to the actions scheduled in the first Quarter of 2008 including domestic (including Presidential Board Meeting, HUNAGI Forum, EKMK-HUNAGI joint actions, CASCADOSS Meeting, GIS Open Conference) and international events (e.g. Ostrava Conference, EUROGI ExCom, GSDI-10 and EUROGI General Meeting). Some urgent actions related to the administration, financing and application for NCA grant were also discussed. The meeting was hosted by Zsolt Barkóczi, President of HUNAGI at the premises of VÁTI today.


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