Belgium: Two new authorities have joined EuroGeographics which means the association’s membership now covers the whole of geographical Europe.
Applications for full membership from the State Authority for Geospatial Information, Albania and the State Committee on Property, the Republic of Belarus were approved at the General Assembly held in Warsaw. EuroGeographics now represents 59 organisations from 46 countries. The meeting also elected Dipl.-Ing. Wernher Hoffmann, Federal Office of Metrology and Surveying Austria; Colonel (Eng.) Gennaro Afeltra, Italian Military Geographic Institute; and Bengt Kjellson, The Swedish Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registration Authority to the EuroGeographics’ Management Board.