Nuremberg, October 2015
On October 30, 2015, IFIA Executive Committee meeting was organized in Nuremberg, Germany. The meeting was declared open by his Excellency, IFIA President. The participants were:
During the course of the meeting, it was unanimously decided by EX-CO members that IFIA’s Secretariat shall send an appeal to IFIA former president, Mr. Vedres, to clear the past financial situation of IFIA and to transfer all the money that is left in IFIA’s former account, owned by Mr. Vedres, to IFIA’s new official account.
Mr. Vedres shall also submit all the other official documents left either from his own presidency period or from Dr. Farag Moussa’s to IFIA office.
Moreover, Mr. Vedres’s intention as the leader of Association of Hungarian Inventor’s (MAFE) to resign from IFIA membership was announced during the meetings. He formally expressed his resignation in IFIA GA held in China, Kunshan on November 20 and IFIA members did not disagree on this issue. Afterwards, he sent three formal letters dated November 29, February 9 and December 15 to IFIA Secretariat declaring his resignation from IFIA.
Furthermore, Michal Szota form Poland was assigned by Mr. President as the new Director and Ms. Agnieszka Mikolajska form Poland replaced him as the new Executive Committee member.
Later in the meeting, Mr. Cenneth presented a brief report about Technology Transfer Center located in Stockholm. TTC management procedure is supposed to be prepared by IFIA Secretariat and presented in the next EXCO meeting.
Finally, Mr. Hossein Vaezi, IFIA Treasurer, presented IFIA’s financial report. It was agreed by the General Assembly that the members should pay the membership fees according to the new statutes and in due time.
IFIA financial report of 2015 will be published on IFIA’s website in January, 2016.
It was agreed to settle the venue and date of the next EX-CO meeting in IFIA virtual EX-CO meeting.
You can see the photos of Executive Committee meeting, Nuremberg 2015.