CESCI General Assembly meeting




Annual General Assembly meeting

Dear Member,

It is my pleasure to cordially invite you to the annual meeting of the General Assemblyof the Central European Service for Cross-Border Initiatives, which will be held on the 17th of May 2018 (Thursday) at 11:00 a.m.

Location: Falk1 Events Centre, Ereky István Conference Room, Falk Miksa Str. 1., 1055 Budapest.

Preliminary agenda of the meeting

1. Annual reports
1.1 CESCI annual report 2017 - public utility annex - profit and loss account - balance sheet
Invited speakers:

  • Ms Veronika Dávid, member of CESCI, coordinator of study tour in Basque county
  • Mr José Osete, director of the Association of French-Hungarian Initiatives in Hungary
  • Mr Péter Kiss-Parciu, deputy state secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Mrs Julianna Orbán Máté, director of the Via Carpathia EGTC
  • Mr János Pacsai, greek catholic dean, coordinator of the Beautiful Cserehát program
  • dr Pál Völner, parliamentary state secretary, Ministry of Justice

1.2 Board report 2017 (dr Tamás Tóth, chairman)
1.3 Supervisory Board 2017 (Mr Kálmán Nagy, chairman of Supervisory Board)

2. Reports of the organisations in cooperation with CESCI
2.1 CESCI Balkans annual report 2017 (Mr Ervin Erős, director)
2.2 CESCI Carpathia annual report 2017 (Mr Rudolf Bauer, director) - budget

3. Matters of membership and officials
3.1 Joining and quitting members
3.2 Election of new office holders (chairman and vice-chairs, 2 members of the Board)

4. Working plan and budget for the year 2018
4.1 Working plan
4.2 Budget

5. Investment policy - draft regulation

6. Other

In the case the General Assembly will not be quorate in the time announced, the meeting of the General Assembly will be convened with the same agenda at the same venue, on the 17th of May 2018 at 11:30 a.m. The reconvened General Assembly is quorate regardless of the number of members present.

Please be advised that participation is also possible by personal representation or by authorisation (template for individuals and organizations). Please note that in the case of no representation (absence), by not fulfilling your membership duties, you are dismissed of your rights related to the agenda items.

You are kindly requested to indicate the means of your presence at the General Assembly, or your absence by up to the day before the event by contacting the association via e-mail (cesci@cesci-net.eu) and in case of authorisation, please indicate that to the Chairman up to the day of the event.

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