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December 18th, 2010
FIG Handover Ceremony

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The formal Handover Ceremony between the current and incoming FIG Councils and Commission chairs took place in Copenhagen 26 November 2010. At the Handover Ceremony President Stig Enemark gave the President’s Chain of Office to the incoming President CheeHai Presidents Stig Enemark and CheeHai Teo at the Handover Ceremony assisted by Robert W. Foster and Juha TalvitieTeo from Malaysia. President Teo together with his Council, new Commission chairs and other officers will now take over the responsibility of FIG. The Handover Ceremony was attended by about hundred representatives from all over the world to recognise the achievements of President Enemark and his team. The busy week included also number of meetings of the FIG Council, new Commission officers (ACCO) and with participating delegations focussing especially on the future FIG conferences. Read More