06 Jul The Garden of Peace invited to Amman
The International Olive Council (https://www.internationaloliveoil. org) invited the association The Garden of Peace in Amman to show to all IOC member countries and to the entire olive sector its project and the activities it wants to develop in the international ambit.
The International Olive Council (https://www.internationaloliveoil.org), on the occasion of its 115th meeting to be held in Amman, Jordan, from 5 to 11 June, invited the association The Garden of Peace to show, to all IOC member countries (Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Egypt, European Union, Georgia, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Montenegro, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Uzbekistan) and to the entire olive sector represented by the Advisory Committee as well as to observer countries that are not members of the IOC, its project and the activities it wants to develop in the international ambit. The 58th meeting of the Advisory Committee will actually take place on 7 June and will precede the work of the 115th session of the IOC Council of Members by one day.
In addition to the IOC Member countries, many delegates from countries and intergovernmental organisations will attend the meeting as observers. Among them, interventions are expected from Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Brazil, Chile, China, India, Iraq, Japan, Mauritania, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sudan, the United States, the League of Arab States, CIHEAM (International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies), FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation) and AOAD (Arab Organisation for Agricultural Development).