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CTIF Delegates’ Assembly decides on the main policies, actions and projects to be carried out by CTIF, and is responsible for electing the members of the Executive Committee every four years (President, General Secretary, Treasurer and Vice-Presidents). The Assembly is organised once a year by one of the CTIF member nations, usually in September.
Once per year, all members are invited to participate in Delegates´Assembly. This is the large Democratic Body of CTIF. Every four years, key positions are nominated and the members vote for their chosen candidate. The President and his or her Board of Directors are often re-elected for up to two four-year terms.
CTIF is the ‘International Association of Fire and Rescue Services’ and has as its main goal to support and stimulate the cooperation between the fire departments and other emergency services from all over the world. This organisation was created in 1900 and currently has 39 members, most of them in Europe, but also other countries like Japan, South Korea, The United Arab Emirates and the United States of America are members.