International Council of Independent States
|Home||The International Council of Independent States (ICIS)||Specialised Agencies:|
|Charter||was founded on 1st June 1984. It's declared objective||News - INA|
|News||is to act as a "United Nations" of the smaller countries||Postal - GPTO|
|Stamps of the ICIS||of the Fifth World. The ICIS is governed by the Charter,||Science - ICOSOC|
|Official Bulletin||adopted at the founding General Assembly and modified||Banking - IBACODE|
|Members||several times subsequently. Only countries may hold||ICIS Postal Administration|
|Apply to join||membership. The ICIS also has several specialized|
|Flags of Members||agencies entrusted with carrying out specific tasks.|
In 1988, the Council began issuing its own stamps, for use on
mail from the Headquarters. Most of such mail is sent to
member governments, and is consequently quite scarce.
The Council publishes the Official Bulletin from time to
time, and this contains matters to be discussed and voted on.
World Headquarters: P.O. Box 876, Auckland, New Zealand. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org