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International Commission on Civil Status

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The International Commission on Civil Status, or ICCS, is an intergovernmental organization and the first organization created after World War II in order to work for European integration. Provisionally established in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on September 29 and 30, 1948, it predates both the Council of Europe (planned since 1946 but officially founded only in 1949) and the European Union. The organisation is seated in Strasbourg, France and has 9 members and 8 former members. The official language of the Commission is French.

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Belgium Cyprus  
France Lithuania  
Greece Moldova  
Luxembourg Romania  
Netherlands Russia  
Spain Slovenia  
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