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Comité International de Mauthausen (CIM)
The CIM is an association according to the Austrian Law for Associations but defines itself by its statutes as an international organization (e.g. like the International Red Cross).

In order to keep the work of the survivors alive today many young people joined the CIM, often children or grand-children of survivors. Today the CIM consists of 21 member states.

President of the CIM is Guy Dockendorf from Luxembourg, the operational duties are assumed by the Secretary General Andreas Baumgartner from Austria.

Functionaries:

President:
Guy Dockendorf (Luxembourg)

Vice-Presidents:
Jean-Louis Roussel (France)
Floriana Maris (Italy)
Jacek Tarasiewicz (Poland)
Vassili Kononenko (Russia)

Treasurer:
Monika Kokalij-Kočevar (Slovenia)
Deputy Treasurer:
Concha Diaz Berzosa (Spain)

Secretary:
Ingrid Bauz (Germany)
Deputy Secretary:
Marcus Pilarski (Germany)
Martin Michalik (Germany)

Secretary General :
Andreas Baumgartner (Austria)
Deputy Secretaries General :
Chantal Lafaurie-Gavard (France)

Delegates:

Albania:
Elena Kocaqi
Belgium:
Willy Pypen
N.N.
Bulgaria:
N.N.
Germany:
see Secretaries
France:
see Vice-Presidents and Secretaries General
Yves-Noël Hacq, Head of control commission
Greece:
Alexander Philon
Italia:
Dario Venegoni
Israel:
Daniel Channoch
Luxembourg:
Camille Mersch
Netherlands:
Mirjam Ohringer (deceased)
Marjon de Klijn
Austria:
Albert Langanke, Honorary Secretary General of the CIM
Wolfgang Bandion
Poland:
N.N.
Russia:
Alexey Konopatchenkov
Serbia:
Tamara Cirič
Vladana Lilič
Slovakia:
N.N.
Slovenia:
Dušan Stefančič, Honorary President of the CIM
Spain:
Josep San Martín Boncompte
Czech Republic:
Vlastislav Janik
N.N.
Ukraine:
Yurii Musiienko
Tetiana Pastushenko
Hungary:
György Frisch
Szabolcs Szita
USA:
Andrew Sternberg
Arnold Kaufman
Belarus:
Alexandr Balendo
Evgeniy Hrol