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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
Ø VISION
Ø MISSION
Ø MEMBER STATES
Ø ANNEXES
Ø DESIGN GUIDELINES
Ø CONDITIONS TO BE FULFILLED BY AIRCRAFT
Ø SUMMARY
Ø QUESTION AND ANSWER
The Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention), was signed on 7 December 1944 by 52 States.ICAO came into being on 4 April 1947. Certificate of Authenticity on 13 April 1948.Headquarters- Montreal, Canada.President -Dr. Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu from Nigeria (18 November 2013 to present) Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu from China (2013 to presentTo promote the safety and efficient development of civil aviation The tremendous development of aviation during World War II demonstrated the need for an international organization to assist and regulate international flight for peaceful.Achieve the sustainable growth of the global civil aviation system.To serve as the global forum of States for international civil aviation. 
ICAO develops policies and Standards, undertakes compliance audits,
performs studies and analyses, provides assistance and builds aviation 
capacity through many other activities and the cooperation of its Member
States and stakeholders. 
As of March 2016, there are 191 ICAO members , consisting of 190 of the

193 UN members (all but Dominica, Liechtenstein, and Tuvalu), plus

the Cook Islands.

The Council of ICAO is elected by the Assembly every 3 years and consists of 36

members elected in 3 categories.

The present Council was elected on 1 October 2013 at the 38th Assembly of ICAO at Montreal. The structure of the present Council is as follows:

PART I (States of chief importance in air transport)

Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russian Federation, United Kingdom and the United States. (12)

PART II (States which make the largest contribution to the provision of facilities for international civil air navigation)

Argentina, Egypt, India, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain and Venezuela. Except Norway, Portugal and Venezuela others are re elected. (15)

PART III (States ensuring geographic representation)

Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chile, Dominican Republic, Kenya, Libya, Malaysia, Nicaragua, Poland, Republic of Korea, United Arab Emirates and United Republic of Tanzania. Poland has been elected for the first time.