International Congress of Slavists
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Forty countries worldwide are represented. Their chairs are members of the International Committee of Slavists (ICS), responsible for organizing the International Congress.
There are two parts to the Presidium.
- Full Presidium: six members from Slavic countries, and six members from non-Slavic countries.
- Reduced Presidium: current Slavic host country, immediately previous Slavic host country, one additional Slavic country, a non-Slavic country.
- 1934, Warsaw, II
- 1939, planned for Belgrade but precluded because of World War II, III
- 1958, Moscow, IV
- 1963, Sofia, V
- 1968, Prague, VI
- 1973, Warsaw, VII
- 1978, Ljubljana and Zagreb, VIII
- 1983, Kiev, IX
- 1988, Sofia, X
- 1993, Bratislava, XI
- 1998, Cracow, XII
- 2003, Ljubljana, XIII
- September 10–16, 2008, Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia, XIV
- 2013, Minsk, Belarus, XV