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EGU response to Science article
  • Press release
  • 9 July 2024

EGU would like to publicly refute the allegations published in an article in Science news online on 2 July 2024, regarding the dismissal of the Union’s former President and the purported events that occurred during the 2024 General Assembly. We will therefore provide further clarification on the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of former president Irina Artemieva and the measures undertaken to preserve the integrity and ethical standards of our organisation.

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