Executive members of the world's largest organization of experts in national archives will meet in Seoul in 2010 to exchange best practices in preserving state records, the government announced Monday.

The executive board meeting of the International Council of Archives (ICA) will take place from May 31 to June 4 at a national records museum in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province. The museum is operated by the National Archives of Korea (NAK).

"We will use the ICA meeting to disseminate Korea's expertise and techniques in preserving national records and promoting international cooperation among relevant experts and officials,'' Park Sang-duk, president of the NAK, said in a statement.

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