EAAP Council is composed by The President, two Vice-Presidents and other eight Councillors.

The Secretary General, Two Auditors, the Alternate Auditor and the FAO Representative can also attend the Council meetings.

President Isabel Casasús
(Spain)

Vice-President Johannes Sölkner
(Austria)
Represented countries: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia

Vice-President John Carty
(Ireland)
Represented countries: Iceland, Ireland, United Kingdom

Member Olga Moreira
(Spain)
Represented countries: Spain, Portugal

Member Peter Sanftleben
(Germany)
Represented countries: Germany

Member Ilan Halachmi
(Israel)
Represented countries: Cyprus, Israel, Lebanon, Tunisia

Member Denis Kučevič
(Serbia)
Represented countries: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine

Member Stéphane Ingrand
(France)
Represented countries: Belgium, France, Luxembourg

Member Martin Heinrich Lidauer
(Finland)
Represented countries: Finland, Norway, Sweden

Member Bruno Ronchi
(Italy)
Represented countries: Albania, Italy

Member Hans Spoolder
(The Netherlands)
Represented countries: Denmark, the Netherlands

Auditor Zdravko Barac
(Croatia)

Auditor Gerry Greally
(Ireland)

Alternate Auditor Jeanne Bormann
(Luxembourg)

Secretary General
EAAP Secretariat
Andrea Rosati

FAO Representative Badi Besbes

The following are Honorary Members of the Association

  • Aimé Aumaitre (France)
  • Philippe Chemineau (France)
  • Patrick Cunningham (Ireland)
  • Jim Flanagan (Ireland)
  • Alessandro Nardone (Italy)
  • Arne Roos (Sweden)
  • Kris Sejrsen (Denmark)
  • Milan Zjalic (Croatia)

Former Presidents of EAAP were:

  • 2016/2020 M. Gauly (Germany)
  • 2012/2016 P. Chemineau (France)
  • 2008/2012 K. Sejrsen (Denmark)
  • 2004/2008 J. Flanagan (Ireland)
  • 2000/2004 A. Aumaitre (France)
  • 1996/2000 P. Solms-Lich (Germany)
  • 1990/1996 A. Nardone (Italy)
  • 1984/1990 A. Roos (Sweden)
  • 1978/1984 E.P. Cunningham (Ireland)
  • 1972/1978 J.H. Weniger (Germany)
  • 1967/1972 J.M. Rijssenbeek (The Netherlands)
  • 1961/1967 R. Trehane (United Kingdom)
  • 1949/1961 A.M. Leroy (France)