Agenda of the Intermodal Questions and Networks ­ Galileo, 5 April

April 2, 2004

Brussels, 01 Apr 2004

Full text of Document 1314/04


Proposal for a Council Regulation on the establishment of structures for the management of the European satellite radionavigation programme
- Examination of the articles in light of the work of the Foreign Relations Counsellors
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2. GALILEO ­ Negotiations with the United States of America with a view to an agreement on the promotion, prevision and use of Galileo and GPS and related applications.
- State of play concerning the finalisation process of the agreement

The Working Party will act, for this agenda item, as the GALILEO Special Committee.

Delegations are invited, if they so wish, to send their experts from the Working Party on Transatlantic Relations (COTRA) to participate in the discussion under this agenda item.


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