Agenda of the Intermodal Questions and Networks ­ Galileo, Tuesday, 11 May 2004 (link)

May 4, 2004

Brussels, 03 May 2004

Full text of Document 1747/04


Proposal for a Council Regulation on the establishment of structures for the management of the European satellite radionavigation programme

- Finalisation of the examination of the draft text
= docs 12058/03 TRANS 207 MAR 112 AVIATION 160 RECH 131 CAB 42
9004/04 TRANS 181 MAR 70 AVIATION 103 RECH 83 CAB 26
WDoc HORIZONTAL 2004/20 and 2004/21

2. GALILEO ­ International relations.
= WDoc HORIZONTAL 2004/18
a) Proposal for a Council Decision on the signing of the Co-operation Agreement on a Civil Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) between the European Community and its Member States, and the State of Israel
- examination of the draft text
= docs 8926/04 TRANS 178 MAR 66 AVIATION 102 RECH 82 ISR 5

b) 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
- information by the Commission on the state of play


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