Composition of the COST JAF Group - Note from Prof. Fedi, President-Elect COST CSO (link)

April 19, 2004

Brussels, 16 Apr 2004

Full text of Document 261/04
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(1) According to the procedures for appointing members of JAF ( COST 304/2/03) and taking into account both the letter of the President elect dated 23/02/04 ( COST 244/04 ) and all the candidatures received, the following list is proposed for the members of the JAF Group in alphabetical order:

G. Bramsnaes (2 years),
H. Mieling (1 year),
H. Monard (3 years),
M. Sohm (2 years),
M. Zdanowski (1 year)

(2) Whatever the rules for appointing JAF members recommended by JAF and approved by the CSO will be, 2 members will have to be appointed in the CSO meeting of May-June 2005 and 2 in May-June 2006: all of them lasting 3 years. Some candidatures for the members to be appointed in May-June 2005 have already been received.

(3) The President elect will invite the members from countries holding the current and next EU Presidency to participate in the JAF meetings, following the suggestion of the Assessment Panel.

(4) The first meeting of the JAF Group (kick off meeting) has been scheduled for the 8 and 9 June in Brussels and will be convened by the EU Council General Secretariat. Should the CSO approve the proposed list of JAF members, the participants in the meeting will be: President CSO, Vice-President CSO, Vice-President elect CSO, members of JAF, members from Ireland and the Netherlands, representatives of the EU Council General Secretariat, of

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