Coreper Agenda Entries on GMOs

November 23, 2005

Brussels, 22 Nov 2005

Full text of Document 14666/05
Suite of documents 14666/05

PROVISIONAL AGENDA
for: 2119 MEETING OF THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEE (Part 1)
date: Wednesday 23 (10:15) and Friday 25 (10:15) November 2005

MEETING ON WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2005 (10:15)

21. Proposal for a Council Decision concerning the placing on the market, in accordance with Directive 2001/18/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, of a maize product (Zea mays L., hybrid MON 863 x MON 810) genetically modified for resistance to corn rootworm and certain lepidopteran pests of maize (LA)
- Adoption
14425/05 AGRILEG 169 ENV 526
14512/05 AGRILEG 171 ENV 534

22. Preparation of the Council meeting (Environment) on 2 December 2005
1. Next steps on GMOs
- Policy debate
14268/05 ENV 521

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