Coreper Agenda Entry on the Protection of Vertebrate Animals Used for Experimental and other Scientific Purposes

April 12, 2006

Brussels, 11 Apr 2006

Full text of Document 8328/06
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8. Proposal for a Council Decision establishing the position to be adopted on behalf of the European Community with regard to a proposal for amendment of Appendix A of the European Convention for the Protection of Vertebrate Animals Used for Experimental and other Scientific Purposes
- Adoption
7643/06 ENV 198 AGRI 102 OC 4
8160/06 ENV 219 AGRI 126 OC 3

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