Galileo Special Committee: agenda - 8 November

November 9, 2005

Brussels, 8 November 2005

Full text of Document 3860/1/05 Revision 01

Date: 8 November 2005
Time: 9.00 am Place: EUROPEAN COMMISSION, Rue de Mot 24, 3rd floor, room 47, Brussels

A first Community co-ordination meeting will take place on the spot before the negotiations on a Co-operation agreement on a civil Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) with Morocco on 8 November 2005 at 9.00 a.m. at the Commission premises, rue de Mot 24, while the negotiations will start at 10 a.m. at the residence of the Moroccan Ambassador, ave de Mercure 5, 1180 Brussels.

Transport facilities will be kindly provided by the Commission.

Representatives of the Member States are asked to attend in order to assist the Commission throughout the meeting and are invited to inform Ms Catherine Kavvada (mail to:, tel.: 02 / 295 49 02) about their participation.

Further co-ordination may be convened on the spot depending on the evolution of the negotiations.

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