Jurists/Linguists Group: agenda (spatial information infrastructure) - 8 November

October 17, 2005

Brussels, 14 October 2005

Full text of Document 3589/05

Working party will meet on the above date in order to finalize the following text from a legal and linguistic point of view:

COMMON POSITION adopted by the Council with a view to the adoption of a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council, establishing an infrastructure for spatial information in the European Community (INSPIRE)

12064/05 ENV 396 STATIS 79 RECH 169 CODEC 718 OC 598 (10553/05 ENV 323 STATIS 71
RECH 149 CODEC 550; 11085/05 ENV 355 STATIS 73 RECH 158 CODEC 616)
Interinstitutional File 2004/01 75 (COD)

It is to be noted that at the end of "jurist/linguist" meetings all language versions are considered definitive texts. It is therefore indispensable that comments for each language be presented before, or at the latest, during the meeting.

The presence of experts is desirable.

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