List of "A" Items for the JHA Council of 12 October (links)

October 12, 2005

Brussels, 11 Oct 2005

Full text of Document 12970/05

LIST OF "A" ITEMS
meeting: 2683rd meeting of the COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION (Justice and Home Affairs)
date: Luxembourg, Wednesday 12 October 2005

1. Council Directive on a specific procedure for admitting third country nationals for the purposes of scientific research (LA)
10510/05 MIGR RECH 147 COMPET 143 OC 460
9288/05 MIGR 22 RECH 114 COMPET 105 + COR 1 + REV 1 (el) + REV 1 COR 1 (el) + REV 1 COR 2 (el)
approved by Coreper, Part 2, on 14.09.05

2. Council Recommendation to facilitate the admission of third country nationals to carry out scientific research in the European Community (LA)
10511/1/05 MIGR 28 RECH 148 COMPET 144 OC 461 REV 1
9290/05 MIGR 23 RECH 115 COMPET 106 + COR 1 + COR 2 + COR 3 + COR 4 (se) + REV 1 (el) + REV 1 COR 1 (el) + REV 1 COR 2 (el) + REV 1 COR 3 (el)
approved by Coreper, Part 2, on 14.09.05

3. Draft Council Conclusions on voluntary return
12806/05 MIGR 49 COMIX 626
approved by Coreper, Part 2, on 05.10.05

4. Approval of the election of President of the College of Eurojust
12095/05 EUROJUST 65
approved by Coreper, Part 2, on 21.09.05

5. Draft Council Conclusions on the third Eurojust Annual Report (calendar year 2004)
125/05 EUROJUST 68 CATS 55
approved by Coreper, Part 2, on 29.09.05

6. 2004 Annual Report of the European Crime Prevention Network
11140/05 CRIMORG 69
12506/05 CRIMORG 96
approved by Coreper, Part 2, on 29.09.05

7. Council Decision adjusting the basic salaries and allowances applicable to Europol Staff
11084/05 EUROPOL 24 OC 537
11083/05 EUROPOL 23 OC 536 + COR 1 (en)
approved by Coreper, Part 2, on 07.09.05

8. Management report on the implementation of the C.SIS installation and operation budget for 2004
12684/05 SIRIS 93 COMIX 610 OC 667
approved by Coreper, Part 2, on 05.10.05

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