Procedure for Appointing Members of the JAF (Legal, Administrative and Financial) Group of COST -- European Co-operation in Science and Technology (link)

October 18, 2004

Brussels, 15 Oct 2004

Full text of Document 309/04
Suite of documents 309/04

6 October 2004

NOTE To: Delegations From COST Secretariat Subject: Procedure for appointing members of JAF1

Delegations will find attached a proposal prepared by the JAF Rapporteur for Task 8 for the procedure for appointing members of JAF, to be examined by the JAF Group at its meeting on 3-4 November 2004.

Delegations are kindly requested to send their suggested amendments to the text, if any, to the Secretariat by 22 October 2004 at the latest.

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