Report of 7-8 June 2005 meeting of EU group of experts under Euratom Treaty (link)

January 24, 2006

Brussels, 23 January 2006

Meeting of 7-8 June 2005, held in Luxembourg

SUMMARY REPORT

General

This was the first meeting of the new Group of Experts (GoEs) after the new Euratom Scientific and Technical Committee (STC) had appointed the new members of the GoEs including members from the new MSs.

The Group agreed to have interpretation in EN, FR and DE.

In absence of an elected Chairman the representative from Luxembourg having the Presidency, chaired the meeting and welcomed the participants, in particular the members from the new MSs. He thanked the former Chairman for his work and support in preparing this meeting.

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DG Transport and Energy
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