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L'acquis CEMT 1953-2003 / Principal acts of the ECMT 1953-2003

By: European Conference of Ministers of TransportContributor(s): ECMTPublication details: Paris European Conference of Ministers of Transport, 2003; ECMT, Description: 28 sISBN: 9282103218Subject(s): France | ECMT | History | Legislation | International | 01Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI 2004.0646Location: Abstract: Further to the decision taken at the meeting of the Committee of Deputies in spring 2000 and ratified by the Council of Ministers in May 2000, all the ECMT Working Parties and the Secretariat embarked upon an in-depth review of the main documents that have been adopted by the Council of Ministers, and Resolutions in particular. This review was undertaken under the supervision of the Group on the Integration of New Member States which is at the origin of this exercise. The purpose of this exercise is to verify the relevance of those texts in the current context and to remove anything that might have become superfluous, particularly as a result of the consolidated Resolutions that replaced earlier texts. The aim is thus to pare down the Acts of the Council of Ministers to the essential and to define what constitutes the ECMT Acquis fifty years after the Conference’s inception.
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Further to the decision taken at the meeting of the Committee of Deputies in spring 2000 and ratified by the Council of Ministers in May 2000, all the ECMT Working Parties and the Secretariat embarked upon an in-depth review of the main documents that have been adopted by the Council of Ministers, and Resolutions in particular. This review was undertaken under the supervision of the Group on the Integration of New Member States which is at the origin of this exercise. The purpose of this exercise is to verify the relevance of those texts in the current context and to remove anything that might have become superfluous, particularly as a result of the consolidated Resolutions that replaced earlier texts. The aim is thus to pare down the Acts of the Council of Ministers to the essential and to define what constitutes the ECMT Acquis fifty years after the Conference’s inception.

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