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THE PERMANENT COMMITTEE

Art. 8 - of the framework convention

The Permanent Committee (Regulation*) is the executive body of the Alpine
Conference. It consists of the delegates of the Alpine countries. The
Permanent Committee ensures that the Convention’s ideas, principles and
aims are out into practice. The Permanent Committee meets generally twice a
year.

What does the Permanent Committee do?

  • It analyses the information submitted by the Member States in
    implementing the Convention and reports to the Alpine Conference.
  • It prepares programmes for meetings of the Alpine Conference and
    proposes the agenda.
  • It sets up Working Groups that have to formulate Protocols and
    recommendations and it coordinates their activities.
  • It examines and harmonizes the contents of draft Protocols and makes
    proposals to the Alpine Conference.

Meetings of the Permanent Committee
 

President of the Permanent Committee

Ewald Galle
Bundesministerium für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft
Abt. I/9
Stubenbastei 5
A-1010 Wien
Tel.: +43 1 71100 611617
ewald.galle@bmlfuw.gv.at  
  
 

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