Law Approving The Cooperation Agreement Between The Federal State, The Flemish Region, The Walloon Region And The Brussels-Capital Region For The Integration Of Aviation Activities In The Community Emission Allowance Trading Scheme

Original Language Title: Loi portant assentiment à l'accord de coopération entre l'Etat fédéral, la Région flamande, la Région wallonne et la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale relatif à l'intégration des activités aériennes dans le système communautaire d'échange de quotas d'émission

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Posted the: 2014-04-30 Numac: 2014014263 FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE mobility and transport 19 March 2014. -Law on consent to the agreement of cooperation between the federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Brussels-Capital Region for the integration of aviation activities in the scheme for trading emissions of greenhouse in accordance with Directive 2008/101 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 amending Directive 2003/87 / EC so as to include aviation activities in the community emissions trading system to greenhouse effect, concluded at Brussels, September 2, 2013 PHILIPPE, King of the Belgians, to all, present and future, hi.
The Chambers have adopted and we endorse the following: Article 1. This Act regulates a matter referred to in article 77 of the Constitution art. 2 consent is given to the cooperation agreement between the federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Region of Brussels - capital regarding the integration of aviation activities in the scheme for trading emissions of greenhouse in accordance with Directive 2008/101 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 amending Directive 2003/87 / EC so as to include aviation activities in the community emissions trading system greenhouse, concluded at Brussels, 2 September 2013, annexed to this Act.
S. 3. this Act comes into force the day of its publication in the Moniteur belge.
Promulgate this Act, order that it be under the seal of the State and published by le Moniteur.
Given in Brussels on March 19, 2014.
PHILIPPE by the King: the Prime Minister, E. DI RUPO. the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior and of equality of opportunity, Ms. J. MILQUET. the Secretary of State environmental, energy and mobility, M. WATHELET Scellé of the seal of the State: the Minister of Justice, Ms. A. TURTELBOOM cooperation agreement between the federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Brussels-Capital Region for the integration of aviation activities in the Community scheme of emissions trading of greenhouse gas greenhouse in accordance with Directive 2008/101/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 amending Directive 2003/87/EC so as to include aviation activities in the Community scheme for trading emissions of greenhouse having regard to article 39 of the Constitution;
Having regard to the Special Act of 8 August 1980 reform of the institutions, article 6, § 1, II, 1 ° and article 92bis, § 1, § 5 and § 6, inserted by the Special Act of 8 August 1988 and modified by the Special Act of 16 July 1993;
Having regard to the Act of January 12, 1989 related to the Brussels Institutions, article 42;
Having regard to the cooperation agreement of 14 November 2002, between the federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Brussels - Capital Region, relating to the preparation, execution and monitoring of a national Plan climate, as well as reporting, in the context of the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change and the Kyoto Protocol;
Having regard to the cooperation agreement of 18 June 2008 between the federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Region of Brussels - capital on the Organization and administrative management of the registry system standardised and secured by Belgium in accordance with Directive 2003/87 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and Decision No 280/2004 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council;
Having regard to the decision of the Comité de concertation on June 6, 2012;
Whereas Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance within the community and amending Directive 96/61/EC of the Council, article 19;
Whereas Directive 2008/101/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 amending directive 2003/87/EC so as to include aviation activities in the scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance;
Whereas Regulation (EU) No 920/2010 Commission on October 7, 2010, for a system of registries standardised and secured in accordance with directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and decision No 280/2004/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council;
Whereas the judgment of the Court constitutional No. 33/2011 of 2 March 2011, which establishes that the jurisdiction of the regions on the protection of air includes the power to adopt measures in order to reduce gas emissions to greenhouse in the air, and that the regions can therefore take measures designed to reduce aircraft greenhouse gas emissions , for as much as they do not exceed their territorial jurisdiction;
Considering that this judgment is also the competence of the federal State and the regions have become so embedded, subsequently, on the one hand, the need in European law there that a single responsible authority by operator of aircraft and, on the other hand, mainly trans-regional nature of emissions caused during all of their flights by aircraft that land in a region or which depart;
Whereas as a result of this observation the judgment requires the conclusion of a cooperation agreement with a view to the transposition of Directive 2008/101/EC;
Whereas it is necessary, to ensure legal certainty and the conformity of domestic law with Community law, the regions and the federal State to conclude a cooperation agreement;
Considering that, for the application of articles 6, 7, 9 and 14 of the present agreement of cooperation, the Directorate General Air Transport is recognized as a federal post office box through which passes information from the operators to the competent authority and the competent authority to air operators, in relation to airlines that have as airfield manager the holder of the licence to operate from Brussels-national airport;
Whereas that this federal postal box is based on the skills of management and operating from Brussels national airport and that it is a filter, or a means of interfering in the competencies of the Flemish Region;
The federal State, represented by the federal Government, in the person of the Prime Minister, the Minister of the Interior and equal opportunities and the Secretary of State to the environment, energy, mobility and institutional reforms;
The Flemish Region, represented by the Flemish Government, in the person of its Minister-president of the Flemish mobility and public works Minister and the Flemish Minister for the environment, Nature and Culture;
The Walloon Region, represented by the Walloon Government, in the person of its Minister-president of the Walloon Minister of the environment, the planning and mobility and the Walloon Minister for airport policy.
Region the Brussels - Capital, represented by the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, in the person of its Minister-president and the Minister of the environment;
Have agreed as follows: Chapter I - general provision Article 1. This cooperation agreement aims to organise management and administration of the tasks referred to in the directive, in the dispatchers of skills rules.
CHAPTER II. -Definitions art. 2. for the purposes of this agreement of cooperation, is meant by: 1 ° competence: the competence of the regions as regards protection of the environment, including air, such as provided by article 6 § 1, II, 1 °, of the Special Act of institutional reforms of 8 August 1980, as interpreted by the judgment of the Court constitutional No. 33/2011 March 2, 2011 , the competence of the federal for equipment authority and the operation of the airport of Brussels - National under article 6 § 1, X, 7 °, of the Special Act of institutional reforms of 8 August 1980, and the jurisdiction of the federal authority for the protection of the air against pollution and assaults in the airspace located above the Belgian marine areas;
2 ° Regulation: Regulation (EU) No 920/2010 Commission on October 7, 2010, for a system of registries standardised and secured in accordance with Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and Decision No 280/2004/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council;
3 ° directive: Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance into the community, as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 amending Directive 2003/87/EC so as to include aviation activities in the scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance; and as amended by Directive 2009/29/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 to improve and extend the Community trading system of greenhouse gas emission allowances;
4 ° commission national climate: the commission established under article 3 of the cooperation agreement of 14 November 2002 relating to the establishment, execution and monitoring of a Plan between the federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Brussels-Capital Region national climate, as well as reporting, in the context of the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change and the

Kyoto Protocol;
5 ° contracting parties: the federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Brussels-Capital Region;
6 ° quota: quota allowing to emit one tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent-terms a period specified and valid solely for the requirements of the directive, transferable in accordance with the provisions of the directive;
7 ° national greenhouse gas registry: the registry managed by the public Service federal public health, food chain safety and environment, in accordance with the royal decree of July 9, 2010.
8 ° emissions: the release into the atmosphere of greenhouse gas greenhouse from an aircraft performing an aviation activity listed in annex I of the directive, of specified gas in relation to this activity;
9 ° aircraft operator: a person who operates an aircraft at the time it performs an aviation activity listed in annex I to the directive or, where that person is not known or is not identified by the owner of the aircraft, the owner of the aircraft itself, with the Member State responsible is the Belgium in accordance with article 3 of the agreement of cooperation;
10 ° the registry administrator: who manage and maintain the national register of gases greenhouse in accordance with the cooperation agreement of 18 June 2008 on the Organization and the administrative management of the registry system standardised and secured by Belgium in accordance with the directive;
11 ° auction: the sale of allowances to aircraft operators, such as organized under the directive;
12 ° free allocation: the granting to aircraft operators on the part of quotas which must not necessarily be auction under the directive, such that organized under this agreement of cooperation;
13 ° special reserve: the special reserve for certain aircraft operators who are beginning to exercise an aviation activity after the year of monitoring of the current period, or whose aviation activities have known since a fixed increase, in accordance with the terms of this agreement of cooperation;
14 ° monitoring year: for the periods from 1 January to 31 December 2012 and 1 January 2013 to 31 December 2020, the year 2010; for subsequent periods, the calendar year ending 24 months before the beginning of each period.
15 ° period: the period for which a fixed volume of quotas to cover emissions from an aviation activity, in this case from January 1 to December 31, 2012 (first period), by January 1, 2013 to 31 December 2020 second period is allocated), and so on;
16 ° reduction of emissions or ERU unit: a unit issued pursuant to article 6 of the Kyoto Protocol and of the decisions adopted pursuant to the UNFCCC or the Kyoto Protocol;
17 ° certified emission reduction or REC: a unit issued pursuant to article 12 of the Kyoto Protocol and of the decisions adopted pursuant to the UNFCCC or the Kyoto Protocol;
18th Manager of airfield: the public or private person responsible of the aerodrome to which are assigned the greater part of aviation activities listed in annex I to the directive of the aircraft operator in the reference year. An airfield was awarded an aviation activity included in annex I to the directive when it lifts off the said aerodrome, or when it lands audit aerodrome, unless the flight parte of a Member State where the Treaty establishing the European Community applies;
19 ° year of reference: in relation to the operator of aircraft having started its operation in the Union after 1 January 2006, the first calendar year of operation; in all other cases, the calendar year commencing January 1, 2006.
20 ° competent authority: the authorities designated pursuant to article 18 of the directive, in this case the Walloon Region, the Flemish Region, the Brussels-Capital Region and the federal authority.
Chapter III scope of this agreement of cooperation arts. 3 § 1. The Belgium is the Member State responsible for an aircraft operator: has) to which it has issued an operating licence valid in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EEC) No 2407/92 of the Council of 23 July 1992 on licensing of air carriers;
(b) in all other cases, when it was in Belgium that the estimation of assigned emissions, related to the flights operated by the operator of aircraft during the reference year, is the highest.
§ 2. When during the first two years of any period, none of the assigned programming related to flights operated by an aircraft operator under the paragraph 1, b), of the present article is attributed to the Belgium, the aircraft operator is transferred to another State responsible member for the next period.
§ 3. When an aircraft operator ceases to be the responsibility of another Member State, the Belgium became the Member State responsible when it was in Belgium that the estimation of assigned emissions, related to flights operated by the operator during the first two years of the previous period, is the highest.
CHAPTER IV. -Operators of aircraft article
4 § 1. The National Commission climate loads the registry administrator to publish the list of aircraft operators which the Belgium is the responsible Member State, specifying for each operator of aircraft the competent authority and the respective airfield manager, no later than 4 weeks after the entry into force of this agreement, as well as after each update of this list.
§ 2. The respective competent authority for each operator of aircraft referred to in paragraph 1 is the region on the territory of which lies the aerodrome which is managed by the aerodrome operator of aircraft concerned Manager.
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5 § 1. The registry administrator creates a deposit account of aircraft operator for any operator of aircraft listed in accordance with article 4.
§ 2. Each aircraft operator is required to activate this account in accordance with the royal decree of July 9, 2010.
§ 3. Subject to specific provisions adopted by the federal authority for implementing this cooperation agreement, the rules relating to the management of the national registry of greenhouse gases and the conditions applicable to its users are set for aircraft operators, by the royal decree of July 9, 2010.
Chapter V. - Programme setting out measures to monitor emissions and tonne-kilometres article data 6 § 1. At least four months before the beginning of each year of monitoring, aircraft operators submit their plan for emissions monitoring and monitoring of tonne-kilometre data plan to managers of aerodrome, which shall transmit without delay to their respective competent authorities.
For the purposes of this paragraph, any communication from aircraft operators destined for their respective competent authority passes by the airfield manager. In the case of Brussels-National Airport, aerodrome Manager also sends a copy to the competent authority for the operation of Brussels-National Airport, and all communications from the respective competent authority to aircraft operators destination through the competent authority to operate from Brussels-National Airport.

§ 2. The respective competent authorities approve all plans for emissions monitoring and monitoring of tonne-kilometre data and transmit them to the Commission national climate for endorsement.
CHAPTER VI. – Requests for free allocation of allowances: declaration and verification of tonne-kilometre Section Ire database.
-Application, free allocation and issue of allowances to operators of aircraft article 7 § 1. Applications for the allocation of allowances free of charge to aircraft operators are submitted by aircraft operators at their airfield managers, who shall transmit without delay to the respective competent authorities at least 21 months before the start of the period to which the application relates.
For the purposes of this paragraph, any communication from aircraft operators destined for their respective competent authority passes by the airfield manager. In the case of Brussels-National Airport, aerodrome Manager also sends a copy to the competent authority for the operation of Brussels-National Airport, and all communications from the respective competent authority to aircraft operators destination through the competent authority to operate from Brussels-National Airport.
The competent authorities shall forward requests to the Commission national climate at least nineteen months before the start of the period to which the requests pertain.
Applications contain data for tonne-kilometres monitored, reported and verified in accordance with annexes IV and V to the directive for the aviation activities carried out by the operator of aircraft during the monitoring year.
The National Commission climate submits requests to the European Commission eighteen months before the beginning of the period to which the application relates.
Within three months of the adoption by the European Commission, a decision under article 3E,

§ 3, of the directive, each authority calculates the sum of the quotas allocated to each of the aircraft operators which are attributed to him for the period concerned and the total for each year of this period, and sent the table of allocation to the Commission national climate.

§ 2. The National Commission climate aggregates the allocation tables of the competent authorities which are managed in accordance with paragraph 1, and gives mission to the registry administrator to publish these allowance tables aggregated on the web site of the national registry of greenhouse gas emissions.
§ 3. February 28 of each year, the registry administrator allocates to each aircraft operator the number of allowances allocated to the operator for the year in question pursuant to paragraph 1.
Section II. -Application of allowances from the special reserve for certain aircraft Art. operators 8 § 1.
Is provided for a free allocation of allowances from the special reserve for aircraft operators: 1 ° that begin to exercise an aviation activity after the monitoring year for which tonne-kilometre data have been communicated;
or 2 ° whose tonne-kilometre data reflect an increase in annual higher than 18% between the monitoring year for which tonne-kilometre data submitted for a period and the second calendar year of that period;
and of which the activities referred to in paragraphs 1 ° and 2 ° are not, in part or in their entirety, in the pursuit of an aviation activity previously performed by another aircraft operator.
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2. Pursuant to paragraph 1, an aircraft operator cannot be allocated more than 1,000,000 quotas.
S. 9 § 1 aircraft operators, who are eligible to an allocation of allowances from the special reserve, in accordance with article 8, are required to submit an application to their managers of aerodrome, which shall transmit without delay to the respective competent authorities before June 30 in the third year of the period to which the application relates.
For the purposes of this paragraph, any communication from aircraft operators destined for their respective competent authority passes by the airfield manager. In the case of Brussels-National Airport, aerodrome Manager also sends a copy to the competent authority for the operation of Brussels-National Airport, and all communications from the respective competent authority to aircraft operators destination through the competent authority to operate from Brussels-National Airport.

§ 2. Requests for aircraft operators are transmitted by the respective competent authorities to the Commission national climate in no later than September 30 of the third year of the period to which it relates.
§ 3. Application: 1 ° contains data for tonne-kilometres monitored, reported and verified in accordance with annexes IV and V to the directive for the aviation activities listed in annex Ire and carried out by the aircraft operator during the second year of the period to which the application relates;
2 ° proves that the eligibility criteria referred to in article 8 are met; and 3 ° in the case of an operator of aircraft covered by article 8, § 1, 2 °, indicates: has) the rate of increase expressed in tonne-kilometres relating to the activities of this operator between the monitoring year for which tonne-kilometre data submitted for their application for initial free allowance for the period and the second calendar year of that period;
(b) the increase in absolute terms expressed in tonne-kilometres relating to the activities of that aircraft operator between the monitoring year for which tonne-kilometre data submitted for their application for initial free allowance for the period and the second calendar year of that period;
(c) the portion of the increase in absolute terms expressed in tonne-kilometres relating to the activities of that aircraft operator between the monitoring to which year the tonne-kilometre data reported for their initial for the period free allocation requested, and the second calendar year of that period which exceeds the percentage specified in article 8, § 1, 2 °.
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10 § 1. The National Commission climate shall submit to the European Commission requests received at the latest 6 months after the date limit laid down in article 9, § 1.

§ 2. Within three months of the adoption by the Commission of a decision laying down the repository in accordance with article 3F, § 5, of the directive, each competent authority calculates, the following elements and transmits it to the national climate Commission: 1 ° the allocation of allowances from the special reserve to operators of aircraft falling within its competence and whose application has been submitted to the Commission in accordance with paragraph 1. This allowance is calculated by multiplying the repository: a) in the case of an operator of aircraft covered by article 8, § 1, 1 °, by data for tonne-kilometres recorded in the application submitted to the Commission;
(b) in the case of an operator of aircraft covered by article 8, § 1, 2 °, by the portion of the increase in absolute terms expressed in tonne-kilometres exceeding the percentage specified in article 8, § 1, 2 °, recorded in the application submitted to the Commission; and (2) the allocation of allowances to each aircraft operator for each year which shall be determined by dividing the allocation to the item 1 ° by the number of full calendar years remaining for the period to which the allocation relates.
The National Commission climate aggregates allowances to aircraft operators, such as calculated in accordance with the 1 °, and gives mission to the registry administrator to publish these aggregated allocation tables on the web site of the national register of emissions of greenhouse gases Art. 11. the quotas which must not be issued free of charge are put up for auction.
CHAPTER VII. -The auction of quotas article 12. the registry administrator is designated as auctioneer.
S. 13. the present cooperation agreement prejudge in any way the distribution of the revenue from the auction.
CHAPTER VIII. -Reporting and verification of emissions s. 14 § 1. Each year starting January 1, 2012, aircraft operators send their annual statement of emissions for emissions of the previous year and the audit report to their managers of aerodrome, who shall inform without delay the respective competent authority no later than the second Thursday of the month of March.
For the purposes of this paragraph, any communication from aircraft operators destined for their respective competent authority passes by the airfield manager. In the case of Brussels-National Airport, aerodrome Manager also sends a copy to the competent authority for the operation of Brussels-National Airport, and all communications from the respective competent authority to aircraft operators destination through the competent authority to operate from Brussels-National Airport.

§ 2. The National Commission climate ensures that the competent authorities have approved statements by aircraft operators including the audit report, in accordance with the criteria laid down in annex V of the directive, and shall inform then the registry administrator with permission from the respective authorized representative by the competent authority designated by the cooperation agreement between the federal State, the Flemish Region on June 18, 2008 , the Walloon Region and the Region of Brussels - capital on the Organization and administrative management of the registry system standardised and secured by Belgium in accordance with Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and the Council and Decision No 280/2004 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.
§ 3. In accordance with the procedure laid down by the royal decree of July 9, 2010, the registry administrator shall block the transfer of any quota or CERs and ERUS from the deposit account of the aircraft operator whose statement has not been recognized as satisfactory on 31 March.
S. 15. the competent authorities shall adopt the necessary measures to ensure compliance with article 14, § 1, by aircraft operators and managers of airfields.
Chapter IX validity, refund and cancellation of allowances art. 16. allowances issued from 1 January 2013 shall be valid for emissions during periods of eight years beginning on 1 January 2013.
S. 17 § 1. No later than 30 April of each year, each aircraft operator renders an equal number of allowances the total of the previous calendar year emissions, verified in accordance with article 14, § 2, resulting from aviation activities for which it is considered to be the operator of the aircraft.
§ 2. By way of derogation from paragraph 1, an aircraft operator can submit for each period an amount of CER's and ERU instead of emission rights, and this up to a specified percentage of the number of emission than the aircraft operator must provide pursuant to paragraph 1, as published by the Commission European.
§ 3. The total emissions of the year

civil previous is the one that is checked and recognized as satisfactory by the authority and competent and referred by the Commission national climate, as communicated to the registry in accordance with article 14, § 2.
S. 18 § 1. The registry administrator shall cancel allowances surrendered in accordance with article 17, § 1.
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2. Four months after the start of each period referred to in paragraph 1, the administrator of the registry cancels quotas which are no longer valid and have not been returned and cancelled in accordance with paragraph 1.
S. 19. the administrator of the registry published on the public web site of the national registry of greenhouse gas the name of aircraft operators who are in breach of the requirement to restore enough quotas under article 17.
Chapter x. - penalties art. 20 § 1. Any operator of aircraft which, to no later than 30 April of each year, does not render a sufficient number of allowances to cover its emissions of the previous year, is required to pay a fine excess emissions. For each tonne of emitted carbon dioxide-equivalent terms for which the aircraft operator has not returned quota, the fine excess emissions is 100 EUR indexed from 2013.
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2. The National Commission climate ensures that the implementation of this penalty by the respective competent authority.
§ 3. The payment of the fine on excess emissions does not release the aircraft operator from the obligation to return a number of allowances equal to those excess emissions when the quotas corresponding to the following calendar year.
§ 4. In the case where an aircraft operator does not comply with the requirements of this agreement and its implementation measures and if other measures aimed at ensuring compliance did not compel him to, the Federal Authority may direct the National Commission climate to ask the European Commission to adopt a decision imposing a ban against the aircraft operator concerned.
§ 5. The request pursuant to paragraph 4 includes: has) by demonstrating that the aircraft operator did not comply with the obligations entrusted to it under this agreement;
(b) clarification of the coercive measures taken by the respective competent authority to ensure compliance with this agreement;
(c) a justification for the imposition of a ban at Community level; and (d) a recommendation as to the scope of an operating ban at Community level and the possible conditions that should be applied.
§ 6. The federal authority organizes consultations necessary and feasible for the adoption of a decision following a request pursuant to subsections 4 and 5, and participates in the same consultations organized by the European Commission.

§ 7. The Federal Authority directs the National Commission climate to inform the Commission of any measures taken to implement such a decision.
CHAPTER XI. -Repealing provisions and final arts. 21. the Contracting Parties undertake to share all information useful for the implementation of this agreement with the competent authorities and particularly information concerning applications submitted by aircraft operators prior to the entry into force of this agreement of cooperation, the exchange of information between the Contracting Parties and the Commission European, and any measures taken under the Directive and on the inclusion of aviation activities in the Community emission trading system from greenhouse gases.
S. 22. the competent authority for the operation of the aerodrome may delegate the aerodrome Manager tasks related to the implementation of this cooperation agreement to the competent authority in the territory of which the airfield is established, except in the special case of Brussels-National Airport, where the competent authority for the operation of the aerodrome may allow the Manager of airfield to delegate tasks related to the implementation of this cooperation agreement.
S. 23. the present cooperation agreement is concluded for an indefinite period. Each Contracting Party may denounce this agreement of cooperation with an eighteen-month notice.
S. 24. disputes that arise between the Contracting Parties concerning the interpretation or execution of the present agreement of cooperation will be settled within the Commission national climate, or in the absence of a solution, in the context of the Ministerial Conference on the environment and, where appropriate, of the Conciliation Committee extended. Failing a solution, the dispute shall be submitted to a court referred to in article 92bis, §§ 5 and 6 of the Special Act of institutional reforms of 8 August 1980.
The Court running costs are supported by each regional government in accordance with the used key on article 16bis, § 1, of the special law of 16 January 1989 on the financing of the communities and the Regions.
The proceedings before this Court is conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 23 January 1989 on the jurisdiction referred to in articles 92bis, §§ 5 and 6, and 94, § 3, of the Special Act of 8 August 1980 institutional reforms.
S. 25. the agreement will be published in the Moniteur belge by the services of the Prime Minister, at the request of the party whose legislators will have been the last to give its approval. The agreement comes into force the day of its publication in the Moniteur belge.
Established in Brussels, 2 September 2013, in as many copies as there are parties, the federal State: Prime Minister, E. DI RUPO the Federal Minister of the Interior and of equality of opportunity, Ms. J. MILQUET. the Secretary of State to the environment, energy, mobility and institutional reforms, M. WATHELET Pour the Flemish Region: the Minister - President of the Flemish Government , K. PEETERS the Flemish Minister of environment, Nature and Culture, Ms. J. SCHAUVLIEGE the Flemish Minister of mobility and public works, Ms. H. Clarke for the Walloon Region: Minister - President of the Walloon Government, R. DEMOTTE the Walloon Minister of the environment, the planning and mobility, Ph.d. HENRY the Walloon Minister of airport policy , A. ANTOINE for the Brussels - Capital Region: the Minister - President of the Government of the Region of Brussels - capital, R. VASU the Brussels Minister of environment, Ms. E. HUYTEBROECK