Of The Baltic Council Of Ministers And The Committee Of Senior Officials The Special Task Group Rules

Original Language Title: Par Baltijas Ministru padomes Vecāko amatpersonu komiteju un īpašu uzdevumu grupu nolikumu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 1004, Riga 2004 December 7 (pr. 3. § 70) on the Baltic Council of Ministers and the Committee of senior officials the special task group rules Issued in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 law equipment of the first paragraph of article 3, paragraph 1., the Baltic Council of Ministers and the Committee of senior officials the special task group rules (hereinafter rules) project with these terms are accepted and approved. 2. the Regulation is adopted in the form of an exchange of letters. 3. the Charter shall enter into force at a specified time. Prime Minister a. Halloween Foreign Minister a. PABRIKS project is accepted and approved by the Cabinet of Ministers on 7 December 2004 the Regulation No. 1004 of the Baltic Council of Ministers and the Committee of senior officials the special task group Charter article 1 of the Committee of senior officials is the Baltic Council of Ministers within the Department for cooperation workers in specific sectors. A special task group (Task Force) is within the Baltic Council of Ministers working in the departments established specific tasks in areas not covered by the Committee of senior officials. The Committee of senior officials and the special task force shall operate in the Baltic Council of Ministers Regulation, adopted 13 June 1994 and subsequently amended, as well as this Statute. Article 2 of the Committee of senior officials and the special task group consists of one senior official in each country and sufficient expertise. At the Committee of senior officials may be set up under the subcommittees or working groups (working group). Article 3 of the Committee of senior officials and the special task group led by the Baltic Council of Ministers Presidency representative. Article 4 the meeting is convened by the Prime Minister, the Council of the cooperation Council or other ministerial order or any of the Committee of senior officials or special task groups at the request of senior officials. Article 5 of the Committee of senior officials within the scope of their cooperation: 5.1. submit proposals for priorities in cooperation between the Baltic States and Baltic Council of Ministers for the annual work plan; 5.2. the Prime Minister shall submit proposals to the Council and the meetings of the cooperation Council agenda; 5.3. prepare proposals on cooperation agreements between Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania; 5.4. implementation of the Prime Minister and the Council of the cooperation Council decisions and perform such other duties as the Committee of senior officials of the Council, the Prime Minister asked the cooperation Council or other Ministers; 5.5. the Chairman of the cooperation Council shall prepare a report for the Baltic Assembly; 5.6. the proposals submitted to the cooperation Council on the recommendations of the Baltic Assembly, Baltic Council of Ministers. Article 6 of the Committee of senior officials will prepare its annual work plan and submit it for discussion to the cooperation Council no later than one month before the meetings of the cooperation Council. Annual work plans in the next Presidency. The Committee of senior officials will prepare a report on its work in the preceding year and shall submit it for discussion to the cooperation Council no later than one month before the meetings of the cooperation Council. The report of the Presidency at the time. Article 7 preparing proposals on Baltic cooperation priorities, as well as developing recommendations and documents on cooperation in the fields concerned, the Committee of senior officials to cooperate with the relevant committees of the Baltic Assembly. Article 8 special task groups established by the Council of the Prime Minister on its own initiative or on the recommendation of the Minister, the other with the cooperation Council. The Prime Minister, the Council raises a specific task that a special task group is to be carried out within a given period of time. The Prime Minister, the Council eliminated a special task force after the task execution. Special task groups report on the performance of the tasks of the Prime Minister and the Council. A special task group shall inform the cooperation Council and the Secretariat for their work regularly and as needed. Article 9 of the Committee of senior officials and the special task group documents and proposals shall be communicated to the Council and to the Prime Minister's Council for cooperation with the Secretariat. Article 10 of the Committee of senior officials and the special task group meetings, the agenda and draft documents prepared and distributed by the Presidency, unless it is decided otherwise. Article 11 of the Committee of senior officials and special task groups within their competence is vested with powers of decision, if they participate in the Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian authorised representatives. The Committee of senior officials and the special task group in each country has one lēmējbals. The Committee of senior officials and the special task group decisions are taken by consensus. If no agreement is reached, the issue at the request of any State to the cooperation Council. Article 12 of the Committee of senior officials and the special task group documents, as well as the minutes of meetings are recorded in the registry maintained by the Presidency. Meeting Protocol is approved, if the deadline is not received no objections. Article 13 of the Committee of senior officials on the list is given in annex 1. Article 14 amendment of this Statute may be the Prime Minister. Article 15 This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2005.   1. in the annex the Baltic Council of Ministers, the Committee of senior officials of the Committee for the protection of the environment in the Energy Committee Committee Committee Committee on Transport and communication Minister of the Baltic Council of regulations for the Committee of Senior officials and Task forces

Article 1 the Committee of Senior officials with the working bodies of the Baltic Council of Minister is within a certain area of co-operation. Task force of the working bodies of the Baltic Council of Minister has established for carrying out a specific task in the area not covered by the Committee of Senior officials. In their work the Committee of Senior officials and Task Force Act in accordanc with the terms of reference of the Baltic Council of Minister has adopted on 13 June 1994 and subsequently revised as well as with these regulations. Article 2 (A) the Committee of Senior officials or a Task Force consist of one senior official from each country and a sufficient number of experts. Within the framework of the Committee of Senior officials, or working the subcommitte pertinen groups can be formed. Article 3 the chairmanship of a Committee or Task Force is excercised by the representative of the country holding the chairmanship of the Baltic Council of Minister. Article 4 shall be convened meetings following the instructions of the Prime Minister, the Council Co-operation Council, others minister, or at the request of any senior official of the Committee of Senior officials or Task Force. Article 5 Within their area of co-operation the Committee of Senior officials shall: 5.1. submit proposals for the allocation of the Baltic co-operation and for the annual action plans of the Baltic Council of Minister; 5.2. submit proposals for the agenda of the Prime Minister ' Council and the Co-operation Council; 5.3. prepare proposals of agreements for co-operation between Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania; 5.4. implementations that the decision taken by the Prime Minister ' Council and the Co-operation Council and carry out other assignments delegated to the Committee of Senior officials by the Prime Minister ' Council, the Co-operation Council or other minister; 5.5. prepare draft for the report of the Chairman of the Co-operation Council to the Baltic Assembly; 5.6. submit proposals to the Co-operation Council on the recommendations of the Baltic Assembly to the Baltic Council of Minister; Article 6 (A) A Committee of Senior officials shall draft its annual action plan and present it to the Co-operation Council for considerations of later than one month before the Cooperation Council meeting takes place. The annual action plan is drafted by the incoming chairmanship. A Committee of Senior officials shall draft its report about its activities during the previous year and present it to the Co-operation Council for considerations of later than one month before the Cooperation Council meeting takes place. The report is drafted by the country holding the chairmanship. Article 7 the Committee of Senior officials co-operate with the relevant committees of the Baltic Assembly when preparing proposals for the allocation of co-operation in the Baltic, and preparing recommendations and documents in their areas of cooperation. Article 8 of the Task Force established by the Prime Minister on its own ' Council initiative or following a proposal of others Minister in coordination with the Cooperation Council. The Prime Minister ' of the specific task to be determin Council performed by the Task Force in the definit time frame. Task force with the dissolved by the Prime Minister Council upon completion of their ' tasks. The task force shall report on the implementation of the tasks to the Prime Minister ' Council. Task force shall notify the Cooperation Council and the secretariat about its activities on regular basis, as appropriate. Article 9 documents and proposals of the Committee of Senior officials or of the Task Force communicated to the Prime Minister ' Council and Co-operation Council through the Secretariat. Article 10 of the draft agenda and the documents concerning the meeting of the Committee of Senior officials or of the Task Force, prepared and distributed by the country holding the chairmanship, unless otherwise is agreed. Article 11 the Committee of Senior officials or Task Force within their area of responsibility shall have the power of decision when the authorised representatives from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are present. Each country has one vote in the Committee of Senior officials or Task Force. Decision of the Committee of Senior officials or Task Force shall be taken by consensus. If agreement is not reached, the matter shall be submitted to the Co-operation Council on the request of any country. Article 12 documents and minutes of the meetings of the Committee of Senior officials or Task Force shall be entered in a register by the CEAS country holding the chairmanship. The minutes shall be approved by the silent procedure. Article 13 the list of the Committee of Senior officials is presented in the Annex 1. Article 14 these regulations may be amended by the Prime Minister ' Council. Article 15 these Regulations enter into force on 1 January 2005.   Annexe 1 Baltic Council of Minister Committee of Senior Officials Committee on Defence Committee on the Energy Committee on Environment Committee on Home Affairs Committee on transport and communications