Approving The Additional Protocol To The Treaty On The Status Of The Eurofor, Signed In Lisbon On July 12 2005

Original Language Title: Aprova o Protocolo Adicional ao Tratado sobre o Estatuto da EUROFOR, assinado em Lisboa, em 12 de Julho de 2005

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PRESIDENCY of the COUNCIL of MINISTERS resolution No. 119/X Whereas the Joint Declaration of the Ministers for Foreign Affairs and of defence of Spain, France, Italy and Portugal on the EUROMARFOR, adopted on 15 May 1995, in Lisbon, having regard to the Treaty on the status of the EUROFOR, signed in Rome, on 5 July 2000; Whereas this additional protocol granting the staff assigned by the parties to the EUROMARFOR permanent cell the same status as the assigned to the staff of the EUROFOR and appearing in the Treaty on the legal status of the EUROFOR, whereas with the definition of the status of personnel assigned by the parties to the EUROMARFOR permanent cell will allow this force to accomplish their goals and fulfill their missions; Aware of EUROMARFOR's contribution to the development of the European security and defence identity and the strengthening of European security and Defence Policy, as well: in accordance with d) of paragraph 1 of article 197 of the Constitution, the Government presents to the Assembly of the Republic the following resolution: PRESIDENCY of the COUNCIL of MINISTERS to approve the additional protocol to the Treaty on the status of the EUROFOR , signed at Lisbon, on 12 July 2005, as well as the associated declarations, whose text, authenticated versions in Portuguese, French, Italian and Spanish, if published in the annex.

Seen and approved by the Council of Ministers of 30 December 2008 the Prime Minister of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Minister Presidency