Select Committee on European Union Thirty-Ninth Report


THIRTY-NINTH REPORT


16 SEPTEMBER 2003

By the Select Committee appointed to consider European Union documents and other matters relating to the European Union.

ORDERED TO REPORT

EVIDENCE BY THE ITALIAN AMBASSADOR ON THE ITALIAN PRESIDENCY

1. In recent years it has been our practice to take evidence regularly from the Ambassador of each incoming presidency country.

2. Accordingly, in this Report we make available, for the information of the House, the oral evidence given to us by His Excellency Mr Luigi Amaduzzi, Ambassador of Italy.

3. The key topics in the evidence are:

  • Biotech Products Q. 9
  • Border patrols and policing Q.17
  • Chemical Policy QQ 8,12
  • Commission Green Paper on procedural safeguards for suspects and defendants Q.14
  • Convention on the Future of Europe and the IGC Q. 3-4
  • Criminal law and procedure Q.14
  • Environmental aspects of industrial competitiveness Q.12
  • EU-Russia relations Q. 7
  • EU-US relations Q. 6
  • Fight against organised crime and drug trafficking Q.14
  • Genetically modified organisms in food Q.10
  • Harmonisation for the enforcement of sentences Q.14
  • Implementation of EU law Q. 5
  • Justice and Home Affairs Q.15
  • Middle East Peace Process Q. 8
  • Refugee status Q.16
  • WTO Cancun meeting and CAP reform decisions Q.11



 
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