Co-operation Group to Combat Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking in Drugs (Pompidou Group)
Groupe de coopération en matière de lutte contre l'abus et le trafic illicite des stupéfiants (Groupe Pompidou)
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1971, following a proposal made by French President Georges Pompidou, to combat both drug abuse and illicit trafficking. Became a Cooperation Group under the aegis of D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE) in 1980, pursuant to Resolution (80) 2 of E-XE8838 - Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe.
Contribute to the development of multidisciplinary, innovative, effective and evidence-based drug policies in Member States.
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Ministerial Conference (every 4 years); Permanent Correspondents; Bureau of Permanent Correspondents; Ad hoc expert groups. Secretariat. Meets at ministerial level every 3-4 years, but circumstances and urgency may justify additional special meetings. Permanent Correspondents, appointed for each state, meet about every 6 months between ministerial meetings.
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