Commission du Danube (CD)
Dunajskaja Komissija (DK)
1948-08-18 Belgrade Yugoslavia
Established 18 Aug 1948, Belgrade (Yugoslavia), by T-XT4818 - Convention Concerning the Regime of Navigation on the Danube, signed by Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Ukraine, USSR, Yugoslavia, which entered into force 11 May 1949. Austria joined, 1960; Croatia, Germany, Moldova, 1999. Since 1957, at the invitation of the Commission's Secretariat, experts of Ministry of Transport of the Federal Republic of Germany took part in the work of the Commission.
Provide and develop free navigation on the Danube for commercial vessels flying the flat of all states in accordance with interests and sovereign rights of the Member States of the Belgrade Convention; strengthen and develop economic and cultural relations of the said states among themselves and with the other countries.
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Ordinary Sessions (twice a year) always in Budapest (Hungary); Extraordinary Sessions as necessary; Working Groups.
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