EEA Joint Parliamentary Committee (EEA JPC)
Comité parlement mixte de l'EEE
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2 May 1992, Porto (Portugal), by Article 95 of the Agreement on European Economic Area (EEA). Title also written European Economic Area Joint Parliamentary Committee. Constituent meeting 22-24 Jan 1994, Brussels (Belgium).
Ensure parliamentary cooperation, providing a link between parliamentarians in the EEA and a forum where they can discuss EEA matters; contribute, through dialogue and debate, to a better understanding between EU and EFTA states in fields covered by the EEA Agreement.Available with paid subscription only.
Draws up recommendations and opinions to EEA Joint Committee. Serves as a link between national EFTA parliaments and the European Parliament.
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