Committee of Permanent Representatives to the European Union
Comité des représentants permanents de l'Union européenne (COREPER)
1958-01-25 Brussels Belgium
25 Jan 1958, Brussels (Belgium), within the framework of E-XE3068 - Council of the European Union, as part of the H-XF0662 - European Communities (EC) system, to advise in deliberations of the 'European Economic Community (EEC)' - currently H-XD0665 - European Community - and H-XD0666 - European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). Institutionalized and mandate confirmed under the 'Merger' Treaty of 8 Apr 1965, which came into force in Jul 1967. Originally referred to as Committee of Permanent Representatives to the European Communities -- Comité des représentants permanents auprès des Communautés européennes, COREPER became an institution of F-XF2147 - European Union (EU) under the T-XT9113 - Treaty on European Union (Maastricht Treaty), signed 7 Feb 1992.
Prepare the work of the Council and carry out Council's instructions.
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Comprises one permanent representative and one deputy permanent representative for each member state of the European Union, these meeting as Part 1 - Coreper I (Deputy Permanent Representatives) and Part 2 - Coreper II (Ambassadors) of COREPER in order to cover the work entrusted to it. Coreper I and II meet every week. Work is prepared by Antici Group (for Coreper II) and Mertens Group (for Coreper I).
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