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The Development of Interparliamentary Cooperation Among the Mediterranean Countries

The Development of Interparliamentary Cooperation Among the Mediterranean Countries

Resolution 124 on the development of interparliamentary cooperation among the Mediterranean countries. Report (Document A/1875) submitted on behalf of the Committee for Parliamentary and Public Relations by Mrs Cortajarena Iturrioz, Rapporteur (Spain, Socialist Group). Source: WEU, Paris, December 1, 2004.

    The Assembly,

  1. Welcoming the creation of the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly (EMPA) and wishing its President every success in the field of interparliamentary scrutiny, in the common interests of the Mediterranean rim countries;

  2. Aware of the need to give new impetus and support to all forms of cooperation among countries in that geographic area, which are interdependent in cultural, economic and political terms;

  3. Warmly welcoming the progress made by the Conference on Security and Cooperation in the Mediterranean (CSCM) towards reaching agreement on the statutes of a Parliamentary Assembly bringing together parliamentarians from all the Mediterranean rim countries and other countries of the region;

  4. Having the benefit of fifty years' experience of successful interparliamentary cooperation enabling parliamentarians of the European states to draw up common positions, in particular in the field of security and defence,

    I. INVITES the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly to:

  1. Give new impetus to the interparliamentary scrutiny of intergovernmental policy by providing an attentive and well-informed forum able to propose solutions to the political problems affecting the Mediterranean region;

  2. Participate in security and defence debates by regularly attending the WEU Assembly's plenary sessions as guest observers;

  3. Allow the WEU Assembly in return to participate in its own sessions, in particular when sensitive issues concerning security in the Mediterranean region are on the agenda;

  4. Maintain permanent contacts between the Secretariats of the two Assemblies in order to update dossiers and documents on subjects of mutual interest.

    II. EXPRESSES the wish

  1. To cooperate closely with the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean, as soon as it is created by the Conference on Security and Cooperation in the Mediterranean (CSCM).


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