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Document 31996Y0919(12)

Circulation and confidentiality of joint reports on the situation in certain third countries (Text adopted by the Council on 20 June 1994)

OJ C 274, 19.9.1996, p. 43–43 (ES, DA, DE, EL, EN, FR, IT, NL, PT, FI, SV)

31996Y0919(12)

Circulation and confidentiality of joint reports on the situation in certain third countries (Text adopted by the Council on 20 June 1994)

Official Journal C 274 , 19/09/1996 P. 0043 - 0043


ANNEX III.4

Circulation and confidentiality of joint reports on the situation in certain third countries (Text adopted by the Council on 20 June 1994)

- The joint reports, possibly accompanied by an internal note from Cirea, addressed to Steering Group I (Asylum/Immigration) and containing its observations, will be sent to the heads of delegations in that Group and they will be responsible for deciding on national circulation of joint reports within the limits laid down in the two indents below.

- The national authorities responsible for matters concerning asylum and third country nationals will be able to use the reports together with the other items of information at their disposal.

- Depending on national procedures, these reports may be made available to the parties involved in a dispute when there is an appeal against a decision by the authorities responsible for matters concerning asylum or aliens.

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