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The Joint Consultative Committee also called for the project to be halted.
The influence of the local authorities on the EU enlargement and cross-border cooperation were the topics debated at the 10th meeting of the Joint Consultative Committee between the Republic of Macedonia and the Committee of the Regions of the EU.
Swaraj has also invited Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali to India for next Joint Consultative Committee meeting (JCC).
Speaking at a meeting of the Turkey-EU Joint Consultative Committee in Ankara on Thursday, Turkey's EU affairs minister and chief negotiator for EU talks, Egemen Bay-yE-, complained of the stalemate in the accession bid, noting that talks on eight negotiating chapters have been suspended by the EU Commission due to the Cyprus dispute while another six chapters have been blocked due to the "spoilt" attitude of the Greek Cypriot administration.
LEFKOSA, Apr 21, 2011 (TUR) -- The chairperson of the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) said on Wednesday that a joint consultative committee would be established between Turkey and Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC).
Earlier, the Philippines Foreign Ministry hosted the third meeting of the Joint Consultative Committee between the Islamic Republic and the Southeast Asian country.
Joseph said that he had a meeting with Finance Minister, Winston Dookeran, and the Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) and disclosed the TTCA's willingness to accept bonds.
Other aspects of the agreement, which was to start from August 2, include the establishment of a joint consultative committee, which will monitor expenditure, and meet quarterly with the directors to review financial progress and business opportunities.