Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU

A permanent representative of a member state to the EU

Permanent Representatives of Member States to the EU are national officials which work on EU matters and are based in Brussels, but which would technically fall under national Freedom of Information/Access to Documents laws. The main task of Permanent Representations to the EU is to ensure national interests and policies are pursued as effectively as possible in the EU. National Freedom of Information Laws have varying time limits for answering requests. To find out more about your national law, visit Access Info's and the Centre for Law and Democracy's Global Right to Information Rating at http://www.rti-rating.org/.

6 requests
List of meetings
Follow up sent to Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU by Luisa Izuzquiza on .
Long overdue.
On 6 April 2018 I filed the following information request under the Duty to Grant Information Act: "How many meetings have employees of the Austri...
Request for documents
Request sent to Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU by Vincent Harmsen on .
Long overdue.
-All correspondence (letters, emails, etc) and minutes of meetings (or any other reports of such meetings) where the EU criteria for the identifi...
Dear enquirer, Following the link http://ec.europa.eu/finance/consultations/2015/capital-markets-union/index_en.htm, you can "View the responses" to t...
Sugar related measures - Austria
Response by Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU to kasia on .
Information not held.
Dear Madam/Sir Thank you for your email. ‎For the time being, transparency and information rules of EU Member States, including for their Permanent R...
Dear Mr Luke, Thank you for your email. ‎For the time being, transparency and information rules of EU Member States, including for their Permanent R...
Under Austrian freedom of information rules, I request a list of meetings with detailed minutes or any other reports of such meetings between memb...

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