Dear Trade,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:
1) A list of meetings since May 2016 between DG TRADE officials and/or representatives (including the Commissioner and the Cabinet) and representatives of companies; representatives of business associations or other organisations (including law firms) representing the interests of companies; in which the EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement was discussed.

2) The minutes and other reports of these meetings

3) All correspondence (including emails, letters, phone conversations, memos) since May 2016 between DG TRADE officials and/or representatives (including the Commissioner and the Cabinet) and representatives of companies; representatives of business associations or other organisations (including law firms) representing the interests of companies; in which the EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement was discussed.

Yours faithfully,

Mute Schimpf

on behalf of Friends of the Earth Europe
26 rue d'Edimbourg
1050 Brussels

Yours faithfully,

Mute Schimpf

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Dear Mute Schimpf,
 
Thank you for your e-mail dated 16 December 2019. We hereby acknowledge
receipt of your application for access to documents, which was registered
today under reference number GestDem 201Y/7281.
 
In accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 regarding public access to
European Parliament, Council and Commission documents, your application
will be handled within 15 working days. The time limit will expire on 17
January 2020. In case this time limit needs to be extended, you will be
informed in due course.
 
You have lodged your application via the AsktheEU.org website. Please note
that this is a private third-party website which has no link with any
institution of the European Union. Therefore, the European Commission
cannot be held accountable for any technical issues or problems linked to
the use of this system. Please note that the private third party running
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For further information on your rights, please refer to the third party’s
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Commission will send all future electronic correspondence addressed to you
only to that private address.
Yours sincerely,
Access to Documents Team
European Commission
DG TRADE
 
 

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Dear Sir,
 
We refer to your access to documents request registered under the
above-mentioned reference number. Your application concerns a large number
of documents, which need to be assessed individually. Such a detailed
analysis cannot be carried out within the normal time limits set out in
Article 7 of Regulation 1049/2001. The Regulation provides for a
possibility to confer with applicants in order to find a fair solution
when an application relates to a large number of documents. Such a
solution can only concern the content or the number of documents applied
for. This means that the scope of the request must be reduced in a way
that would enable its treatment within the extended deadline of 15 + 15
working days.
As you may have noticed, on the Ask-the-EU platform several access to
documents requests on the subject of the Mercosur negotiations, including
replies, have already been published (
[1]https://www.asktheeu.org/en/search/merco... ). We would kindly ask
you to indicate in which specific aspects you are interested in. You may
specify the objective of your request or the type of documents, and/or
limit the timeframe covered.
 
In order to enable us to respect the time-limits of Regulation 1049/2001,
we would ask you for a swift reply to our invitation to propose a fair
solution, within five working days. In the absence of a reply within five
working days, we will unilaterally restrict the scope of your application
to those parts that can be dealt with within the extended deadline of 30
working days.
Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Yours sincerely,
Access to Documents Team
European Commission
DG TRADE
 

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Dear Sir,
 
According to our information, you have not responded to our email dated 8
January to reduce the scope of your request.
 
Therefore, we will unilaterally reduce the scope of your request to the
most relevant documents in our files, that fall within the scope of your
request.
 
We also have extended the deadline. The new deadline expires on 7 February
2010.
Yours sincerely,
Access to Documents Team
European Commission
DG TRADE
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From: TRADE ACCES DOCUMENTS <[DG TRADE request email]>
Sent: Wednesday, January 8, 2020 10:22 AM
To: '[FOI #7517 email]'
<[FOI #7517 email]>
Cc: TRADE ACCES DOCUMENTS <[DG TRADE request email]>
Subject: GestDem 2019/7281 access to documents request - Meetings about
EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement
 
 
Dear Sir,
 
We refer to your access to documents request registered under the
above-mentioned reference number. Your application concerns a large number
of documents, which need to be assessed individually. Such a detailed
analysis cannot be carried out within the normal time limits set out in
Article 7 of Regulation 1049/2001. The Regulation provides for a
possibility to confer with applicants in order to find a fair solution
when an application relates to a large number of documents. Such a
solution can only concern the content or the number of documents applied
for. This means that the scope of the request must be reduced in a way
that would enable its treatment within the extended deadline of 15 + 15
working days.
As you may have noticed, on the Ask-the-EU platform several access to
documents requests on the subject of the Mercosur negotiations, including
replies, have already been published (
[1]https://www.asktheeu.org/en/search/merco... ). We would kindly ask
you to indicate in which specific aspects you are interested in. You may
specify the objective of your request or the type of documents, and/or
limit the timeframe covered.
 
In order to enable us to respect the time-limits of Regulation 1049/2001,
we would ask you for a swift reply to our invitation to propose a fair
solution, within five working days. In the absence of a reply within five
working days, we will unilaterally restrict the scope of your application
to those parts that can be dealt with within the extended deadline of 30
working days.
Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Yours sincerely,
Access to Documents Team
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European Commission
DG TRADE
 

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Please find attached document Ares(2020)1185577 from WEYAND Sabine (TRADE) dated 25/02/2020.

Veuillez trouver ci-joint le document Ares(2020)1185577 de WEYAND Sabine (TRADE) daté du 25/02/2020.