Minutes of the meetings held prior to the setting up of the League of Nations

Unidad de Cooperación Judicial de la Unión Europea no tenía la información solicitada.

Dear The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit,

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:

Minutes of the meetings held prior to the setting up of the League of Nations - namely the preliminary issues on the basis of which the League of Nations was conceived, the names of people and nations which set it up.

The same question applies to the United Nations.

Yours faithfully,

neelu

Birk, J., Unidad de Cooperación Judicial de la Unión Europea

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Jacalyn Birk
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LS-Admin-External, Unidad de Cooperación Judicial de la Unión Europea

Dear Ms. Neelu,

Thank you for your email dated 8 June 2016, which was received by Eurojust on the following day.

It may be helpful to briefly outline the role of Eurojust.

Eurojust was set up by the Council of the European Union in February 2002 to improve the fight against serious cross-border crime by facilitating the optimal co-ordination of action for investigations and prosecutions covering the territory of more than one Member State with full respect for fundamental rights and freedoms. Its mission is to assist national investigation and prosecution authorities.

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Regarding your request, we hereby inform you that Eurojust does not hold the requested documents. Should you wish to request access to any other document held by Eurojust, we would be grateful if you could please specify the document you wish to have access to.

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