Dear Climate Action,
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:
All documentation, including but not limited to attendance lists, agendas, background papers, minutes/notes and email correspondence about or summarising, the following:
1. Meeting titled “Competition and the Green Deal” the representatives of CEFIC and Europe Fit for Digital Age Executive Vice President, Margrethe Vestager on 13/01/2021.
2. Meeting titles “European Green Deal and the implementation of the EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability” between representatives of CEFIC and European Green Deal representatives Antoine Colombani and Helena Braun, cabinet members of Frans Timmermans on the 10/11/2020.
3. Meeting titled “Chemicals Strategy and chemical recycling” between CEFIC representatives and European Green Deal representatives, Helena Brun, Cabinet member of Frans Timmermans on the 30/10/2020.
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Dear Mrs. Millet,
I refer to your e-mail dated 01/12/2021, in which you make a request for
access to documents. You application was registered on 01/12/2021 under
the above mentioned reference number.
Your application is currently being handled. However, we are unfortunately
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European Commission . Therefore, we are extending the time limit with 15
working days in accordance with Article 7(3) of Regulation (EC) No
1049/2001 regarding public access to documents. The new time limit expires
We apologise for this delay and for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Dear Ms Milet,
I refer to your request dated 01/12/2021, registered on 06/12/2021, in
which you make a request for access to documents under the above mentioned
reference number. Your application is currently being handled. However, we
will not be in a position to complete the handling of your application
within the time limit of 15 working days, which expired on 05/01/2022.
An extended time limit is needed as the handling of your application could
not yet be completed at this stage. Therefore, we have to extend the time
limit with 15 working days in accordance with Article 7(3) of Regulation
(EC) No 1049/2001 regarding public access to documents. The new time limit
expires on 26/01/2022.
I apologise for any inconvenience this delay may cause.
Dear Ms Milet,
We refer to your e-mail dated 01/12/2021 in which you make a request for
access to documents, registered on 06/12/2021 under the above mentioned
Please find attached the reply to your request for access to documents.
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sent to you by registered post. Please note, however, that due to the
extraordinary health and security measures currently in force during to
the COVID-19 epidemics, which include the requirement for all Commission
non-critical staff to telework, we are unfortunately not in a position to
follow this procedure until further notice.
We would therefore appreciate if you could confirm receipt of the present
e-mail by replying to [email address]
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