Meeting between SG and ArcelorMittal
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Dear Secretariat General of the European Commission,
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 all email correspondence, attendance lists, agendas, background papers, transcripts, recordings and minutes/notes) relating to the meeting listed below:
1. Between Diederik Samsom, Cabinet member of Frans Timmermans Commissioner, and ArcelorMittal on the 8th January 2020
I would prefer you to produce the documents on a rolling basis, rather than waiting until the full response is ready, and I would be pleased to receive an initial list of all documents as soon as possible.
40 Bermondsey Street
Ares(2020)5865744 - RE: access to documents request - Meeting between
SG and ArcelorMittal -- Ref. Gestdem 2020/6385
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