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) All the agendas/ minutes/ notes/ documents/ presentations/ videos (and any other information) produced and exchanged in the meeting between Jon Nyman, Cabinet member of Cecilia Malmströmand, and CIDSE (International Alliance of Catholic development agencies), on the 20/06/2017.
2) A list of all the people present at the meeting and their roles.
3) All the correspondence (including phone calls, emails, letters) between any member of the Cabinet and CISDE from 2015.
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Dear Ms Marti,
We refer to your access to documents requested, registered on 27/02/2019
under the above mentioned reference number.
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