Meeting with Google on 26/05/2021
Alexander Fanta a fait une demande de Accès à l'information à Direction générale de l’emploi, des affaires sociales et de l’inclusion
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Dear Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion,
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 documents related to a meeting between Comissioner Schmit and Google on 26/05/2021. My request includes e-mails, meeting minutes and other documents related to the meeting.
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RE: access to documents request - Meeting with Google on 26/05/2021 ---
Ref. Gestdem 2021/3739 - Ares(2021)3760304
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