Details of Treaty No.206

Protocol No. 3 to the European Outline Convention on Transfrontier Co-operation between Territorial Communities or Authorities concerning Euroregional Co-operation Groupings (ECGs)
Title Protocol No. 3 to the European Outline Convention on Transfrontier Co-operation between Territorial Communities or Authorities concerning Euroregional Co-operation Groupings (ECGs)
Reference CETS No.206
Opening of the treaty Utrecht, 16/11/2009  - Treaty open for signature by the States signatory to Treaty ETS 106 and for accession by the States having acceded to Treaty ETS 106
Entry into Force 01/03/2013  - 4 Ratifications.
Summary

Protocol No. 3 to the Madrid Convention provides for the legal status, establishment and operation of “Euroregional Cooperation Groupings”. Composed of local authorities and other public bodies from the Contracting Parties, the aim of a grouping is for transfrontier and interterritorial co-operation to be put into practice for its members, within the scope of their competences and prerogatives. Under the Protocol the Council of Europe may draw up model national laws for facilitating adoption by the Contracting Parties of appropriate national legislation for enabling the “Euroregional Co-operation Groupings” to operate effectively.


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