Bern Convention Institutions: T-PVS Bureau Meeting (1)

Strasbourg (France) - Palais de l'Europe
4 April 2014

The First meeting of the Bureau in 2014 will ensure the follow-up of the decisions taken at the 33rd Standing Committee meeting, as well as review the progress in the implementation of the annual programme of activities, including discussion of case files and complaints received and progress on the strategic development of the Convention.

Last updated on 26/05/2014



Draft agenda
Report of the meeting
Rapport de la réunion

Background documents

Report of the 33rd Standing Committee meeting- T-PVS(2013)15
Programme of Activities 2014-15 - T-PVS(2013)8

Working documents

Draft resolutions on the award and the renewal of the European Diploma of Protected Areas in 2014, 24 march 2014 - T-PVS/DE(2014)6E

Summary main conclusions of the meeting of the Select Group of Experts on Invasive Alien Species - T-PVS/Inf(2014)3E

Follow-up to the Tunis Action Plan 2020 on Illegal killing, trapping and trade of wild birds - T-PVS/Inf(2014)4E

Note on reporting arrangements between the EU and its Member States regarding exceptions made from the provisions of articles 4,5,6,7 and 8 of the Bern Convention - T-PVS/Inf(2014)5


Summary of case-files and complaints - T-PVS/Notes(2014)1

Register of Bern Convention's case-files - T-PVS/Inf(2014)2

File open: Ukraine - Proposed navigable waterway in the Bystroe Estuary (Danube delta):

File open: Cyprus - Akamas Peninsula:

File open: Greece -  Threats to marine turtles in Thines Kiparissias


File open: Turkey - Presumed degradation of nesting beaches in Fethiye and Patara SPAs:

Possible file: Turkey - threat to the Mediterranean Monk Seal (Monachus monachus):

Possible file: Poland - Possible spread of the American Mink

Stand-by: Morocco - Ecological impacts of a tourism centre in Saïdia

  • Report of the Ramsar Convention - T- PVS/Files(2014)X

Stand-by: Turkey - Sport and recreation facilities in çirali key turtle nesting beach


Stand-by: Malta - Presumed illegal killing of birds:

Stand-by: UK - Marsupella profunda threatened by a waste burn incinerator at Rostowrack Farm St Dennis:

Stand-by: Croatia - Impact of a project for the regulation of the Danube River on the river's biodiversity:

Stand-by: UK - Cutting of trees for the expansion of the railway network in Kent:

  Stand-by: "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" - Hydro power development within the territory of Mavrovo National Park:

Stand-by: France - Implantation of an asphalt plant in a flood risk area with possible threats to the Otter (Lutra lutra) and the European Mink (Mustela lutreola):

Stand-by: Presumed impact of a construction of Overhead Power Line (OHL) in an environmentally sensitive area in the Lithuanian-Polish borderland:

[Stand-by: Ukraine -  Threats to natural habitats and species in Dniester River Delta].

Other complaints: England -  Presumed risk of national extinction of badgers (Meles meles).

Other complaints: France -  Presumed abusive eradication of  the badger (Meles meles).

Other complaints: Ukraine -  Presumed destruction of birds' and bats habitats due to tourism developments in Ukrainian Natural Reserves.

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