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For all the documents of the SINEEA Delegation published under the 6th legislature
 
 
Antanas GUOGA Stedfortræder Gruppen Alliancen af Liberale og Demokrater for Europa Litauen Lietuvos Respublikos liberalų sąjūdis
 
Anja HAZEKAMP Stedfortræder Den Europæiske Venstrefløjs Fællesgruppe/Nordisk Grønne Venstre Nederlandene Partij voor de Dieren
 
Angelika MLINAR Stedfortræder Gruppen Alliancen af Liberale og Demokrater for Europa Østrig NEOS – Das Neue Österreich
 
Paul RÜBIG Stedfortræder Det Europæiske Folkepartis Gruppe (Kristelige Demokrater) Østrig Österreichische Volkspartei
 
Andreas SCHWAB Stedfortræder Det Europæiske Folkepartis Gruppe (Kristelige Demokrater) Tyskland Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands
 
Michaela ŠOJDROVÁ Stedfortræder Det Europæiske Folkepartis Gruppe (Kristelige Demokrater) Den Tjekkiske Republik Křesťanská a demokratická unie - Československá strana lidová
 
Olaf STUGER Stedfortræder Løsgængere Nederlandene Partij voor de Vrijheid
 
Adina-Ioana VĂLEAN Stedfortræder Det Europæiske Folkepartis Gruppe (Kristelige Demokrater) Rumænien Partidul Naţional Liberal
 
 
Presentation and competencies
 

 
The European Parliament's delegation for relations with Switzerland was established in 1981, with Iceland in 1987 and with Norway in 1982. The interparliamentary delegations meet usually once a year.
 
The EU-Iceland Joint Parliamentary Committee was established in 2010, following the opening of EU accession negotiations with Iceland in July 2010. Members of EP delegation to this JPC are drawn from the SINEEA delegation. It replaces the EU-Iceland interparliamentary delegation and, as a JPC, meets twice a year.
 
The SINEEA delegation is also responsible for the European Parliament's relations to the Nordic Council, to the Conference of Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region and to the Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference and has permanent seats in these assemblies.
 
 
The delegation is also responsible for the relations to the West Nordic Council (The Faroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland. It meets with the West Nordic Council once a year on the basis of an interparliamentary delegation.
 
The European Economic Area Joint Parliamentary Committee (EEA JPC) was established in January 1994 in order to contribute, through dialogue and debate, to a better understanding between the EU and the EFTA States and to ensure democratic control in the fields covered by the EEA Agreement. The JPC expresses its views in form of resolutions addressed to the EEA institutions, to the European Parliament and to the parliaments of Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein. The EEA JPC is composed by an equal number of members of the European Parliament and of the parliaments of Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein. Members of the Swiss Assembly participate in the meetings as observers. The JPC is meeting twice a year.

 
 
 
 
Kontakter
 
You can contact the Secretariat of the Delegations Europe by email at the following address:
D-EEA(AT)europarl.europa.eu
 
or by fax:
+32 2 284 68 30 (Brussels)
+33 3 881 79020 (Strasbourg)