The Negotiating Groups

The following Negotiating Groups are hereby established to negotiate the accession of the Republic of Serbia to the European Union, and to perform other activities set forth in item 9 hereof, as follows:

1) Negotiating Group on Movement of Goods
2) Negotiating Group on Movement of Workers
3) Negotiating Group on Establishment and Freedom of Services
4) Negotiating Group on Free Movement of Capital
5) Negotiating Group on Public Procurement
6)Negotiating Group on Company Law
7) Negotiating Group on Intellectual Property Rights
8) Negotiating Group on Competition
9) Negotiating Group on Financial Services
10) Negotiating Group on Information Society and the Media
11) Negotiating Group on Agriculture and Rural Development
12) Negotiating Group on Food Safety, Veterinary and Phytosanitary Issues
13) Negotiating Group on Fisheries
14) Negotiating Group on Transport
15) Negotiating Group on Energy
16) Negotiating Group on Taxation
17) Negotiating Group on Economic and Monetary Issues
18) Negotiating Group on Statistics
19) Negotiating Group on Social Policy and Employment
20) Negotiating Group on Entrepreneurship and Industrial Policy
21) Negotiating Group on Trans-European Networks
22) Negotiating Group on Regional Policy and Coordination of Structural Instruments
23) Negotiating Group on Justice and Fundamental Rights
24) Negotiating Group on Justice, Freedom and Security Issues
25) Negotiating Group on Science and Research
26) Negotiating Group on Education and Culture
27) Negotiating Group on Environment
28) Negotiating Group on Consumer Protection and Health Protection
29) Negotiating Group on the Customs Union
30) Negotiating Group on Economic External Relations
31) Negotiating Group on Foreign, Security and Defence Policy
32) Negotiating Group on Financial Control
33) Negotiating Group on Financial and Budgetary Issues
34) Negotiating Group on Institutions
35) Negotiating Group on Miscellaneous Issues

The Negotiating Group membership shall comprise the representatives of the following government authorities and organisations: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Finance; Ministry of Justice and Public Administration; Ministry of Interior; Kosovo and Metohija Office; Commissariat for Refugees and Migrations; European Integration Office; Office for Expert and Operational Activities in the Negotiation Process; Serbian Secretariat for Legislation and Cabinet of the President of Serbia.

The chairs, deputy chairs, secretaries, and deputy secretaries of the sub-groups shall be appointed by the Government in a special decision.

The Negotiating Group Chair shall be appointed by the Government among the state secretaries of a competent ministry or civil servants at respective position.

In the event it is necessary to include other authorities and organisations in the activity of the Negotiating Group, the Negotiating Group Chair may invite the representatives of such authorities and organisations to take part in the activity of such Negotiating Group.

The Negotiating Group shall perform the activities regarding:

1) participation in the screening;

2) preparation of negotiation position proposals for appropriate chapters of the negotiations on the European Union accession.

3) drawing-up, revision, and monitoring of the implementation of the National Programme for the Adoption of the Acquis;

4) division of competences for monitoring European Union regulations;

5) preparation of proposals for planning communication activities for appropriate chapters of the negotiations on the European Union accession.

The Negotiating Group shall also perform other operations regarding the process of accession of the Republic of Serbia to the European Union

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