Resolution CM/Res(2008)12
concerning the financial statements of the Partial Agreement
on the Co-operation Group to combat
drug abuse and illicit trafficking in drugs (Pompidou Group)
for the year ended 31 December 2007

(Adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 22 October 2008
at the 1039th meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies)

The Committee of Ministers, under the terms of Article 16 of the Statute of the Council of Europe, and in its composition restricted to the representatives of the States members in 2007 of the Partial Agreement on the Co-operation Group to combat drug abuse and illicit trafficking in drugs (Pompidou Group),1

Having regard to Article 70 of the Financial Regulations;

Having regard to the financial statements of the Partial Agreement on the Co-operation Group to combat drug abuse and illicit trafficking in drugs (Pompidou Group) for the year ended 31 December 2007 as presented by the Secretary General;

Having regard to the opinion of the External Auditor;

Having regard to the report of the External Auditor,

Resolves as follows:

1. The financial statements of the Partial Agreement on the Co-operation Group to combat drug abuse and illicit trafficking in drugs (Pompidou Group) for the year ended 31 December 2007 (CM(2008)100, pages 157-164), presented by the Secretary General, are approved;

2. The unexpended appropriations for the financial year 2007 amounting to €165 412.63, as shown in the budgetary management accounts (CM(2008)100, pages 163-164) presented by the Secretary General, are cancelled;

3. The Secretary General is hereby discharged from financial responsibility in respect of the financial year 2007;

4. Approval is hereby given to the apportionment of the amount of €169 119.92 among the member states as indicated in the appendix to this resolution;

5. The share of the surplus of the Partial Agreement on the Co-operation Group to combat drug abuse and illicit trafficking in drugs (Pompidou Group) budget due to each state will be applied to meet any additional contributions for which states may become liable, should supplementary appropriations be granted in the 2008 budget, any part of the share that remains being considered as an advance on its contributions for 2009.

Appendix to Resolution CM/Res(2008)12

Apportionment among member states of the surplus of the Budget of the
Partial Agreement on the Co-operation Group to combat drug abuse and illicit trafficking
in drugs (Pompidou Group) for the financial year 2007

 

Scale of contributions for the financial year
2007
(Resolution Res(2006)36)
%

 

Credit balance due to member states

 

       

MEMBER STATES OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE

     
       

Austria

1.8691

 

3 161.02

Azerbaijan

0.2374

 

401.49

Belgium

2.2577

 

3 818.22

Bulgaria

0.3120

 

527.65

Croatia

0.2944

 

497.89

Cyprus

0.2000

 

338.24

Czech Republic

0.8299

 

1 403.53

Denmark

1.5262

 

2 581.11

Estonia

0.2000

 

338.24

Finland

1.1878

 

2 008.81

France

13.8826

 

23 478.24

Germany

13.8826

 

23 478.24

Greece

1.3951

 

2 359.39

Hungary

0.7854

 

1 328.27

Iceland

0.2000

 

338.24

Ireland

1.1124

 

1 881.29

Italy

13.8826

 

23 478.24

Liechtenstein

0.2000

 

338.24

Lithuania

0.2012

 

340.27

Luxembourg

0.2000

 

338.24

Malta

0.2000

 

338.24

Netherlands

3.7992

 

6 425.20

Norway

1.5893

 

2 687.82

Poland

2.3084

 

3 903.96

Portugal

1.2345

 

2 087.79

Romania

0.8994

 

1 521.06

Russian Federation

6.3261

 

10 698.70

San Marino

0.2000

 

338.24

Slovak Republic

0.3415

 

577.54

Slovenia

0.2293

 

387.79

Spain

6.6061

 

11 172.23

Sweden

2.1954

 

3 712.86

Switzerland

2.2969

 

3 884.52

Turkey

3.2349

 

5 470.86

United Kingdom

13.8826

 

23 478.24

       

TOTAL

100.0000

 

169 119.92

       
Note 1 States concerned: Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, San Marino, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.


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