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UNFCCC Secretariat Publishes Compliance Committee Enforcement Branch Decision on Expert Advice on Croatia

© UNFCCC24 September 2009: The UNFCCC Secretariat has published a paper (CC-2009-1-3/Croatia/EB) outlining a decision adopted on 24 September 2009 regarding expert advice on Croatia.

The enforcement branch agreed to seek expert advice on the content and basis of the report of the expert review team (FCCC/IRR/2008/HRV) and on issues related to any decision of the enforcement branch with regard to the two indicated questions of implementation. The branch intends to receive the expert advice during its meeting to conduct a possible hearing (if so requested by the party concerned) as well as deliberate, elaborate and adopt a preliminary finding or a decision not to proceed further. This meeting is scheduled to take place on 11-12 October 2009, in Bangkok, Thailand. The enforcement branch will receive expert advice in accordance with the procedures and mechanisms relating to compliance contained in the annex to decision 27/CMP.1 and the Rules of procedure of the Compliance Committee contained in the annex to decision 4/CMP.2 as amended by decision 4/CMP.4. Both questions of implementation to be addressed relate to compliance with the modalities for the accounting of assigned amounts under Article 7, paragraph 4, of the Kyoto Protocol (decision 13/CMP.1). [The decision]