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5.9.

98 EN Official Journal of the European Communities C 278/7

completion of professional education and training of at 1. declares that, by failing to adopt within the prescribed
least three years' duration. period all the laws, regulations and administrative
provisions necessary to comply with

(1) OJ C 229, 2.9.1995.
Ð Council Directive 90/220/EEC of 23 April 1990
on the deliberate release into the environment of
genetically modified organisms, and

Ð Commission Directive 94/51/EC of 7 November
1994 adapting to technical progress Council
Directive 90/219/EEC on the contained use of
JUDGMENT OF THE COURT genetically modified micro-organisms,
(Sixth Chamber)

of 9 July 1998 the Kingdom of Belgium has failed to fulfil its
obligations under Article 23 of Directive 90/220/EEC
in Case C-343/97: Commission of the European and Article 2 of Directive 94/51/EC;
Communities v. Kingdom of Belgium (1)

(Failure to fulfil obligations Ð Failure to transpose
Directives 90/220/EEC and 94/51/EC) 2. orders the Kingdom of Belgium to pay the costs.

(98/C 278/11)
(1) OJ C 357, 22.11.1997.

(Language of the case: French)

ORDER OF THE COURT
(Provisional translation; the definitive translation will be
published in the European Court Reports) (Fifth Chamber)
of 28 April 1998
in Case C-116/96 REV: Reisebüro Binder GmbH (1)
In Case C-343/97: Commission of the European
Communities (Agent: Götz zur Hausen) v. Kingdom of (Revision of a judgment Ð Preliminary ruling Ð
Belgium (Agent: Anni Snoecx) Ð Application for a Application manifestly inadmissible)
declaration that, by failing to adopt within the prescribed
(98/C 278/12)
period all the laws, regulations and administrative
provisions necessary to comply with:
(Language of the case: German)

Ð Council Directive 90/220/EEC of 23 April 1990 on the
deliberate release into the environment of genetically
(Provisional translation; the definitive translation will be
modified organisms (OJ L 117, 18.5.1990, p. 15), and
published in the European Court Reports)

Ð Commission Directive 94/51/EC of 7 November 1994 In Case C-116/96 REV: Reisebüro Binder GmbH Ð
adapting to technical progress Council Directive 90/ application for revision of the judgment of the Court of
219/EEC on the contained use of genetically modified 6 November 1997 in Case C-116/96 Reisebüro Binder v.
micro-organisms (OJ L 297, 18.11.1994, p. 29), Finanzamt Stuttgart-Körperschaften [1997] ECR I-6103 Ð
the Court (Fifth Chamber), composed of C. Gulmann,
President of the Chamber, J. C. Moitinho de Almeida,
D. A. O. Edward, J.-P. Puissochet (Rapporteur) and P.
the Kingdom of Belgium has failed to fulfil its obligations Jann, Judges; A. La Pergola, Advocate General; R. Grass,
under those Directives Ð the Court (Sixth Chamber) Registrar, made an order on 28 April 1998, the operative
composed of: H. Ragnemalm (Rapporteur) President of part of which is as follows:
the Chamber, R. Schintgen, P. J. G. Kapteyn, J. L. Murray
and K. M. Ioannou, Judges; Advocate-General: A. La
Pergola, Registrar: R. Grass, has given a judgment on 1. The application for revision is dismissed as
9 July 1998, in which it: inadmissible.