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C 72 E/38 Official Journal of the European Communities EN 21.3.

2002

Tuesday 4 September 2001

Question 42 by Mrs Theorin: Child sex tourism


Question 43 by Mr Sacrédeus: Long-term aid to combat child sex tourism

Mr Nielson answered the questions and supplementaries by Mrs Theorin and Mr Sacrédeus.

Question 44 by Mr Papayannakis: Humanitarian aid for children

Mr Nielson answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Papayannakis.

Question 45 by Mr Posselt: Humanitarian aid in the Caucasus

Mr Nielson answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Posselt.

Question 46 by Mrs McKenna: Oil exploration in Sudan

Mr Nielson answered the question and supplementaries by Mrs McKenna, Mr Perry and Mr Sacrédeus.

Question 47 would receive a written answer.

Question 48 by Mr Newton Dunn: Prices for unmetered access to the Internet

Mr Liikanen, Member of the Commission, answered the question.

Question 49 by Mr Gallagher lapsed as its author was absent.

Question 50 by Mr Hyland lapsed as its author was absent.

Question 51 by Mr Sjöstedt: High-speed tyres in Sweden

Mr Liikanen answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Sjöstedt.

Question 52 by Mr Seppänen: Pedestrian-friendly car

Mr Liikanen answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Seppänen.

Question 53 by Mr Staes: Origin of information technology as used in Sensus and Aventinus

Mr Liikanen answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Staes.

Question 54 by Mr Titley: Defence industries

Mr Liikanen answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Titley.

The President announced that the questions which had not been answered (55 to 94) would receive
written answers.

The President closed Question Time to the Commission.

(The sitting was suspended at 20.20 and resumed at 21.00.)

IN THE CHAIR: Mr PODESTÀ


Vice-President

17. Outcome of the Bonn conference on climate change (statement with debate)

Mrs Wallström, Member of the Commission, made a statement on the outcome of the Bonn conference on
climate change.

The following spoke: Moreira Da Silva, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Hulthén, on behalf of the PSE
Group, Davies, on behalf of the ELDR Group, de Roo, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, González Álva-
rez, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, Liese, Linkohr, Corbey and Wallström.
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The President had received motions for resolutions pursuant to Rule 37(2) from the following Members:
 Fitzsimons, on behalf of the UEN Group, on the outcome of the Bonn Conference on climate change
(COP−6, Part 2)(B5-0539/2001);
 Moreira Da Silva, Grossetête, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on the outcome of the Bonn Conference
on climate change (B5-0540/2001);
 Roth-Behrendt, Hulthén, Corbey, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the outcome of the Bonn Conference
on climate change (B5-0541/2001);
 Davies, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the conference on climate change in Bonn (B5-0543/2001);
 Hautala, Lannoye, Maes, De Roo, Turmes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the outcome of the
Bonn Conference on climate change (B5-0551/2001);
 González Álvarez, Sjöstedt, Papayannakis, Fiebiger, Cossutta, Figueiredo, on behalf of the GUE/NGL
Group, on the outcome of the Bonn Conference on climate change (B5-0552/2001).

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Minutes of 6.9.2001, Item 16.

18. European Aviation Safety Agency ***I  Protection of air passengers in the
European Union (debate)

The next item was the joint debate on two reports drawn up on behalf of the Committee on Regional
Policy, Transport and Tourism:

Mr Ingo Schmitt introduced his report on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council regulation
on establishing common rules in the field of civil aviation and creating a European Aviation Safety Agency
(COM(2000) 595  C5-0663/2000  2000/0246(COD)) (A5-0279/2001);

Mr Collins introduced his report on the communication from the Commission to the European Parliament
and the Council: Protection of air passengers in the European Union (COM(2000) 365  C5-0635/2000 
2000/2299(COS)) (A5-0249/2001).

The following spoke: Stockmann, deputising for Mr Kuckelkorn, draftsman of the opinion of the BUDG
Committee, Pomés Ruiz, draftsman of the opinion of the CONT Committee, Wuermeling, draftsman of the
opinion of the JURI Committee, Savary, draftsman of the opinion of the ITRE Committee, Whitehead,
draftsman of the opinion of the ENVI Committee, Ojeda Sanz, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Wiersma,
on behalf of the PSE Group, Sanders-ten Holte, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Lucas, on behalf of the
Verts/ALE Group, Cauquil, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, Titford, on behalf of the EDD Group, Jar-
zembowski, Torres Marques, Foster, Simpson, Ripoll y Martínez de Bedoya, Mastorakis, McCarthy,
de Palacio, Vice-President of the Commission, and Foster, who put a question to the Commission which
de Palacio undertook to answer in writing.

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Minutes of 5.9.2001, Items 10 and 25.

19. System of ecopoints for heavy goods vehicles transiting through Austria ***I
(debate)

Mr Swoboda introduced his report, drawn up on behalf of the Committee on Regional Policy, Transport
and Tourism, on a Proposal for a European Parliament and Council regulation amending Protocol No 9 to
the Act of Accession of Austria, Finland and Sweden as regards the system of ecopoints for heavy goods
vehicles transiting through Austria
(COM(2000) 862  C5-0769/2000  2000/0361(COD)) (A5-0266/2001)
Draftsman (Hughes procedure): Kronberger (ENVI).