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30.4.

2004 EN Official Journal of the European Union II/1039

COMMISSION
TITLE 19 — EXTERNAL RELATIONS

CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY

Appropriations 2004 Appropriations 2003 Outturn 2002


Title
Chapter
Article Heading FP
Item

Commitments Payments Commitments Payments Commitments Payments

19 03 COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY


POLICY

19 03 01 Conflict prevention and crisis management 4 7 500 000 9 000 000 7 500 000 10 000 000 5 182 563,— 4 560 000,—

19 03 02 Non-proliferation and disarmament 4 9 000 000 10 500 000 8 500 000 11 500 000 5 062 792,— 6 992 914,70

19 03 03 Conflict resolution, verification, support for


the peace process and stabilisation 4 34 500 000 33 500 000 27 000 000 26 000 000 19 670 921,— 14 740 000,—

19 03 04 Emergency measures 4 8 000 000 6 000 000 4 000 000 2 000 000 0,— 0,—

19 03 05 Preparatory and follow-up measures 4 500 000 500 000 500 000 500 000 83 379,99 36 378,84

19 03 06 European Union Special Representatives 4 3 100 000 3 100 000

Chapter 19 03 — Total 62 600 000 62 600 000 47 500 000 50 000 000 29 999 655,99 26 329 293,54
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CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY (cont’d)

19 03 01 Conflict prevention and crisis management


Figures (Differentiated appropriations)

Appropriations 2004 Appropriations 2003 Outturn 2002

Commitments Payments Commitments Payments Commitments Payments

7 500 000 9 000 000 7 500 000 10 000 000 5 182 563,— 4 560 000,—

The likely schedule of payments vis-à-vis commitments is as follows:

Payments
Commitments
2003 2004 2005 2006 Subsequent years

Pre-2003 commitments still 7 982 271 5 800 000 2 100 000 82 271
outstanding

Commitment appropriations
made available again and/or
carried over from 2002

Appropriations 2003 7 500 000 4 200 000 2 300 000 1 000 000

Appropriations 2004 7 500 000 4 600 000 2 900 000

Total 22 982 271 10 000 000 9 000 000 3 982 271

Remarks
The only action ongoing since 2001 is the monitoring mission in the Balkans (EUMM).

Operations which may be Reference Amount Expiry


renewed in 2002

Financing the budget of the Joint Action 2001/845/CFSP 6 979 000 31.12.2002
European Union Monitoring (OJ L 315, 1.12.2001, p. 1)
Mission (EUMM) in the Bal-
kans
Joint Action 2002/921/CFSP 5 182 563 31.12.2003
(OJ L 321, 26.11.2002, p. 51)

Conflict prevention and crisis management activities, by their nature, require a possibility to react to relatively unforeseeable external devel-
opments. A ‘crisis situation’ means a situation in a country outside the European Union which poses a threat to law and order and the safety
of individuals, which threatens to escalate into armed conflict or to destabilise the country or countries and which might seriously jeopardise
the common values, fundamental interests, independence and integrity of the Union, its security, the preservation of peace and international
security, the promotion of international cooperation or the development and consolidation of democracy and the rule of law, respect for
human rights and fundamental freedoms as defined in Article 11 of the Treaty on European Union. Action financed under this heading by
the common foreign and security policy (CFSP) budget must be of a civilian nature, have a limited duration and keep within the budget
allocated.
In view of the diversity and scale of these activities, a substantial capacity to respond to situations of imminent conflict or crisis is required in
the CFSP framework — notably in the area of Petersberg tasks, without military implications, or in the defence field — which justifies
keeping this article at a high level.
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CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY (cont’d)

19 03 02 Non-proliferation and disarmament


Figures (Differentiated appropriations)

Appropriations 2004 Appropriations 2003 Outturn 2002

Commitments Payments Commitments Payments Commitments Payments

9 000 000 10 500 000 8 500 000 11 500 000 5 062 792,— 6 992 914,70

The likely schedule of payments vis-à-vis commitments is as follows:

Payments
Commitments
2003 2004 2005 2006 Subsequent years

Pre-2003 commitments still 6 043 859 6 000 000 40 000 3 859


outstanding

Commitment appropriations
made available again and/or
carried over from 2002

Appropriations 2003 8 500 000 5 500 000 2 500 000 500 000

Appropriations 2004 9 000 000 7 960 000 1 040 000

Total 23 543 859 11 500 000 10 500 000 1 543 859

Remarks
This appropriation is intended to finance measures which contribute to the reduction of weapons of mass destruction (nuclear, chemical and
biological).
It is also intended to finance operations to combat the distribution of light arms and illicit arms trafficking, provided that they are not
already covered by the provisions of the Cotonou Agreements concerning similar action in the ACP States.
Various joint actions for projects to combat the spread of small arms and light weapons are currently in progress. Appropriations for joint
actions in Russia are intended to cover all the implementation costs, including those for personnel (auxiliary staff, seconded national experts)
at headquarters and in Russia.
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CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY (cont’d)

19 03 02 (cont’d)

Legal basis

Ongoing operations Reference Amount Expiry

Non-proliferation and disar- Joint Action 1999/878/CFSP 8 900 000 30.6.2003


mament in Russia (OJ L 331, 23.12.1999, p. 11)
Decision 2001/493/CFSP 6 080 000 30.6.2003
(OJ L 180, 3.7.2001, p. 2)
Decision 2002/381/CFSP 645 000 30.6.2003
(OJ L 136, 24.5.2002, p. 1)
EU contribution to combating Decision 1999/845/CFSP 200 000 22.12.2001
the destabilising accumulation (OJ L 326, 18.12.1999, p. 73)
and spread of small arms and
light weapons in Mozambique
EU contribution to combating Decision 2001/796/CFSP 1 768 200 15.11.2002
the destabilising accumulation (OJ L 301, 17.11.2001, p. 1)
and spread of small arms and
light weapons in Cambodia
Decision 2002/904/CFSP 1 568 000 15.11.2003
(OJ L 313, 16.11.2002, p. 1)
EU contribution to combating Decision 2000/803/CFSP 90 000 14.12.2001
the destabilising accumulation (OJ L 326, 22.12.2000, p. 1)
and spread of small arms and
light weapons in South Ossetia
EU contribution to combating Decision 2001/200/CFSP 345 000 14.3.2002
the destabilising accumulation (OJ L 72, 14.3.2001, p. 1)
and spread of small arms and
light weapons in South
America
EU contribution to combating Decision 2001/850/CFSP 550 000 31.12.2002
the destabilising accumulation (OJ L 318, 4.12.2001, p. 1)
and spread of small arms and
light weapons in Albania
EU contribution to the inter- Decision 2002/406/CFSP 55 000 31.12.2002
national negotiating process (OJ L 140, 30.5.2002, p. 1)
leading to the adoption of an
international code of conduct
against ballistic missile prolif-
eration (ICOC meeting in
Madrid in June 2002)
EU contribution to combating Decision 2002/842/CFSP 200 000 23.12.2003
the destabilising accumulation (OJ L 289, 26.10.2002, p. 2)
and spread of small arms and
light weapons in south-east
Europe
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CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY (cont’d)

19 03 03 Conflict resolution, verification, support for the peace process and stabilisation
Figures (Differentiated appropriations)

Appropriations 2004 Appropriations 2003 Outturn 2002

Commitments Payments Commitments Payments Commitments Payments

34 500 000 33 500 000 27 000 000 26 000 000 19 670 921,— 14 740 000,—

The likely schedule of payments vis-à-vis commitments is as follows:

Payments
Commitments
2003 2004 2005 2006 Subsequent years

Pre-2003 commitments still 15 314 135 4 730 451 1 983 684 8 600 000 (1)
outstanding

Commitment appropriations
made available again and/or
carried over from 2002

Appropriations 2003 27 000 000 21 269 549 5 700 000 30 451

Appropriations 2004 34 500 000 25 816 316 7 000 000 1 683 684

Total 76 814 135 26 000 000 33 500 000 7 030 451 1 683 684 8 600 000
1
( ) This amount will be covered by a transfer or decommitment

Remarks
This appropriation is intended to cover conflict resolution activities undertaken or supported by the European Union, notably mediation,
facilitation of dialogue or arbitration.
It is also intended to fund conflict resolution support activities in certain areas covered by the common foreign and security policy (CFSP),
including confidence-building measures, measures to support the parties in the implementation of operations necessary for conflict resolu-
tion and monitoring compliance with agreements. The activities funded may also include initiatives in the area of internal or regional
stability, including support for the executive police in tasks of monitoring, mentoring and inspecting the local police, excluding tasks
requiring armed enforcement. These activities may complement Community action in the areas of training and institutional capacity-
building.
Part of the amount is intended to allow the European Union to provide for appropriations if the EU military mission in the former Yugoslav
republic of Macedonia (Concordia) is converted into an EU police mission.
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CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY (cont’d)

19 03 03 (cont’d)

Ongoing operations Reference Amount Expiry

Support operations for the Joint Action 2001/800/CFSP 1 100 000 31.12.2002
Middle East peace process (OJ L 303, 20.11.2001, p. 5)
under the responsibility of the
EU Special Envoy for the
Middle East peace process
(Moratinos)
Second EU assistance pro- Joint Action 2000/298/CFSP 10 000 000 13.4.2003
gramme to support the Pales- (OJ L 97, 19.4.2000, p. 4)
tinian Authority in its efforts
to counter terrorist activities
emanating from the territories
under its control (Eriksson)
Support for the Stability Pact Joint Action 2001/964/CFSP 840 631 30.6.2003
in the context of the activities (OJ L 334, 11.12.2001, p. 93)
of the EU Special Representa-
tive responsible for coordina-
tion of the Stability Pact
Joint Action 2001/915/CFSP 1 420 290 31.12.2002
(OJ L 337, 20.12.2001, p. 62)
EU contribution to strengthen Joint Action 2001/568/CFSP 45 000 31.3.2002
the capacity of the Georgian (OJ L 202, 27.7.2001, p. 2)
authorities to support and
protect the OSCE observer
mission on the border
between the Republic of Geor-
gia and the Republic of Chech-
nya of the Russian Federation
Joint Action 2002/373/CFSP 100 000 18.7.2003
(OJ L 134, 22.5.002, p. 1)
EU contribution to the conflict Joint Action 2001/759/CFSP 210 000 20.10.2002
resolution process in South (OJ L 286, 30.10.2001, p. 4)
Ossetia
EU support for the establish- Joint Action 2001/801/CFSP 9 500 000 1.6.2002
ment of an interim multina- (OJ L 303, 20.11.2001, p. 7)
tional security presence in
Burundi
EU contribution to the estab- Joint Action 2002/210/CFSP 14 000 000 31.12.2005
lishment of the European (OJ L 70, 13.3.2002, p. 1)
Union Police Mission (EUPM)
in Bosnia and Herzegovina to
ensure the follow-on to the
United Nations IPTF
Decision 2002/968/CFSP 20 000 000 31.12.2005
(OJ L 335, 12.12.2002, p. 1)
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CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY (cont’d)

19 03 04 Emergency measures
Figures (Differentiated appropriations)

Appropriations 2004 Appropriations 2003 Outturn 2002

Commitments Payments Commitments Payments Commitments Payments

8 000 000 6 000 000 4 000 000 2 000 000 0,— 0,—

The likely schedule of payments vis-à-vis commitments is as follows:

Payments
Commitments
2003 2004 2005 2006 Subsequent years

Pre-2003 commitments still


outstanding

Commitment appropriations
made available again and/or
carried over from 2002

Appropriations 2003 4 000 000 2 000 000 2 000 000

Appropriations 2004 8 000 000 4 000 000 4 000 000

Total 12 000 000 2 000 000 6 000 000 4 000 000

Remarks
This appropriation is intended to cover the financing for any unforeseen measures under Articles 19 03 01, 19 03 02 and 19 03 03 decided
on in the course of the financial year which have to be implemented urgently.
This article is also intended as an element of flexibility in the CFSP budget, as described in the Interinstitutional Agreement of 6 May 1999.
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CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY (cont’d)

19 03 05 Preparatory and follow-up measures


Figures (Differentiated appropriations)

Appropriations 2004 Appropriations 2003 Outturn 2002

Commitments Payments Commitments Payments Commitments Payments

500 000 500 000 500 000 500 000 83 379,99 36 378,84

The likely schedule of payments vis-à-vis commitments is as follows:

Payments
Commitments
2003 2004 2005 2006 Subsequent years

Pre-2003 commitments still 47 001 47 001


outstanding

Commitment appropriations
made available again and/or
carried over from 2002

Appropriations 2003 500 000 452 999 47 001

Appropriations 2004 500 000 452 999 47 001

Total 1 047 001 500 000 500 000 47 001

Remarks
This appropriation is intended to finance preparatory and evaluation measures with a view to the definition of any joint actions or common
positions under the common foreign and security policy, analysis operations (ex ante evaluations of means, specific studies) and exploratory
work/preparatory work for the launching of planned joint actions (organisation of meetings or participation in meetings, reconnaissance
operations on the ground).
It also covers follow-up measures and audits of common foreign and security policy measures and the financing of any expenditure on the
regularisation of previously closed measures.
This appropriation is also intended to cover expenditure on studies, meetings of experts, information and publications directly linked to the
achievement of the objective of the measures coming under Articles 19 03 01, 19 03 02 and 19 03 03.
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CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY (cont’d)

19 03 06 European Union Special Representatives


Figures (Differentiated appropriations)

Appropriations 2004 Appropriations 2003 Outturn 2002

Commitments Payments Commitments Payments Commitments Payments

3 100 000 3 100 000

The likely schedule of payments vis-à-vis commitments is as follows:

Payments
Commitments
2003 2004 2005 2006 Subsequent years

Pre-2003 commitments still


outstanding

Commitment appropriations
made available again and/or
carried over from 2002

Appropriations 2003

Appropriations 2004 3 100 000 3 100 000

Total 3 100 000 3 100 000

Remarks
This appropriation is intended to cover all the expenditure connected with the appointment of European Union Special Representatives
(EUSR) in accordance with Article 18(5) of the Treaty on European Union.
It covers expenditure on the salaries of EUSR and on setting up their teams and/or support structures, including staff costs other than those
relating to staff seconded by Member States. It also covers the costs of any projects implemented under the direct responsibility of an EUSR.
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CHAPTER 19 03 — COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY (cont’d)

19 03 06 (cont’d)

This appropriation is also intended to finance the activities of an EU Special Envoy for Tibet.

Ongoing operations Legal reference Amount Expiry

EUSR for Afghanistan Joint Action 2003/448/CFSP 310 000 (financed in 2003 by 31.12.2003
of 16.6.2003 the Council)
(OJ L 150, 18.6.2003, p. 73)
EUSR for the former Yugoslav Joint Action 2003/446/CFSP 288 000 (financed in 2003 by 31.12.2003
Republic of Macedonia of 16.6.2003 the Council)
(OJ L 150, 18.6.2003, p. 71)
EUSR for the Great Lakes Joint Action 2003/447/CFSP 329 000 (financed in 2003 by 31.12.2003
region of 16.6.2003 the Council)
(OJ L 150, 18.6.2003, p. 72)
EUSR for the Middle East Joint Action 2003/445/CFSP 710 000 (financed in 2003 by 31.12.2003
of 16.6.2003 the Council)
(OJ L 150, 18.6.2003, p. 70)
Special Coordinator of the Joint Action 2003/449/CFSP – 160 000 (financed in 2003 31.12.2003
Stability Pact for South- of 16.6.2003 by the Council) – 743 000
Eastern Europe (OJ L 150, 18.6.2003, p. 74 (operational part financed by
and corrigendum the CFSP budget)
OJ L 158, 27.6.2003, p. 63)
EUSR for South Caucasus Joint Action 2003/496/CFSP 3 000 31.12.2003
of 7.7.2003
(OJ L 169, 8.7.2003, p. 74)