Exumbran Council Regulation on the Exumbran Integration Commission (ECR.EIC)

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The Exumbran Council Regulation on the Exumbran Integration Commission (ECR.EIC) is - in its original form as the Agreement on the Exumbran Integration Commission - part of the Treaty of the Exumbran Convention and went into force with that treaty. Thereafter it became a Council Regulation, and therefore, subject to the thereto applicable procedures. ECR.EIC regulates purpose, funding, organization, and key procedures of the Exumbran Integration Commission (EIC). The main purpose of EIC is to the promotion of (cultural) exchange, cooperation, and communication between member states and their citizens, in accordance with the fourth objective, and in support of the first and second objective of the Exumbran Convention as mentioned in article 2 of its founding treaty.

See the page on the Exumbran Integration Commission (EIC) for further details.