The seminar was organised after a request from both the Norwegian Chairmanship of the Standing Committee in the Spring, and the Liechtenstein Chairmanship this Autumn. Overall about 40 experts participated at the seminar, ensuring maximum turnout and a high level of interaction and debate. After explanatory presentations of the EU's committee system, veteran experts from the EEA EFTA States explained how they influence decisions in EU committees through well prepared interventions properly coordinated in capitals, good networking practices, and effective follow-up. The European Commission also presented its expectations of EEA EFTA experts at the Seminar.
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