The delegation to Poland was composed of Stéphane Buffetaut (France, Employers Group), Adam Rogalewski (Poland, Workers Group) and Karolina Dreszer-Smalec (Poland, Various Interests Group), supported by Barbara Walentynowicz, EESC secretariat.
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The delegation to Slovenia was composed of Madi Sharma (United Kingdom, Employers' Group), Andrej Zorko (Slovenia, Workers' Group) and Primož Šporar (Slovenia, Various interests Group), supported by June Bedaton from the EESC secretariat.
The delegation to Sweden was composed of Karin Ekenger (Sweden, Employers Group), Anica Milićević-Pezelj (Croatia, Workers Group) and Ulrika Westerlund (Sweden, Various interests Group) on 16/12 in Stockholm, and Oskar Wallner (Sweden, Various interests Group) on 17/12 in Malmö. The delegation was supported by Annemarie Wiersma, EESC secretariat.
The delegation to Austria was composed of Christa Schweng (Austria, Employers Group), Hans-Joachim Wilms (Germany, Workers Group) and Alfred Gajdosik (Austria, Various interests Group), supported by Judite Berkemeier, EESC secretariat.
This paper summarizes stakeholder's responses to the Commission's Green Paper on the right to family reunification of third-country nationals1 under Directive 2003/862.