Regulation of organization and activities of the Council and the Coordination Centre of the Euroregion "Dniester" is a combination of norms and regulations governing the mechanism of interaction in the framework of the Euroregion "Dniester".
The Euroregion "Dniester" represents a form of cross-border cooperation between the administrative and territorial units of Ukraine and Republic of Moldova, with the aim of social and economic development of regions, which is conducted in accordance with the national legislation of the States –Parties and norms of the international law and approved Charter.
The Council of the Euroregion is the supreme authority coordinating the collaboration within the Euroregion.
1.1. The Council of the Euroregion is formed at its meeting, after the adoption of the Charter of the Committee of the founders and the legal registration of the membership of the regions which supported the idea of its creation.
1.2. The Staff of the Council of the Euroregion is pointed in the Memorandum of Euroregion "Dniester".
1.3. In case of necessity, the members of the Council of Euroregion may delegate their powers.
1.4. The Staff of the Council of Euroregion can be changed in the following cases:
2.1. The Council of the Euroregion has the following powers:
2.2. Procedure decisions and appointment of officials of the Coordinating Center of the Euroregion are adopted by the two-thirds (2/3) of the votes of all the members. All other decisions of the Council of the Euroregion are adopted by the consensus, where the parties, which do not want to participate in the implementation of particular decisions, have the right to abstain from voting, indicating the reasons.
3.1. Meetings of the Council are called in case of necessity, but at least twice a year on a rotational basis. On the initiative of the Head of the Council or one of the Parties, the extraordinary meetings may be called. Guests, the representatives of the governments, non-governmental organizations, and experts from various fields can participate in meetings
All expenses, related to the meetings are beard by the organizers or the Coordinating Center.
3.2. The meeting of the Council of the Euroregion is valid, if there is a presence at least of two thirds of the members of the Council of the Euroregion.
3.3. Calling of the Council of the Euroregion is carried out by the initiative of the Head or one of the Parties of the Council, not later than 15 calendar days before the meeting.
3.4. Calling of the Council of the Euroregion is realized in a written form.
3.5. During the calling of the Council of the Euroregion the agenda the documents that will be considered are provided.
3.6. The Head of the Council of the Euroregion leads the meeting and in the case of his absence – the Vice-Head.
3.7. The Head of the Euroregion (hereafter the Head) is elected from the representatives of the Parties at the first meeting of the Council for a term of two years.
The Head of the of the Euroregion has the following main functions:
3.8. The Council of the Euroregion at its first meeting elects the Vice-Head from among its members, who is a representative of the other Party, recommended by the Head of the Euroregion.
3.9. The Vice-Head performs the functions according to the separation of powers, which are approved by the Head of the Euroregion.
3.10. During the meeting of the Council of the Euroregion, the Coordinating Center performs the following functions:
3.11. The course of the meeting is fixed in the Protocol and signed by the Head.
3.12. Informing the members of the Council and the executors on adopted decisions is carried out by the Director of the Coordinating Center.
3.13. The Council of the Euroregion makes a decision on opening of the meeting, as well as the form and range of materials for discussion.
3.14. The decisions of the Council of the Euroregion enter into force after approval and registration.
1.1. Coordinating Center (Regional Center for Cross-border Cooperation Euroregion "Dniester") Euroregion "Dniester" is a permanent executing body with the right of legal entity, which consists of officials who are appointed by the Director of the Coordinating Center. Officials of the Coordinating Center Branch Office in Soroka (Moldova) are also appointed by the Head of the Coordinating Center by representing a Moldovan side. Coordinating Center is a public non-profit organization.
1.2. The Coordination Center includes:
1.3. For the organization of activities of the Coordinating Center and the branch office of the Coordinating Centre, the party which is determined its location, provide the premises, offices, telephones, fax machines, computers, Internet, etc.
1.4. Remuneration of labour in of the Coordinatinh Center and the branch office of the Coordinating Centre is approved on the first working meeting/session of the Council of the Euroregion.
2.1. Coordinating Center acts under submission to the Head of the Euroregion.
2.2. Coordinating Center performs the following functions:
3.1. Coordination Center registers documents, correspondence and other materials.
3.2. After registration, the documents are sent to the Head of the Euroregion for further consideration and delivery to the Vice-Head and coordinators.
3.3. After the analysis of program materials, projects, information and memoranda, provided for the draft decisions of the Council the the Euroregion, are passed to the Director of the Coordinating Center but no later than 15 calendar days before the meeting of the Council.
3.4. The procedure of preparation and consideration of the draft decisions:
3.5. The procedure of approval of the decision:
3.6. Symbols of the Euroregion are emblem and flag, the description of which is approved by the Council of the Euroregion.
1.1. All Parties of the Euroregion are equal to each other and have the same rights and responsibilities.
1.2. Temporary workers are accountable to the Commission of the Council of the Euroregion.
1.3. Coordinating Center reports to the Head of the Euroregion. Coordinating Center assists the Commission in its activities.