ICPDRInternational Commission for the Protection of the Danube River
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During the third ministerial conference of the Danube Cooperation Process in Belgrade in 2007 everybody agreed that "the DCP will continue to provide political support to Danube-related cooperation initiatives in the region, in particular within the existing frameworks of the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR) and other established institutions.
This cooperation was strengthened in 2007, when the 16 countries along the Danube and the Black Sea(1) as well as representatives of the ICPDR, the Convention on the Protection of the Black Sea and the European Commission got involved by adopting the Declaration on the improvement of cooperation', to apply the requirements of the WFD to the Danube river basin between now and 2015.
Conference delegates agreed to support the establishment of an expert group under the leadership of the ICPDR to prepare and implement a river basin management plan for the Danube Delta sub-basin based upon the approach and methodologies of the EU's Water Framework Directive, to work in coordination with existing mechanisms to reduce upstream pollution from other Danubian countries and to ensure public access to information on water management and appropriate public participation mechanisms.
The ICPDR has set up, among other projects, an international network to measure water quality and as a rapid alert system in case of accidental pollution.
Co-operation is managed by the International Commission on the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR), made up of representatives of the contracting parties (at the highest Ministerial level, scientists, academics and representatives of civil society - non governmental organisations).
The Chairman, Tom Garvey, announced that he would visit the scene of the accident between March 27 and 28, meet with the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR) later the same week and visit Hungary on March 31.
The International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR) fears that EU enlargement may exacerbate pollution in this Central European river.