Working Group on Definition of Common Infrastructure

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Working Group on Definition of Common Infrastructure

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1952-1953

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The AC/29 chronological series contains the records of the Working Group on Definition of Common Infrastructure. The Working Group was created by the North Atlantic Council on the 21 October 1952 to discuss the objections raised by the Portuguese government to a decision from the Joint Meeting of the Infrastructure Committee and the Military Budget Committee that certain items were suitable for inclusion in International Military Budgets rather than an Infrastructure Program. The meetings of the Working Group were chaired by Mr. A.J. Bastin and were attended by representatives of the delegations of Canada, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States. Mr. R. Stinglhamber (secretary) from the International Staff was also present as well as Lt. Col. Paul M. Strando, a Standing Group Liaison Officer. The Working Group held its first meeting on the 21 October 1952 and met four more times over the succeeding year. During these meetings, the Working Group discussed what criteria the Joint Meeting of the Infrastructure Committee and Military Budget Committee used to arrive at their decision and also to appoint a working group that would devise a clear- cut definition of infrastructure. The last meeting of the Working Group was held on the 7 May 1953.

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