The Commission and its delegates

The Moselle Commission consists of six delegates and, as an option, six deputy delegates.
Its President is elected from among the Commission’s ranks for a term of one year by a majority of votes cast by the representatives. Each of the three states holds the chair in turn and in alphabetical order.
The decisions that are taken unanimously by the Moselle Commission during its twice-yearly meetings are also binding on the states. The votes cast by the delegates count as if they had been cast by their respective governments. The decisions are therefore also transferred to relevant national legislation.

Please find a short overview of each delegation’s representatives below:

GERMAN DELEGATION:


Mr Heinz-Clemens Kaune, Delegate and Spokesperson for the German delegation

Federal Ministry of Transport and Digitale Infrastructure, Bonn

Mr Heinz-Josef Joeris, Deputy Delegate
Waterways and Shipping Directorate, Bonn

 

Mr  Peter Schalk, Deputy Delegate

Waterways and Shipping Directorate - Regional bureau South-West, Mainz

FRENCH DELEGATION:


Mr Maxime Lefebvre, Delegate and Spokesperson for the French delegation
Direction de l'Union Européenne at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris

Mr Dominique Bellenger, Deputy Delegate
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris

Mr Didier Dieudonné
Service de la Navigation du Nord-Est, Nancy

LUXEMBOURG DELEGATION:


Mr Max Nilles, Delegate (head of delegation) - chairman 2017
Ministry for Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, Transport Division, Luxembourg

Mr Kevin Schroeder, Deputy Delegate
Ministry for Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, Transport Division, Luxembourg

 

Mr Michel Schmitz, Expert

Service de la Navigation Grevenmacher, Luxembourg


Mr Jeannot Poeker, Expert
Ministry for Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, Transport Division, Luxembourg

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