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Acharnon Gordium Bond
Yπό κατασκευήν ο ιστότοπος του ηλεκτρονικού φύλλου:"Αcharnon Gordium Bond"

Η "ΑΚΤΙΝΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ" ΤΗΣ ΔΙΑΦΘΟΡΑΣ ΣΤΟΝ ΔΗΜΟ ΑΧΑΡΝΩΝ

AΡΘΡΑ «Αcharneon Gordium Bond» blog ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΔΙΑΦΘΟΡΑ στον ΔήμοΑχαρνών

1)ΣΩΜΑ ΕΠΙΘΕΩΡΗΤΩΝ ΔΗΜΟΣΙΑΣ ΔΙΟΙΚΗΣΗΣ: «..ως προς τη λειτουργία του νέου Κοιμητηρίου Δήμου Αχαρνών»

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/02/blog-post_99.html

2)ΔΗΜΟΣ ΑΧΑΡΝΩΝ: "ΓΙΑΤΙ ΔΕΝ ΜΕΤΑΦΕΡΕΤΑΙ ΤΟ ΑΣΤΥΝΟΜΙΚΟ ΤΜΗΜΑ ΣΤΟ ΛΕΗΛΑΤΗΜΕΝΟ ΣΧΟΛΕΙΟ ΤΗΣ ΑΥΛΙΖΑΣ"; ρωτούν ξανά και ξανά οι δημότες Αχαρνών!ΓΙΑΤΙ ΑΡΑΓΕ;;;

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/blog-post.html

3)ΑΧΑΡΝΕΣ: ΑΙΤΙΟΛΟΓΙΑ ΑΚΥΡΩΣΗΣ ΕΝΤΑΛΜΑΤΟΣ2007 ΓΙΑ ΤΟΝ ΣΩΤΗΡΗ ΝΤΟΥΡΟ

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/2007.html

π.Δημάρχου κ. ΣΩΤΗΡΗ ΝΤΟΥΡΟΥ, προφίλ:

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/blog-post_27.html

ΔΗΜΟΣ ΑΧΑΡΝΩΝ Αcharnes Gordium Bond:απάντηση σε αναγνώστη: -«Γιατί δεν υπάρχουν Εφημερίδες σε μια τόσο μεγάλη πόλη;»

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/charnes-gordium-bond.html

Πως κατασκευάζονται "ένοχοι" ..σενάρια απίστευτα..

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/charnes-gordium-bond-1.html


Άγνωστη έως σήμερα η μοίρα των ΚΟΙΝΣΕΠ που ιδρύθηκαν απο το δίδυμο "ΝΤΟΥΡΟΣ ΚΡΗΜΝΙΑΝΙΩΤΗΣ"

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/acharnon-gordium-bond_84.html

"Acharnes Gordium Bond": απαντήσεις σε αναγνώστες

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/blog-post_49.html

"Acharnon Gordium Bond":επερχόμενο άρθρο με τίτλο "ΔΗΜΟΤΙΚΟΙ ΥΠΑΛΛΗΛΟΙ ΤΟΥ ΔΗΜΟΥ ΑΧΑΡΝΩΝ"

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/acharnon-gordium-bond_14.html

ΑΧΑΡΝΕΣ-Acharnes Gordium Bond:"Ο ΕΠΙΤΡΟΠΟΣ ΕΛΕΓΚΤΙΚΟΥ ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΟΥ, ΕΙΝΑΙ ΑΤΕΓΚΤΟΣ.." γράφει η ΜΑΡΙΑ ΧΑΤΖΗΔΑΚΗ ΒΑΒΟΥΡΑΝAΚΗ σε ταλαίπωρο αναγνώστη

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/acharne-gordium-bond.html

ΑΧΑΡΝΕΣ-Acharneon Gordium Bond: απάντηση σε αναγνώστη για τον ΚΩΔΙΚΑ ΚΑΤΑΣΤΑΣΗΣ ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΩΝ-ΔΙΟΙΚΗΤΙΚΩΝ ΥΠΑΛΛΗΛΩΝ και υπαλλήλων Ν.Π.Δ.Δ.

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/acharneon-gordium-bondq.html

ΑΧΑΡΝΕΣ-Acharnon Gordium Bond:Άγνωστη έως σήμερα η μοίρα των ΚΟΙΝΣΕΠ που ιδρύθηκαν απο το δίδυμο "ΝΤΟΥΡΟΣ ΚΡΗΜΝΙΑΝΙΩΤΗΣ"

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/acharnon-gordium-bond_84.html

ΜΑΡΙΑΣ ΧΑΤΖΗΔΑΚΗ ΒΑΒΟΥΡΑΝΑΚΗ Ανοιχτή Επιστολή προς τα μέλη του ΔΗΜΟΤΙΚΟΥ-Διοικητικού Συμβουλίου Αχαρνών με θέμα:"...ΣΧΕΤΙΚΑ ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΔΙΟΙΚΗΣΗ ΤΟΥ ΔΗΜΟΥ ΑΧΑΡΝΩΝ από τον τ. Δήμαρχο κ. ΣΩΤΗΡΗ ΝΤΟΥΡΟ"

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/blog-post_80.html

Αcharnes Gordium Bond-Για την ΔΙΚΑΙΟΣΥΝΗ και την ΤΙΜΩΡΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΔΙΑΦΘΟΡΑΣ ΣΤΟΝ ΔΗΜΟ ΑΧΑΡΝΩΝ "Σενάριο 1ο: Γράφει η σεναριογράφος Μ.Χ.Β"

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/charnes-gordium-bond-1.html

ΜΑΡΙΑΣ ΧΑΤΖΗΔΑΚΗ ΒΑΒΟΥΡΑΝΑΚΗ ΑΡΘΡΟ ΣΤΟ BLOG THΣ:Η ΦΙΜΩΣΗ ΤΟΥ ΤΟΠΙΚΟΥ ΤΥΠΟΥ ΜΕΓΑΛΗ ΕΠΙΤΥΧΙΑ ΤΟΥ «ΣΥΣΤΗΜΑΤΟΣ» ΤΩΝ ΑΧΑΡΝΩΝ

https://politikinews.blogspot.gr/2018/03/acharneon-gordium-bond-blog.html

ΕΡΧΕΤΑΙ ΣΥΝΤΟΜΑ!!!

Ενας Ιστότοπος για την Αλήθεια και την Δικαιοσύνη στον Δήμο Αχαρνών! Acharnon Gordium Bond: o Γόρδιος Δεσμός της Διαφθοράς σε έναν Δήμο που πνίγεται στα προβλήματα και αρνείται να ανακάμψει, αλυσοδέσμιος τέως «αρχόντων», συμπεριφορών και συνηθειών, που κρατούν μια πόλη τρισχιλιετίας στην «μαύρη λίστα» διεθνών Φορέων. Με την αξιόπιστη υπογραφή της Περιφερειακής Εφημερίδας «ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΗ» που δίνει μάχες στον τόπο για την Αλήθεια,από το έτος 2000!

"Acharnon Gordium Bond" blog, is coming soon: for Truth and Justice in Acharnes Municipality…

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Council of the European Union  
25/4/2018 

European travel information and authorisation system (ETIAS): Council confirms agreement with European Parliament

On 25 April, EU ambassadors confirmed an agreement reached between the Council Presidency and the European Parliament representatives on the proposal for a European travel information and authorisation system (ETIAS).
"Today's agreement is another important step in protecting the EU's external borders. By knowing who is coming to the EU before they even arrive at the border, we will be better able to stop those who may pose a threat to our citizens."
Valentin Radev, Bulgarian minister of interior
ETIAS will allow for advance checks and, if necessary, deny travel authorisation to visa-exempt third-country nationals travelling to the Schengen area. It will help improve internal security, prevent illegal immigration, protect public health and reduce delays at the borders by identifying persons who may pose a risk in one of these areas before they arrive at the external borders.

Functioning of the system

The system will apply to visa-exempt third country nationals. They will need to obtain a travel authorisation before their trip, via an online application. For each application, the applicant will be required to pay a travel authorisation fee of 7 euros.
The information submitted in each application will be automatically processed against EU and relevant Interpol databases to determine whether there are grounds to refuse a travel authorisation. If no hits or elements requiring further analysis are identified, the travel authorisation will be issued automatically and quickly. This is expected to be the case for most applications.
If there is a hit or an element requiring analysis, the application will be handled manually by the competent authorities. In this case, the ETIAS central unit will first check that the data recorded in the application file corresponds to the data triggering a hit. When it does or where doubts remain, the application will be processed manually by the ETIAS national unit of the responsible member state. The issuing or refusal of an application which has triggered a hit will take place no later than 96 hours after the application is submitted or, if additional information has been requested, 96 hours after this information has been received.
Before boarding, air carriers and sea carriers will need to check whether third country nationals subject to the travel authorisation requirement are in possession of a valid travel authorisation. From three years after the entry into operations of ETIAS this obligation will also apply to international carriers transporting groups overland by coach.
The travel authorisation will not provide an automatic right of entry or stay; it is the border guard who will take the final decision.
A travel authorisation will be valid for three years or until the end of validity of the travel document registered during application, whichever comes first.

Next steps

Now that the agreement has been confirmed by EU ambassadors, on behalf of the Council, the regulation will be submitted to the European Parliament for a vote at first reading, and subsequently to the Council for adoption.
European Council  
24/4/2018 

Remarks by President Donald Tusk after his meeting with Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama

Thank you very much dear Prime Minister, dear Edi. I am really grateful for your compliments and warm words. It is true, I am your friend, we are in the best possible personal relations and really good friends. Because of my personal experience and political views and beliefs I am also a devoted friend of your nation and of your country. This is why I am really happy to be back in Tirana, and not only because of the weather. I am very grateful to Prime Minister Rama for his hospitality.
Let me start by congratulating the people of Albania. The recent recommendation of the European Commission to open accession talks, shows that you have made great efforts and are getting ready to start one of the most positive political projects in the history of your country. Accession negotiations with the European Union are not easy but I can tell you from my political and personal experience, that they are worth the effort. When my home country started similar talks some 20 years ago we knew that much needed to change in Poland. Yet the full determination of the political class and the support of ordinary people made our dream come true. And it is my personal dream that Albania follows the same path to the EU as my homeland. With your proud history, with Skenderberg who protected Europe from the Ottoman empire, I have no doubt that you will. And it is also in the very best European interest that Albania and the whole Balkan region is fully integrated into the European Union.
It will not happen overnight. There will be many challenges and hard work on the way, starting with ensuring the rule of law, fight against organised crime and ambitious justice system reform. What you have made is enough - and I want to be very clear - to open accession talks. No doubt. It is not only the substance of the European Commission recommendation. This is also my opinion, I am not alone here, this is what I deeply believe.
Another challenge will be to convince all EU Member States in June to agree to start negotiations. I am aware that this process will resemble more a hurdle race than a motorway. But I have no doubt that full integration remains our common destiny. The EU and the Western Balkans belong together. You can count on me also in this very complicated and challenging process. I am traditionally very cautious, but today I can say that I am an optimist when it comes to this long-term perspective, and a cautious optimist when it comes to short-term perspective, but still an optimist.
Already now, the EU is by far the biggest investor, the biggest donor and the biggest trading partner for the whole region. This is also true for Albania. As an example: 78% of Albania's exports go to the European Union. 78%! To compare: only 3% of Albania’s exports go to China. With your Western Balkan neighbours, on a clear 2nd place, with 14% of your exports. But compare again 78%of the EU, China 3%. Turkey 1%. And Russia 0%.
My visit here today in Tirana is the first stop on a weeklong Balkan tour to prepare for the EU-Western Balkans Summit in Sofia on 17 May. The summit will gather the leaders from the EU and the region.
In Sofia we should reaffirm the European perspective of the Western Balkans.
But what is equally important, the summit should define ways and means to improve connections with and within the region. It is about human, digital and infrastructure connections. Albania and other countries of the Western Balkans should be fully integrated into Pan-European transport corridors. Traveling between capitals of the Western Balkans should not take longer than flights to Beijing as is still sometimes the case. To avoid power cuts we should invest more together in upgrading our energy grids and interconnections. Young people from the region should get more opportunities to study in the EU. A doubling of Erasmus+ funding will make sure that this objective is within reach. And finally, we should increase our common efforts on cultural exchanges and promotion of national identities.
To boost our cooperation in these concrete areas we do not need to wait until the EU enlargement. And improving our connectivity would be beneficial both for citizens and businesses from Albania and other Western Balkan partners as well as from the European Union. I want to be very clear here, this connectivity programme is not an alternative to enlargement or a substitute for enlargement, it is a way to use the time between today and tomorrow more effectively than before.
Finally, the summit will also be an occasion for the leaders to discuss common security challenges, such as migrant smuggling, terrorism and organised crime. Here we have to continue our fight as brothers in arms. Let me thank you, Prime Minister, for Albanian solidarity with the EU and its member states in our geopolitical challenges, such as the one we have witnessed with the Skripal attack in Salisbury. It is well noted and appreciated. As you know you have this unique reputation as the most loyal and reliable partner of the whole European community in this context.
Let me conclude by paying respect to Albania's unique trademark of religious tolerance and coexistence. These qualities continue to be extremely important in today's world. These are the foundations on which we can continue to build our common future. Sometimes I feel that you are more European here than some EU Europeans. Thank you.

Council of the European Union  
 
25/4/2018 | PRESS RELEASE

Brussels II Conference on 'Supporting the future of Syria and the region': co-chairs declaration

1.    The Second Brussels Conference on "Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region" took place on 24-25 April 2018. It was hosted by the European Union and co-chaired by the United Nations.

2.    One year after Brussels I, and following the previous three pledging conferences in Kuwait as well as the London Conference in 2016, the Conference renewed and strengthened the political, humanitarian and financial commitment of the international community to support the Syrian people, the neighbouring countries, and the communities most affected by the conflict. Brussels II brought together 86 delegations including 57 States, 10 representatives of regional organisations and International Financial Institutions (IFIs) as well as 19 UN agencies. More than 250 Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) were also associated throughout the preparations and the two days of the Conference.

3.    The former co-chairs of Brussels I: Germany, Kuwait, Norway, Qatar and the United Kingdom (UK) brought substantial input to the preparations and the proceedings of the Conference. Jordan and Lebanon were closely associated, in a spirit of partnership and in full acknowledgement of their tremendous efforts since the beginning of the Syrian conflict. Turkey also provided important contributions, both as the country hosting the largest number of Syrian refugees and as a key regional actor.

4.    Civil society and NGOs were very closely and substantially associated to Brussels II and its preparations, including through extensive consultations with NGOs implementing humanitarian and resilience programmes in the region. The first day of the Conference was devoted to a high-level dialogue with representatives from 164 NGOs, including 15 from Syria and 72 from the three main refugee-hosting countries.

5.    In addition, Syrian Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) from across Syria and neighbouring countries discussed their role in the future of Syria in a closed-door side event undertaken by the EU and the Office for the Special Envoy for Syria. The CSOs’ views were further presented during the ministerial plenary on 25 April. The international community, and the EU in particular, will continue to work with Syrian civil society as essential stakeholders towards reaching a peaceful solution to the conflict and in its legitimate aspirations to contribute to the country's future.

6.    Syria's artistic community was also given prominence through a string of cultural events, including a Syrian art space, "Tourab", that ran for ten days in central Brussels around the dates of the Conference. These events were meant as a tribute to the remarkable individual efforts of the Syrians since the start of the conflict.

7.    The Conference reaffirmed that only an inclusive, comprehensive and genuine political solution in accordance with UNSCR 2254 and the Geneva Communiqué, that meets the legitimate aspirations of the Syrian people for dignity and freedom will ensure a sustainable end to the Syrian conflict, prevent regional escalation and a return of ISIL/Da'esh, and guarantee a peaceful and prosperous future for Syria and the region. It reiterated the international community's commitment to Syria’s sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity, and safety and security for all citizens. Participants stressed the importance of women’s engagement in the political process, including through their adequate representation within the delegations of parties to the conflict.

8.    The humanitarian and resilience needs of people inside Syria and in the region remain enormous. Current UN appeals are severely underfunded. In 2018, the UN-coordinated appeal for Syria requests to cover assistance and protection needs inside Syria amounts to US$ 3.51 billion. In addition, through the Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP), an appeal of US$ 5.6 billion, inclusive of US$ 1.2 billion already committed, is required to support refugee and host community humanitarian and resilience related assistance in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt.
9.    The Conference acknowledged the continuing generosity of neighbouring host countries and their communities in providing refuge to millions of displaced people. Participants pledged, for both Syria and the region, $ 4.4 billion (€ 3.5 billion) for 2018, as well as multi-year pledges of $ 3.4 billion (€ 2.7 billion) for 2019-2020. In addition, some international financial institutions and donors announced around $ 21.2 billion (€17.2 billion) in loans, of which elements are on concessional terms. The Conference noted that pledges made at Brussels I in 2017 had been largely fulfilled, and in some cases excedeed. Co-chairs and main donors agreed to widen the resource base and ensure greater predictability, coherence and effectiveness of the aid. The attached fundraising annex sets out the pledges made at this Conference.
Political
10.    The Conference expressed its strong support for the work of the UN Special Envoy for Syria in his mandate to facilitate the political process, with a view to a lasting political settlement based on the Geneva Communiqué and the full implementation of relevant UNSC Resolutions, including UNSCR 2254 (2015). It welcomed the twelve "Living Intra-Syrian essential principles" developed as commonalities in the Geneva process, offering a perspective of a vision of a future Syria that can be shared by all. It also welcomed the parameters on the constitutional and electoral baskets and the importance of a safe, calm and neutral environment, as outlined by the UN Special Envoy for Syria in his Security Council Briefing on 19 December 2017. Participants gave their full support to the Special Envoy’s efforts to facilitate, in consultation with all concerned, the implementation of the Sochi Final Statement (as circulated to the Security Council on 14 February 2018) for the establishment of a Constitutional Committee for Syria in Geneva, under UN auspices and in accordance with UNSCR 2254 (2015).

11.    The Conference reiterated the importance of preventing and combating terrorism in Syria in accordance with relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions. They took note of considerable progress in military operations to combat ISIL/Da'esh since the last Brussels Conference, while underscoring the continuing need to combat terrorism in accordance with international law. Efforts to combat terrorism do not supersede other obligations under international law

12.    The co-chairs expressed their strong condemnation of the use of chemical weapons by any party to the conflict and under any circumstances. Their use is abhorrent and a clear violation of international law. It is very important that any alleged use be followed by an impartial, independent and effective investigation. Ensuring accountability for the use of chemical weapons is our responsibility, not least to the victims of such attacks. Co-chairs called upon all participants to use their influence to prevent any further use of chemical weapons.
Humanitarian
13.    Violence and human suffering have increased in Syria, with military escalation by parties to the conflict further increasing to an alarming extent in 2018. The civilian population has continued to endure the bulk of the suffering caused by the conflict, including severe, constant and blatant violations of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and human rights law, in particular: deliberate and indiscriminate attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure, reported and ongoing use of chemical weapons, forced displacement, arbitrary detention, enforced disappearances, and torture, including sexual exploitation and abuse and gender-based violence. More than 12 million people have now been displaced, including more than 5.6 million refugees hosted in neighbouring countries and 6.6 million displaced inside Syria. Nearly 13.1 million people, almost half of whom are children, urgently need humanitarian assistance and protection inside the country.

14.    The co-chairs, together with all participants, reiterated their appreciation for Kuwait's and Sweden's efforts in drafting UNSC Resolution 2401 (2018) and called for its immediate and full implementation, as well as all other relevant resolutions on Syria. They urged all parties to the conflict to strictly adhere to their obligations under IHL. Attacks against civilians, humanitarian workers as well as any civilian infrastructure, particularly health facilities and schools, violate the most basic human rights, may amount to war crimes under international law, and must stop without delay. They also requested that humanitarian mine action programming be accelerated as a matter of urgency.

15.    The Conference reconfirmed the importance of delivering needs-based humanitarian assistance to all civilians, in line with humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence. Participants stressed the critical link between protection and access. They called for unconditional, unimpeded and sustained humanitarian access through the most direct routes, including to the 2.3 million people still living in besieged and hard-to-reach areas across Syria through all aid modalities: cross-line, cross-border and regular programme, in line with UNSC Resolution 2393 (2017).

16.    Particular concerns were noted over the escalation of fighting and dramatic humanitarian situation still faced by civilians in many parts of Syria. The Conference stressed the need to ensure that any evacuation of civilians must be safe, informed, temporary, voluntary in nature and a solution of last resort including the destination of their choice, the right to return and the choice to stay, as per IHL. All efforts should be made to ensure the unconditional medical evacuation of those in need of urgent medical treatment. Denials of medical supplies and of access to healthcare are violations of international law and should be stopped at once. The systematic removal of life-saving medical items from humanitarian convoys is unacceptable and needs to be addressed once and for all.

17.    Participants agreed that present conditions are not conducive for voluntary repatriation in safety and dignity. Significant risks remain for civilians across the country as the situation remains characterised by continued fighting and displacement, with 2.6 million people displaced in 2017 alone. Conditions for returns, as defined by the UNHCR and according to international refugee law standards, are not yet fulfilled. Any organised return should be voluntary and in safety and dignity.
Regional/development
18.    The international community acknowledged and commended the huge efforts made by the neighbouring countries and their citizens, in particular Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey, as well as Iraq and Egypt, in hosting millions of refugees from Syria. Participants recognised the deepening vulnerability of Syrian refugees, Palestinian refugees from Syria and host communities, which should be addressed through sustained humanitarian and resilience support.

19.    Participants committed to remaining fully engaged, in a spirit of partnership, in supporting neighbo    uring countries to address the challenges they face. Substantial progress has been made by governments, donors and the UN in implementing the commitments undertaken in London in 2016 and in Brussels in 2017, including through the EU Compacts with Jordan and Lebanon. However, more should be done to ensure the continued and effective protection of refugees against risks of forced evictions and returns and improvement of their legal residency status.

20.    While the countries of the region continue to face enormous humanitarian challenges, the Conference agreed that increased focus is required to support reform and longer-term development in a sustainable manner. It remains critical to support health and education, economic development, job creation and integration into labour markets, for both host communities and refugees, especially vulnerable groups such as women and youth. The Conference underlined the essential need to reach all children and young people, who will one day have a key role in the recovery and rebuilding of the region, with quality education and skills training. It expressed support for targeted resilience programming and an increase in allocations to women and girls. Extremely vulnerable refugees and host communities will continue to require support through cash assistance and enhanced social protection mechanisms. Resettlement was recognised as an essential protection tool for refugees with heightened protection risks and its importance was highlighted, together with other legal pathways, in offering safe and dignified access to safety beyond the immediate region.

21.    The Conference welcomed the Lebanese Government's Vision for Stabilisation, Growth and Employment including the Capital Investment Programme together with its commitment to establish a timetable for reforms that were presented in Paris on 6 April 2018, whose implementation and follow-up with the support of the international community is critical. The Conference also welcomed the Rome II ministerial meeting in support of Lebanon's armed and internal security forces that was held on 15 March 2018.

22.    The Conference equally welcomed the fiscal and structural reforms that are being implemented by the Jordanian Government in a difficult economic environment, with a view to ensuring fiscal sustainability and improving the investment climate in line with the "Jordan 2025" vision document and with the Economic Growth Plan for 2018-22. The Conference also welcomed the UK's intention to host an international Conference with Jordan in London later this year to showcase Jordan's economic reform plans, its aspiration to build/enable a thriving private sector, and mobilise support from international investors and donors.

23.    The Conference commended the Turkish Government for its generous and large-scale efforts in hosting millions of Syrian refugees and integrating them into national services, including health, education, employment and other municipal and social services. Joint frameworks have been established with the international community under programmes such as the EU Facility for Refugees in Turkey and the UN Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan 2017-2018. Addressing the protracted refugee situation will require continued co-operation along those lines.

24.    Participants committed to supporting further investments to foster inclusive economic growth and social development in Lebanon and Jordan, including through concessional financing, blending of grants with loans and the use of the EU External Investment Plan in cooperation with the support of European Financial Institutions and the private sector. They commended the efforts made by host countries to open access to education, water and sanitation and health services and encouraged further progress. Investment in infrastructure and in human capital is necessary to improve the quality of services and will continue to be supported. Participants also noted the importance of vocational training for refugees and host communities, closely aligned with private sector labour needs. Protection measures, in particular the provision of legal residency, should be reinforced.

25.    Inside Syria, support to inclusive and accountable service delivery and to livelihood opportunities for the affected populations, particularly women and youth, should continue while ensuring that it does not condone, or indirectly entrench, social and demographic engineering as a result of forced displacement and intentional creation of obstacles to return. Work will address needs related to safe and equal access to civil documentation, housing and property rights to ensure that the rights of Syrians are protected and that those displaced are provided the basic conditions to be able to return to their homes in a dignified, safe and voluntary way when conditions allow. It is also important to support Syrian civil society, social cohesion/dialogue and seek to promote accountability and transitional justice. Funding decisions shall be conflict-sensitive and shall in no way benefit or assist parties who have allegedly committed war crimes or crimes against humanity. The UN reiterated that its Parameters and Principles for UN assistance in Syria will guide UN assistance beyond emergency life-saving aid in Syria.
Future steps
26.    The EU and the UN committed to tracking the commitments made during the Conference and reporting regularly on their delivery, including through reviews at key international events during the year.

27.    Donor countries present at the Conference reiterated that reconstruction and international support for its implementation will only be possible once a credible political solution, consistent with UNSCR 2254 and the Geneva Communiqué, is firmly underway. A successful reconstruction process also requires minimal conditions for stability and inclusiveness, a democratic and inclusive government, an agreed development strategy, reliable and legitimate interlocutors as well as guarantees in terms of funding accountability. None of these conditions are fulfilled in Syria. In the meantime, participants agreed to regularly review post-agreement plans, including those produced by the UN-led post-agreement planning process initiated by the 2016 London Conference on Syria.

28.    Participants also called upon all parties to release all persons who are arbitrarily detained, in line with UNSC Resolutions 2254 (2015) and 2268 (2016). Access to all detention facilities should be granted to independent monitors and information provided on cases of forced disappearances. Ongoing work on the release of detainees and abductees by all parties is valuable and can help build confidence between them. Participants expressed support to the UN proposal for a Standing Secretariat under UN auspices, recently proposed to support the working group formed by the Astana guarantors.

29.    Finally, participants recalled that transitional justice and accountability are required for sustainable peace and an inherent part in any meaningful process of reconciliation. War crimes and violations of international humanitarian law and human rights abuses need to be investigated. Any entities and individuals guilty of such violations, including the use of chemical weapons, must be held accountable. The co-chairs commended the role of the Commission of Inquiry and welcomed progress in the work of the International Independent and Impartial Mechanism (IIIM) and called for continuous efforts to ensure the necessary means for its functioning. They called for the situation in Syria to be referred to the ICC.

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