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Eugenio Torres
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Anti-Counterfeiting Committee
Chair
Luigi A. Sansone
Malta
Vice-Chair
Gie van den Broek
Netherlands
Secretary
Stoyan Sirakov
Bulgaria
DESCRIPTION
The Anti-Counterfeiting Committee has a broad agenda which includes the analysis and discussion of legislation and practical enforcement techniques in relation with the fight against counterfeiting and piracy, mainly at the European Union level, the sharing of experience amongst EU and non-EU Committee members for the establishment of best practices on the fight against counterfeiting and piracy, support and advocating for the adoption of the most effective legal anti-counterfeiting and anti-piracy measures in the framework of the EU, through ECTA meetings with various authorities and the submission of Position Papers and a follow up on the proposals on anti-counterfeiting and anti-piracy legislation by the European Commission and other competent authorities and submission of comments and suggestions. The work of the Committee includes the cooperation with other international organisations, representation and promotion of ECTA’s visibility at international forums in the field of anti-counterfeiting. During Committee meetings, the Committee regularly undertakes a brief up-to-date review (tour de table – orally and in writing) of national anti-counterfeiting developments.

MISSION STATEMENT
The Mission of the Anti-Counterfeiting Committee is to make an effective, substantial and enduring contribution to the pan-European and international efforts to combat counterfeiting and piracy by sharing of professional experience and best practices. The Committee prepares proposals and submissions for the promotion of the most adequate legislation and practical enforcement techniques and practices on the fight against counterfeiting and piracy, mainly at the European Union level, and the promotion of anti-counterfeiting awareness in a broader legal, economic, social and political environment.