The mandate of the European Railway Agency covers the territory of the European Union. For that reason, besides representatives from the European Commission, each EU Member State government is represented with full voting right in the body supervising the Agency. As of today this includes the following countries:
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Please refer to our pages on the "Administrative Board" for details about the actual named representatives of any given country.
Beyond those EU Member States, it is possible for third countries in Europe applying EU railway legislation, especially the interoperability directives and the directive on railway safety, to take part in the Agency's work. In practical terms this can be done by negotiating and signing an agreement with the European Community, setting out the conditions of their participation - for example regarding staffing and budgetary issues.