Article Comparison - Anti-Doping Convention
1. The monitoring group shall monitor the application of this Convention. It may in particular:
a. keep under review the provisions of this Convention and examine any modifications necessary;
b. approve the list, and any revision thereto, of pharmacological classes of doping agents and doping methods banned by the relevant international sports organisations, referred to in Articles 2.1 and 2.2, and the criteria for accreditation of laboratories, and any revision thereto, adopted by the said organisations, referred to in Article 5.1.a, and fix the date for the relevant decisions to enter into force;
c. hold consultations with relevant sports organisations;
d. make recommendations to the Parties concerning measures to be taken for the purposes of this Convention;
e. recommend the appropriate measures to keep relevant international organisations and the public informed about the activities undertaken within the framework of this Convention;
f. make recommendations to the Committee of Ministers concerning non-member States of the Council of Europe to be invited to accede to this Convention;
g. make any proposal for improving the effectiveness of this Convention.
2. In order to discharge its functions, the monitoring group may, on its own initiative, arrange for meetings of groups of experts.