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The reference number shall begin with the letters used to
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ‘DUBLINET’ NETWORK
identify the Member State in Eurodac. This code followed by the number indicating the type of according to the classification set out in paragraph 1.
shall be request,
If the request is based on data supplied by Eurodac, the Eurodac reference number shall be included.
Establishment of ‘DubliNet’
The secure electronic means of transmission referred to in
Article 22(2) of Regulation (EC) No 343/2003 shall be known
ensure that their National Access Points operate without inter-
DubliNet is based on the use of the generic IDA services
referred to in Article 4 of Decision No 1720/1999/EC (1).
If the operation of a National Access Point is interrupted
for more than seven working hours the Member State shall notify the competent authorities designated pursuant to Article 22(1) of Regulation (EC) No 343/2003 and the Commission and shall take all the necessary steps to ensure that normal
operation is resumed as soon as possible.
National Access Points
If a National Access Point has sent data to a National
Each Member State shall have a single designated National
The National Access Points shall be responsible
processing incoming data and transmitting outgoing data.
Access Point that has experienced an interruption in its opera- tion, the acknowledgement of transmission generated by the IDA generic services shall be used as proof of the date and time of transmission. The deadlines set by Regulation (EC) No 343/ 2003 for sending a request or a reply shall not be suspended for the duration of the interruption of the operation of the
National Access Point in question.
The National Access Points shall
issuing an acknowledgement transmission.
The forms of which the models are set out in Annexes I
and III and the form for the request of information set out in Annex V shall be sent between National Access Points in the
TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS
inform the Member States of the technical standards required.
Laissez-passer produced for the purposes of the Dublin Convention
RULES FOR USE
Laissez-passer printed for the purposes of the Dublin Conven- tion shall be accepted for the transfer of applicants for asylum under Regulation (EC) No 343/2003 for a period of no more than 18 months following the entry into force of the present Regulation.
Each transmission shall have a reference number making
it possible unambiguously to identify the case to which it relates and the Member State making the request. That number must also make it possible to determine whether the transmis- sion relates to a request for taking charge (type 1), a request for
Entry into force
taking back (type 2) or a request for information (type 3).
(1) OJ L 203, 3.8.1999, p. 9.
This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.