ADDITION TO THE REGULATIONS OF THE BALTIC ASSEMBLY                      
                                                                                
     In accordance  with Articles  2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 of the               
Agreement on  Baltic Parliamentary  and Governmental  Cooperation               
between the  Republic of Estonia, Republic of Latvia and Republic               
of Lithuania,  the Baltic  Assembly at the 5th Session in Vilnius               
adopted the  following additional  Section to its 31 October 1993               
Regulations:                                                                    
"COOPERATION BETWEEN  THE BALTIC  ASSEMBLY AND THE BALTIC COUNCIL               
OF MINISTERS                                                                    
     Cooperation between  the  Baltic  Assembly  and  the  Baltic               
Council of  Ministers shall  be implemented through the Presidium               
of the  Baltic  Assembly  and  its  standing  committees  and  be               
coordinated through  the Secretariats  of the Baltic Assembly and               
the Baltic Council of Ministers.                                                
     The Baltic  Assembly and  the Baltic  Council of  Ministers,               
together called  the "Baltic  Council", shall  hold annual  joint               
sessions. The  time and  place of the joint Session together with               
its  agenda   shall  be   coordinated  through   the   respective               
Secretariats based  upon agreements reached between the Presidium               
of the  Baltic Assembly  and the  presiding Baltic  State of  the               
Baltic Council of Ministers.                                                    
     The Baltic  Council of Ministers shall, at each annual joint               
session, submit  a report  on Baltic  cooperation concerning  the               
past year's cooperation and plans for further cooperation.                      
     At the  annual joint  sessions as  well as between them, the               
Baltic Assembly  members, individually  or in  the name of either               
the  State  delegation,  the  individual  standing  committee  or               
registered Baltic  Assembly political faction or bloc, may submit               
questions, either  verbally or  in writing, to the Baltic Council               
of Ministers on matters concerning Baltic cooperation.                          
     The  Baltic   Assembly  may   make  appeals,  proposals  and               
recommendations to the Baltic Council of Ministers.                             
     The exchange  of  current  information  between  the  Baltic               
Assembly and  the Baltic  Council of  Ministers shall  occur  via               
their respective Secretariats ."                                                
                                                                                
Vilnius,13 November 1994