At the Annual Session, the Committees produce draft resolutions - which if adopted by the Committee are then voted on by the full Assembly.  These resolutions are not binding but are widely distributed to governments and parliaments of member and associate member nations. Once adopted by the full Assembly the resolutions are called “policy recommendations”. NATO's Secretary General provides a written reaction to each of the Policy Recommendations.
The Committee and Sub-Committee reports and resolutions are prepared by a Member of Parliament, appointed by his/her peers to serve as Rapporteur on a specific topic of interest for the Committee. General and Special Rapporteurs are responsible for the presentation of draft reports and resolutions to their Committees. They are also responsible for presenting the draft resolutions as adopted by the Committee to the Plenary Assembly.  


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