52. We gather that an inter-agency committee
of around 20 different institutions has already been established.
We were briefed on comparable arrangements made under the auspices
of GAP in relation to the Birecik dam, which may have produced
a more consistent pattern of implementation. The Kudat Report
praised this structure. We have no reason to doubt the capacity
of the Turkish bureaucracy to devise structures which can bring
agencies together around a table. Whether this solves the question
of budgetary responsibility, and in particular the vagaries of
the annual budgetary appropriation process, is another matter.