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14. This delaying of its entry into force is not only a problem in terms of the question of the EU’s accession to the European Convention; it is also a major problem in that Protocol No. 14 amends the control system of the Convention. ‘Although arrangements exist to facilitate consultation and coordination between the EU and the Council of Europe,’ as Steiner and Alston sum it up, ‘they remain separate entities operating in very different settings despite the fact that the activities of each organization are very relevant to those of the other’ (Steiner and Alston 2000, 791).