3. 关于声明草案（上文g) 分段），理事会同意理事会主席的一项提议，即设立一个小型工作组以最后确定案文草案，该工作组由澳大利亚、中国、埃及、墨西哥、荷兰、西班牙和美国代表组成。
Update on ICAO coordination activities related to COVID-19
Response measures taken by the aviation industry to deal with a public health emergency of international concern and recommendations for improvement (Subject No. 10)
4.The Council resumed consideration of these two items pursuant to its initial consideration, which occurred during the First Meeting of the current session based on an oral report from the Secretary General and a working paper presented by China (C-WP/15021). In addition, note was also taken of the draft text for both a decision as well as Declaration that had been circulated in advance of the Third Meeting.
5.Following consideration, the Council:
h) acknowledged with concern the wide-ranging spread of the COVID-19 outbreak around the world and the numbers of people infected, recognized China and other countries affected for the way that they have responded to the epidemic, expressed sympathy and solidarity with those affected, and welcomed the response measures aimed at containing the outbreak;
i) requested the Secretariat to undertake an analysis of the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the global aviation industry, and to do so in close coordination with other international organizations and associations, with a view to the outcome of this analysis being shared with the Council for consideration;
j) emphasized the importance of global multilateral efforts, within which ICAO should continue to work closely with the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Air Transport Association (IATA), and the Airports Council International (ACI), in order to coordinate efforts to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak, develop universal guidance materials based on existing protection arrangements, provisions and procedures, and to provide effective guidance to aviation authorities, airlines, other aircraft operators, and airports on measures to protect the health of the air travellers and aviation personnel and reduce the risk of transmission;
k)requested the Secretariat to review ICAO’s existing mechanisms and audit programmes in order to assess how best to verify compliance by Member States with applicable SARPs relating to the national aviation plans and their readiness in preparation for an outbreak of a communicable disease posing a public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC);
l)requested the Secretary General to establish a dedicated ad hoc taskforce with terms of reference to be agreed upon by the Air Transport Committee (ATC), with the aim being for this taskforce to review the existing “health-related” provisions, including corresponding Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) of Annex 9 and guidance material, and develop specific recommendations that would assist Member States to address any future health-related outbreaks;
m) agreed to give consideration, at the appropriate time, to holding a high-level special conference to discuss and share best-practice response measures to deal with such outbreaks and build on the experiences of member States and international organizations; and
n)further agreed to adopt a draft Declaration at the Fourth Meeting of the current session, with the aim of it being disseminated publicly as a way of reflecting the high priority status afforded to this item by the Council.
6. In relation to the draft Declaration (sub-paragraph g) above), the Council agreed to a proposal from the President of the Council that a small working group be established to finalize the draft text, with the group to be composed of the Representatives of Australia, China, Egypt, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, and the United States.