A contact group of 16 countries met Monday afternoon to resolve the remaining issues related to joint implementation. The G-77 and China were represented by Argentina, Benin, China, Costa Rica, Malaysia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Trinidad and Tobago. The EU was represented by Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands. The JUSCANZ group was represented by Australia, the US and a country to be nominated, and the Eastern European Group was represented by the Czech Republic and Russia. The group agreed on the basic concepts describing JI and identified areas of divergence, including participation. Members agreed to continue discussions on areas of divergence as well as the pilot phase, which the group has not yet addressed.