[Trial Chamber conferred]
We have considered the report and heard counsel. We note the report and the efforts of the head of office in The Hague to have the transport regime of Mr Taylor changed. We restate our earlier observations that the implementation of this regime has not been due to any action or misbehaviour on the part of the accused, Mr Taylor, and nothing in this further report causes us to change that view. It appears to the Trial Chambers that the remedies of the accused, Mr Taylor, have not been exhausted and an appeal now lies to the President of the Court. In the meanwhile, the accused is required to attend the hearing pending further resolution of the matter.
Mr Griffiths - a small discussion with my learned colleagues. Are you clear on the third point that has been made?