The Arctic Health Declaration.
Arctic Ministers of Health
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"Representatives of the governments of seven Arctic States joined by representatives from the governments of the Faroe Islands and Greenland, and representatives of the Gwich'in Council International and Inuit Circumpolar Council, convening in Nuuk Greenland, for the first Arctic Health Ministers' Meeting." /.../
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