CAFF Board meeting 4-6th October Moscow. Doc 6.2c CAFF Short Meeting Summary.
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"This was the first CAFF board meeting under the Russian Chairmanship of CAFF. Participants included representatives from the Arctic Council countries, Permanent Participants (AIA, ICC, RAIPON), Observor organisations (WWF, Wetlands International, RAMSAR). Please find here a short overview of items of interest from the meeting:" /.../
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