Arctic Council Indigenous Peoples’ Secretariat Procedural Guidelines
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In accordance with Article 8 of the “Declaration on the Establishment of the Arctic Council”, Rule 33 of the “Arctic Council Rules of Procedure” and the “Terms of Reference of the Arctic Council Secretariat”, the Board of the Arctic Council Indigenous Peoples' Secretariat hereby adopts the following Procedural Guidelines.
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