Arctic Council status on implementation of the "Framework Plan for Cooperation on Prevention of Oil Pollution from Petroleum and Maritime Activities in the Marine Areas of the Arctic"
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Draft report on the status of implementation. The Framework Plan is intended to strengthen cooperation between the AC States' competent national authorities in order to facilitate implementation.
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