Arctic Council Ministerial Declaration Recommendations, 1998-2015 - United States Implementation
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This report explains how the United States, through federal government departments and agencies, has implemented or supported implementation of most of the recommendations from the first nine ministerial declarations (1998-2015). The U.S. Department of State, in partnership with all relevant federal departments and agencies, will periodically update this report.
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