CONCLUSIONS OF THE CHAIR OF THE ARCTIC TRANSPORT WORKSHOP FOR GOVERNMENTAL EXPERTS TORNIO – HAPARANDA, SEPTEMBER 26, 2001.
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"On the invitation of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Finland, the governmental experts on Arctic Transportation of Canada, Finland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, the United States, and the European Commission convened in Tornio – Haparanda, September 26, 2001, within the framework of the Arctic Council for the first time to discuss the issues of arctic transportation, to identify areas of cooperation and to find ways forward pursuant to sustainable transportation development in the Arctic." /.../
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