Arctic Council/November 2001 SAO Meeting. US/Circumpolar Infrastructure Task Force (CITF) Progress Report. Summary.
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SubjectArctic Council, CITF, circumpolar infrastructure task force, progress report, SAO, Espoo, 2001
"Based on the events and findings described in the summary below, the US/CITF considers the following steps as a prudent course of action to develop cooperation on Arctic infrastructure issues under the AC: – Arrive at a common understanding and terminology/definitions of the infrastructure/transport effort, i.e. “task force” versus “network of experts.” – Assure participation of all interested and affected parties to the AC by clarifying scope and intent through “terms of reference” and/or “guidelines,” as is the case for other AC working groups or projects. /.../" /.../
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