Senior Arctic Officials' Report to Ministers. Iqaluit, Canada. 24 April, 2015.
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"This report to Arctic Council Ministers is divided into two sections: Part A covers the accomplishments of the Arctic Council from 2013-2015 under the Canadian chairmanship, and Part B addresses the planned activities for 2015-2017, when the United States of America will chair the Council. The Arctic Council consists of eight Arctic States, and six indigenous Permanent Participants. There are six working groups as well as task forces and expert groups. The Council’s work is supported by a secretariat based in Tromsø, Norway." /.../
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