Strategy for the preparation of the ACIA Policy Document. Updated draft April, 2002.
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"This document, outlining the proposed strategy for preparing the ACIA Policy Document, is based on the ACIA Implementation Plan approved by the Second Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting in Barrow, 2000, discussions at the joint AMAP/CAFF working group meeting held in Stockholm, August 30, 2001, comments from the SAO meeting held in Espo, November 6-7, 2001, and the ACIA Assessment Steering Committeee meeting held in Ottawa, December 3- 5 2001. The final strategy is expected to be endorsed at the Ministerial meeting in October 2002. Sentences in bold indicate questions to the SAOs." /.../
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