ACAP - Progress report at the SAO-meeting in Saariselka 7-8 Oct. 2002.
Arctic Contaminants Action Program (ACAP)
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"The ACAP Interim Steering Committee has given a short progress report in the draft SAO-report in the pages 30 - 32. I will not repeat what you certainly already have read, but I just want to add a general remark and underline a few items. I first of all want to clarify that we in all the ACAP projects have assigned an Arctic Country or a Secretariate as a coordinator of the project which means that they shall facicilitate the work of a Steering Group which is responsible for managing the project. I would like to express my appreciation for the work each of the coordinators are doing and for the good work all experts from the Arctic Countries are doing in these projects." /.../
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