Status Report Prepared by the 1 Arctic Council “Focal Point for 2 ACIA Follow-on Activities”. For Presentation to Arctic Council 5 Senior Arctic Officials. April 26, 2006. Syktyvkar, Russian Federation.
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"A ‘focal point’ is established to develop the plans for ACIA follow-up activities under the Arctic Council. This ‘focal point’ is comprised of the Chairs (or their designated representatives) of the Arctic Council Working Groups. The Senior Arctic Officials are represented in the ‘focal point’ by the Chairman of SAOs. The Permanent Participants are invited to nominate one representative to the ‘focal point’ to represent them all." /.../
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