Memorandum of Understanding between the Arctic Council Permanent Participants and the Arctic Council Member States (DRAFT).
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Draft for a Memorandum of Understanding between the Arctic Council's Permanent Participants and MemberSstates, concerning the role of the Permanent Participants in the management of the Indigenous Peoples' Secretariat. Submitted to SAOs at the Arctic Council's Senior Arctic Officials meeting in Kautokeino, Norway, November 19-20 2008.
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