Arctic Council Rules of Procedure
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The Arctic Council Rules of Procedure govern official meetings of the Arctic Council and its subsidiary bodies. The Rules of Procedure are a useful resource for those interested in how the Arctic Council works. The Rules of Procedure were adopted in 1998 and revised in 2013.
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