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Paragraphs in "Convention Concerning Fishing In The Black Sea" coded as AMND

Label Provision
Art.2 Article 2
Art.2.1x Fishing vessels of the People's Republic of Bulgaria, the Romanian People's Republic and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics engaged in fishing in the open sea may enter the following ports of refuge in order to shelter from bad weather or in case of damage:
Art.2.2x In the People's Republic of Bulgaria: Balchik, Varna, Nesebür, Burgas, Sozopol and Michurin;
Art.2.3x In the Romanian People's Republic: Constanta and Sulina;
Art.2.4x In the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics: Odessa, Evpatoria, Yalta, Novorossysk, Sochi, Sukhum, Poti and Batum.
Art.2.5x The list of ports of refuge may be amended by agreement among the Parties to the Convention.
Art.9 Article 9
Art.9.1x The Mixed Commission shall have the following functions:
Art.9.1x.1 (1) It shall work out agreed measures to regulate fishing, with a view to the conservation and augmentation of the stocks of fish in the Black Sea, and to develop industrial fishing technique;
Art.9.1x.2 (2) It shall introduce amendments to article 5 of the Convention concerning the species and dimensions of fish caught in the Black Sea. Proposals for such amendments must be communicated to the representatives of the Contracting Parties on the Mixed Commission not later than three months before the opening of the Commission's regular session;
Art.9.1x.3 (3) It shall co-ordinate the planning of scientific research projects on matters relating to fishing in the Black Sea, to be conducted by the competent authorities of the Contracting Parties;
Art.9.1x.4 (4) It shall determine the nature and extent of the statistical and other data which each Contracting Party shall furnish to the Mixed Commission for the purpose of implementing this Convention;
Art.9.1x.5 (5) It shall exchange information concerning the application of this Convention;
Art.9.1x.6 (6) It shall examine such other matters as the Contracting Parties may refer to it.