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Paragraphs in "Agreement Creating The Eastern Pacific Tuna Fishing Organization" coded as SCOP

Label Provision
Art.4 Article 4 Areas of Application
Art.4.1 1. The area of application of the Agreement will be that in the Eastern Pacific Ocean through which the species specified in Attachment (2) roam both within the sea adjacent to and within 200 miles of the coasts of continental and island territories of the States Parties; the latter area understood to be those having coasts directly on the ocean as well as on the areas of high seas adjacent to such zones, up to the meridian 145o longitude West without detriment to the rights of sovereignty and jurisdiction enjoyed by the coastal State located in said 200 miles zones.
Art.4.1.ax In accordance with their legislation and other national regulations, the fundamental principles and the aim and purpose of this Agreement, the States Parties may establish exclusion zones in the area of application of this Agreement within the 200 miles adjacent to their continental and insular coastlines.
Art.4.2 2. The Eastern Pacific coastal States Parties to the present Agreement shall provide the Organization's Secretariat with the outer limits of the high seas adjacent to their coasts up to 200 miles from the continental or insular coastlines of said States.
Art.4.2.ax The provision of said information shall not be considered a recognition by Member States of said limits.
Art.4.3 3. The Governing Board may, at the recommendation of the Scientific Committee, modify this Agreement's area of application in the high seas.
Art.6 Article 6 Species covered by the present Agreement
Art.6.1 1. The present Agreement applies to the highly migratory species moving in the area covered by the present Agreement, and which are listed in Attachment (2) which forms part of the present Agreement, regardless of whether or not they require conservation measures.
Art.6.2 2. The Governing Board, based on appropriate scientific research, may modify the list of species contained in Attachment (2).