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Paragraphs in "Agreement On Cooperative Enforcement Operations Directed At Illegal Trade In Wild Fauna And Flora" coded as IMPL

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Art.4 Article 4
Art.4.1 1. The Parties shall, individually and/or jointly, take appropriate measures in accordance with this Agreement to investigate and prosecute cases of illegal trade.
Art.4.2 2. Each Party shall co-operate with one another and with the Task Force to ensure the effective implementation of this Agreement.
Art.4.3 3. Each Party shall provide the Task Force on a regular basis with relevant information and scientific data relating to illegal trade.
Art.4.4 4. Each Party shall provide the Task Force with technical assistance relating to its operations, as needed by the Task Force.
Art.4.5 5. Each Party shall accord to the Director, Field Officers and the Intelligence Officer of the Task Force while engaged in carrying out the functions of the Task Force in accordance with paragraph 9 of Article 5, the relevant privileges and immunities, including those specified under paragraph 11 of Article 5.
Art.4.6 6. Each Party shall protect information designated as confidential that becomes available to any of the Parties in connection with the implementation of this Agreement. Such information shall be used exclusively for the purposes of implementing this Agreement.
Art.4.7 7. Each Party shall encourage public awareness campaigns aimed at enlisting public support for the objective of this Agreement, and the said campaigns shall be so designed as to encourage public reporting of illegal trade.
Art.4.8 8. Each Party shall adopt and enforce such legislative and administrative measures as may be necessary for the purposes of giving effect to this Agreement.
Art.4.9 9. Each Party shall return to the country of original export or country of re-export any specimen of species of wild fauna and flora confiscated in the course of illegal trade, provided that:
Art.4.9.a (a) the country of original export of the specimen(s) can be determined; or
Art.4.9.b (b) the country of re-export is able to show evidence that the specimen(s) re-exported were imported by that country in accordance with the provisions of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora governing import and re-export; and
Art.4.9.c (c) the costs of returning such specimens of wild fauna and flora are borne by the country receiving the specimen(s) , unless there is an alternative offer to bear costs to which both the Party returning the specimen(s) and the Party receiving the specimen(s) agree.
Art.4.10 10. Each Party shall pay its contribution to the budget of the Task Force as determined by the Governing Council.
Art.4.11 11. Each Party shall report to the Governing Council on implementation of its obligations under this Agreement at intervals as determined by the Governing Council.