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Paragraphs in "Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine" coded as INFO

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Art.5.1 1. to step up their cooperation and to inform one another, particularly regarding actions taken in their territory to protect the Rhine;
Art.5.2 2. to implement in their territory the international measuring programmes and the studies of the Rhine ecosystem agreed upon by the Commission and to inform the Commission of the results;
Art.5.6 6. in the event of incidents or accidents that might threaten the quality of the water of the Rhine or in the event of imminent flooding, immediately to inform the Commission and the Contracting Parties liable to be affected, in accordance with the warning and alert plans coordinated by the Commission
Art.8.3 3. The Commission shall submit an annual activity report to the Contracting Parties.
Art.8.4 4. The Commission shall inform the public as to the state of the Rhine and the results of its work. It may draft and publish reports.
Art.11.3 3. The Contracting Parties shall report regularly to the Commission on:
Art.11.3.a (a) the legislative, regulatory and other measures they have taken with a view to implementing the provisions of this Convention and on the basis of the Commission's decisions;
Art.11.3.b (b) the results of the measures implemented in accordance with subparagraph (a);
Art.11.3.c (c) problems arising in the implementation of the measures referred to in subparagraph (a).
Art.11.4 4. If a Contracting Party cannot implement the Commission's decisions, in full or in part, it shall report this within a specific time limit set by the Commission on a case-by-case basis and shall give its reasons. Each delegation may submit a request for consultation, to which a response must be given within two months. On the basis of the reports from the Contracting Parties or of consultations, the Commission may decide that measures will be taken to assist the implementation of the decisions.
Art.11.5 5. The Commission shall keep a list of its decisions addressed to the Contracting Parties. The Contracting Parties shall add to the list annually with updates on the progress made in implementing the Commission's decisions, at the latest two months before the Plenary Session of the Commission.
Art.14.3 3. The Commission shall exchange information with non-governmental organisations insofar as their fields of interest or activities are relevant. The Commission shall in particular consult such organisations before discussing decisions liable to have an important impact on them and shall inform them as soon as such decisions have been taken.
Art.14.4 4. Observers may submit to the Commission any information or reports relevant to the aims of the Convention. They may be invited to participate in Commission meetings without having the right to vote.