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Membership Information for: Amendments To The Convention For The Establishment Of The European And Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization

Signed: 1973-09-19; Entered into force: 1973-09-19; Terminated:
Source for membership data: http://www.finlex.fi/fi/sopimukset/sopsteksti/1991/19910050
Last downloaded: 2016-10-15; Last known update: 1973-12-11
The following is data currently in the IEA database for agreement actions. Agreement actions (signature, ratification, entry into force) can change frequently. The IEA Database Project updates this data approximately once a year and tries to ensure it is current and accurate. You are encouraged to visit the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO) website to look for the most accurate and up-to-date membership information. If you have questions about this data or notice inaccuracies, please contact the Project Director.
This amendment was adopted under a provision of the agreement being amended that allows for entry into force via their “tacit acceptance,” for all countries that do not object in a specified period of time. The membership information here has been inferred based on membership in the agreement being amended.
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