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Membership Information for: Amendment to Annex I to the Protocol To The Convention On The Prevention Of Marine Pollution By Dumping Of Wastes And Other Matter (Regulating Carbon Sequestration in Sub-Seabed Geological Formations)

Signed: 2006-11-02; Entered into force: 2007-02-10; Terminated:
Source for membership data: http://www.imo.org/en/About/Conventions/StatusOfConventions/Documents/Status%20-…
Last downloaded: 2016-10-15; Last known update: 2007-02-10
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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.
Country200620072008200920102011201220132014201520162017201820192020
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Japan022222222222222
Kenya002222222222222
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Members (agreement in force)03236373941424345464646464646
Ratifiers000000000000000

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