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Membership Information for: Amendments to Annex A to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (listing hexabromocyclododecane)

Signed: 2013-05-10; Entered into force: 2014-11-26; Terminated:
Source for membership data: http://chm.pops.int/Portals/0/download.aspx?d=UNEP-POPS-TREATY-NOTIF-CN934-2013....
Last downloaded: 2016-10-15; Last known update: 2014-11-26
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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.
Country2013201420152016201720182019
Ratifiers0000000
Members (agreement in force)0158158163163163163
Afghanistan0222222
Albania0222222
Algeria0222222
Angola0222222
Antigua and Barbuda0222222
Argentina0000000
Armenia0222222
Australia0000000
Austria0222222
Azerbaijan0222222
Bahamas0222222
Bahrain0000000
Bangladesh0000000
Barbados0222222
Belarus0222222
Belgium0222222
Belize0222222
Benin0222222
Bolivia0222222
Bosnia and Herzegovina0222222
Botswana0002222
Brazil0222222
Bulgaria0222222
Burkina Faso0222222
Burundi0222222
Cambodia0222222
Cameroon0222222
Canada0000000
Cape Verde0222222
Central African Republic0222222
Chad0222222
Chile0222222
China0002222
Colombia0222222
Comoros0222222
Congo, Democratic Republic of0222222
Congo, Republic of the0222222
Cook Islands0222222
Costa Rica0222222
Cote d'Ivoire0222222
Croatia0222222
Cuba0222222
Cyprus0222222
Czech Republic0222222
Denmark0222222
Djibouti0222222
Dominica0222222
Dominican Republic0222222
Ecuador0222222
Egypt0222222
El Salvador0222222
Eritrea0222222
Estonia0000000
Ethiopia0222222
European Union0200000
Fiji0222222
Finland0222222
France0222222
Gabon0222222
Gambia0222222
Georgia0222222
Germany0222222
Ghana0222222
Greece0222222
Guatemala0000000
Guinea0222222
Guinea-Bissau0222222
Guyana0222222
Honduras0222222
Hungary0222222
Iceland0222222
India0000000
Indonesia0222222
Iran0222222
Iraq0002222
Ireland0222222
Jamaica0222222
Japan0222222
Jordan0222222
Kazakhstan0222222
Kenya0222222
Kiribati0222222
Korea, Democratic People's Republic0222222
Korea, Republic of0022222
Kuwait0222222
Kyrgyzstan0222222
Laos0222222
Latvia0222222
Lebanon0222222
Lesotho0222222
Liberia0222222
Libya0222222
Liechtenstein0222222
Lithuania0222222
Luxembourg0222222
Macedonia0222222
Madagascar0222222
Malawi0222222
Maldives0222222
Mali0222222
Marshall Islands0222222
Mauritania0222222
Mauritius0000000
Mexico0222222
Micronesia0002222
Moldova0000000
Monaco0222222
Mongolia0222222
Montenegro0222222
Morocco0222222
Mozambique0222222
Myanmar0222222
Namibia0222222
Nauru0222222
Nepal0222222
Netherlands0222222
New Zealand0002222
Nicaragua0222222
Niger0222222
Nigeria0222222
Niue0222222
Norway0222222
Oman0222222
Pakistan0222222
Palau0222222
Panama0222222
Papua New Guinea0222222
Paraguay0222222
Peru0222222
Philippines0222222
Poland0222222
Portugal0222222
Qatar0222222
Romania0222222
Russian Federation0000000
Rwanda0222222
Saint Kitts and Nevis0222222
Saint Lucia0222222
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0222222
Samoa0222222
Sao Tome and Principe0222222
Saudi Arabia0222222
Senegal0222222
Serbia0000000
Seychelles0222222
Sierra Leone0222222
Singapore0222222
Slovakia0222222
Slovenia0000000
Solomon Islands0222222
Somalia0222222
South Africa0222222
Spain0000000
Sri Lanka0222222
Sudan0222222
Suriname0222222
Swaziland0222222
Sweden0222222
Switzerland0222222
Syria0222222
Tajikistan0222222
Tanzania0222222
Thailand0222222
Togo0222222
Tonga0222222
Trinidad and Tobago0222222
Tunisia0222222
Turkey0222222
Tuvalu0222222
Uganda0222222
Ukraine0222222
United Arab Emirates0222222
United Kingdom0222222
Uruguay0222222
Vanuatu0000000
Venezuela0000000
Viet Nam0222222
Yemen0222222
Zambia0222222
Zimbabwe0222222
Members (agreement in force)0158158163163163163
Ratifiers0000000

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  • Countries listed are those that have signed and/or ratified the IEA in question.
  • Legend:
    • 0 (pink): Signer: country signed but did not ratify IEA. Status is 0 for all countries until IEA enters into force.
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    • Membership row is count (not sum) of members.
  • If membership data source lacks entry into force date, membership is inferred from year of ratification, if that year occurs after entry into force year of IEA.
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