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Membership Information for: Amendments To Annex IV of the Protocol of 1978 Relating to The International Convention For The Prevention Of Pollution From Ships (Baltic Sea Special Area and Form of ISPP Certificate)

Signed: 2016-04-22; Entered into force: 2017-09-01; Terminated:
Source for membership data: http://www.imo.org/en/About/Conventions/StatusOfConventions/Documents/Status%20-…
Last downloaded: 2016-10-15; Last known update: 2016-04-04
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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.
Country20162017201820192020
Ratifiers00000
Members (agreement in force)0138138138138
Albania02222
Algeria02222
Angola02222
Antigua and Barbuda02222
Argentina02222
Australia02222
Austria02222
Azerbaijan02222
Bangladesh02222
Barbados02222
Belarus02222
Belgium02222
Belize02222
Benin02222
Bolivia02222
Brazil02222
Bulgaria02222
Cambodia02222
Cameroon02222
Canada02222
Cape Verde02222
Chile02222
China02222
Colombia02222
Comoros02222
Congo, Republic of the02222
Cote d'Ivoire02222
Croatia02222
Cyprus02222
Czech Republic02222
Denmark02222
Djibouti02222
Dominican Republic02222
Ecuador02222
Egypt02222
El Salvador02222
Equatorial Guinea02222
Estonia02222
Fiji02222
Finland02222
France02222
Gabon02222
Gambia02222
Georgia02222
Germany02222
Ghana02222
Greece02222
Guatemala02222
Guinea02222
Guyana02222
Honduras02222
Hungary02222
India02222
Indonesia02222
Iran02222
Ireland02222
Italy02222
Jamaica02222
Japan02222
Jordan02222
Kazakhstan02222
Kenya02222
Kiribati02222
Korea, Democratic People's Republic02222
Korea, Republic of02222
Kuwait02222
Latvia02222
Lebanon02222
Liberia02222
Libya02222
Lithuania02222
Luxembourg02222
Madagascar02222
Malawi02222
Malaysia02222
Malta02222
Marshall Islands02222
Mauritania02222
Mauritius02222
Moldova02222
Monaco02222
Mongolia02222
Montenegro02222
Morocco02222
Mozambique02222
Myanmar02222
Netherlands02222
Nicaragua02222
Nigeria02222
Niue02222
Norway02222
Oman02222
Pakistan02222
Palau02222
Panama02222
Papua New Guinea02222
Peru02222
Philippines02222
Poland02222
Portugal02222
Qatar02222
Romania02222
Russian Federation02222
Saint Kitts and Nevis02222
Saint Lucia02222
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines02222
Samoa02222
Sao Tome and Principe02222
Saudi Arabia02222
Senegal02222
Serbia02222
Sierra Leone02222
Singapore02222
Slovakia02222
Slovenia02222
Solomon Islands02222
South Africa02222
Spain02222
Sri Lanka02222
Sudan02222
Suriname02222
Sweden02222
Switzerland02222
Syria02222
Tanzania02222
Togo02222
Tonga02222
Trinidad and Tobago02222
Tunisia02222
Turkey02222
Turkmenistan02222
Tuvalu02222
United Arab Emirates02222
United Kingdom02222
Uruguay02222
Vanuatu02222
Venezuela02222
Viet Nam02222
Members (agreement in force)0138138138138
Ratifiers00000

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