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Membership Information for: Amendments to the Protocol Adopting Annex VI - Regulations For The Prevention Of Air Pollution From Ships To The International Convention For The Prevention Of Pollution From Ships (Amendments to the NOx Technical Code 2008 Nitrogen Oxides from Marine Diesel Engines (Testing of gas-fuelled and dual fuel engines)

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.
Country2016201720182019
Ratifiers0000
Members (agreement in force)0878787
Antigua and Barbuda0222
Australia0222
Azerbaijan0222
Bahamas0222
Bangladesh0222
Barbados0222
Belgium0222
Belize0222
Benin0222
Brazil0222
Bulgaria0222
Canada0222
Chile0222
China0222
Congo, Republic of the0222
Cook Islands0222
Croatia0222
Cyprus0222
Czech Republic0222
Denmark0222
Estonia0222
Finland0222
France0222
Germany0222
Ghana0222
Greece0222
Guatemala0222
India0222
Indonesia0222
Iran0222
Ireland0222
Italy0222
Jamaica0222
Japan0222
Jordan0222
Kenya0222
Kiribati0222
Korea, Republic of0222
Kuwait0222
Latvia0222
Liberia0222
Lithuania0222
Luxembourg0222
Malaysia0222
Malta0222
Marshall Islands0222
Mongolia0222
Montenegro0222
Morocco0222
Netherlands0222
Nigeria0222
Niue0222
Norway0222
Palau0222
Panama0222
Peru0222
Poland0222
Portugal0222
Romania0222
Russian Federation0222
Saint Kitts and Nevis0222
Saint Lucia0222
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0222
Samoa0222
Saudi Arabia0222
Serbia0222
Sierra Leone0222
Singapore0222
Slovakia0222
Slovenia0222
South Africa0222
Spain0222
Sweden0222
Switzerland0222
Syria0222
Tonga0222
Trinidad and Tobago0222
Tunisia0222
Turkey0222
Turkmenistan0222
Tuvalu0222
Ukraine0222
United Kingdom0222
United States0222
Uruguay0222
Vanuatu0222
Viet Nam0222
Members (agreement in force)0878787
Ratifiers0000

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