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Researcher: 
Mitchell
Treaty Name and Text
Agreement Name: 
Agreement Extending The Agreement Between The Government Of The United States of America And The Government Of The Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics On Certain Fishery Problems In The Northeastern Part Of The Pacific Ocean Off The Coast Of The United States of America
Alternative Treaty Names: 
Agreement Extending the Agreement Between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on Certain Fishery Problems in the Northeastern Part of the Pacific Ocean Off the Coast of the United States of America, Washington, February 13, 1967, Washington
Possible Sources (additional): 
RS-VI:3043
Signature/Entry into Force/Termination
Date IEA was Signed: 
1967-12-18
Signature Year: 
1967
Place IEA was signed: 
Washington
Entry into force (EIF) Date: 
1967-12-18
Treaty Type
Membership eligibility (multilateral, bilateral, etc): 
Agreement Type Level 3: 
E (environment) Code (agreement is environmental or not): 
Environmental
Source for E (environmental) code: 
Title
Text used for E (environmental) coding: 
Agreement Extending The Agreement Between The Government Of The United States of America And The Government Of The Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics On Certain Fishery Problems In The Northeastern Part Of The Pacific Ocean Off The Coast Of The United States of America
Specific words used to code agreement as E (environmental): 
fish/ocean/pacific ocean
Lineage
Lineage: 
USA-USSR Northeastern Pacific US Coast Fisheries
Sequence: 
100.010
Secretariat and auspices
Legacy
Hidden fields
Version: 
2007.10
Inclusion Auto-Generated: 
BEA - Bilateral Environmental Agreements
Subject: 
Species/Fauna/Fish/Ocean/Region
Category: 
ENV/FISH
Lang1: 
EN.txt
Deletable
Treaty Text (legacy)
Core Filename: 
1967-AgreementExtending-1967-USUSSRCertainFisheryProblemsNortheasternPacificOffUSCoast
Date text posted to IEA: 
20070623
Member Code: 
USA,USR,
Members: 
United States,Union of Soviet Socialist Republics,
OrigMEAgrees: 
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