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Researcher: 
Mitchell
Treaty Name and Text
Agreement Name: 
North Pacific Driftnet Agreement Between The United States of America And Japan
Possible Sources (additional): 
LEX-FAOC008790; bi8790.pdf; Treaties and Other International Acts Series 11882, pp . 1-15.
Signature/Entry into Force/Termination
Date IEA was signed: 
1992-06-16
Signature Year: 
1992
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: 
North Pacific Driftnet Agreement Between The United States of America And Japan
Specific words used to code agreement as E (environmental): 
driftnet
Lineage
Lineage: 
Not Yet Assigned
Sequence in lineage: 
100.000
Secretariat and auspices
Secretariat: 
Legacy
Hidden fields
Version: 
2007.10
Inclusion Auto-Generated: 
BEA - Bilateral Environmental Agreements
Subject: 
Species/Fauna/Fish/Ocean
Category: 
ENV/FISH
Deletable
Treaty Text (legacy)
Data entry notes: 
The Agreement is effected by the exchange of Letters signed at Tokyo and Washington 11 and 16 June 1992. The Agreement is followed by an Attachment.; The Agreement is effected by the exchange of Letters signed at Tokyo and Washington 11 and 16 June 1992. The Agreement is followed by an Attachment.; The Fisheries Agency of Japan proposes to the United States the Japanese Regulatory Enforcement and Information Gathering Program of the Government of Japan on the Japanese High Seas S quid and Large-mesh Driftnet Fisheries for the Period July, 1, 1992, Throughout December 31, 1992. The United States accepts to cooperate with the Government of Japan to ensure that the global moratorium on large-scale high seas driftnet fishing is realized by December 31, 1991. The Government of the United States protests the decision of the Japanese Fisheries Agency to extend the Northern Boundary of the squid fishery for July and August. The position of the U.S. Government that the United S tates has jurisdiction over U.S.-origin anadromous species throughout their migratory range, except during the time they are found within another nation's territorial sea or 200-nautical mile zone as recognized by the United States, is repeated in the Letter of reply.; FAO Descriptors: 110; 105; 020; 032; 104
Member Code: 
USA,JPN,
Members: 
United States,Japan,
OrigMEAgrees: 
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