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Agreement on Cooperation in Research, Conservation and Management of Marine Mammals in the North Atlantic

Published July 7, 1992

The Agreement on Cooperation in Research, Conservation and Management of Marine Mammals in the North Atlantic was signed on April 9, 1992 by Norway, Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands and entered into force on July 7, 1992. and entered into force on July 7, 1992. The treaty established the North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission. The agreement states, "the objective of the Commission shall be to contribute through regional consultation and cooperation to the conservation, rational management and study of marine mammals in the North Atlantic".

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