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NPAFC Convention

Convention for the Conservation of Anadromous Stocks in the North Pacific Ocean

This Convention is the international agreement that established the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission (NPAFC). The Convention was signed by Canada, Japan, Russian Federation, and United States of America on February 11, 1992, and it took effect on February 16, 1993. On May 27, 2003, the Republic of Korea acceded to the Convention bringing the current number of Commission members to five countries. The primary objective of the Commission is to provide a mechanism for international cooperation promoting the conservation of anadromous stocks in the NPAFC Convention Area of the North Pacific Ocean.

The Convention document includes 18 articles and the Annex. The Convention in English, Japanese, Korean, and Russian languages is available for download.

CONVENTION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF ANADROMOUS STOCKS IN THE NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN The Parties to this Convention: Recognizing that anadromous stocks in the North Pacific Ocean originate primarily in the waters of Canada, Japan, the Russian Federation and the United States of America; Read more (PDF)

この条約の締約国は、 北太平洋における溯河性魚類の系群が、主としてカナダ、日本国、ロシア連邦及びアメリカ合衆国の河川その他の水域に発生することを認め、もっと読む (PDF)

북태평양소하성자원보존협약 1992년 2월 11일 모스크바에서 서명 1993년 2월 16일 발효 이 협약의 당사자는 북태평양의 소하성자원이 주로 캐나다일본러시아연방 및 미합중국의 수역에서 기원함을 인식하고, 이러한 자원들이 북태평양의 일정 수역에 혼재함을 인식하며,  더 읽어보기 (PDF)

КОНВЕНЦИЯ О СОХРАНЕНИИ ЗАПАСОВ АНАДРОМНЫХ ВИДОВ В СЕВЕРНОЙ ЧАСТИ ТИХОГО ОКЕАНА Стороны настоящей Конвенции, признавая, что запасы анадромных видов в северной части Тихого океана образуются в первую очередь в водах Канады, Японии, Российской Федерации и Соединенных Штатов Америки;  Читать дальше (PDF)










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