Operational Net of Regional Cooperation of Central American Maritime Authorities
Red Operativa de Cooperación Regional de Autoridades Maritimas - Central América (ROCRAM-CA)
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1986-11-17 San José San José Costa Rica
17-19 Nov 1986, San José (Costa Rica), during 1st Meeting on Regional Maritime Cooperation between Central American countries, held with the assistance of: E-XD2307 - Comisión Centroamericana de Transporte Maritimo (COCATRAM); B-XB1117 - International Maritime Organization (IMO); F-XF3868 - Red Operativa de Cooperación Regional de Autoridades Maritimas de Sudamérica, México, Panama y Cuba (ROCRAM); E-XE3382 - UNDP; E-XE4176 - United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).
Assist development and strengthening of administrations in charge of national maritime matters; promote harmonization and updating of maritime legislation; promote and further exchange of information and experience on putting into practice international and regional juridical instruments in the field; coordinate cooperative activities with maritime authorities of South America, Mexico and Panama.
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COCATRAM acts as Permanent Technical Secretariat.
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