International Coordinating Committee on the Safeguarding and Development of the Historic Site of Angkor (ICC-Angkor)
Comité international de coordination pour la sauvegarde et le développement du site historique d'Angkor (CIC-Angkor)
1993 Phnom Penh Cambodia
Founded 1993, Phnom Penh (Cambodia), following first Intergovernmental Conference on Safeguarding the Angkor Site, co-chaired by Japan and France, at the appeal of His Majesty King Norodom Sihanouk. The conference adopted the "Tokyo Declaration", the founding document defining the spirit, framework and conditions for international action implemented and coordinated by ICC-Angkor. Action plan outlined during Second Intergovernmental Conference, Paris (France), in accord with Cambodia and Japan and the assistance of UNESCO.
Conserve and promote sustainable development of the Angkor World Heritage Site; serve as a forum for exchange of ideas, information and research methodologies to conserve and promote sustainable development of the Site.
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Plenary Session (in December); Technical Session (in Jun and December). Co-chaired by France and Japan, in close liaison with Royal Government of Cambodia, and in collaboration with APSARA Authority. Standing Secretariat services provided by B-XB3383 - UNESCO. Ad hoc groups of experts (2).
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