Asia and Pacific Plant Protection Commission (APPPC)
Commission phytosanitaire pour l'Asie et le Pacifique
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21 Nov 1955, within the framework of B-XB0971 - FAO, on approval by FAO Council of Article II of T-XT5620 - Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific Region, which came into force 2 Jul 1956. Executed by E-XE0151 - FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (RAP) Original title: Plant Protection Committee for the South-East Asia and Pacific Region (PPCSEAPR) -- Comité phytosanitaire pour la région de l'Asie du Sud-Est et du Pacifique. Present name adopted 16 Feb 1983. Also referred to by English initials PPC/AP.
Strengthen international cooperation in plant protection, particularly with regard to measures for preventing the introduction and spread of plant diseases and pests dangerous to vegetation in the region; provide inter-governmental consultation on action required for protection of plant resources in the region.
Events2020-07-06 | Rome, Italy – Regional Plant Protection Organizations (RPPOs) Annual Technical Consultation
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Commission (meets every 2 years) submits reports to member Governments through the Director-General of FAO, who is responsible for convening its meetings. Executive Committee. Consultant Services. Expert Panels.
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