Baltic Ports Organization (BPO)
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1991-10-10 Copenhagen Denmark
Statutes adopted 26-27 Mar 1992, Tallinn (Estonia), at 1st General Assembly; most recently revised 1 Jun 2006, Stockholm (Sweden).
Increase transfer of cargo and passengers between ports of the Baltic Sea; improve competitiveness of maritime transport in the Baltic region; promote policies and viewpoints of ports in the region with relevant international bodies; study problems relating to the port industry in the context of international treaties so as to keep members informed and to seek common positions; cooperate on subjects concerning preservation of the environment.
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