International Commissions for the Protection of the Moselle and Saar (ICPMS)
Commissions internationales pour la protection de la Moselle et de la Sarre (CIPMS)
Internationale Kommissionen zum Schutze von Mosel und Saar (IKSMS)
1961-12-20 Paris France
20 Dec 1961, Paris (France), as International Commissions for the Protection of the Moselle and Saar against Pollution – Commissions internationales pour la protection de la Moselle et de la Sarre contre la pollution – Internationale Kommissionen zum Schutze von Mosel und Saar gegen Verunreinigung, in fulfillment of Article 55 of T-XT5661 - Convention on the Canalization of the Moselle, adopted 27 Oct 1956, Luxembourg, on signature of protocols setting up the two Commissions. The two protocols entered into force, 1 Jul 1962. First meeting of Commissions: 29 Jan 1963, Paris. Office in Trier (Germany) established by a complementary protocol, signed Mar 1990. A second complementary protocol, signed Nov 1992, conferred legal capacity and legal competence to the Commissions.
Coordinate members' work to protect the rivers and their whole drainage area against pollution and flooding; provide a platform in view of the implementation of the 'European Water Framework Directive'.
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