Inter-State Ecological Council (IEC)
Mezgosudarstvennyj Ekologiceskij Sovet (MES)
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1992-07-09 Minsk Belarus
9 Jul 1992, Minsk (Belarus), in accordance with the 'Agreement on Cooperation in the Domain of Ecology and Environmental Protection', signed 8 Feb 1992, Moscow (Russia), by the Heads of State of 10 member countries of F-XF2417 - Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
Coordinate and implement a concerted policy in the domain of ecology and environmental protection; harmonize nature protection legislative acts, norms and standards; conduct environmental impact assessment of productive forces' development programmes and forecasts, investment and other projects; develop environmental awareness and education; ensure transparency in dealing with environmental issues; develop an inter-state environmental information system.
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Council meets annually and comprises representatives of nature protection agencies and departments of member countries. Working groups. Secretariat in Minsk (Belarus).
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