European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO)
Organisation Européenne et Méditerranéenne pour la Protection des Plantes (OEPP)
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Established by convention signed in Paris (France), an International Colorado Beetle Committee -- Comité international de lutte contre le doryphore having been set up in 1947, Brussels (Belgium), and expanded, Jan 1950, to become European Plant Protection Organization -- Organisation européenne pour la protection des plantes.
Develop and international strategy against the introduction and spread of pests that damage cultivated and wild plants in natural and agricultural ecosystems, including invasive alien plants; encourage harmonization of phytosanitary regulations and all other areas of official plant protection action; promote the use of modern, safe and effective pest control methods; provide a documentation service on plant protection.
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Council (meets annually); Executive Committee. Working Parties (2) open to officially appointed government representatives. International conferences are open.
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