International Baltic Sea Fishery Commission (IBSFC)
Commission internationale des pêches de la Baltique
Comisión Internacional de Pesca del Mar Baltico
13 Sep 1973, Warsaw (Poland), as an intergovernmental organization, following signature of Convention on Fishing and Conservation of the Living Resources in the Baltic Sea and the Belts (Gdansk convention), Sep 1973, Gdansk (Poland) in which Denmark, Finland, German DR, Germany FR, Poland, Sweden and USSR took part. Convention entered into force 28 July 1974. Following withdrawal of all member states, except from Poland and Russia, ceased to exist as an international organization 1 Jan 2006.
Establish regulation of fisheries and conservation of living resources in the Baltic Sea; promote coordination of scientific research and joint programmes.Available with paid subscription only.
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