Comisión de Pesca Continental y Acuicultura para América Latina y el Caribe (COPESCAALC)
Commission for Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture of Latin America and the Caribbean
Comissão de Pesca Continental e Aquiculture para América Latina e o Caribe
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1976 Rome Italy
1976, Rome (Italy), within the framework of B-XB0971 - FAO, by the FAO Council at its 70th Session. (Article VI-1 of the FAO Constitution). Original title: Comisión de Pesca Continental para América Latina (COPESCAL) -- Commission des pêches intérieures pour l'Amérique latine -- Commission for Inland Fisheries of Latin America. Statutes revised 2009; Statutes and current title adopted, Dec 2010.
Promote management and sustainable development of inland fisheries and aquaculture in accordance with the principles and rules of the Code of Conduct for Responsbile Fisheries of FAO.
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