North-East Atlantic Fisheries Commission (NEAFC)
Commission des pêches de l'Atlantique Nord-Est (CPANE)
Comisión de Pesquerias del Atlantico Nordeste
Established as successor to Commission of the same name set up 24 Jan 1959, London (UK), on signature of the T-XT5902 - North-East Atlantic Fisheries Convention, which came into force on 27 Jun 1963, superseding the International Fisheries Convention, signed 5 Apr 1946, London, which had set up Permanent Commission of the International Fisheries Convention of 1946. Present Convention, T-XT8086 - Convention on Future Multilateral Cooperation in North-East Atlantic Fisheries, 1980, came into force 17 Mar 1982. The 1982 Convention was amended in 2004 and 2006; came into force Oct 2013.
Promote long-term conservation and optimum utilization of fishery resources of the North-East Atlantic area so as to safeguard the marine ecosystems in which the resources occur; encourage international cooperation and consultation with respect to these resources.
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Annual Meeting, always in London (UK); Permanent Committees (2); Working Groups.
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