Indian Ocean Marine Affairs Cooperation (IOMAC)
Coopération sur des affaires maritimes dans l'Océan indien
Cooperación sobre Asuntos Maritimos en el Océano Indico
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within the framework of E-XE3381 - UNCTAD, at 1st Conference on Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation in Marine Affairs in the Indian Ocean, a Consultative Meeting of 1st Conference having been held 15-20 Jul 1985, Colombo (Sri Lanka). The report of this meeting is adopted as the Programme of Cooperation on Indian Ocean Marine Affairs.
Adopt: a strategy for enhancing economic development of Indian Ocean States through integration of ocean-related activities in their respective development processes; and a policy of integrated ocean management through regular and continuing dialogue and cooperative international and regional action with particular emphasis on technical cooperation among developing countries.
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Standing Committee (10 persons), nominated by Conference, represents major geographical areas and principal ocean-related interests.
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