Mixed Commission for Black Sea Fisheries
Commission mixte pour les pêcheries de la Mer Noire
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21 Mar 1960, on entry into force of T-XT5913 - Convention Concerning Fishing in the Black Sea, signed 7 Jul 1959, superseding a bilateral Agreement between Bulgaria and USSR, signed 10 Apr 1951. Also referred to as: Joint Commission on the Fisheries in the Black Sea (JCFBS); Mixed Commission of the Black Sea Fisheries Convention. Revived and enlarged, 1992-1993. Ad hoc working group on principles to underlie a new J-XJ9449 - Convention on fisheries and the conservation of living marine resources in the Black Sea established Jun 1993, expected to lead to signature by Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Turkey and the Ukraine in 1995. Current convention is in process of suspension but will continue to exist until new convention is signed.
Develop and coordinate measures for regulation of fisheries; carry out scientific investigations; increase fish stocks.
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Commission of governmental representatives (meets every 2 years). National delegations comprise the representative and scientific and administrative advisers. No permanent secretariat; address is address of Chairman, appointed in rotation from member countries.
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