Council of Regional Organisations of the Pacific (CROP)
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Set up 1988, as South Pacific Organizations Coordinating Committee (SPOCC), by F-XE5377 - Pacific Islands Forum. New name adopted, 1999.
Ensure coordination between the heads of the regional organizations in the Pacific; provide policy advice and falicitate policy formulation at national, regional and international level; provide a forum to enable CROP heads to collectively review progress with their respective organisations' contributions on the Framework for Pacific Regionalism.
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Permanent Chair of CROP is the Secretary General of the E-XE4630 - Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat. Council; Working Groups; Agencies (8).
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