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The Convention on the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Baltic Sea Area, 1992, entered into force on 17 January 2000)
 
The Convention on the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Baltic Sea Area, 1992, entered into force on 17 January 2000)
  
 
The governing body of the Convention is the Helsinki Commission - Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission - also known as HELCOM. The present Contracting Parties to HELCOM are Denmark, Estonia, European Community, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden.
 
The governing body of the Convention is the Helsinki Commission - Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission - also known as HELCOM. The present Contracting Parties to HELCOM are Denmark, Estonia, European Community, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden.
  
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==See Also==
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[[HELCOM (Helsinki Commission) + Helsinki Convention]]
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==External link==
 
(http://www.helcom.fi/Convention/en_GB/convention/)
 
(http://www.helcom.fi/Convention/en_GB/convention/)
 
[[Category:Definitions]]
 
[[Category:Definitions]]
 
[[Category:Open oceans/temperate oceans]]
 
[[Category:Open oceans/temperate oceans]]
 
[[Category:International coastal organisation]]
 
[[Category:International coastal organisation]]

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The Convention on the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Baltic Sea Area, 1992, entered into force on 17 January 2000)

The governing body of the Convention is the Helsinki Commission - Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission - also known as HELCOM. The present Contracting Parties to HELCOM are Denmark, Estonia, European Community, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden.


See Also

HELCOM (Helsinki Commission) + Helsinki Convention

External link

(http://www.helcom.fi/Convention/en_GB/convention/)