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Plant protection agreement for the South-east Asia and Pacific Region, Rome, December 23, 1955.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Plant protection agreement for the South-east Asia and Pacific Region, Rome, December 23, 1955.

by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Published by H.M. Stationery Off. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant quarantine

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB985 S63 F6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17030808M

    South-South and Triangular Cooperation in Asia-Pacific: Towards a new paradigm in development cooperation1 1 Prepared by Dr. Nagesh Kumar (Director-General, Research and Information System for. The Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA), previously known as the Bangkok Agreement and renamed 2 November , was signed in It is the oldest preferential trade agreement between countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Seven Participating States- Bangladesh, China, India, Lao PDR, Mongolia, Republic of Korea, and Sri Lanka are the parties to the APTA.

    The Asia and Pacific region is home to more than half of the world’s population. Its vast and diverse landmass allows for varied and extreme weather patterns as well as a high level of ethnic and cultural diversity, making it particularly prone to both natural hazards and conflicts. IV. Civil Society in Asia-Pacific Garnering support for RtoP in Asia relies on a multilevel, multi-track approach to norm-building and policy development. For Northeast and South Asia, there are currently no regional commitments, agendas or institutions related to the protection of populations from large-scale human rights violations.

      Protection of Plant Varieties. The International Convention for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV Convention) was signed in Paris in and entered into force in , seeks to acknowledge the achievements of breeders of new varieties of plants, by granting them an intellectual property right, on the basis of a set of clearly defined principles. South Asia or Southern Asia, is the southern region of the Asian continent, which comprises the sub-Himalayan countries and, for some authorities, adjoining countries to the west and aphically, it is dominated by the Indian Plate, which rises above sea level as northern parts of India south of the Himalayas and the Hindu Asia is bounded on the south by the Indian Ocean Countries: 8 states, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, .


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Plant protection agreement for the South-east Asia and Pacific Region, Rome, December 23, 1955 by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Download PDF EPUB FB2

On 26 Novemberduring its 23rd Session, the FAO Council approved the Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific Region (formerly Plant Protection Agreement for the South-East Asia and Pacific Region) for submission to Governments for acceptance. The Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific Region (formerly the Plant Protection Agreement for South-East Asia and Pacific Region) was approved by the 23rd Session of the FAO Council in November and entered into force on 2 July Rome, 27 February The Contracting Governments, desiring to prevent, through concerted action, the introduction into and spread within the South East Asia and Pacific Region of destructive plant diseases and pests, have concluded the following Agreement, which is a supplementary agreement under Article III of the International Plant Protection Convention of THE CONTRACTING GOVERNMENTS, desiring to prevent, through concerted action, the introduction into and spread within the South East Asia and Pacific Region of destructive plant diseases and pests, have concluded the following Agreement, which is a supplementary agreement under Article III of the International Plant Protection Convention of The Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific Region (formerly the Plant Protection Agreement for South-East Asia and Pacific Region), which was approved by the 23 rd Session of the FAO Council in November and entered into force on 2 Julyis an intergovernmental.

PLANT PROTECTION AGREEMENT FOR THE ASIA AND PACIFIC REGION As amended by the FAO Council at its Forty-ninth Session (Resolution 2/49 of 3 November ), Seventy-fifth Session (Resolution 5/75 of 22 June ) and Eighty-fourth Session (Resolution 1/84 of 3 November regarding Article I (a)).

Rome, Italy, 3 November PLANT PROTECTION AGREEMENT FOR THE SOUTH EAST ASIA AND PACIFIC REGION Rome, 27 February The Contracting Governments, desiring to prevent, through concerted action, the introduction into and spread within the South East Asia and Pacific Region of destructive plant diseases and pests, have concluded the following Agreement, which is a supplementary agreement under.

a) PLANT PROTECTION AGREEMENT FOR THE SOUTH EAST ASIA AND PACIFIC REGION. DONE AT ROME ON 27 FEBRUARY 1 AMENDMENTS2 to the above-mentioned Agreement Approved by the Council of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations at its seventy-fifth Session, Rome, 22 Junein its resolution 5/ THE CONTRACTING GOVERNMENTS, desiring to prevent, through concerted action, the introduction into and spread within the [[South East]] {{Asia and Pacific}} Region of destructive plant diseases and pests, have concluded the following Agreement, which is a supplementary agreement under Article III of the International Plant Protection Convention.

PLANT PROTECTION AGREEMENT FOR THE ASIA AND PACIFIC REGION. PREAMBLE. The Contracting Governments, - desiring, through cooperative action, to prevent the introduction into and spread within the Asia and Pacific Region of plant pests and to take measures for their control.

The Asia-Pacific Plant Protection Commission is committed to protecting plant, human and animal health and the environment, facilitating trade, and protecting the sustainability of agriculture.

The Commission provides a regional forum for cooperation and the full implementation of the Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific region. Plant protection agreement for the Southeast Asia and Pacific region. By Rome (Italy) FAO, AGP, RAFE and 22 Sep Kathmandu (Nepal) Sess.

11 Plant Protection Committee for the South East Asia and Pacific Region. Topics: CONVENTIONS. AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE I(a) OF THE PLANT PROTECTION AGREEMENT FOR THE ASIA AND PACIFIC REGION OF 27 FEBRUARYAS AMENDED 3 NOVEMBER Following is text of revised Article I(a): Article I.

Definitions. In this Agreement and in the appendices hereto, the following terms shall have the meaning hereby assigned to them, save as otherwise.

The CCLM recalled that the Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific Region (formerly the Plant Protection Agreement for the South-east Asia and Pacific Region) had been approved by the FAO Council at its Twenty-third Session in November and had entered into force on 2 Julyand that several amendments to the Agreement had.

Recognizing the need to revise the Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific Region to bring it into line with the revised text of the International Plant Protection Convention and the Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures and with modern requirements for plant protection.

profile of Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific Region from the Yearbook of International Organizations, Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific Region Accord sur la protection des végétaux dans la région de l'Asie et du Pacifique Rome (Italy).

Amended 30 OctRome. Agreement for the establishment of a General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean. Drawn up at Rome on 24 September Acceptance by the Syrian Arab Republic. (a) Plant Protection Agreement for the South East Asia and Pacific Region.

Done at Rome File Size: 7MB. Abstract: A brief summary of the activities of the Plant Protection plant protection Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details Committee for S.E.

Asia and Pacific Region is reported. Furthermore, this report includes all the major activities under the regional plant protection programmes of : D.

Bap Reddy. Our mission is to promote an integrated and sustainable approach to plant protection worldwide, from research through to practical application.

The IAPPS Governing Board includes 14 members representing 15 regions throughout the world. Asian and Pacific Regional Cooperation: Turning Zones of Conflict into Arenas of Peace [Haas, M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Asian and Pacific Regional Cooperation: Turning Zones of Conflict into Arenas of PeaceAuthor: Michael Haas. PP1 - Efficacy Evaluation of Plant Protection Products; PP2 - Good Plant Protection Practice; PP3 - Environmental Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products; PM1 - General Phytosanitary Measures; PM3 - Phytosanitary Procedures; PM4 - Production of Healthy Plants for Planting; PM5 - Pest Risk Analysis; PM6 - Safe use of Biological Control; PM7.History.

21 Novwithin the framework of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), on approval by FAO Council of Article II of Plant Protection Agreement for the Asia and Pacific Region, which came into force 2 July Executed by FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (RAP) Original title: Plant Protection Committee for the South-East Asia and Pacific Region.introduction of a form of legal protection on plant varieties.

Article (b) thus states that member states “shall provide for the protection of plant varieties either by patents or by an effective sui generis system or by any combination thereof.”1 The introduction of plant variety protection in .