Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Objective: 

  • To promote shared responsibility and cooperative efforts among parties in the international trade of certain hazardous chemicals in order to protect human health and the environment from potential harm.
  • To contribute to the environmentally sound use of those hazardous chemicals by facilitating information exchange about their characteristics by providing for a nationaldecision making process on their imports and exports and disseminating these decisions to parties.

Date signed:                              11th September 1998

Date of adoption:                      10th September 1998

Date of Ratification:                   3rd February 2005

Date entered into Force:            4th May 2005.

Government Obligation:  To contribute to the environmentally sound use of those hazardous chemicals by facilitating information exchange about their characteristics by providing for a nationaldecision making process on their imports and exports and disseminating these decisions to parties.

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