Thursday, August 13, 2020

Convention on Internatinal Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES)

 Objective: To ensure that international trade in specimen of wild animals and plants do not threaten their survival.

Date Adopted:                                           3rd March 1973

Date of Ratification:                                   13th March 1979

 Date Entered into Force:                       13th December 1979

Government Obligation:  To ensure Kenya’s endangered species are protected from dangers of international trade, protect their survival and regulate international trade on endangered species.

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