Nordic Journal of International Law 69: 381–393, 2000. © 2000 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 381 Elements of Nordic Practice 1999: The Nordic Countries in Coordination Introduction Nordic co-ordination and collaboration in the field of international law has continued during the year 1999 and is well established. 1 The following examples have been selected to give an overview of joint Nordic activities in this field. 1. Report of the International Law Commission on Its Fifty-First Session 2 The report of the Commission was discussed in the Sixth Committee of the 54th Gen- eral Assembly over a period of two weeks from October 25 till November 5, 1999. During the debate, the Nordic countries presented views on the working methods of the Commission as well as on a number of issues dealt with in the report. a. Programme, Procedures and Working Methods of the Commission (Chapter X) On October 25, 1999 the representative of Norway on the Sixth Committee made a statement on behalf of the Nordic countries (excerpts): The presentation of a final draft in the form of a declaration on the topic of nationality of natural persons in relation to succession of States, represents an
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