Protection of the Black Sea Ministerial Declaration Odessa, 7 April 1993 The Ministers responsible for the protection of the marine environment of the Black Sea coastal states assembled in Odessa, Recalling the decisions and recommendations of the United States Conference on Environment and Development and desiring to provide the policy guidance for the implementation of Agenda 21 in the Black Sea region; Reaffirming to the provisions of the Convention on the Protection of the Black Sea against Pollution, Protocols and the Resolutions adopted at Bucharest, April 21, 1992; Concerned about the continued deterioration of the ecosystem and the degradation of its natural resources despite the measures taken by the coastal states; Determined to individually and jointly take effective measures to ensure the sustainable development of the Black Sea; Recognising that the rehabilitation, protection and preservation of the Black Sea can be ensured only through bilateral and multilateral co-operation, including co-operation with relevant international organisations; Convinced of the need for close co-operation with states and International bodies concerned with the rehabilitation, protection and preservation of the waters of the rivers flowing Into the Black Sea; Also convinced that public participation in appropriate local, national and regional forums needs to
The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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