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Submissions by Parties

In accordance with paragraphs 15 and 16 of the annex to decision I/7 of the first session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Aarhus Convention, a submission may be brought before the Committee by one or more Parties that have reservations about another Party's compliance with its obligations under the Convention. Such a submission shall be addressed in writing to the secretariat and supported by corroborating information. The secretariat shall, within two weeks of receiving a submission, send a copy of it to the Party whose compliance is at issue. Any reply and supporting information shall be submitted to the secretariat and to the Parties involved within three months or such longer period as the circumstances of a particular case may require but in no case later than six months. The secretariat shall transmit the submission and the reply, as well as all corroborating and supporting information, to the Committee, which shall consider the matter as soon as practicable.

A submission may be brought before the Committee by a Party that concludes that, despite its best endeavours, it is or will be unable to comply fully with its obligations under the Convention. Such a submission shall be addressed in writing to the secretariat and explain, in particular, the specific circumstances that the Party considers to be the cause of its non-compliance. The secretariat shall transmit the submission to the Committee, which shall consider the matter as soon as practicable.

Submissions about compliance by other Parties  

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Parties involved

Committee's Findings

ACCC/S/2004/1

By Romania about compliance by Ukraine

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Submissions concerning own compliance  

No submissions by Parties concerning their own compliance were submitted to-date.

 

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