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Seabed Council To Approve Sulphides Regulations
The Council of the International Seabed Authority in a meeting yesterday afternoon decided by consensus to adopt a draft decision related to the Regulations which it had continued to deliberate upon at the 16th Session. The Council has decided to remove regulation 23: Overlapping claims, from the draft Regulations on prospecting and exploration for polymetallic sulphides in...

Nauru Proposal Gets Seabed Council Attention
The Council of the International Seabed Authority yesterday heard divergent views on a proposal by Nauru for an advisory opinion from the Seabed Disputes Chambers of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. The Government of Nauru had sponsored an entity; Nauru Ocean Resources  Inc., for a plan of work in prospecting and exploration for polymetallic...

Assembly And Council Meetings To Continue Deliberations At ISA 16th Session On Monday 3 May 2010
In its meetings on Friday, the ISA Assembly continued  deliberations on a range of issues including the need for the adoption of the draft regulations on polymetallic sulphides, the promotino of training of scientists from developing countries through the Authority's Endowment Fund and the need for more technical workshops and regional sensitization seminars. In the...

ISA Assembly Elects Vice Presidents, Begins Debate On Report Of The Secretary-General
The Assembly of the International Seabed Authority yesterday elected Bangladesh (Asian Group), Uganda (African Group), Czech Republic (Eastern European Group) and Trinidad and Tobago (Group of Latin American and Caribbean States) as its Vice-Presidents for 2010. Also elected to the Credentials Committee were the representatives of Australia, China, Haiti, Namibia, Russian...

Syamal Kanti Das Of India Elected President Of ISA Council For 2010
Syamal Kanti Das of India was yesterday elected President of Council of the International Seabed Authority for 2010.  Mr Das (Biographical Note) is currently Advisor of his country's Ministry of Earth Sciences and Secretary to the Earth Science Commission of the Government of India. At its session, Council also elected four vice-presidents : Cote d'Ivoire (...

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