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Proceedings of the Twenty-sixth Executive Committee Meeting

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Friday, April 16, 2021
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The 26th EC Meeting was held virtually on 30 March 2021 via a Zoom conference call. The meeting was an expanded one and was attended by the EC members and country- and non-country partners of the East Asian Seas (EAS) Partnership in light of key decisions that need to be made on the nature and format of the EAS Congress 2021 , following the agreement of the 25th EC Meeting held on 27 October 2020. The PEMSEA Resource Facility (PRF) served as the secretariat for the meeting.

 

DOCUMENT NUMBER DOCUMENT TITLE
EC/26/DOC/01a List of Documents
EC/26/DOC/01b Zoom Meeting Guidelines
EC/26/DOC/01c Opening Remarks
EC/26/DOC/01d Provisional Annotated Agenda of the Council and Technical Session
EC/26/DOC/02 2020 PEMSEA Accomplishments
EC/26/DOC/03 EAS Congress 2021
EC/26/DOC/06 Provisional Annotated Agenda of the Intergovernmental Session
EC/26/DOC/07 Draft Conceptual Framework for the 7th Ministerial Declaration
EC/26/DOC/08 Proposed 2021-2022 Work Plan and Budget of the PRF
EC/26/DOC/10 Closing remarks

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