Seabed Authority work to be reviewed at 23rd session

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ISA delegates at work. Photo: Arlo Hemphill, DSM Observer


“For the first time in its history, provision has been made for a review of the work of the International Seabed Authority (ISA).

The provision which falls under Article 154 of the Law of the Sea Convention will see the general assembly considering a report produced by a contracted entity primarily through a process of consultation with member states.

“They (contracted entity) did so by way of interviews, questionnaires, and interaction with the secretariat from last year,” said permanent representative of Jamaica to the International Seabed Authority, Sheila Sealy Monteith, at the first official meeting of the general assembly of the 23rd session of the ISA.”

Read the full article on Jamaica Gleaner


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