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CONVENTION'THE PROTECTION OF THE MEDI- 2. Nothing in this Convention shall prejudice the

TERRANEAN SEA AGAINST POLLUTION codification and development of the Law of the Sea by the United Nations Conference on the Law of the

THE CONTRACTING PARTIES, Sea convened pursuant to resolution 2750 C (XXV)

I 1 of the General Assemblv of the United Nations. nor

Conscious of the economic, social, health and cu tura . ,

value of the marine environment of the Mediterranean the present of future claims and legal views of any State concerning the law of the sea and the nature and

Sea Area, extent of coastal and flag State jurisdiction.

Fully aware of their responsihiht.y to preserve this

common heritage for the benefit and enjoyment of Article 4

present and future generations, General undertakings

Hecognizing the threat posed by pollution to the- 1. The Contracting Parties shall individually 01'

murine environment, its ecological equilibrium, re- jointly take all appropriate measures in accordance

sources arid Iezitimato uses, " , f hi C ' d I

~ With the prOVISIOns 0 t IS onventron an t rose pro-

Mindful of the special hydrographic and ecological tocols in force to which they are party, to prevent, characteristics of the Mediterranean Sea Area and its

abate and combat pollution of the Mediterranean Sea

particular vulnerability to pollution, Area and to protect and enhance the marine environ-

Noting that existing international conventions on ment in that Area.

the subject do not covel', in spite of the progress achiev- 2. The Contracting Parties shall co-operate in the ed, all aspects and sources of marine pollution and do formulation and adoption of protocols, in addition to not entirely meet the special requirements of the 1\Ie- the protocols opened for signature at the same time diterranean Sea Area,

as this Convention, prescribing agreed measures, pro-

Iiealizing fully the need Ior dose eo-operation among cedures and standards for the implementation of this the States and international organizations conccerned Convention.

in a co-ordinated am: comprehensive regional approach 3. The Contracting Parties further pledge themselves for the protection and cnhancernent of the marine en- to promote, within the international bodies considered

vironment in the Mediterranean Sea Area, • to be competent by the Contracting Parties, measures

HAVE AGREED AS FOLLO WS : concerning the protection of the marine environment in the Mediterranean Sea Area from all types and sources of pollution.

Article 1

Geographical coverage

1. For the purposes of this Convention, the :\leditcrranean Sea Area shall mean the maritime waters of the Mediterranean Sea propel', including its gulfs and seas bounded to the 'West by the meridian passing through Cape Spartel lighthouse, at the entrance or the Straits of Gibraltar, and to the East by the southern limits of the Straits of the Dardanelles between Mehmetcik and K urnkale lighthouses.

2. Except as may be otherwise provided in any protocol to this Convention the Mediterranean Sea Area shall not include internal waters of the Contracting Parties.

Article :2 Definitions

FOI' the purposes of t his Convention:

a) «Pollution» means the introduction by man, deredly 01' indirectly, of substances or energy into thi marine environment resulting in such deleterious effeets as harm to living resources, hazards to human health, hitulruncr, to marine activities including fishing, impairment of quality for usc of sea water and reduction of amenities.

h) «organization» means the. hodv designated as responsible for carrying out secretariat functions pursuant to article 13 of this Convention.

Article 3 Ctllcral provisions

1. The Cont I'pctillg Parties may enter in Lo hilateral 01' multilateral agreements, including regional UI' subregional agreements, Ior the protection of the marine environment. of the Mediterranean Sea against pollution, provided that such agreements are consistent with this Convention and conform to international law. Copies of such agreements between Contracting Parties to t~iB Convention shall he communicated to the Orgamzation,

Article ;)

Pollution caused by dumping from ships and aircraft

The Contracting Parties shall take all appropriate measures to prevent and abate pollution of the Mediterranean Sea Area caused by dumping from ships and aircraft.

Article G Pollution from ships

The Conlmcting Parties shall take all measures in conformity with international law to prevent, abate and combat pollution of the Mediterranean Sea Area caused by discharges Irorn ships and to ensure the effective implementation in that Area of the rules which are generally recognized at the international level relating to the control of this type of pollution.

Article 7

Pollution resulting Irorn exploration and exploitation of the euntinental shelf and the sea-bed and its subsoil.

The Contracting Parties shall take all appropriate measures to prevent, abate and combat pollution of the l\1edi~err~near~ Sea Are.a resulting from exploration and exploitation of the continental shelf and the sea-bed

and its subsoil. '

Article 8

Pollution from land - based sources

The Contracting Parties shall take all appropriate TIJeasures. to prevent, abate and combat pollution of the M~(lIterranean Sea An':1 caused by discharges from rivers, coastal establishments or outfalls or emanat.ing Irom any other land-based sources wi'thin their territories.

Article ~)

Co-operat ion in dealing with poilu tion emergencies 1. The Contracting Parties sl~all c~-operate in taking the necessary measures for dealmg WIth pollution emer-




gencies in the Mediterranean Sea Area, whatever the causes of such emergencies, and reducing or eliminating damage resulting therefrom.

2. Any Contracting Party which becomes aware of any pollution emergency in the Mediterranean Sea Area shall without delay notify the Organization and, either through the Organization or directly, any Contracting Party likely to be affected by sue]; emergency.

Article 10 Monitoring

1. The Contracting Parties shall endeavour to establish, in close co-operation with the international bodies which they consider competent, complementary or joint programmes including, as appropriate, programmes at the bilateral or multilateral levels, for pollution monitoring in the Mediterranean Sea Area and shall endeavour to establish a pollution monitoring system for that Area.

2. For this purspose, the Contracting Parties shall designate the competent authorities responsible for pollution monitoring within areas under their national jurisdiction and shall participate as far as practicable in international arrangements for pollution monitoring in areas beyond national jurisdiction.

3. The Contracting Parties undertake to co-operate in the formulation, adoption and implementation of such annexes to this Convention as may be reqnired to prescribe common procedures and standards for pollution monitoring

Article 11

Scientific and technological co-operation

1. The Contracting Parties undertake as far as possible to co-operate directly, or when appropriate through competent regional 01' other international organizations, in the fields of science and technology and to exchange data as well as other seientific information for the purspose of this Convention.

2. The Contracting Parties undertake as far as possible to develop and eo-ordinate their nati?nal resea:eh programmes relating to all types of marme pollutI~n in the Mediterranean Sea Area and to co-operate m the establishment and implementation of regional and other international research programmes for the purposes of this Convention.

3. The Contracting Parties undertake to co-operate in the provision of technical and other possib~e assis~a~ce in fields relating to marine pollution, '~·Ith prlOrJ.ty to he given to the special needs of developing countnes in the Mediterranean region.

Article 12 Liability and compensation

The Contracting Parties undertake to eo-operate as soon as possible in the formulation a~d a.doption. of appropriate procedures for the deterrnlIl~LIOn of IJahility and compensation for damage resultI~g _from the pollution of the marif.le. envlronm.ent deriving from violations of the prOVISIOns of this ConventIOn and applicable protocols.

Article 13 Institutional arrangements

The Contracting Parties designate the .United Nations Environment Programme as responsible for currying out the following secretariat functions:

i ) To convene and prepare the meetings of Con-

tracting Parties and conferences provided for in articles 14, 15, and 16;


ii ) To transmit to the Contracting Parties notifica-

tions, reports and other information received in accordance with articles 3, 9, and 20 j

iii) To consider inquiries by, and information from, the Contracting Parties, and to consult with them on questions relating to this Convention and the protocols and annexes thereto ;

iv ) To perform the functions assigned to it by the protocols to this Convention ;

v) To perf o I'll} such other functions UI; may he assigned to it by the Contracting Parties;

vi) To ensure the necessary co-ordination with other international bodies which the Contracting Parties consider competent, and in particular to enter into such administrative arrangements as may be required for tho effective discharge of the secretariat functions.

Article 14

Meetings of the Contracting Parties

1. The Contracting Parties shall hold ordinary meetings once every two years, and extraordinary meetings at any other time deemed necessary, npon the request of the Organization or at. the request of any Contracting Party, provided that such requests arf' supported hy at least two Contracting Parties.

2. It shall be the function of the meetings of the Contracting Parties to keep under review the implementation of this Convention and the protocols and, in particular :

i) To review generally the inventories carried out by Contracting Parties and competent international organizations on the state of marine poJlutionand its effects in the Mediterranean Sea Area;

ii ) To consider reports submitted hy tho Contract ing Parties under article 20 ;

iii) To adopt, review and amend as required the annexes to this Convention and to the protocols, in accordance with the proced ure established in article 17 ;

iv) To make recommendations regarding the adoption of any additional protocols or any amendments to this Convention or the protocols in accordance with the privisions of articles 15 and 16 ;

v) To estahlish working groups as required to consider any matters related to this Convention and the protocols and annexes;

vi) To consider and undsrt.ake any additional action that may he required for the achievement of the purposes of this Convention and the protocols.

Article 15

Adoption of additional protocols

1. The Contracting Parties, at a diplomatic 1'011- ference, mav adopt additional protocols to this COIlvention pur~llant to paragraph 2 of article 4.

2. A diplomatic conference for the purpose of adop ting additional protocols shall be convened by the Orga~ization at the request of two thirds of the Contracting Parties.

3. Pending the entry into force ?f thi~ Conve!ltion the Organization may, after consulting ,Ylth the. signatories to this Convention, convene a dlplomabcconferenee for the purpose of adopting additional protocols.



Article 16

Amendment of the! Conv-ention or Protocols

1. Any Contracting Party !.o this. Convention may propose amendments to th.e Conv~ntlOn. Amendme~ts shall he adopted by a (lJplom~tlc. conference which shall be convened by the OrganIZatIOn at the request of two thirds of the Contracting Parties.

2. Any Contracting Party to this Convention may propose amendments to any' protoc?l. Such amendme~ts shall be adopted by a diplomatic conference which shall be convened by the Urganization at the request of two thirds of the Contracting Parties to the protocol concerned.

:3. Amendments to this Convention shall be adopted bv a three-fourths majority vote of the Contracting Parties to the Convention which are represented at the diplomatic conference, and shall be submitted by t~e Depositary for' acceptance by all Contracting Parties to the Convention. Amendments to any protocol shall be adopted by a three-fourths majority vote of the Contracting Parties to such protocol which are represented at the diplomatic conference, and shall be submitted by the Depositary for acceptanef' hy all Contracting Parties to such protocol.

4. Acceptance of amendments shall be notified ~o the Depositary in writing. Amendments adopted III accordance with paragraph 3 of this art ide shall enter into force he tween Contracting Parties having accepted such amendments on the thirtieth day following the receipt by the Depositary of notification of their acceptance by at least three fourths or t he Contracting Parties to this Convention or to the I·rotoro] concerned, as the case may be.

5. After the entry into force of an amendment. to this Convention or to a protocol, any new Con I net mg Party to this Convention or such protocol shall become a Contracting Party to the instrument as amended.

Article 17

Annexes and amendments to Annexes

1. Annexes to this Convention or to any protocol shall form an integral part of the Convention or such protocol, as the ease may be.

2. Except as may be otherwise provided in any protocol, the following procedure shall apply to the adoption and entry into force of any amendments to annexes to this Convention or to anv Protocol, with the exception of amendments to the Annex on Arbitration:

i) Any Contracting Party may propose amondments to the Annexes to this Convention or to any l'rJtocol at the meetings referred to in article 14: .

ii ) Such amendments shall be adopted hy a threefourt:hs majority vote of the Contracting Parties to the mstrument in question;

iii) The Depositary shall without delay communicate the amendments so adopted to all Contracting Parties;

iv) Any Contracting Party that is unable to approve an amendment to the annexes to this Convention or to any protocol shall so notify in writing the Deposi-

tary within a period determined by the Contracting Parties concerned when adopting the arnendment :

v) Th~ Depositary shall without delay notify all Contracting Parties of any notification received Plll'SHant to the preceding sub-paragraph;

vi) On expiry of the period referred to in sub paragraph (iv ) above, the amendment to the annex shall become effective for all Contracting Parties to this

Convention or to the protocol concerned which have not ubmitted a notification in accordance with the provisions of that sub-paragraph.

3. The adoption and entry into force of a new annex to this Convention or to any protocol shall he subject to the same procedure as for the adoption and entry into force of an amendment to an . nnex in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2 of this article, provided that, if any amendment to the Convention or the protocol concerned is involved, the new annex shall not enter into force until such time as the amendement to the Convention or the protocol concerned enters into force.

4. Amendments to the Annex on Arbitration shall be considered to be amendments to this Convention and shall be proposed and adopted in accordance with the procedures set out in article 16 above.

Article 18

Rules os procedure and financial rules

1. The Contracting Parties shall adopt rules of procedure for their meetings and conferences envisaged in articles 14, 15, and 16 above.

2. The Contracting Parties shall adopt financial rules, prepared in consultation with the Organization, to determine, in particular, their financial participation.

Article 19

Special exercise of voting right

Within the areas of their competence, the European Economic Community and any regional economic grouping referred to in article 24 of this Convention shall exercise their right to vote with a number of votes equal to the number of their member States which are Contracting Parties to this Convention and to one or more Protocols; the European Economic Community and any grouping as referred to above shall not exercise their right to vote in cases where the member States concerned exercise theirs.. and conversely.

Article 20 Reports

The Contracting Parties shall transmit to the Organization reports on the measures adopted in the implementation of this Convention and of Protocols to which ',l:ey are Parties, in such form and at such intervals as the meetings of Contracting Parties may determine.

Article 21 Compliance control

The Contracting Parties undertake to co-operate in the development of procedures enabling them to control the application of this Convention and the Protocols.

Article 22 Settlements of disputes

1. In case of a dispute between Contracting Parties as to the interpretation or application of this Convention or the Protocols, they shall seek a settlement of the dispute through negotiation or any other peaceful means of their own choice.

2. If the parties concerned cannot settle their dis pute through the means mentioned in the preceding paragraph, the dispute shall upon common agreement be submitted to arbitration under the conditions laid down in Annex A to this Convention.



. 3. Nevertheless, the Contracting Parties may at any time declare .that they ::ecognize as compulsory ipsofacto and without special agreement, in relation to any.oth.er Party accepting the same obbligation, the aI?plicatlOn of. ~hc arbitration procedure in conformity with the provisions of Annex A. Such declaration shall he notif~ed in. writing to the Deposit ary, who shall communicate It to the other Parties.

Article 23

Relationship between the Convention and protocols

1. No .one may hecome a Contracting Party to this Convention unless it becomes at the same time a Contracting Party to at least one of the protocols. No one may become a Contracting Party to a protocol unless it is, or becomes at the same time a Contract.insr Party

to this Convention. b

2. Any protocol to this Convention shall be binding only on the Contracting Parties to the protocol in~ question.

3. Decisions concerning any protocol pursuant Lo articles 14, 16 and 17 of this Convention shall be taken only by the Parties to the protocol concerned.

Ar-ticle 2/1 Signature

This Convention, the Protocol for the Prevention of Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea by Dumping from Ships and Aircraft and the Protocol concerning Co-operation in Combating Pollution of the Moditerranean Sea by Oil and Other Harmful Substances in Cases of Emergency shall he open for signature in Barcelona on 16 February 1976 and in Madrid from 17 February 1976 to 16 February '1977 by any State invited as a participant in the Conference of Pleni potentiaries of the Coastal States of the Mediterranean Hegion on the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea, held in Barcelona from 2 to 16 February 1\)76, and hy any State entitled to sign any protocol in accordance with the provisions of such Protocol. They shall also be open until the same date for signature by the European Economic Community and by any similar regional economic grouping at least one member of which is a coastal State of the Mediterranean Sea j\ rea and which exercise competences in fields covered by this Convention, as well as by any protocol affecting them.

Article 25

Ratification, acceptance or approval

This Convention and any protocol thereto shall he subject to ratification, acceptance, or approval. Instruments of ratification, acceptance or approval shall he deposited with the Government of Spain, which will assume the functions of Depositary.

Article 26 Accession

1. As from 17 February 1977, the present Convention, the Protocol for the Prevention of Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea by Dumping from Ships and Aircraft, and the Protocol concerning Co-operation in Combating Pollution of the Med iterranean Sea by Oil ami other Harmful Substances in Cases of Emergency shall be open for accession by the States, by the European Economic Community and by any grouping as referred to in article 24.

2. After the entry int.o force of the Convention and of any protocol, any State not referred to in article 24 may accede to this Convention and to any protocol, subject to prior approval by three-fourths of the Contracting Parties to the protocol concerned.

3. Instruments of accession shall be deposited with the Depositary.

Article 27 Entry into force

1. This Convention shall enter into force on the same date as the protocol first entering into force.

2. The Convention shall also enter into force with regard to the States, the European Economic Community and any regional economic grouping referred to in article 2!! if they have complied with the formal requirements for becoming Contracting Parties to any other protocol not yet entered into force.

3. Any protocol to this Convention, except as other wise provided in such protocol, shall enter into force on the thirtieth day following t.he date of deposit of at least six insl.rumcnts of ratification, acceptance, or approval of, or accession to such protocol by the Parties referred to in article 24.

4. Thereafter, this Convention and any protocol shall enter into force with respect to any State, t.he European Economic Community and any reg-ional economic grouping referred to in article 2/1 on t.he thirtieth day following the dat.e of dt'l)()~it tlf till' instrument.s of ratification, acceptance, approval or uccesSlOn

Article 28 Withdrawal

1. At any time aft.er three years from the date of entry into force of this Convention, any Contracting Party may withdraw from this Convention hy giving written notification of withdrawal,

2. Except as may he otherwise provided in any protocol to this Convention, any Contract.ing Party may, at any time after three year's from the date of entry into Iorco of such protocol, withdraw from such PI'Oprotocol by giving written notification of withdrawal,

a. Withdrawal shall lake el"feet ~)O .Iavs after tile datI! on which notification of withdrawni is roceivud by the Depositary.

Ii. Any Contracting Party which withdraws from this Convention shall be considered as also having with drawn from any protocol to which it was a Party.

5. Any Contracting Party which, upon its withdrawal from a protocol, is no longer a Party to any protocol to this Convention, shall he considered as also having withdrawn from this Convention.

Article 29

Hesponsibilities of the Depositary 1. The Depositary shall inf'orrnthe Parties, any other Part.y referred in article Organizat.ion :

i ) Of the signature of this Convention and of any protocol thereto, and of the deposit of instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession in accordance with articles 2!J., 2~) and 26;

ii ) Of the date on which the Convention and any protocol will come into Iorco in accordance with the provisions of article 27 ;

iii) Of notifications of withdrawal made in necordance with article 28;

iv) Of the amendments adopted with respect to the Convention and to any protocol, their acceptance by the Contracting Parties and the date of entry into force those of amendments in aecordance with the provisions of article 16;

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v) Of the adoption of new annexes and of the amendment of any annex in accordance with article 17.

vi) Of declarations recognizing as compulsory the application of the arbitration procedure mentioned in paragraph 3 of article 22.

2. The original of this Convention and of any protocol thereto shall be deposited with the Depositary, the Government of Spain, which shall send certified copies thereof to the Contracting Parties, to the Organization, and to the Secretarv-General of the United Nations for registration and· publication in accordance with Article 102 of the United Nations Charter.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned, beign duly authorized by their respective Governments, ha ve signed this Convention.

DONE at Barcelona on 16 February 1976 in a single copy in the Arabic, English, French and Spanish languages. the rom texts being equally authoritative.



Article 1

Unless the Parties to the dispute otherwise agree, the arbitration procedure shall be conducted in accord ance with the provisions of this Annex.

Article 2

1. At the request addressed by one Contracting Party to another Contracting Party in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 of article 22 of the Convention, an arbitral tribunal shall be constituted. The request for arbitration shall state the suhjeet matter of the application including, in particular, the articles of the Convention or the Protocols, t he interpretation or application of which is in dispute.

2. The claimant party shall inform the Organization that it has requested the setting up of an arbitral trihunal, stating the name of the other Party to the dispute and articles of the Convention 01' the Protocols the interpretation or application of which is in its opinion in dispute. The Organization shall forward the information thus received to all Contracting Parties to the Convention.

Article 3

The arhit ral tribunal shall consist of three members: each of the Parties to the dispute shall appoint an arhitrator ; t he two arbitrators so appoin ted shall designate hy common agreement the third arhitrator who shall he the chairman of the tribunal. The latter shall not be a national of one of the Parties to the dispute, nor have his usual place of residence in the territory of one of these Parties, norbe employed by any of them, nor have dealt with thecase in any other capacity.

Article 4

1. If the chairman of the arbitral tribunal has not been designated within two months of the appointment of the second arbitrator. the Secretary-General of the United Nations shall. at the request of the most diligent Party, designate him within a further twomonths' period.

2. If one of the Parties to the dispute does not appoint an arbitrator within two months of receipt of the request, the other Party may inform the SecretaryGe~eral of the United Nations who shall designate the chairman of the arbitral tribunal within a further two

months' period. Upon designation, the chairman of the arbitral tribunal shall request the party which has not appointed an arbitrator to do so within two months. After such period, he shall inform the Secretary-General of the United Nations, who shall make this appointment within a further two months' period.

Article 5

1. The arbitral tribunal shall decide according to the rules of international law and, in particular, those of this Convention and the protocols concerned.

2. Any arbitral tribunal constituted under the provisions of this Annex shall draw up its own rules of procedure.

Article 6

1. The decisions of the arbitral tribunal. both on procedure and on substance, shall be taken by majority vote of its members.

2. The tribunal may take all appropriate measures in order to establish the facts. It may, at the request of one of the Parties recommend essential interim measures of protection.

3. If two or more arbitral tribunals constituted under the provisions of this Annex are seized of requests with identical or similar subjects, they may inform themselves of the procedures for establishing the facts and take them into account as far as possible.

4. The Parties to the dispute shall provide all facilities necessary for the effective conduct of the proceedings.

5. The absence or default of a Party to the dispute shall not constitute an impediment to the proceedings.

Article 7

1. The award of the arbitral tribunal shall be ac companied by a statement of reasons. It shall be final and binding upon the Parties to the dispute.

2. Any dispute which may arise between the Parties concerning the interpretation or execution of the award may be submitted by the most diligent Party to the arbitral tribun al which made the award or, if the latter cannot be seized thereof, to another arbitral tribunal constituted for this purpose in the same manner as the first.

Article 8

The European Economic Community and any regional economic grouping referred to in article 24 of the Convention, like any Contracting Party to the Convention, arc empowered to appear as complainants or as respondents before the arbitral tribunal.



Being Parties to the Convention for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea against Pollution,

Recognizing the danger posed to the marine environment by pollution caused hy the dumping to wastes or other matter from ships and aircraft,

Considering that the coastal States of the Mediterranean Sea have a common interest in protecting the marine environment from this danger,

Bearing in mind the Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and other Matter, adopted in London in 1972.



Article 1

The Contracting Parties to this Protocol (hereinafter referred to as «the Parties»] shall take all appropriate measures to prevent and abate pollution of the Meditc rran~an Sea Area caused by dumping from ships and aircraft,

Article 2

The area to which this Protocol applies shall be the J\,Iedli err~nean Sea Area as defined in article 1 of the Convention for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea ;; gainst Pollution (hereinafter referred to as «the Convention» ).

Article 3

For the purposes of this Protocol:

1. «Ships and aircraft» means waterborne or air~ornel cra~t of ~ny type whatsoever. This expression includes air-cushioned craft and floating craft whether self-propelled or not, and platforms and other manmade structures at sea and their equipment.

2. « Wastes or other matter» means material and substances of any kind, form or description.

3. «Dumping» means:

a) Any deliberate disposal at sea of wastes or other

mattcr from ships or aircraft;

b) Any deliberate disposal at sea of ships or aircraft.

4. « Dumping» does not include:

a) T he disposal at sea of wastes or other matter incidental to, or derived from, the normal operations of vessels or aircraft and their equipment other than wastes or other matter transported by or to vessels, or aircraft, operating for the purpose of disposal of such, matter or derived from the treatment of such wastes or other matter on such vessels or aircraft;

b) Placement of matter for a purpose other than the mere disposal thereof, provided that such placement is not contrary to the aims of this Protocol.

5. «Organization» means the body referred to in article 13 of the Convention.

Article 4

The dumping into the Mediterranean Sea Area of wastes or other matter listed in Annex I to this Protocol is prohibited.

Article 5

The dumping into the Mediterranean Sea Area of wastes or other matter listed in Annex II to this Protocol requires, in each case, a prior special permit from the competent national authorities.

Article 6

The dumping into the Mediterranean Sea Area of all other wastes or other matter requires a prior general permit from the competent national authorities.

Article 7

The permits referred to in articles 5 and 6 aboveshall he issued only after careful consideration of all the factors set forth in Annex III to this Protocol. The Organization shall receive records of such permits.

Article 8

The pi ovisions of articles 4, 5 and 6 shall not app'lyin case of force majeure due to stress of weather or any other cause when human life or the safety of a ship or


aircralt is threatened. Snell dumpings shall immediately be rep?rte.d to theOrganization, and either through the Organization or directly, to any Party of Parties likely to be affected, togethe- with full details of the circumstances and of the nat Ire and quantities of the wastes or other matter dumped.

Article 9

If a Party in a critical situation of an exceptional nature considers that wastes or other matt OJ' listed in Annex 1 to this Protoc JI cannot he disposed of on land without unacceptable danger 01' damage, above all for the safety of human life, the Party concerned shall forthwith consult the Organization. The Ol'ganization after consulting the Parties to this Protocol, shall re~ commend methods of storage or the most satisfactory means of destruction 0:' disposal under the prevailing circumstances, The Party shall inform the Organization of the steps adopted in pursuance of these recommendations. The Parties pledge themselves to assist one another in such situations.

Artiele 10

1. Each Party:shalrdesignate one 01' more competent

authorities to : •

a)}Issue4the:specialip:)rIllits provided I'm in article G ; b )llssue.the,general p n-rnit.s provided for in article li ; c) Keep records of the nature and q uuntities of the

wastes or other matter permitted to he dumped and of the location, date and method of dumping:

2. The competent authorities of each Party shall issue the permits provided for in articles fJ lind 6 in respect of the wastes 01' other matter intended for dumping:

a) Loaded in its territory;

b) Loaded by a ship or aircraft regi~h)rml in its territory or flying its flag, when the loading occurs in the territory of a State not Party to this Protocol.

Article 11

1. Each Party shalljapply the measures required to implement this Protocol to all :

a) Ships and aircraft registered in its territory 01' flying its nag;

b) Ships and aircraft loading in its territory wastes or other matter which are to be dumped ;

c) Ships and aircraft believed to be engaged in dumping in areas under its jurisdiction in this matter.

2. This Protocol shall not apply to any ships 01' air craft owned or operated by a State Party to this Protocol and used for the time being only on Government. non-commercial service. However, each Party shall ensure by the adoption of appropriate measures not impairing the operations or operational capabilities of such ships or aircraft owned or operated hy it, that such ships and aircraft act in a manner consistent, so far as is reasonable and practicable, with this Protocol,

Article 12

Each Party undertakes lo issu« instructions to its maritime inspection ships and aircraft and to other appropriate services to report to its authorities any incidents or conditions in the Mediterranean Sea Area which give rise to suspicions that dumping in contravention of the provisions of t.his Protocol has occLlned or is about to occur, That Party shall, if it considers

. it appropriate', report accordingly to any other Party concerned.

Article 13

Nothing in this Protocol shall affect the right of each Party to adopt other measures, in accordance with international law, to prevent pollution due to dumping.

Article 14

1. Ordinary meetings of the Parties to this Protocol shall be held in conj unction with ordinary meetings of the Contracting Parties to the Convention held pur suant to article 14 of the Convention. The Parties to t his Protocol may also hold extraordinary meetings

in conformity with article 14 of the Convention. -

2. It shall be the function of the meetings of the Parties to this Protocol:

a) To keep under review the implementation of this Protocol, and to consider the efficacy of the measures adopted and the need for any other measures, in particular in the form of annexes;

b) To study and consider the records of the permits issued in accordance without articles 5, 6 and 7, and of the dumping which has taken place;

c) To review and amend as required any Annex to this Protocol ;

d) To discharge such other functions as may be appropriate for the implementation of this Protocol.

3. The adoption of amendments to the Annexes to this Protocol pursuant to article 17 of the Convention shall require a three-fourths majority of the Parties.

Article 15

1. The provisions of the Convention relating to any protocol shall apply with respect to the present Protocol.

2. The rules of procedure and the financial rules adopted pursuant to article 18 of the Conventionshall apply with respect to this Protocol, unless the Parties to this Protocol agree otherwise.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned, being duly authorized by their respective Governments, have signed this Protocol.

DONE at Barcelona on 1G February 1976 in a sinzle copy in the Arabie, English, French and Spanish la;guages, the four texts being equally authoritative.


A. The following substances and materials are listed for the purpose of article 4 of the Protocol.

1. Organohalogen compounds and compounds which may form substances in the marine environment excluding th~se which are non-toxic or which are rapidly converted III the sea into substances which are biologica~ly harmless, provided that they donot make edible marmc orgamsms unpalatable.

2. Organisilicon compounds and compounds which may I?rm such substances in tbe marine environment, excluding those which are non-toxic 01' which are rapidly converted in the sea into substances which are bi~logically .harmlasa, provided that they do not make edible marme organisms unpalatable.

3. Mercury and mercury compounds.

4. Cadmium and cadmium compounds.

5. l~ersiste~t plastic and other persistent synthetic materI~ls ~v}lleh may mate!i.aUy in~erfer.; with fisbing or ~~V!gatlOn, reduce amenit-ss, or interfere with other legitimate uses of the sea.

6. Crude oil and hvdrocarbons which, may be derived from petroleum, and any mixtures containing any ofthese taken on board for the purpose of dumping.

7. High-and medium-and low-level radioactive wastes or other high-and medium-and low-level radioactive matter to he defined by the International > \.tomic Energy Agency.

8. c\ei(1 and alkaline compounds of such composition and in such quantity flint they may seriously impair the quality of sea water. The composit.ion and quantity to he taken into consideration shall he determined hy the Part ies in nccordance vvit h the procedure la:d down in article J4, paragraph 3, of this Protocol.

~). Materials in whatever form (e.g. solids, liquids, semi-liquids, gases .01' in a living state) produced for biological and chemical warfare, other than those rapidly rendered harrnlesss by physical, chemical 01' biological processes in the sea, provided that they do not:

i) Make edible marine organisms unpalatable; or ii ) Endanger human or animal health.

B. This Annex does not apply to wastes or other ,-

t.orials, such as sewage sludge and dredge Sf -. I .mtaining the substances referred to in pa,·a!jl\.:,h~ \ .: ; above as trace contaminants. The dumping .: SUI-it wastes shall he subject to t!le p:. ,. ::.Jli:3 of an.icxcs II and III as appropriate.


The following wastes and other matter, the dumping of which requires special care, are listed for the purposes of article 5.

1. (i ) Arsenic, lead, copper, zinc, beryllium, c1l1·0- mium, nickel, vanadium, selenium, antimony and their compounds;

ii) Cyanides and fluorides ;

iii) Pesticides and their by-products not covered in annex I ;

iv ) Synthetic organic chemicals, other than those referred to in annex I, likely to produce harmful effects on marine organisms or to make edible marine organisms unpalatable.

2. (i ) Acid and alkaline compounds the composition and quantity of which have not yet been determined in accordance with the procedure referred to in annex I, paragraph A. 8.

(ii ) Acid an~ alkaline compounds not covered by a.n!lex I, excluding compo~nds to be dumped in quantities below thresholds which shall be determined hv the Parties in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 14, paragraph 3, of this Protocol.

. 3. Cont~iners, scrap metal and other bulky wastes, Iiable to sink to the sea bottom which may present a serIOUS obstacle to fishing or navigation.

4. Suhstances which, though of a non-toxic nature may hecome harmful owing to the quantities in which they are dumped, or which are liahle to reduce amenities seriously or to endanger human life or marine organisms or to interfere with navigation.

5. Radioactive waste or other radioactive matter which will not be included in annex 1. In the issue of permits for the dumping of this matter, the Parties should take full account of the recommendations of the competent international body in this field at present the International Atomic Energy Agency. '



The .factors. to be considered in establishing criteria governmg ~he l~sue of permits for the dumping of matter at sea takmg mto account article 1 include :

A. Characteristics and composition of the matter 1. Total amount and average compositions of mattsr dumped (e.g. per year).

2. Form (e.g. solid, sludge, liquid or gaseous).

3. ~roperties:. physical (e.g. solubility and density), c~emICal and biochemical (e.g. oxygen demand, nutrIe~ts) and biological (e.g. presence of viruses, hactena, yeasts, parasites).

4. Toxicity.

5. Persistence: physical, chemical and biological.

6. Accumulation and biotransformation in biological materials or sediments.

7. Susceptibility to physical, chemical and biochemical changes and interaction in the aquatic environment with other dissolved organic and 'inorganic materials.

8. Probability of production of taints or other changes reducing marketability of resources (fish, shellfish etc. ).

B. Characteristics of dumping site and method of deposit

1. Location (e.g. co-ordinates of the dumping area, depth and distance from the coast), location in relation to other areas (e.g. amenity areas, spawning, nursery and fishing areas and exploitable resources).

2. Rate of disposal per specific period (e.g. quantity per day, per week, per month).

3. Methods of packaging and containment, if any.

4. Initial dilution achieved by proposed method of release, particularly the speed of the ship.

5. Dispersal characteristics (e.g. effects of currents, tides and wind on horizontal transport and vertical mixing).

6. Water characteristics (e.g. temperature, pH, salinity, stratification, oxygen indices of pollutiondissolved oxygen (DO), chemical oxygen demand (CO D) biochemical oxygen demand (BO D) nitrogen present in organic and mineral form, including ammonia, suspended matter, other nutrients and productivity).

7. Bottom characteristics (e.g. topography, geochemical and geological characteristics and biological productivity).

8. Existence and effects of other dumpings which have been made in the dumping area (e.g. heavy metal background reading and organic carbon content).

9. When issuing a permit for dumping, the Contracting Parties shall endeavour to determine whether an adequate scientific basis exists for assessing the consequences of such dumping in the area concerned, in accordance with the foregoing provisions and taking into account seasonal variations.

C. General considerations and conditions

1. Possible effects on amenities (e.g. presence of floating or stranded material, turbidity, objectionable odour, discolouration and foaming).

2. Possible effocts on marine life, fish and shellfish culture, fish stocks and fish-eries, seaweed harvesting and culture.


3 .. Possible effects on other uses of the sea (e.g. mparrrnent of water quality for industrial use, underwater corrosion of structures, interference with ship operations from floating materials interference with fishing or navigation thorugh deposit of waste or solid objects on the sea floor and protection of areas of special importance for scientific or conservation purposes).

4. The practical availability of alternative land-based methods of treament disposal or elimination, or of treatment to render the matter loss harmful for sea

dumping. '



Being Parties to the Convention for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea against Pollution,

Recognizing that grave pollution of the sea by oil and other harmful substances in the Mediterranean Sea Area involves a danger for the coastal States and the marine eco-system,

Considering that the co-operation of all the coastal States of the Mediterranean is called for to combat this pollution,

Bearing in mind the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, the International Convention relating to Intervention on the High Seas in Cases of Oil Pollution Casualties, 1969, as well as the Protocol relating to Intervention on the High Seas in Cases of Marine Pollution by Substances Other than Oil, 1973,

Further taking into account the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, 1969,


Article 1

The Contracting Parties to this Protocol (herein after referred to as «the Parties») shall co-operatein taking the necessary measures in cases of grave and imminent danger to the marine environment, the coast or related interests of one or more of the Parties due to the presence of massive quantities of oil or other harmful substances resulting from accidental causes or an accumulation of small discharges which are polluting or threatening to pollute the sea within the area defined in Article 1 of the Convention for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea against Pollution (hereinafter referred to as «the Convention» ). '

Article 2

For the purpose of this Protocol, the term «related interests» means the interests of a coastal State directly affected or threatened and concerning, among others:

a) Activities in coastal waters, in ports or estuaries, including fishing activities;

b) The historical and tourist appeal of the area in question, including water sports and recreation;

c) The health of the coastal populat.ion ;

d) The preservation of living resources.

Article ;-3

The Parties shall endeavour to maintain and promote, either individually or through bilateral or multilateral co-operation, their contingency plans and



means for combating pollution of the sea by oil and other harmful substances. Tpese meanS shall include, in particular, equipment, ships, aircraft and manpower prepared for 0llerations in cases of emergency-

Article 4

The Parties shall develop and apply, either individ';lally or through bil~teral Or mUltilateral. co-operatIOn, monitoring acthitIes covering the MedI~erranean ~ea Area in order to have as precise informatIOn as possible on the situation. referred to in article 1 of this Protocol.

Article 5

In the case of release or losS o"erboard of harmful substances in packages, freight containers, portable tanks or road and rail tank wagonS, the PartIes shall co-operate as far as practic:tb1e in the salvage and recovery of such substances so .as to reduce the danger of pollution of the marillc en v"lronment.

Article 6

1. Each Party undertakes to disseminate to the other Parties information concerning:

a) The competent national organization 01' author ities responsible for combating Pollution of the sea by oil and other harmfnl substances;

b) The COOlPetent national authOrities responsible for receiving reports of polhltion of the sea by oil and other harmful Substances and for dealing With matters concerning meaSllres of assitance between Parties;

c) New ways in Which pollution of the sea by oil and other harmjul substances lO.ay he aVoided, newmeasures of cOll1bating pollution and the development of research programmes.

2. Parties which have agreed to exchange information directly het ween the!hselves shall nevertheless communicate SUch information to the regional centre. The latter shan communicate this information to the other Parties Iln.d, On a baSis of reciprocity, to coastal States of the Mediterranean. Sea Area which are not Parties to this protocol.

Article 7

The Parties undertake to co-ordinate the utilization. of the means of communication. at their disPosal in order to ensure, with the ll.eCe~sary speed and reliability, the reeepjion, transmiSSIOn and dissemination of all reports an.d urgent information whiCh relate to the occurrences and situations referred to in article 1. The regional centre shall have th.e necessary means of communication to enable to PartiCipate in this coordinated effort and, in particular, to fulfil the functions assigned to it by paragraph 2 of article 10.

Article g

1. Each Party shall isl>ue instrllctions to the masters of ships flying its flag and .to the pilots of aircraft registered In. Its territory reqUIring them to report hy the most rapid and adequate chall.nels in the circuJllstances and in accordance with Annex 1 to this Protocol, eithe; to a Party or to tpe regional oentre :

a) All accid clJ.ts caUsing Or likely to caUSe pollution of the sea by oil or other harJilful I>uhstances ;

b) The presence, characteristics and extent of spillages of oil or 0Uler harmful Buhste.nces ohserved at sea which are likelY to presell.f, a serious and imminent threat to the marine envir0ll.Jilen.t or to the COast or related interests of one or more Of the Parties.

2. The infornlation oollected in a.ccordance with paragraph 1 ehal be communice.teq to the other Parties rkely to he affected by the pollution:

a) By the Party which has received the informa~ion, either directly or preferably, through the regional centre; or

b) By the regional centre.

In case of direct communication between Parties, the regional centre shall he informed of the measures taken by these Parties.

3. In consequence of the application of the provisions of paragraph 2, the Parties are not bound by the obligation laid down in article 9, paragraph 2, of the Convention.

Article 9

1. Any Party faced with a situation of the kind defined in article 1 of this Protocol shall :

a) Make the necessary assessments of the nature and extent of the casualty or emergency or, as the Case may be, of the type and approximate quantity of oil or other harmful substances and the direction and speed Or drift or the spillage ;

b) Take every practicable measure to avoid or reduce the effects of pollution;

0) Immediately inform all other Parties, either directly or through the regional centre, of these assess ments and of any action which it has taken Or which it intends to take to combat the pollution;

d) Continue to observe the situation for as long aspossible and report thereon in accordance with article 8.

2. Where action is taken to combat pollution originating from a ship, all possiole measures shall he taken to safeguard the persons present on board and to the extent possible, the ship itself. Any Party which ta.kes such action shall inform the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization.

Article 10

1. Any Party requiring assistance for combating Pollution by oil or other harmful substances polluting Or threatening to pollute its coasts may call for assistance from other Parties, either directly or through the regional centre referred to in article 6, starting with the Parties which appear likely to he affected by the pol-

lution. This assistance may comprise, in particular, eJCpert advice and the supply to or placing at the disposal of the Party concerned of products, equipment and nautical facilities. Parties so requested shall Use their best endeavours to render this assistance.

2. Where the Parties engaged in an operation to combat pollution cannot agree on the organization of the operation, the regional centre may, with theit approval, co-ordinate the activity of the facilities pur into operation by these Parties.

Article 11

The application of the relevant provisions of articles 61 7, 8, 9 and 10 of this Protocol relating to the regIonal centre shall he extended, as appropriate, to SUb-regional centres in the event of their establishment, taking into account their objectives and functions and their relationship with the said regional centre.

Article 12

1. Ordinary meetings of the Parties to this Protocol sha.ll he held in. conjunction with ordinary meetings of the Contracting PartIes to the Convention, held pursuant to artIcle 14 of the Convention. The Parties to this Protocol may also hold extraordinary meetings as prOvided in article 14 of the Convention



2. It shall be the function of the meetings of the Parties to this Protocol, in particular:

a) To keep under review the implementation of this Protocol, and to consider the efficacy of the measures adopted and the need for any other measures, in particular in the form of annexes;

b) To review and amend as required any annex to this Protocol;

c) To discharge such other functions as may be appropriate for implementation of this Protocol.

Article 13

1. The provisions of the Convention relating to any protocol shall apply with respect to the present Protocol.

2. The rules of procedure and the financial rules adopted pursuant to article 18 of the Convention shall apply with respect to this Protocol, unless the Parties to this Protocol agree otherwise.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned, being duly authorized by their respective Governments, have signed this Protocol.

DONE at Barcelona on 16 February 1976 in a single copy in the Arabic, English, French and Spanish languages, the four texts being equally authoritative.

ANNEX I Contents of the report

to be made pursuant to article 8 to this Protocol

1. Each report shall, as far as possible, contain, in general:

a) The identific ation of the source of pollution (identity of the ship, w here appropriate) ;

b) The geographic position, time and d~te of the occurrence of the incident or of the observation ;

c) The wind and sea conditions prevaling in the area;

d) Where the pollution originates from a ship, relevant details respecting the conditions of the ship.

2. Each report shall contain, whenever possible, in particular :

a) A clear indication or description of the har~ful substances involved, including the correct technical names of such sulbstances (trade names should not be used in place of the correct technical names) ;

b) A statement or estimate of the quantities, concentrations and likely conditions of harmful substances discharged or likely to be discharged into the sea;.

c) Where relevant, a description of the packaging and identifying marks; and

d) The name of the consignor, consignee or manufacturer.

3. Each report shall clearly indicate, ~henever possible, whether the harmful substance . disch.arg.ed or likely to be discharged IS 011 or a noxIOUS liquid, solid or gaseous substance and whether such substance was or is carried in bulk or contained In packaged for~, freight containers, portable tanks, or road and rail tank wagons.

4 Each report shall be supllemented as necc~s~ary by 'any relevant information requested by a recipient of the report or deemed appropriate by the person sending the report.

5. Any of the persons referred to in article 8, paragraphL, of this Protocol shall :

a) Supplement as far as possible the initial report, as necessary, with information concerning further developments ; and

b) Comply as fully as possible with requests from affected States for additional information.


Les Parties contractantes,

Conscientes de la valeur economique, sociale et culturelle du miIIieu marin de la zone de la mer Mediterranee et de son importance pour Ia sante,

Pleinement conscientes qu'il leur incombe de preserver ce partimoine commun dans l'interet des generations presentee et futures,

Reconnaissant que la pollution fait peser une menace sur le milieu marin, son equilibre ecologique, ses ressources et ses utilisations legitimes,

Tenant compte des caracteristiques hydrographigues et ecologiques speoiales de la zone de la mer Medlt:erranee et de sa vulnerabilite particuliere a la pollution

Notant que, malgre les progres realises, les conventions internationales existant en la matiere ne s'appliquent pas a tous les aspects et a toutes les sources de la pollution du milieu marin et ne repondent pas entierement aux besoins speoiaux de la zone de la mer Mediterranee,

Appreciant pleinement la necessite. d'll:ne ~ooperation etroite entre les Etats et les orgamsations Intern ationales concernees, dans le cadre d'un vaste ensemble de mesures concertees a I'echelon regional, pour proteger et ameliorer Ie milieu marin de la zone de la mer Mediterranee,

Sont convenues de ce qui suit:

Article premier


1. Aux fins de la presents Convention, Ia zone de la mer Mediterranee designs les eaux maritimes de la Mediterranee proprement dite et des golfes et !D~rs qu'elle comprend, la limite occidentale eta~t l~ me~ldIen qui passe par Ie phare du ?ar Spa~tel, a l,entree du detroit de Gibraltar, et la limite orIentale. etant constituee par la limite meridionale du detroit des Dardanelles, entre les phares de Mehemetcik et de Kumkale.

2. Sauf disposition contraire de I'un qu~lconque des protocoles relatifs a la presente Convention, la z~ne de la mer Mediterranee ne comprend pas les eaux mterieures des Parties contractantes.


Aux fins de la presente Convention:

a) On entend p~r «pollution» l'introduction, ?irec~e ou indirecte, par I homrne, de substances ou d e~~rgle dans Ie milieu marin, lorsqu'elle a ?es ~ffets nu~sIbles tels que dommages aux ressources blOlogIque.s,. nsquee pour la sante de l'hom~e, entra,:,es ~ux actIvites ~a: ritimes y compris la peche, alteration de. ~a guahte de I'eau de mer du point de vue de son utilisation, et degradation des valeurs d'agre!Dent ,;. .

b) On entend par «OrganisatI~lll) I orgamsme ,cha!ge d'assurer les fonctions de secretariat en vertn de I article 13 de la presente Convention.




1. Les Parties contractantes peuvent conclure des accords bilateraux ou multilateraux, y compris des accords regionaux ou sous-regionaux, pour la protection du milieu marin de la zone de Ia mer Mediterranee centre Ia pollution, sous reserve que de tels accords soient compatibles avec la presente Convention et conformes au droit international. Copie de ces accords sera cornrnuniquee it 1'0rganisation.

2. Aucune disposition de la presente Convention ne peut porter atteintc a la codification et it l' elaboration du droit de la mer par la Conference des Nations Unies sur le droit de la mer convoquee en vertu de la resolution 2750 C (XXV) de l'Assernhlee generals des Nations Unies, ni aux revendications ou positions j uridiques presentes ou futures de tout Etat touchant Ie droit de la mer et la nature et I'etendue de la juridiction de l'Etat riverain et de l'Etat du pavillon.


1. Les Parties contractantes prennent individuellemont ou conjointement toutes mesures appropriees conformes aux dispositions de la presente Convention et des protocoles en vigueur auxquels elles sont parties pour prevenir, reduire et combattre la pollution dans la zone de la mer Mediterranee et pour proteger et arneliorer Ie milieu marin dans cette zone.

2. Les Parties contractantes cooperent en vue d'elaborer et d'adopter, en plus des proto coles ouverts it la signature en meme temps que la presente Convention, des protocoles additionnels prescrivant des mesures, des procedures et des normes convenues en vue d'assurer l'application de la Convention.

3. Les Parties contractantes s'engagent en outre it prornouvoir, dans le cadre des organisrnes internationaux qu'elles considerent comme qualifies, des mesures concernant la protection du milieu marin dans la zone de In mer Mediterranee contra tous les types et sources de pollution.

Article ~)


Les Parties contractantes prennent to utes mesures appropriees pour prevenir et reduire la pollution de la Zone de la mer Mediterranaa due aux operations d'immersion effectuess par les navires et les aeronefs.

Article 6


Les Parties contractantes prennent to utes mesures conforrnes an droit international pour prevenir, reduire et combattre la pollution de la zone de la mer Mediterra!lee causee par les rejets des navires et pour assurer la, rruse en oeuvre effective, dans cette zone, des regles generalernent admises sur le plan international relatives ;i Ja lutte centre ce type de pollution.

Article 7


Les Parties contractantes prennent to utes mesures appropriees pour prcvenir, reduire et combattre la

pollution de la zone de la mer Mediterranee resultant de I'oxploration et de l'exploitation du plateau continental, du fond de la mer et de son sous-sol.

Article 8


Les Parties contractantes prennent toutes mesures appropriees pour prevenir, reduire et combattre la pollution de Ia zone de la mer Mediterranee due aux deversements par les fleuves, les etablissements ootiers ou les emissaires, ou emanant de toute autre source situee sur leur territoire.

Article 9


1. Les Parties contractantes cooperent pour prendre les dispositions neoessaires en cas de situation critique generatrice de pollution dans la zone de la mer Mediterranes, quelles que soient les causes de cette situation critique, et pour reduire ou eli miner les dommages qui en resultent.

2. Toute Partie contractante ayant connaissance d'une situation critique generatriee de pollution dans la zone de la mer Mediterranee informe sans delai 1'01'ganisation ainsi que, par I'intermediaire de l'Organisation ou directement, toute Partie contract ante qui pourrait etre affectee par une telle situation critique.

Article 10


1. Les Parties contractantes s'efforcent d'instaurer, en etroite cooperation avec II'S organismes internationaux qu'elles considerent comme qualifies, des programmes complementaires ou communs de surveillance continue de la pollution dans la zone de la mer Mediterrannee, y compris, Ie cas echeant, des programmes hilateraux ou multilateraux, et s' efforcent d'instituer dans cette zone un systerne de surveillance continue de la pollution.

2. A cette fin, les Parties contractantes designent les autorites chargees d'assurer la surveillance continue de la pollution dans les zones relevant de leur juridiction nationale et participent, autant que faire se peut, a des arrangements internationaux pour la surveillance continue de la pollution dans les zones situees au-dela des Ii mites de leur juridiction nationale. ,

3. Les Parties contractantes s'engagent a cooperer pour elahorer, adopter et mettre en oeuvre les annexes it la presente Convention qui peuvent etre requises pour prescrire des procedures et des normes communes en vue de la surveillance continue de la pollution.

. Article 11


1. Les Parties contractantes s'engagent, dans Ia me sure du possible, a cooperer directement ou, s'il y a lieu, par l' entremise d' organisations regionales ou autres organisations internationales qualifiees dans Ies domaines de la science et de la technologie, ainsi qu'a echanger des donnees et autres renseignements d'ordre scientifique, aux fins de la realisation des objectifs de la presente Convention.

2. Les Parties contractantes s'engagent, dans la mesure du possible, it promouvoir et a coordonner leurs programmes nationaux de recherche concernant tous les types de pollution du milieu marin dans la zone


de la mer Mediterranee et it cooperer pour instaurer et mettre en oeuvre des programmes regionaux et aut res programmes internationaux de recherche aux fins de la realisation des objectifs de la presente Convention.

3. Les Parties contractantes s'engagent it cooperer pour fournir une assistance technique et d'autres formes possibles d'assistance dans les domaines en rapport avec la pollution du milieu marin, en accordant la priorite aux besoins speciaux des pays en voie de developpement de la region mediterraneenne.


Les Parties contractantes s' engagent it cooperer aussitot que possible pour elahorer ct adopter des procedures appropriees concernant la determination des responsabilites et la reparation des dornmages resultant de la pollution du milieu marin en violation des dispositions de la presente Convention et des protocoles applicables.

Article 13


Les Parties contractantes dssignent le Programme des Nations Unies pour l'environnement pour assurer les fonctions de secretariat ci-apres :

i) Convoquer et preparer les reunions des Parties contractantes et les conferences prevues aux articles 14, 15 et 16 ;

ii) Cornmuniquer aux Parties contract antes les notifications, rapports et autres renseignements recus en conformite des articles 3, 9 et 20 ;

iii) Examiner les demandes de renseignernents et les informations emanant des Parties contractantes et consulter lesdites parties sur les questions relatives it la presente Convention, it ses protocoles et it ses annexes;

iv) Accomplir les fonctions qui lui sont confiees en vertu des protocoles it la presente Convention;

v) Accomplir toutes autres fonctions qui lui sout confiees, le cas echeant, par les Parties contractantea ;

vi) Assurer la coordination necessaire avec d' aut res organismes iuternationaux que les Parties contractantes considerent comme qualifies, et prendre notamment les dispositions administratives requises, ~e cas echeant, pour s'acquitter efficacement des fonctions de secretariat.

Article 14


1. Les Parties contractantes tienneut une reunion ordinaire tous les deux ans et, chaque fois qu'elles Ie jugent necessaire, des reunions extraordinaires ilIa demande de l'Organisation ou it la demande d'uIl;e Partie contractante it condition que ces demandes SOlent appuyees par au ~oins deux Parties contractantes.

2. Les reunions des Parties contract antes ont pour objet de veiller it l'application de l.a p:esento Conven-

tion et des protocoles et, en pa~tl?uher:. .

i ) De proceder it un exam en general des lllventaJrr:s etablis par le~ Parties co~~~actant~~ et par les orga?lsmes internatlOnaux qualifies sur I etat de la pol.lu.lIOn marine et sur ses effets dans la zone de la mer Mediter-


ii ) D' etudier les rapports soumis par les Parties contractantes conformement a l'article 20;


iii) D'adopter, de reviser et d'amender, Ie cas echeant, conforrnement it la procedure etablie it l' article 17, les annexes it la presente Convention et aux protocoles ;

iv) De faire des recommandations concernant l'adoption de protocoles additionnels Oil d'amendements it la presente Convention ou aux protocoles, conforrnement aux dispositions des articles 15 et 16 ;

v) De constituer, Ie cas echeant, des groupes de travail charges d'examiner toute question en rapport avec la presente Convention et les protocoles et annexes;

vi) D'etudior et de mettre en oeuvre toute mesure supplementairo requise, Ie cas echeant, pour la realisation des objectifs de la presente Convention ot des protocoles.

Article 1:)


1. Les Parties contractantes, all cours d'une conference diplomatique, peuvent adopter des proto coles additionnels i.t la presente Con vention, conformernent au paragraphe 2 de l'article 4.

2. Une conference diplomatique en vue de l'adoption de protocoles additionnels est. convoquee par I'Organisation si les deux tiers des Parties contractantes en font la demande.

3. En attendant l'ontree en vigueur de la presents Convention, l'Organisation peut, apres a voir consulte les signataires de la presente Convention, convoquer une conference diplomatique en vue de l'adoption de protocoles additionnels.

Article 11i


1. Toute Partie contractante a la presento Convention peut proposer des amendements it la Convention. Les amendements sont adoptee au cours d'une conference diplomatique convoquee par l'Organisation a Ia demande des deux tiers des Parties contract.antos.

2. Toute Partie contract ante ilia presento Convention peut proposer des amendements it l'un quelconque des protocoles, Les amendernents sont adoptes au cours d'une conference diplomatique convoquee par l'Organisntion it la demande des deux tiers des Parties contraetantes au protocole concerne.

3. Les amendements it la pn)sente Convention sont adoptes it la majorite des trois quarts des Parties contractantes it la Convention representees it la Conference diplomatique, et soumis par le Depositaire a I'acc eptation de toutes les Parties contractantes a la Convention. Les amendements a tout protocole sont adoptes it Ia majorite des trois quarts des Parties contractantes audit protocole rapresentees a la Conference diplomatique, et soumis par Ie Depositaire it l'acceptation de toutes les Parties contractantes audit protocole.

4. L'acceptation des amendements est not.if'ie« par ecrit au Depositaire. Les amendements adoptes conformement au paragraphe 3 du present article entreront en vigueur, entre les Parties contractantes les ayant acceptes, Ie tr~I~tieJ!le jour apres que Ie. Depositairo aura recu notification dl) leur acceptation par les trois quarts all moins des Parties contractantes it la presente Convention ou au protocole concerne, selon Ie cas.

~). Apres I'entree en vigueur d'un amendement it la presente Convention ou it un protocole, to.ute nouvelle Partie contractante it la presente Convention 011 audit protocole devient Partie contractante it l'instrument tel qu'amende.



Article 17

ANNEXES ET AMEN DEMENTS AUX ANNEXES 1. Les annexes it la presente Convention ou it l'un quelconque des protocoles font partie integrale de la Convention ou du protocoIe, selon Ie cas.

2. Sauf disposition contraire de l'un quelconque des protocoles,la procedure suivante s'applique it I'adoption et it l'entree en vigueur de tout amendement aux annexes de la presente Convention ou de l'un quelconque des protocoles, exception faite des amendements it l'annexe concernant l' arbitrage:

i) Toute Partie contractante peut proposer des amendements aux annexes de la presente Convention ou des protocoles lors des reunions prevues it l'article 14 ;

ii ) Les amendements sont adoptes a la majorite des trois quarts des Parties contractantes it l'instrument dont il s' agit ;

iii) Le Depositaire communique sans delai a toutes les Parties contractantes les amen dements ainsi adoptes ;

iv) Toute Partie contractante qui n'est pas en mesure d'approuver un amendement aux annexes de la presente Convention ou de l'un quelconque des protocoles en donne par ecrit notification au Depositaire avant l'expiration d'une periods determines par les Parties contractantes concernees lors de l'adoption de l'amendement;

v) Le Depositaire informe sans delai toutes les Parties contractantes de toute notification revue conformernent au sous-paragraphe precedent;

vi) A I' expiration de la periods indiquee au sousparagraphe iv ci-dessus, 1'amendement a l'annexe prend effet pour toutes les Parties contractantes it Ia presente Convention ou au protocole concerne qui n'ont pas soumis de notification en conforrnite des dispositions dudit sous-paragraphe.

3. L'adoption et I'entree en vigueur d'une nouvelle annexe it Ia presente Convention ou it l'un quelconque des protocoles sont soumises aux memes procedures que l'adoption et l'entree en vigueur d'un amendement a une annexe conforrnemant aux dispositions du paragraphe 2 du present article; toutefois, si cela implique ~m ,a~endement it Ia Convention ou au protocole dont II s agrt, la nouvelle annexe n'entre en vigueur qu'upres amendement de la Convention ou du protocole.

4. Les ?-~e~dements it l' annexe concernant l' arbitrage sont con~lderes .comme des amendements it la presente Convention et ils sont proposes et adoptes conformement it la procedure indiques it I'article 16 ci-dessus.

Article 18


. 1; .Les Parties contractantes adoptent un reglement Illt~rIeUr pour les reunions et conferences visees aux articles 14, 15 et 16 ci-dessus.

. 2. ~~s Part!es contractantes adoptent des regles f~nancwres, p~epar~es en consultation avec l'Organisat~on, Rour determmer notamment leur participation financiere.

Article 19

EXERCICE PARTICULIER DU DROIT DE VOTE Dans les d0r.n~jnes relevant de leurs eompeteneas, la Communaute economique europeenne et tout grou-

pement economique regional vise it l' article 24 exercent leur droit de vote avec un nombre de voix egal au nombre de leurs Etats membres qui sont Parties contractantes it la presente Convention et it un ou plusieurs protocoles; Ia Communaute eoonomique europeenne et tout groupement montionne ci-dessus n'exercent pas leur droit de vote dans Ie cas OU les Etats membres oonoernes exercent Ie leur et reciproquement.

Article 20 RAPPORTS

Les Parties contractantes adressent it l'Organisation des rapports sur les mesures adoptees en application de Ia presents Convention et des protocoles auxquels elles sont parties, la forme et la frequenee de ces rapports etant determinees lors des reunions des Parties contractantes.

Article 21


Les Parties contractantes s'engagent it cooperer pour elaborer des procedures leur permettant de veiller it l'application de Ia presente Convention et des protocoles.


1. Si un differend surgit entre des Parties contractantes it propos de J'interpretation ou de l'application de la presents Convention ou des protocoles, ces parties s'efforcent de Ie regler par voie de negociation ou par tout autre moyen pacifique de leur choix.

2. Si les parties concernees ne peuvent regler leur differend par les moyens mentionnes au paragraphe precedent, le differend est d'un commun accord soumis it l'arbitrage dans les conditions definies dans l'annexe A it la presente Convention.

3. Toutefois, les Parties contractantes peuvent it n'importe quel moment declarer reconnaitre comme obligatoire de plein droit et sans convention speciale a regard de toute autre Partie acceptant la meme obligation l'application de la procedure d'arbitrage conIormement aux dispositions de I'annexe A. Une telle declaration est notifies par ecrit au Depositaire qui en donne communication aux autres Parties.

Article 23


1. Nul ne peut devenir Partie contract ante it la presente Convention s'il ne devient en meme temps partie a l'un au moins des protocoles. Nul ne peut devenir partie contractante it l'un que Icon que des protocoles. s'il n'est pas, o~ ne devient pas en meme temps, Partie contractante a la presente Convention.

2. Tout protocole it la presente Convention n'engage que les parties contractantes it ce protocole.

, 3. Seules les parties contractantes it un protocole peuvent prendre les decisions relatives audit protocole pour l'application des articles 14 16 et 17 de la pre-

sente Convention. '

Article 24 SIGNATURE

La presente Convention, le Protocole relatif it la prevention de la pollution de la mer Mediterranee par les ~perations d'immersion effectuees par les navires et a~ronefs et Ie Protocole relatif it la cooperation en matiere de lutte contre la pollution de Ia mer Medi-


terranee par les hydrocarbures et autres substances nuisibles en cas de situation critique seron ouverts it Barcelone Ie 16 Ievrier 1976 et it Madrid du 17 fevrier 1976 au 16 Ievrier 1977 it la signature des Etats invites e~ .tant que participants it la Conference de plenipotentiarres des Etats cotiers de la region mediterraneenne sur la protection de la mer Mediterranee, tenue it Barcelone du 2 au 16 Ievrier 1976, et de tout Etat hahilite it signer l'un quelconque des protocoles, conformement aux dispositions de ce protocole. lIs seront egalernent ouverts, jusqu'a la meme date, it la signature de la Communaute economique europeenne et de tout groupement economique regional similaire dont l'un au meins des membres est un Etat cotier de la zone de la mer Mediterranee et qui exerce des competences dans des domaines couverts par la presente Convention ainsi que par tout protocole les concernant.

Article 25


La presente Convention et tout proto cole y relatif seront soumis it ratification, acceptation ou approbation. Les instruments de ratification, d'acceptation ou d'approbation seront deposes aupres du Gouvernement de l'Espagne, qui assumera les fonctions de depositaire.

Article 26 ADHESION

1. A partir du 17 Ievrier 1977, la presente Conv~ntion, Ie Protocole relatif it la prevention de la pollution de la mer Mediterranee par les operations d'immersion effectuees par les navires et aeroneis et Ie Protocole relatif it la cooperation en matiere de lutte contre la pollution de la mer Medi~erranee par les l~ydr~carbu:~s et autres substances nuisibles en cas de situation critique seront ouverts it l'adhesion des Etats vises it l'article 24, de la Communaute economique ouropeenne et de tout groupement vise audit article.

2. Apres I'entree en vigueur d~ la presente Conve.n~ tion et de tout protocole y relatif, tout Etat non ':"Ise it l'article 24 pourra adherer it la p~esente C~nventI,on et it tout protocole, sous reserve d approbation prealable par les trois quarts des parties contractantes au protocole eoncerne.

3. Les instruments d' adhesion seront deposes aupres du Depositaire.


1. La presente Convention entrera en vigueur it la meme date que le premier des protocoles it entrer en vigueur.

2. La Convention entrera egalement en vigueur it l'egard des Etats, de la Communaute economique .europeenne et de tout groupement eeonomique regIO~a,l, vises it 1'article 24, qui auront accomph le~ formahtes requises pour devenir parties contracta~tes a .tout autre protocole qui ne serait pas encore entre en vigueur.

3. Tout protocole it la presente Convention! sauf disposition contraire de ce protocole, entrera e~ ~IgU?Ur Ie trantieme jour it compter de.l.a d~te du, depot d.au moins six instruments de ratification, d acceptation ou d'approbation de ce protoc?Ie ou d'adhesion a celuici par les parties visees it l' article 24.

4. Par la suite, la presente Convention et tout protocole entreront en vigueur it regard de tout Etat, de Ia Communaute economiqu~ europ~e?n~ ~t ~e tout groupement economique regIOnal, VIses a 1 article 24,


Ie trentierne jour apres I~ depot de l'instrument de ratification, d'acceptation, d'approbation ou d'adhesion.


1. A tout moment apres 1'expiration d'un delai de trois ans it compter de la date it laquelle la presente Convention sera entree en vigueur, to ute Partie contractante pourra denoncer Ia Convention en dormant par eorit une notification it cet effet.

2. Sauf disposition contraire de I'un queiconque des protocoles it la presente Convention, toute Partie contractante pourra, it tout moment apres l'expiration d'un delai de trois ans a compter de la date d'entree en vigueur de ce protocole, denoncer Ie protocole en donnant par ecrit une notification a cet elfet.

3. La denonciation prendra effet 90 jours apres la date it laquelle elle aura ete recue par lo deposita ire.

4. Toute Partie contract ante qui denonce la presente Convention sera oonsideree comme ayant egalement denonce tout protocole auquel elle etait partie.

5. Toute Partie contractante qui, a la suite de sa denonciation d'un protocole, n'est plus partie Ii aucun des protocoles it la presents Convention sera consideree comme ayant egalement denonce la presents Convention.


1. Le Depositaire notifie aux Parties contractantes, it toute autre partie visee a l'article 24, ainsi qu'a 1'0rganisation :

i) La signature de la presents Convention et de tout protocole y relatif et Ie depot des instruments de ratification, d'acceptation, d'approbation ou d'adhesion, effectues conformernent aux dispositions des articles 24, 25 et 26;

ii ) La date a laquelle la Convention et tout protocole entreront en vigueur conformernent aux dispositions de l' article 27 ;

iii) Les notifications de denonciation faites con forrnement aux dispositions de I'article 28 ;

iv) Les amendements adoptes en ce qui concerne la Convention et tout protocole, leur acceptation par les Parties contractantes et la date d'entree en vigueur de ces amendements conformement aux dispositions de l'article 16 ;

v) L' adoption de nouvelles annexes et les amendements it toute annexe conformement aux dispositions de l' article 17 ;

vi) Les declarations d'acceptation de l'application obligato ire de la procedure d'arbitrage conforrnemsnt au paragraphe 3 de l'article 22.

2. L'original de la presente Convention et de tout proto cole y relatif sera depose au pres du Depositaire, Ie Gouvernement de 1'Espagne, qui en adressera des copies eertifiees con formes aux Parties contractantes et it l'Organisation'T ai!lsi qu'~u Secretaire g~neral de 1'0rganisation des Nat,IOns l~m~s, J;lour enregIstrement et publication conformement a I Article 102 de la Charte des Nations Unies.

EN FOI QUOI les soussignes, dument autorises par leurs gouvernements respectifs, ont signe la presente


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ANNEXE A Arbitrage Article premier

A moins que les parties au differend n'en com:iennent autrement, la procedure d'arbitrage est condmte conforrnement aux dispositions de la presente annexe.

Article 2

1. Sur requete adressee par une Part~e c?ntractante a une autre Partie contractante en application des paragraphes 2 ou 3 de l' article 22 de la Convention,. il est constitue un tribunal arbitral. La requete d'arbitrage indique I'ohjet de la requete, y compris, notamment les articles de la Convention ou des protocoles dont 'l'interpretation ou l'application font l'objet de litige.

2. La partie requerante in forme I'Organisation du fait qu'elle a dernande la constitution d'un tribunal arbitral du nom de l'autre partie au differend ainsi que des articles de la Convention ou des protocoles dont l'interpretation ou l'application font a son avis I'objet du litige. L'Organisation communique les informations ainsi recues a toutes les Parties eontractantes a la Convention.

Article 3

Le tribunal arbitral est compose de trois membres ; chacune des parties au diiferend nomme un arbitre; les deux arbitres ainsi nornmes designent d'un commun accord le troisieme arbitre, qui assume la presidence du tribunal. Ce dernier ne doit pas etre ressortissant de rune des parties au differend, ni avoir sa residence habituelle sur le territoire de l'une de ces parties, ni se trouver au service de rune d'eHes, ni s'etre deja occupe de l'affaire a aucun titre.

Article 4

1. Si dans un delai de deux mois apres la nomination du deuxieme arbitre. le president du tribunal arbitral n'est pas designe, Ie Secretaire general des Nations Unies precede, a la requete de la partie la plus diligente, a sa designation dans un nouveau delai de deux mois.

2. Si; dans un delai de deux mois apres la reception de la requete, rune des parties au differend ne precede pas a la nomination d'un arbitre, l'autre partie peut saisir Ie Secretaire general des Nations Unies qui designe Ie president du tribunal arbitral dans un nouveau delai de deux mois. Des sa designation, le president du tribunal arbitral demande a la partie qui n'a pas nomme d'arbitre de le faire dans un delai de deux mois. Passe ce delai, il saisit le Secretaire general des Nations Unies qui precede a cette nomination dans un nouveau delai de deux mois.

Article 5

1. Le tribunal arbitral decide selon les regles du droit international et, en particulier, de la presento Convention et des protocoles concernes.

2. Tout tribunal arlitral constitue aux termes de la presente annexe etahlit ses propres regles de procedure.

Article 6

1. Les decisions du tribunal arbitral, tant sur la procedure que sur Ie fond, sont prises a la majorite des voix de ses membres.

~: Le trib?nal. peut p~endre toutes mesures appro'lees pour etabhr les faits. Il peut, a la demande de

l'une des parties, recommander les mesures conscrvatoires indispensables.

3. Si deux ou plusieurs tribunaux arbitraux constituees aux termes de la presente annexe se trouven1 saisis de reo uetes avant des objets identiques ou analogues, ils peuvent s'informer des p~ocedures relatives a l'etablissement des faits et en temr compte dans la mesure du possible.

4. Les parties au differend fourniront toutes Iacilites neoessaires pour la conduite efficace de la procedure.

5. L'absence ou le defaut d'une partie au differend ne fait pas obstacle a la procedure.

Article 7

1. La sentence du tribunal arbitral est motivee.

Elle est definitive et obligatoire pour les parties au differend,

2. Tout dilferend qui pourrait surgir entre les parties concernant I'mterpretation ou l'execution de la sentence peut etre soumis par la partie la p.lus dilig~nte au tribunal arbitral qui I'a rendue ou, si ce dermer ne peut en etre saisi, a un autre tribunal arbitr~l constitue a cet effet de la meme maniere que Ie premier.

Article 8

La Cornmunaute econornique europeenne et tout groupement eoonomique vise a l'article 24 de la Convention, comme toute autre Partie contractante a la Convention, sont habilites ca agir comme requerants ou appeles devant Ie tribunal arbitral.


Les Parties contractantes au present Protocole, Etant parties a la Convention pour la protection de la mer Mediterranee contre la pollution,

Reconnaissant Ie danger que fait courir au milieu marin la pollution resultant des operations d'immersion de dechets ou autres matieres, effectuees par les navires et aeronefs,

Estimant qu'il est de l'interet commun des Etats riverains de la mer Mediterranee de protegsr le milieu marin contre ce danger,

Tenant compte de la Convention sur la prevention de la pollution des mers resultant de l'immersion de dechets et d'autres matieres, adoptee a Londres en 1972,

Sont convenuesde ce qui suit ;

Article premier

Lea Parties contractantes au present Proto cole (ciapres denommass «Ies Parties» ) prennent to utes mesures approprises pour prevenir et reduire la pollution de la zone de la mer Mediterranes resultant des operations d'immersion effectuees par les navires et les aeronefs.

Article 2

La zone d'application du present Protocole est la zone de la mer Mediterranee delimites a l'article premier de la Convention pour la protection de la mer Mediterranee contre la pollution (ci-apres denommee «la Convention» ).



Article 3 Aux fins du present Protoeole :

1. ,«Navires et aeronefs» signifie vehicules circulant sur I eau, dans I'eau, o~ dans les airs, quel qu'en soit Ie type. , ~ette expres~IOn englobe les vehicules sur coussm .d air et les ~ngms fIottants, qu'ils soient autopropulses ou non, ainsi que les plates-formes ou autres ouvrages places en mer et leur equipement.

2. «( Dechets cu autres matiores» signifie materiaux et substances de tout type, de toute forme et de toute nature.

3. «Immersion» signifie:

a) Tout rejet delihere dans la mer de dechets et

autres matierss a partir de navires et aeronels ;

b) Tout sabordage en mer de navires et aeronefs. 4. Le terme «imm ersion» ne vise pas :

a) Le rejet en mer de deohets ou autres matieres resu.ltant ou provenant de I'exploitation normale de navl~es et aeronefs ainsi que leur equipernent, it l'excaption des dechets ou autres matieres transportee par ou transbordes sur des navires ou aeronefs qui sont utilises. pour l'immersion de ces matieres ou provenant du traitement de tels dechets ou autres matieres it bord desdits navires ou aeronefs,

b) Le depot de matieres a des fins autres que leur simple elimination sous reserve qu'un tel depot ne soit pas incompatible avec l'objet du present Protocole

5. «Organisation» signifie l'organisme vise a Particle 13 de la Convention.

Article 4

L'immersion dans la zone de la mer Mediterranee de dechets ou autres matieres enumeres a l'annexe I du present Protocole est interdite.

Article 5

L'immersion dans la zone de la mer Medit.erranee de deohets ou autres matieres enumeres it I'annexe II du present Protocole est snbordonnee, dans chaque cas, a la delivrance prealable, par les aut.orites nationales competentes, d'un permis specifique.

Article 6

L'immersion dans la zone de la mer Msditerranee de tout autre dechet ou autre matiere est subordonnee it la delivrance prsalable, par les autorit.es nation ales cornpetentes, d'un permis general.

Article 7

Les permis vises aux articles 5 et 6 ci-dessus ne seront delivres qu'apres un examen attentif de tous les facteurs enumeres it I'annexe III du present Protocole. L'Organisation recevra les donnees relatives auxdits permis.

Article 8

Les dispositions des articles 4, 5 et 6 ne s'appliquent pas en cas de force majeure due aux intemperies ou it toute autre cause lorsque la vie humaine ou la securite d'un navire ou d'un aeronef est menacee. Dans ce cas, les deversements seront immediatement notifies it I'Organisation et, par l'intermediaire de l'Organisation ou directement it toute Partie qui pourrait etre affectee, avec tous les details concernant les circonstances, la nature et les quantites des dechets ou autres matieres immerges.

Article 9

~n cas ~e situation critique ayant un earactere exceptIO~nel, S.l une Partie estime que des dechets ou autres matieres figurant a I'annexe I du present Protocole ne peuyent etre elimines it terre sans risque ou prejudice inacceptable, notamment pour la securite de la vie de l'.homm~, elle. cO!1sultera immediatement l'Organisation. L Organisation, apres consultation des Parties au present Protocole, rrcommandera des methodes de stock age on les moyens de destruction 011 .I'elimination les plus satisfaisants selon lcs circonstancos. La Partie in~or~era l'Organisation des rnesures adoptees en application de ces recomrnarulat.ions. Los Parties s' engagent it se preteI' mutuellement assistanc« dans de telles situations.

Article 10

1. Chaque Partie designe une on plusieurs autorites

competentes pour:

a) Delivrer les pormis specifiquas vises a 'articlel 5 .

b) Delivrer les permis generaux vises it I' article 6 :

c) Enregistrer la nature et la quantile des dcehet~ ou alltrp:s matieres dont l'immersion est autorisee, ainsi que Ie lieu, la date et Ia methode d'immorsion.

. 2. Les autorites cornpetentes de chaque Partie clelivreront les permis vises aux articles ;) et G pour les dechets ou autres matieres destines (I l'immersion :

a) Charges sur son territoire ;

b) Charg~s .par un navire ou un aerone] enregist.re sur son territoire on battant son paviIlon lorsque ce chargement a lieu sur le territoire d'un Eta! non part ie au present Proto cole.

Art.icle 1t

1. Chaque Partie applique les mesures rcquises pour la mise en oeuvre du present Protocole :

a) Aux navires et aeronefs enregistres Sill' son t.erritoire ou batt ant son pavilion ;

b) Aux navires et aeronefs chargeant SUI' son t erritoire des dechets ou autres matieres qui doivent dtre immerges;

c) Aux navires et aeronefs presumes eff'ectuer des operations d'immersion dans les zones relevant, en la matiere, de sa juridiction.

2. Le present Protocole ne s'applique pas aux naviras et aeronefs appartenant it un Etat partie au present Protocole ou exploitee par cet Etat tant que celui-ci les utilise exclusivement a des fins gouvernementales et non commerciales. Cependant, chaque Partie doit s' assurer, en prenant des mesures appropriees qui ne rompromettent pas les operations ou la capacite operationnelle des navires ou aeronefs lui appartenant ou exploitee par elle, que eoux-ci agissent d'une maniere compatible avec Ie present Proto cole, pour autant que cela so it raisonnablc dans la pratique.

Article 12

Chacune des Parties s'engage a donner pour instruction ,{ ses navires et aeronols d'inspection maritime ainsi qu' aux autres services qualifies de signaler il leur autorit es nationales tons incidents on situations dans la zone de In mer Metljtrrran~;e qui font soupeonner qu'il y a en ou qu'il YH y avoir immersion contraire aux dispositions du present Proto cole. Cette Partie en informera, si eHe Ie juge opportun, toute autre Partie interessee.

Article 1.3

Aucune des dispositions du present Protocole ne porte atteinte au droit de chaque Partie d'adopter d'autres mesures, coniorrnement au droit international

]a pollution due aux operations d'immer-

Article 14

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contraotanfes a la Convention organisees en application de Particle 14 de ladite Convention. Les Pa:'Uq,5 au present Protocole peuvent aussi tenir des r~i;r.ioi~ extraordinaircs conlormement it 1'article 14 de laConvcntion.

2. Les reunions des Parties au present c Protocole cnt notamrnont pour objet:

a) De veillcr a I'application du present Protocole, et I1'C'cC1lT;lnc:' l'cff;f'~,cit(~ des mesures adoptees et l'opport.unite de prendre d'autees dispositions, en particulier sous forme d'annexcs ;

b) D'ctudier et d'apprecier les donnees relatives aux permis delivres conforrnernsnt aux articles 5, 6 et 7 et aux immersions operecs ;

:'~lDe reviser et d'amenrler, le cas echeant, to ute llinexe au present Protocole;

d) De remplir, en taut que de besoin, toutes autres fonctions en application du present Protocole.

:3. Les amendements aux annexes du present Protocole en vertu de l'article 17 de la Convention sont adopt()s par un vote it la majorite des trois quarts des P<_.: l ;r:,.

Article 15

L Les dispositions de Ia Convention se rapportant u tout protocole s'appliquent it l'egard du present Protc('ole,

.z., La .reglement .interieur et les regles Iinancieres uJoi)tc8S conformement it l'article 18 de 'Ia Convention s'ul'l'liquent a regard du present Protocolo, it moins que les Parties au present Protocole n'en conviennent aut.rement,

EN FOI QUOI les soussignes, dumentautorises par leurs gomcrnements. respectifs, ont signe Ie present Protocole.

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A. Les substances ou matieres suivantes sont enumerees aux fins d'application de l'article 4 du Protoeole :

1. Composes organo-halogenes et composes qui peuvent donner naissance it de teIles substances dans Ie milieu marin, it I'exclusion de ceux qui ne sont pas toxiques ou qui se transforment rapidement dans Ia mer en substances biologiquement inollensivesvpourvu qu'ils n'alterent pas Ie gO\4t des organismesmarins

comestibles. . ,

2. COlT:p.oscs orga~1?-silices et composes qui peuvent donn?:, rWl,'s:nec ii'(ie telles substances dans ·le milieu [(larin,. a l'exciusiolt dec6px qui ne sont pas toxiques 0'I:l qur se transfol'mentrapidement dans Ia mer en s~b~t:anccs biologiq~ement inoffensives, p~urvu qu'ils n aherent pas Ie gout deaorganismes manns comesti-

bles. .

;3: MeI:~OiI'e et C9lllposes du mercure. '4. CadrmtlD1et composes du'cadmium.

5. Plastiques persistants et·( autres materiaux synthetiques persistants qui peuvent materiellement gener - la peehe ou la navigation, diminuer les agrements ou gener toutes autres utilisations legititnes de la mer.

6. Petrole .. brut et. hydrocarbures pouvant deriver du petrole ainsique melanges,contenant ces produits, charges it bord pour etre immerges.

7. Dechets et autres matieres, fortement, moyennement et faiblement radioactifs, tels qu'ils seront . definis par l' Agence internationale de 1'energie atomique.

8. Composes acides et basiques dont la composition et la quantite sont telles qu'ils peuvent compromettre gravement la qualite des eaux marines. La composition et la quantite it prendre en consideration seront determinees par les Parties seIon Ia procedure prevue au paragraphe 3 de I'article 14 du present Protocole.

9. Matieres produites pour Ia guerre biologique et chimique sousquelque forme que ce soit (par exemple solide, Iiquide, semi-Iiquide, gaieuse ouivivante ),. it 1'exclusion de celles qui sont rapidement rendues inoffensives dans la mer par des processus physiques, chimiques ou biologiques pourvu :

i) Qu'elles n'alterent pas le gout des organismes marins comestibles ; ou

Ii) Qu'elles ne presentent ~as de danger pour Ia sante de l'homme ou des animaux,

B. La presente annexe ne s'applique pas aux dechets et autres matieres, tels que les boues d'egouts et les deblais de dragage, qui contiennent les substances definies aux paragraphes 1 it 6 ci-dessus it l'etat de contaminants en traces. L'immersion de cas dechets est soumise aux dispositions des annexes II et III, selon Ie cas.


B. Les deehets et autres matieres dont 'Pimmersion necessite des precautions speciales sont enumeres ciapres aux fins d'application de l'article 5 du Protocols :

1. i) Arsenic, plomb, euivre, zinc, beryllium, chrome. nickel, vanadium, selenium, antimoine et leurs composes,

ii) Cyanures et fluorures,

iii) Pesticides et sous-produits de pesticides non vises it l' annexe I,

iv) Substances chimiques organiques synthetiques autres que cellesvisees it 1'annexe I, susceptihles d'avoir des effets nuisibles sur Iss organismes marins ou d'alterer le gout des organismes marins comestibles .


. 2. i) Comp08e~ ~ci~es et basiques dont la eompositl~n et Ia quantite n ont pas encore etC deterrninees survant Ia procedure prevue. au paragraphe A.S de l'annexe I,

ii) Composes acides et basiques non couverts par l' annexe I, it I' exclusion des composes it deverser en quantites inf~rieur~s it des seuilsqui seront determines par les Partl~s s?Ivant la procedure prevue au para-

graphe 3 de 1 article 14 du p~ent protocole; .

3. Conteneurs, Ierraille et autres dechets vohllni'neut. su~ptiblesd'etre «!eposes au fond de'la mer ou de cona.uer un Jilerreuxobstacle· it Ia pecbe ou it -la navigation;

·4. Substanc~squi,.bienqul;).~n toxiques par nature,

peuvent dev~mr. neorves e.. . on des quantitel! immer-

g6u; ~ ou qUlI'lsquentde . . . uer sensiblement les

agrements, ou de mettre e.n;ianger la vie humaine ou . les organismes marins ou d'cntraver la navigation;

5. Dechets radioactifs ou autres matieres radioactives qui ne seront pas comprises it l' annexe I. Pour la delivrance des permis d'immersion de ces matieres les Parties tiendront dfiment compte des recommandations

de l'o~~s~;inte~at.~pn~, l1~mR~,~~~~.~a~~~\.~~1 actuelleJJ1~t l Agence internationale de 1 enerzie .ato-

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Les facteurs qui doivent etre pris en consideration pour etahlir Ies eriteres regissant la delivrance des autorisations d'immersion de matieres, suivant les dispositions de l' article 7, sont notamment les suivants :


1. Quantite totale immerges et composition moyenne

de Ia matiere (par exemple par an); .

2. Forme (par exemple solide, houeuse, Iiquide ou gazeuse);

3. Proprietes physiques (telles que solubilite et densite), chimiques et biochimiques (teIles que demande en oxygene, substances nutritives) et biologiques (teIles que presence de virus, bacteries, levures, parasites);

4. Toxieite;

5. Persistance : physique, chimique et biologique; 6.Accumulationet transformation hiologique dans

Ies matieres biologiques ou sediments;

7. Sensibilite aux transformations physiques, chimiques et biochimiques et interaction dans Ie milieu aquatique avec d'autres matieres organiques et inorganiques dissoutea;

8. Probabilite de contramination et aut res alterations diminuant la' valeur commerciale des ressonrces marines (poissons, mollusques et crustacea, etc.).


1 ~ Emplacement (pal' exemple ooordonnees de la zone d'immersion, profondeur et distance des cotes), situation par rapport it d'a~tres emplacements ,(tels que-zones .d'agrement, de Irai, de culture et de peche, et ressourcea exploitables).

2. Cadence d'evacuation de la matiere (par exemple, quantite quotidienne, hebdomadaire, mensuelle ).

3. Methodes d'emballage et de conditionnement, le cas eeheant.

4. Dilution initiale realisee par la methode ~e decharge proposee, en partieuher la vitesse des navires.

5. Caracteristiques de dispersion (telles qu' effets des courants des marees et du vent sur le deplacement horizontal et Ie brassage vertical).

6. Caracteristiques de I'eau (telles que temperatures, pH, salinite, stratification, indices de polhrlio~ :. notamment oxygene disseue (aD),. de~~de chimique ,en oxygene (DCO),demande bioehimique ~n oxyge~e (DBa), preseneed'azote .sous forme,orgamq~e ou mrnerale, et notamment presence d a~moDlaqu~,. de matieres en ,suspension, d'autres matieres nutntrves,

productivite ).

7. Caracteristiques du fond .. !(telles que toJ)Ojj~ra: cllr.acteristiques geochimiques et geolofrigues

ctivite biologique}..: b,.'

8. .Existenca, et effeta d' IWtresimmersion.-$' I n-c:o.W\.lI!.""'" dans la zone d'immersion {par exemple, r'j i\!A'IrAS quant la presence de metaux lourds et la tone,ul' en carbone organique).

9-.Lors de la delivranee d'un ipermis d'immersion, leg Parties contractrmtas s'cfforcent de determiner s'il _te·June base scientifiqu« adequate pour evahie-t; sllivunt les dispositions qui precedent, ct compte tenu des variations ~;<tisionnieres, les consequonces d'une irnmersion dans la zone conoern-ie.


1. Effets eventuels sur Ies zones d'agl'~illljnt (tels que presence de materiaux Ilottants ou echoues, turbidite, odeurs desagreablas, decoloration, ccume ).

2 .. Effats eventuels sur la Iaune et Ill. Ilore marines, la piscikulture et 1a conchyliculture, lcs reserves pui:'lsonieres et les pecheries, la recolto et la culture d'aljues,

3. Effets eventuels sur las autres utilisations de la mer (tels que: alteration de la qualite de l'cau pour des usages industriels, corrosion so us-marine (hs ouvrages en mer. Perturbation du fonctionnement des navires par les matieres flottantes, entraves it Ill. peche et it la navigation duos au depot de dechots ou d'objets solides sur le fond de la mer et protection de Z'Hl(~S d'une importance particuliere du point de VU3 scientifique ou de la conservation).

4; Possibilites pratiques de recourir sur Ill. C,;:r:j Iorrna it d'autres methodes de traiternent, de rejet Oil :.!'6limination, 011 a des traitements reduisant la n')l'.i,riV, des rnatieres avant leur immersion en mer,


Les Parties contractantes au present protoco!a, Etant parties a la Convention pour la protect ion de la mer Mediterranee contre la pollution,

Reconnaissant qu'une pollution grave d,,:, e<1:'1::. de la zone de Ill. mer Mediterraneo par les hydr-ol";trhu1'0S et autres substancesnuisibles peut Creel' un danger pour les Etats riverains et Ies ecosystemes marins,

Estimant que Ia lutte contra cette pollution appolle la cooperation de t()US les Etats riverains de la ~vbliterranes,

Ayant it l'csprit 1<1 Convention internationnto do Jm3 pour la prevention de 1& pollution par les navirc.i, Ia Convention internationale de 1960 sur l'j'ltei''.'cr.lion en haute mer en cas d'acoi.ient entrainant ou pouvant entraincr une pollution pit' k:; hy.lrocar oures, ainsi que le Protocole de 1973 S.H' I'intorvention ea

mer en cas de pollution pur ':,;5 substances autres

des hydrocarbures,

Tenant compte egalemenL de Ia Convention tionale de 1969 sur la respousabilite c1yire poar) dommages dus it la pollution pnr I",s hydw(nrh\ll'es,

Sont convenues tie ce qui. suit, :



Article premier

Les Parties contract antes au present Protocole (ciapres deD:0~me~ «les .Parties») co?pere~t pour pre~dre les disp~ltHms necessaires au cas ou Ia presence masslv:e, d'origine accidentelle ou resultant d'un effet. ~umulatJf, d'hvdrocarbures ou d'autres substances nuisibles pollua;lt ou risquant de polluer Ies e.aux de la zone defi~ie it l'article premier de Ia Convention pour _Ia pro.tectl~n de Ia mer Mediterranee contre Ia pollution (CI apres denomrnee «la Convention» ) constitue un danger grave et imminent pour Ie milieu .marin, Ies. cotes ou les int.erets conn exes d'une ou plusieurs Parties,

Article 2

Aux fins du nresent Protocole, l'expression «interets connexes» s'ent~nd des interets d'un Etat riverain directement affecte ou menace et qui ont trait, entre autres :

a) Aux activites maritimes cotieres, portu~ires ou d'estuaires, y compris les activites des pecheries ;

b) A I'attrait historique et touri~ti9~e, "f ~o~pris les sports aquatiques et mitres aetivites recreatives, de Ia region consideree ;

c) A la sante des populations cotieres ;

d) _ \ Ia conservation des ressources vivantes.

Article 3

Les Parties s'efforcent de maintenir et de promouvoir, soit individuellement, soit en cooperation bilaterale ou multilaterale, leurs plans d'urgence et leurs moyens de lutte contre la pollution de la mer par Ies hydrocarhures et autres substances nuisibles. Ces moyens comprennent notamment les equipements, les navires, les aeronefs et les personnels necessaires aux operations en cas de situation critique.

Article 4

Les Parties developpent et meUent en oeuvre, soit individuellement, soit en cooperation bilaterals ou multilaterale, une surveillance active de la zone de la mer Mediterranee afin d'avoir une connaissance aussi precise que possible des faits definis it l'article premier du present Protocole.

Article j

En cas de jet ou de chute it. Ia mer de substances nuisibles en colis, conteneurs, citernes mobiles, camionsciternes ou wagons-citernes, les Parties s'engagent it cooperer dans Ia mesure du possible it. leur sauvetage et it leur recuperation de maniers it reduirs les risques de pollution du milieu marin.

Article 6

1. Chaque Partie s'engage it diffuser aux autres parties des informations concernant:

a) L'organisation nationals ou Ies autorites nationales competentes en matiere de lutte contre la pollution de Ia mer par les hydrocarbures et autres substances nuisibles;

b) Les autorites nationales competentes chargees de recevoir les informations concernant la pollution de la mer par les hydrocarbures et autres substances nuisibles et de traiter des affaires d'assistance entre les Parties;

c) Les methodes nouvelles en matiere de prevention de Ia pollution de la mer par les hydrocarbures et autres substances nuisibles, les precedes nouveaux pour combattrc la pollution, et Ie developpement de programmes de recherches y afferents,

2. Les Parties qui, Ie cas echeant, sont convenues d'echangen direetement entre elles ces informations sont neanmoins tenues de les communiqueI' au centre

regional. Ce dernier en assure Ia .c~mm':l~ication aux autres Parties et sous reserve de reciprocite, aux Etats

, . . , .

riverains de la zone de Ia mer Mediterranee qUI ne sont

pas parties au present Protocole.

Article 7

Les Parties s'engagent it. coordonner l'utilisation des moyens de communication dont elles disposent pour assurer, avec la Iiabilite et la rapidite necessaires, Ia reception, la transmission et Ia diffus~on de tou~ rapports et informations _urgentes. relatifs aux f~I~S et situations definis it l'article premier. Le centre regional sera dote des moyens de communication qui lui permettront de participer it. eet effort coordonne et, notamment, de remplir Ies fonctions qui lui sont assignees par Ie paragraphe 2 de l'article 10.

Article 8

1. Chaque Partie fait donner au~ capit,:in,es de n~vires battant son pavilIon et aux pilotes d aeronefs immatrieules sur son territoire des instructions les invitant it signaler it une Partie ou autre centre regional, par Ies voies les plus rapides et les plus adequates, compte tenu des circonstances, et conforrnernent it l'annexe I du present Protocole :

a) Tous les accidents causant ou pouvant causer une pollution des eaux de la mer par les hydrocarbures et autres substances nuisibles ;

b) La presence les caracteristiques et I'etendue des nappes d'hydroc~rbures ou de sub~tances nuisibles reperees en mer et de nature. ~ constl~uer une me~ace grave et imminente pour Ie milieu marI~, pour les .cotes ou les interets connexes d'une ou plusieurs Parties.

2. Les informations recueillies conforrnement au paragraphe 1 sont oommuniquses aux a~tres Parties susceptibles d' etre affectees par la pollution :

a) Soit par la Partie ayant recu ces informations directement ou, de preference, par l'intermediaire du centre.

b) Soit par Ie centre regional.

En cas de communication directe entre Parties, Ie centre regional sera in forme des dispositions prises par ces Parties.

3. En consequence de l'application des dispositions du paragraphe 2, les Parties ne sont pas tenues it I'obligation prevue it. l'article 9,'paragraphe 2, de Ia Convention.

Article 9

1. Toute Partie confrontee it. une situation de la nature de celIe definie it. l'article premier du present Protocole doit:

a) Faire les evaluations necessaires concernant Ia nature et l'importance de l'accident ou de Ia situation necessitant des mesures d'urgence ou, Ie cas echeant, Ie type et la quantite approximative des hydrocarbures ou autres substances nuisibles, ainsi que Ia direction et la vitesse de derive des nappes;

b) Prendre toutes mesures susceptibles d'eliminer ou de reduire les effets resultant de la pollution;

c) Informer immediatement les autres Parties, soit directement, soit par l'intermediaire du centre regional, de ces evaluations et de toute action entreprise ou prevue pour Iutter contre la pollution;

d) Continuer it observer Ia situation aussi Iongtemps que possible et fa ire un rapport conforrnemant it I'article 8.

2. En cas d'action pour combattre la pollution provenant d'un navire, toutes Ies mesures possibles devront



etre prises pour sauvegarder les personnes presentes i:t bord et, aut ant que fa ire se peut, Ie navire lui-merne, Toute Partie qui entreprend une teIle action doit en informer I'Organisation intergouvernementale consultative de la navigation maritime.

Article 10

~. T.outePartie ayant hesoin d'assistance pOUI' une operation de lutte contre la pollution par les hydrocarbures ou autres substances nuisibles polluant ou menacant de polluer ses cotes peut demander soit directement, soit par I'intermediaire du centre ;eO'ional vise it l'artiele 6,. Ie concours d'autres Parties, "celles qui sont ~usceptJbles d'etre egalement affectees par la pollution etant sollicit.ees en premier lieu. Ce concours peut comporter notamment des conseils d'experts et la fourniture ou mise i:t disposition de produits, d'equipement et de moyens nautiqucs, Les Parties ainsi sollicitees font t.ous les efforts possibles pour a pporter leur concours.

2. Si les Parties engagees dans l' operation ne peu vent s'entendre sur la conduite meme de la lutte, Ie centre regional pout, avec leur accord, coordonner l' activite des moyens mis en oeuvre pal' ces Parties.

Article 11

L'application des dispositions pertinentes des articles 6, 7, 8, 9 et 10 du present Protocole concernant Ie centre regional sera etendue selon qu'il conviendra aux centres sous-regionaux lors de leur creation eventuelle, compte tenu de leurs objectils et Ionctions ainsi que de leur relation avec led it centre n~gional.

Article 12

1. Les reunions ordinaires des Parties au present Protocole se tiennent lors des reunions ordinaires des Parties contractantes a la Convention organisees en application de l'article 14 de ladite Convention. Les Parties au present Protocole penvent aussi tenir des reunions extraordinaires conformement a l'article 14 de la Convention.

2. Les reunions des Parties au present Protocols ont notamment pour objet:

a) De veiller a l'application du present Protocole et d'examiner l'sfficaoite des mesures adoptees et l'opportunite de prendre d'autres dispositions, notamment sous la forme d'annexes ;

b) De reviser et d'amender, le cas echeant, toute annexe au present Protocole ;

c) De remplir en tant que de besoin toutes aut.res fonctions en application du present Protocole.

Article 13

1. Les dispositions de la Convention se rapportant a tout protocole s'appliquent a I'ogard du present Protocole.

2. Le reglement interieur et les regles Iinancieres adoptee conforrnement a l'article 18 de In ConvenllOll

s'appliqusnt a I'egard du present Protocole u moins que les Parties au present Proto cole n'en cdnviennent autrement.

EN FOI DE QUOI les soussignes, dumont autorises par leurs gouvernements respectifs, ont signe Ie present Proto cole.

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Contenu du rapport a rediger en application de l'nrt.icle ::) du present Prutocole

1. Chaque rapport donne si possibl«, ell ['(\glc g,'ml~rale :

a) L'identif'icut.iou de Ia source de P()1l11tiull (("\1'11- tuellernent l'identite <In navire ) ;

b) La position geogmphique, I'heure et In date tk l'evenement on de l'observat.ion ;

c) L'etat du vent et de la mer dans la zone; et

d) Les details pertinenLs sur I'etat till navire si la pollution provient do celui-ci.

2. Chaque rapport donne si possible, en particulier : a) Des renseignements detailles sur la nature des substances nuisibles en cause, y cornpris lour appellation technique exacte (I'appelation comrnerciale no d('\T<Jil. pas etre utiliscc il In place lip l'uppcllation lct'liniql!t' exude) ;

b) La quuutil.e exacl.e ou approxiruat.ive, la ,'i![l(Tlltration ainsi que l' etat probable des substances II uisihles rejetees 011 susceptibles (['elrll rcjetces il Ja mer ; c) Le cas echeant., la description de I' emballage et des marques d'identification; ct

d) Lc nom de l'expediteur, du rlest.inataire t'l till fabricant.

3. Dans la mesure du possible, chaque rapport in.lique elaircment si la substance. nuisible rejetee ou suscept ih!o d' eIre rejetee est un hydrocarbure, nne substa nee nocive it I'etat liquide, au solide, ou gazellx, ct si cettc substance etait ou est transportee en vrac Oil en colis, dans des conteneurs, des citernes mobiles on des camions-citernes et wagons-citernes.

4. Chaque rapport doit etre complete, sil y a lieu, par tout autre renseignernent pertinent qui est demande par I'une des personnes auxquelles Ie rapport est adresse on que l'autour du rapport juge appropric.

5. Toute pers()nne visee it l'ai-ticle 8, parugruph« 1, du present Protocole doit :

a) Completer dans la mesure d u possible le rapport initial, s'il y a lieu, par des renseignernents sur 1'8VOlution de la situation; et

b) AccedeI' dans to ute la mcsure possible aux de. mandes de renseignements cornplcrnentaires e .. anun des Etats afr.::e[,;s.



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3. Me:'t'a TO\l oPLcrfLov TOU, 0 IIpoe:opoe; TaU ~LOCL't'"lJTLXOU ~LXOCcrTY)PLOU Oa ~"IJ~G"I) &'7t0 TO OLOCOLXOV Mepoe; 't'0 07tO!.O\l 0e:\I U7teoe:L~e: OLOCL't'"I)~\I va 7tpOC~"IJ TOUTO EVTOe; 8LfLY,\lOU. Me:Ta ~V 7tocpeAe:ucrL\I T~e; 7tp06e:O'fLLOCe; OCUT~e;, aa doo7toL~cr"IJ TO\l re:\lLXO\l rpOCfLfLocTeoc TOU O.H.E. 0 07t0~0e; XOCL aa ur:08d;"IJ TO\l 't'OLOUTO\l ~LOCLT"IJ't'lj\l E\lTOe; 7tpoO'ae-rou ()L[L~\lOU 7tpoae:crfLLOCC;.

"AflOpO\l 5

1. To ~LOC~'t'"lJTLXOV ~LXOCcrT~pLO\I a' OC7tOrpoccrLO"''l crufLcp6)\lWe; 7tpOe; TOUC, xocvovoce; 't'OU OLe:O\lOUC, OLXOCLOU XOCL dOLxwTe:PO\l 7tpOe; TOUe; xocvovocc, -rije; II ocpouO'"lJc, ~u~J.~occrzwc, XOCL TWV crXe:TLXW\I

7tP(,)'t'oxoAAwv. '

2. ~LOCL't'"I)'t'LXO\l OLXOCcr~pLO\I O'lJyxpo't'"lJOe:\I crU[LCPW\lwc, 7tpOe; Tae; O~OCTOC~e:Le; TOU 7tOCpO\lTOe; IIOCPOCPT'l)fLOC't'OC, oeo\l a7tWe; xocTOCP1'LG"I) tOLoUe; OCUTOU OLocoLxoccrTLxoue; XOC\lovocc,.

"Apapo\l 6

1. At &'7tOCPOCcre:LC, TOU ~LOCL"r"IJ't'LXOU ~LXOCO''t'"I)PLOU, €'ItL

-rijc, OLocoLxocaLocc, xocl T~e; O,)O'LOCC" 6a AOC[L~OC\lW\lTOCL aLa 7tAe:LOY;"lJcpLOCC, TWV MzpW\I OC,jTOU.

2. To OLXIXO'~pLOV OUVOC't'OCL va AOCfL~OCv'lJ 7tOCV 7tpocrcpopO\l [Le-rpov o~a ~v E~OCXpL~Wm\l TWV ye:YOVOTWV. Ty, 7tPOTOCcre:L E\lOC, TW\I Me:pwv, OUVOCTOCL \la crU\lLcr1'OC 7tPOG(uPLVrX &crcpOCALcrnxa [Le-rpoc E7tL -rije; OUcrLOCC,.

3. 'Eocv OUO ~ 7te:PLcrcrO't'e:poc OLOCLT"IJ't'LXa OLXOCcr~PLOC, cruyXpO't'"l)O&VTOC crufLcpwvWe; 7tpoc, TOCe; OLOC't'OC~e:~e; TOU 7tOCpO\lTOe; II ocpOCp~fLOCTOe;, &'O"X,oAouv1'ocL fL& /)fLOLOC ~ 7tOCpe:[Lcpe:p1j aefLOC't'oc, OU\lOC\ITOCL v' &VTocAAoccrGOU\I 7tA"lJpocpopLoce; E7tL -rijc, OLOCOLxocaLocc, aLa ~V E~OCXPL~WO'LV TW\I 7tZPLcrTOC't'LXW\I XOCL vcy.

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4 T \ ~ , ~ ML 0 \ , " " ,

• oc oLOCOLXOC <:p"IJ oo: 7tOCpOCO"X,OU\I oAoce; TOCC, OC7tOCPOCL't'"I)-

't'OUe; oLe:uxoMvcre:LC, ad ~v OC7to't'zAe:cr[J.OCTLx'l)\I EX~OCcrLV 't'wv OLOCOLXOCcrLWV.

5. 'H &'7tOucrLoc ~ CPUYOOLX[OC EVOe; TW\I O\OCOLXWV 0e:\I aoc &7tOTeA£a·'l xWAu[Loc OLOC ~\I O"U\leXLO"\\I T~C;; O~OCOLXOCO'LOCe;.

"Apapov 7

1. 'H &'7tOCPOCcrLC, TOU OLOCL't'"I)''t'LXOU OLXOCcr't'"l)PLOU 6a ouvo-

8 ' '1', -, a' Ad 0' T ,


xlj xocl. U7tOXpe:WTLXYj aLa TOC OLoc8LXOC Mep"IJ.



"ApOpov 8

• H Eupw7':o(tX~ Otxovofm(.~ Kow61"Yje; x~t ot~3~7':0't"e: 7':e:PL-

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<pe:pe:L~XYj OL> OVOfLLXYj py~V<UCrLe; QtVOC<Pe:POILt;VYj de; 'ro &p-

Opov 24 'r~e; 7':~pouO"Y)e; 1:u[L~occre:we;, 3{)v~V'rOCL <1l<; xoct 'rOC 1:ufL~~AA6fLe:V()( l\HpYj voc EfLcpoc'IL~WV1"~L Evwmov 'rOU ~L~L'rYj'rLXOU ~LX~cr'rYjPLOU <1le; Eyx~Aou'r,e:e; ~ EYXOCAOUfLe:VOL.


occpopwv de; 1"~V 7':p6AYjtjlLV PU7':OCvcre:we; 'r~e; Me:croydou O~McrcrYje; EX ~e; ihoppLtjle:We; OC7':O~A~'t"WV xoct OCAAWV UALXWV EX 'rWV 7':AO[W'I x~t (XEpocrxOCCPW'I.

T oc crUfJ.~~AA6[Le:v~ Mep"l) 'rOU 7':~p6'1't"0e; TI PW1"OX6AAOU. 'A7':01"e:AOUV'rOC Mep"l) 'r~e; ~U[L~occre:we; 3d. 'r~v TIpocr'roccr[~v 1"~e; Me:croYe:LOU 0~McrO"Y)e; EX 'r~e; PU7':eX'Icre:we;.

'A 'r '" - \ 0 ' , (.l. '"

VOCyvWPL",OV'rOC -rov ~7':e:LI\OU'I'rC1: -ro OCI\(].crcrLO'l 7':EPLt-'~I\I\O'J,

, ~ , I ,')., "'.f.' A'

XLVoUVOV ex PU7':OCvcre:we; Ocpe:LI\O[Le:VYje; e:Le; omoppL't'LV om0t-'AYj'rW'1

~ rt.AAW'I oucrtwv EX 't"WV 7':AO[WV x~t oce:pocrx~qJwv.

0e:wpouv't"(]. ()'rL 'rOC 7':~pOCX't"LIX KpeX't""I) ~e; Me:croydou 0ocAoccro"y)e; EXOUV xowov Ev3L~qJepov 3LOC ~v 7':pocr'rC1:cr[~v 'rOU O~A~crcrLOU 7':e:PL~OCMOV'rOe; EX 't"OU xw3{)vou ~u't"ou.

"Exo'I't"~ {m' I5tj1e:L ~v ~U[L~MW 7':e:pt TIpoA~tjle:We; 'r~e; pU7':ocvae:we; 't"~e; OocAocaa"l)C; -E~ oc7':oppltjlewe; OC7':O~A~'rWJ 1) OCAAWV UALXWV, U1t0yp()(qJe:~aocv EV Aov3lvcp 'ro 1972, ~U'Ie:qJwv"I)cr~'1 'rOC XOC'rWOL :

"ApOpov 1

Toc ~u[L~oc),A6[Le:vC1: Mep"l) 'rOU 7':~p6'1't"0e; TIPW't"OX6AAOU, ocvocqJe:p6fLe:V()( Etpe:;1je; <1le; «TO: MEP"l)) Ooc 7':PE7':e:L voc AOC~OU\l {)A~ 'roc OC7':OCpOCL'r"IJ't"~ [L&-rpoc 3LOC ~v 7tp6A"I)tjlW xocl xoc'roca'roA~v ~e; pu1tocvae:we; ~e; IIe:pLOx.!fje; ~e; Me:croYe:LOU 0ocAoccro"y)<;, Ocpe:LAO[1.ev"I)e; de; oc7':oppltjle:\e; Ex 'rWV 7t1.OLWV xocl oce:pocrxoctpwv.

"ApOpov 2

• H 1te:pLOX~ de; ~'1 01tOLOCV OOC EqJC1:PfL6~e:'t"OCL 'r0 1tOCPOV IIpw'r6xoA1.ov dVOCL ~ TIe:pLOX~ -rile; Me:aoydou 0oc1.occro"y)e; <1le; OPL~e:'t"()(L E'I ocpOpcp I, 't~e; ~ufL~ocae:we; 3LOC ~v II pocr'rOCaLOC'l 'r.!fje; Meaoydou 0ocAocao"y)e; EX -c1je; PU7':OC'lcre:we;, ocvocqJe:pO [1.EV"I)e; EqJe:~~e; <1le; «~ufL~oc·O"Le;».

"ApOpov 3

~LOC 'roue; crX07tOUc; 't"OU 1tCxp6v't"0c; TIpw't"ox61.1.ou :

1. «n1.O~(l x(ll oce:poaxocqJ"I)) O"Y)[1.(lLVe:L 't"oc Em7tAeO'l't"(l ~ L7t't"eXfLe:VC1: crxocqJ1) o7toLOu3~1t0't"e 't"U1tOU. Ele; ocu't"oc 7te:PL1.oc[L~OCVOV't"()(L 't"oc oce:p6cr't"PWfl.VOC axocqJ"I) , 't"oc 1tAW't"OC VC1:U1t""'lY~fL(l't"(l, XL'JOufLe:VOC ocu't"03uvocfLWe; ~ [1.~, C1:t E~e3pocL X()(t OCAA(lL EV O~- 1.ocacr"l) xC1:'t"~axe:u~l XOC!. 0 E~07t1.Lcr[1.6e; -ecov.

2. «' A7tp6~A"I)'rC1: 1) oc1.Aoc UALXOC» a"l)fLoc[ve:L UALXOC xocl oucrL~e; 7t~v'roe; e:r30ue; [1.optp.!fje; ~ 7te:PLypC1:tp.!fje;.

3. «' A7t6ppLtjlLe;» o"y)fL(lLVe:L:

oc) IIa.cr~v ljOe:1.1)fLev1)v OC7t6PPLtjlW de; ~v OOCAMcrOCV &7t0- ~A~'t"WV 1) OCMWV u1.Lxwv U1tO 7t1.OL(uV x~l oce:pocrxocqJwv.

~) TIa.crocv ~Oe:A"I)[Le'I"I)v OC7':6PPLtjlW de; ~v Ooc1.Maocv 1t1.oL<U'1 xocl. oce:pocrxoctpwv.

4. • H «' A1tOppLtjlLe;» 3zv 1te:PLAOC[L~OCVe:L :

oc} T~v ocr.6ppL'~w de; TI)v OOCAMcr(lV &7':O~1.~'t"wv 1) OCM<U'J U),LXWV e:upLaxofLevwv 'ruxocLWe; 1) 7tOCPOCYOfLEVCuV x~'t"oc TI)v XOCVOVLX~V ),.e:L't"OUPyL~V 'rWV 7tAOLWV xocl 'rWV &e:pocrxocqJwv KOCI. 'rOU E;07tALcrfLou 'rWV 1tA~V 'rWV &7tO~A~'rWV 1) rJ.AAWV u1.LKWV fLE't"octpe:pofLevwv U7tO 'rWV 7tAOLWV 1) &EpOcrxOC<pwv 1) 7tPOC;

, \ 't:: - \ " '.l. -"

ocU'rOC E"U1t"I)pe:'rOUV'rOC 't"ov exoreov OC7tOppL't'EWe; 'rwv e:v 1.OYCP

U1.LXWV 1) 'rWV 7t~potyofLevwv EX -r.!fje; e:7te:~Epyotcr(oce; otu'rwv E7t!. 'rWV 'rOLOU'rWV 7tAO(WV 1) oce:pocrxC1:tpwv.

~) T~v EV~1t60EcrLV 'rOU uALxou [1.E: crx07tOV 3LOCqJ0POV -r.!fje; &1tOppltjlEwe; U7tO~V 7tPOU7t60E<1LV O'rL ~ 'rm~u'r"IJ Evoc7t60e:me; 3E:v &V'r[XEL't"OCL 7tpOe; 'roue; crx07tOUe; 'tOU 7tOCpov'roe; TIpwTox6AAOU.

5.5. «'OpyocvLafLoe;» O"Y)fLOCLVe:L TO ~wfLOC 't"o OCVotqJe:p6fLEVOf..

Ele; 't'o rJ.p6pov 13 -r.!fje; 1:ufL~occre:we; •

"Ap6pov 4

'A7t~yo)pe:Ue:'tOCL ~ ci7t0ppL\jne; de; ~v ne:pLOX~V -r.!fje; Me:croydou 0ocAoccro"y)e; 't"W'J ci7to~A~'t"wv ~ OCMWV oumwv 7te:PLAOCfL~~vOfLevwv de; 't'o TIocpocP'r"IJfLoc I 't'OU 7tocp6v'C"oe; TIpw't"ox6A1.ou.

"ApOpov 5

~LOC 't~v OC7tOPPLtjlLV de; ~v 7te:pLOX~V -r.!fje; Me:croydou 0ocAoccro"y)c; oc'l~qJe:pofLevwv e:le; TI OCpocP'r"IJfLOC II 'rOU 7tocp6v't"0e; TI pW'rOXOMOU ci7to~A~'t'wv 1) 11.Mwv OU(1\WV, ci7tOCL't"e:~'t'~L, de; EX&.a'r"IJv 7tEpL7t't'WcrLV, 7t(01)yOl'jJ.ev'Y) daLX~ rl3ELC1: 'tWV OCp[1.03LWV. E6vLXWV 'Apxwv.

"Ap6pov 6

~L:X "C~'I <i7CCPPL'~L'I <.i~ "C~'/ 'lCtpWZr,'/ 't"~~ 1h70·(do\) 8:xAI%O"O"1j<; 0),(,)'1 "CW'I (1.),A(,)V a'lC06A'I)"C(')'1 'I; u),:'/.(;w, <i7t~t"Ctt"C:xt Ilt'PO'tl,,(ouIl.S'l'l) "(t'ltx~ aa~t:x "CW'I ~PIl.O~((')'1 W'VtXW'/ 'Apzw'l.

"ApOpov 7

A! ocv~rp<':p6fLe:'1OCL d~ "rOC ocp6poc 5 xocl 6 OC3e:LIX~, OOC 1tpe1tEL voc Ex3[3wv't"~L fL6vov xlX't"6mv 7tpOo"<':X't'LX~e; a,~pe:u'r~crEw~ l5Awv, 't"W'I d~ 7tOCpocP'r"IJfLoc 3, 't'OU 7tOCpov'roe; r.PW'rOX6AAOU OCVOCtpEP0 [Le'lw'I, 7tOCpocyov't"wv. '0 'OpyC1:VLO"fLO~ Ooc 1tfH~7te:L voc EV'Y)fLEPOU't"OCL E7tl 't"~~ Ex30cre:w~ 't'W'I OC3e:LWV ocu't'W'I.

"ApOpo'l 8

At 3Loc't"oc~ELe; 't'WV ocpOpwv 4, 5 xocl 6 3€'1 ErpIXP[L6~ov't'~L E.Le; 7tEPL7t't"wcre:L~ ocvw't"epoc~ ~LOC~ Aby<u 3ua[1.e:'1wv X~LPLXWV (1\)VO"YjX0)'1 1) 7toco"y)e; 11.M'Y)e; ocl't'[occ;, Etp' ()O"ov l<L'IaU'Ie:uEL &''.1-

0' ,. I .., " - " ~, T - ,

P0)1tLV'Y) ,,(1) 1) OCcrtp~"",LOC 7tI\OLOU '1 crxOCqJOlj~. OLOCU't"IXL OC7tOp-

',11 0.' , \', , I "'0

pL't'e:L~ \lOC 7tpe:7t€L '1OC ~V~CPEPWV't"~L oc[Le:O"we; EL~ rov ?YOC'lL-

cr[1.ov, d't"E fLecrw ocu't"ou, 1) OC7t' e:uOe:loce; de; 't"o Mepo~ ~ 't"oc

Msp'l) ot~ 't'~ 07tOt~ t1'l~~ 7tt.s~'10'l '/~ u7tapl;oU'l e7tt7t"Cwa~t~ IU"C~ 7tA'I)P(,)'1 At7t"C0ll.epttw'I, 000'1 :i'!lopil 0.1<; "C~; au'l.s+.x~;, ."C~'1 <ptXm x~l 't'G:~ 7tOO'6"C'I)":~<; "CW'I <i'lC01iA.1]"C(,)'1 ~ (i),AW'I :i7CO;'p t'!l-IJttO"W'I oootW'I.

"ApOpo'l 9

'Eocv g'l Mepoc;, ocv't'LfLE't"W7t[~'Y) cro~ocpov OefLlX d3~x1je; 9ucre:we; X~;. xp[v'Y) ()'n &.7t6~A1)'t"~ ~ 11.1.AocL OUo"LIXL ocvocqJe:p6[LE:'1IXL de; 't'o llocpOCP'r"IJfLot I 't'OU 7tocp6v't'0<; IIpw't"ox6A1.ou 3€'1 Mvoc'l't'OCL voc EVC1:7t0're:60uv E7tt 't'OU Ea&.qJOUe; ocve:u &.7t~pocaex't'OU XL'IM'IOU ~ ~'lJfLLOCe;, 7tpO 7tOCV't"oc; 't"'ije; ocO"qJlX1.docc; OC'l6pW7tLV"I)e; ~W~C;, 't'o E'I3LOC<:pe:p6fLe:vO'l Mepoe; 60c 7tP&7tEL Ex 'tW'I 7tpo't"epw'I voc au'l<':vvo'Y)6.!fj [Le:'t"oc 't"ou 'OpyOCVLO"[LOU. '0 'OpyOC'lLcr[.l.OC; XC1:70m'l auve'l\lo~ae:we; [1.e:'roc 'twv MEPWV 't'ou 7tOCPO'l't"o<; TIPWWl<OAA()U, Ooc' 7tpo't'El'l"Y) [1.e6630ue; OC7tOO'Y)XEucrEwe; ~ 't"oc 7tMo'i xx't'ocAA'Y)A~ [.l.hpoc XIX't"OCO"'t"POtp'ij<; ~ OC7tOpp[tjle:wc; U7tO 't'oce; UrpLO"'t"ocfLe'loce; aU'I6~xlXe;. To fLepoe; ooc 7tpe7tEL voc E'I1jfLZPWO'"I) 't"0'1 'OpYOCVLO"[1.0'l 3LOC 't".~'1 7tpocYfLOC't"07tOLOU[1.ev"I)'1 E~e)'L~"J cruiJ.?C:)vwe; 7tpOe; 'toce; 7tocpouaOCe; aua't'ocO"ELe;. T oc fLep"l) U7t6crxOV't"IXL '1OC ocM'Y))\0~o"l)60u'I't"OCL de; 't'oL~,hlXe; 7te:pL7t't'wae:t~.

"ApOpov 10

1. "ExOCO"'C"o'l Mepoe; OOC 7tPE7':e:L voc XIXOOPLo"y) [1.LCIt'l ~ 7te:pLacro't"epoce; ocPfLo3LOC~ U1t"I)pe:o"LOCe; oct 01t\)~IXL:

oc) 00c h3L30uv 't"oc~ d3Lxoce; oc3docc; O"ufL'jl(:)Vwe; 7tpO<; 't"o &pOP0'l 5.

~) 00c e:X3L30u'I 't'oce; ye:vLXOCC; oc3d~e; auf1.<pwvwc; 1tpO~ "'0 OCpOpO'l 6.



, y) 80c 't'YJPOUV't'OCL ~V~fLe:pOL btl nj~ cpuO"e:w~ xocl 'r&V 7tO~'t'(r)v 'r61V ti7tO~A~TWV ~ rJJ..AWV OUO"L61V TOC (}7toi:oc bte:'rp1X7t1l v' «7t0PPLCPOOUV xocew~ xocl 7te:pl nj~ To7toOe:O"Loce;, nje; ~fLe:poI-Ulv£~ xocl. nje; fLE0080u lX7toppL~e:wc;.

2. At ciPfL08LoL u7t1)pe:O"LOCL hOCO"TOU Mepouc; OOc lxoLoou'J 't'~ 7tpO~Ae:7tOfLev~, U7tO T&V ocp6pwv 5 xoc1. 6, &odoce; f5O"o'J «cpopii de; TOC IX7tO~A1lTOC ~ 'ra Aoma UA~XCt 'ra 7tpoopL~6fLe.vOC 8,' ci7toppL~LV :

oc) T Oc CPOP'rWVOfLe:VOC ~v'ro~ nje; e7tLxpocTdocc; ocu'rou.

~) T Oc cpoP'rwvofLe:voc U7tO 7tAoLou ~ O"xoccpouc; v1loAoTl)fLEVOU tic; -rYjv E7tLXPOCT£LOCV TOU Mepouc; ~ cpepov'toc; ~v Ul)fLocLocv OCUTOU, ~cp' 1)0"0',1 ~ CPOP'rWo"LC; 7tpocYfLOC't07tOLe:f:TOCL EV'rOC; 't~c; e7tLxpocTdoc~ E'repou Kpoc'roue;, fL~ Mepouc; 't'OU II p())'rax6Mau 'rOUTOU.

"Ap6pov 11

1. "ExocO"'rov Mepoe; 60C 7tpe7te:L vOc AOCfL~ocv'Y) TIX OC7tIXL'raufLEVOC fL&TPOC OLOC T~V EcpOCPfLOnv TOU 7tocp6noc; II p()}Tox6!),ou btl. 7tOCVTWV:

oc) Twv 7tAoLwv xod &tpoaxoccpwv 'rWV v'Y)OAoY"l)fLEV()}V de; T~V emxpa.Te:La.V 'rou ~ cpe:p6v'twv TIjv O"'Y)(J.oc[ocv 't01J.

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6. XOCPIXX't'7)PLcr't'LXOC TOU GOOCTOC; (7t.Z, 6ep!.loxpoca(oc PH, m:pLsxnx6T'Y)C; de; OCA<J.C;, OL:XXWPLO'(J.OC; de; cr-rpW!1.OCTOC, b~uy()'1ooE~x,,;,ec; T'fje; PlJr.ocvO'zwe;, OLOCO$AUf1.~'10V o~lJy6vov (DO), X'YJ(J.!x(;)e; &r.ocvrou(J.z'Io'l o~uy6vov (CO D), ~LOAo"{~%We; &'r.<J.L't'OU(J.E'IOV b'F.,uy6vov (BO D) r.ocpoucrtoc &'l:C:)TOlJ, 0PYIXVLXOU xoct ur.o f1.0ptp·~v &).oc-;W'I &.vopyocvw'I b'F.,~w'I, m:p!f':Xf1.~OC'lOV xoct "'~'1 &.(J.[J.W>I(OC'l, octwpo{)(J.evoc UAntOC, r/.AAOCL 't'pOCPLXOCt U',OCL x.oc1 r.lXplXyWyLX.O't"'Ij::;.

7. XOCPCl.XTy)PWTLXOC TOU ~ueou (r..Z. 7or.0ypoc9LOC, y~GZ'YJ!.l!XOC XOC~ YEWAOY\XOC Z<J.PIXXT"fJPLcr'LX'X. xoct ~WAOYLX~ r.ocpa.'(W(LXO'r'Y)e; ).

S. ''Tr.OCp'F.,Le; XOC! er.mTwO'ELe; rJXAw'I &7tOPP['.j!E())'1 r.P!X,(fLlXT07W~'YJElSLO'(';')'1 de; TIj'l r.~pwX1J'I r~e; &.7':,Opp(~s(,)e; (;r'X' E'I- 8e:f.;z~~ U'TCXp~ZW~ ~CXF€w'J [J..E'rtiAA(uV xo:~ 1tEPtZX.'t~x.o~c; zL~ opYOC'ILXO'1 ocvepocxoc).

9. K(Xd TIjv ~XOOcrL'I &.3doce; 8!' &.7t6pPL'~L'I, d ~u(J.~oc),),6(J.EVOC Mkp'IJ ea 7tptr.EL '1OC E~e"r&.~ouv xOC'roc r.60'0v Ucp[0'';'OC7<J.L XOCT:X/.?;r,i\o:; e7t:cr'i1[kOVLX~ ~OCI'ne; od~ T'~'1 EXT(tL'tJcrLV TWV E7tL- 7t';WO'CW'1 Tlje; TOLIXU't"f)C; lir.0pP('fewe; de; -:-l]v EV A6ycp r.spto-x:~, Q'lJ(J.CPWVWC; r.po; ':'OCC; &.'1w,;,kpw r.po~A€YELe; xoct AOC!J.~ocvo[.lk'lw'l Ur.' O'fL'i ";'(;)'1 zr.OZ\:x.X6)'i [J.ETOC~OAW'l.

r. rE'ILxoct &r.6YSL; XX~ O'lJ'I6'ijXOCL.

1. IIL6oc'locl Emr.'t'wasLC; de; ";'0 CPUO'LXO'l %OC/.l,O::; (7t.Z. TCXPOU(TLO: Z7tL7t).,_:h)'J~o:; 1; ~'JOtO"[J-E'JOU UALXOU, f}oAsporr;;, tX7tCIPOCOSXTO:; OGf1.Y;, &'r.0X.PW!llY.1'LcrtlO:; XOCL OCCPPLO'(J.OC).

2. II tOoc'i<J.l e7tmT(~GEtC; Er.t TIjC; 6oc),ocO'O'(occ; ~wy,;:, 'r(7)v tx.6'~w'l x<J.t bcr';POC%OSLOW'I, TWV &A~SljfLOC-rW'I, 71j::; GuyxOfL!Or;C; Ooc),<J.O'O'[(u'l 9lJ';W'I xoct xocj,ALEpydoce; ocU't'W'I.

3. II ~6<J.'1!Xl Z"m7WGW; zr.t liAAwv XP'~crS(')'1 TYje; O<J.A7..O'c>'YJe; (1..1.. ZSLpoTepe:uaLe; ,'fje; 7t()L6":"IJ70~ ~OU Gooc't'oe; aLOC ~LO(J.'YJX(x'ILX'~V x.p·~m'l, 3d~p(U(nc; '):'t(j~pljx.[W'I XOC-rOCcrXEUW'I r.ocps(J.~o):~ Er.mA<:6'1TW'I u),\'){.W·1 de; T"~V x(v"fJcrL'I -r&'1 7tAO(W'1



1tocpE!lmS8tGtC; "t"YjC; OCALdocc;, ~ VOCUGLTtAOtOCC; 8toc TYjc; evoc7t06ecn:w~ a:1t'OPinlLtlc("'C'w\I ~ O''t'S:PEWV &Vt'tXE:t[..t~J(ijV E7t!. 't'OU ~uOou fYjc; 6OCAcXGO'7JC; xoct 7tPOG't"OCG(ocv 'rwv 7tEPLOXWV d8Lx~c; O'7J(J.occrLocC; 8t' emGTIj!LOVLXOUC; O'X07tOUe; xoct O'X07tOUe; 8tOCTIjp~crEwe; 't'wv.

4. II pocX'nx~ OU'Ioc'":oTIje; umxp;zwe; evocA),ocX't'LXWV !LE60- 8wv TIjc; E~e; ;Yjpocv e7tE;Epyoccr(OCe;, evOC7t06ecrEwe; e;ocAd~EWe;, ~ Z7rE;EpycxerLocc; &cr'":E '":0 UALXOV VOC XOCToccrTIj OALYW'":EpO'J em~AOC~€:e; 8LOC va eX.7roppL'q)6'lj de; T~V 6ocAoccrcrOCV •

...... ~-.-~- .. ~ ............. - .. - .. --~------ - __ ', "---_. - -.~' --~~.. ~- -- __..~-:.,:~'~:..~:~-~-.' ..-:.-



'Qe; MepYj TIje; ~U!L~OCcrEWC; 8~oc ~'1 7rPOcr7OCcr(OC'l r~e; Mcco'{dou 0OCAcXGGYje; XOCTOC ,,:'I\c; PU7tOCvcrEWe;.

'A'IOCyvWPL1:ovTOC OTL cro~ocpa PU7tOC'lcrLC; r1je; 6ocJ.OCcrcr·'le; z;" 7.ETPEAOC(OU xoct rJ.AAWV zmxwMvw'I OUcrLW'I de; ":'~v 7tEPW;C~V T'lje; MEcroydou 0ocAoccrcry)C; eveXEL X~'lau'lOlJC; OLOC TOCC; 7tOl:POl:Y.T[oue; xwpocc; XOC~ TO 6ocAOCcrcrwv 01xocrucrTY)(J.OC.

0EWPOUVTOC on X0I:6(crTOCTOCL eX.7tOCPOCh·YjTOe; ~,crU:IZPYOCcr[x (lAWV 't'WV 7tOCPOCXT(WV XWP{7:;'1 T'lje; MZGoydou OLOC TIjV XXTa;- 7tOAe!LYjcrL'/ ocuTYje; TIjc; PU7tCX'lcrEWe;.

>IE e , ".1. ' A 6 - ~, (). ,,-

XOVTOC U7t 0't'EL TIjV utE VYJ -,-,U!Lt"OCCl"L'I «7tZPL OC7t0qJUY1jC;

PU7tOCvcrEwe; T'lje; 6OCAOCcrcrYJC; U7tO TW'I 7.AO[W'Jl) TOU 1973, r~v ~LE6v'lj ~u!L~O((jL'l «m;pt btE[L~OCcrEWC; de; T~'I eX.'JoLxr~v 6OCAoccrGOCV de; 1tEpmTwcrEte; PU7tOCvcrEwe; zx m;TpEAa;'.OELowv e; eX.TUXYj(.LOCTWV)) TOU 1969, x!X6we; Z7t(crYjc;, xoct TO IIpwTOXOAAOV «1tEpt Z1tE[L~occrEwe; de; ~v 'AVOLX~V 0oc).occrGOI:v, de; 1tEpmTwcrELe; 6ocAoccrcr(OI:e; PU7tOCvcrEwe; U7tO &").I,W'I, eXToc; TOU 1tETPEAOCLOU, oumwv», TOU 1973.

ACX[L~cXVOVTOC U7t' ()'~LV 1tEpOl:LTepc,) T~V ~tE6'1'lj ~U[L~OI:fHV «7tEpt ' Acrnx'lje; Eu6u'IYj:; od ~Yj(.L(a;e; Ex PU7tOCvcrE{.)e; OLOC m;TpEAOCLOELOWV», TOU 1969,


"Ap6po'l 1

T oc 8LOC ,rJU 1tOCpOVTOe; II pW'rOXO"),AOU ~1)[L~OI:AA6[L:::vOI: MepYJ (e'q)E;-Ije; eX.VOCq:;EpO[LEVOI: we; «~UpYj»), fH: crUVEPYIXcr60uv OLOC VOC AOC~OUV TOC eX.1tOCpOC(TIjTIX [LeTpoc de; 7tEpmTwcrELe; GO~OCpOU ~ emXEt[LeVOU xtvouvou OLOC TO OocAoccrmov 7tZPL~OCAj.OV, TOCe; eX.XTOCe; ~ TeX cruvocq:;'ij evo~lXcpepOV'roc EVOe; ~ 1tEp~crcroTepwv h. ,WV MEPWV, TOU70U ocpELAO[Levou de; ~'I 7tIXPOUcr(ocv [Loc~tXWV 1tocrorr"wv 1tETPZAIXLOELOW'J ~ ?1..Mwv em~Az~wv C,Ucrr,6)V 7.pOEPXO[L€VW'1 e; ciTUXYj[LOC7WV, ~ de; cruyxenpwCl"Lv W·XpW'1 7.ocro'·f;'t"(')'1 eX.1tO~A·~'{uV, TO: ()1t0i:1X pU7ra;('10U'I ~ CbtZLAOU'1 va Pur.OCVOUV ~V 6OCAa;GcrlX'I, ev'":oe; r~e; 1tEpwx'fje; T'ijC; 1tpocrOLOpL~O[LeVYje; uno TOU rJ.p6pou 1 TIje; ~lJ[L~occrEc,)e; ~LOC ~v TI POcrTIX(l"(OCV 7'"~e; MEcrOydou 01X).ocGCl"Yje; ex TIle; pU1tocvcrewe; (ecpz~'lje; eX.voccpzpo[Le'lYje; we; «~U[L~oc(j\e;»).

"Ap6po'l 2

~LOC TO.J~ crxor;o'Jc; TOU 7tOCpOv,oe; II pc,)'t"oxo).),O'J 0 ;Spoc; W;UVIX'q)'lj cruwpep0'l7a;» O'7J!J.IX(veL TOC crU[LCP&pO'ITOC EVOe; m.(pocXT(OU Kpoc,ouc; eXfJ.ecrwe; e1tYJPEOC~OrJ.e'I01j ~ z7ta;1t:::Q.ou[Levo\.l, xa;t eX.VOC?EpO[LEVOC !LE7OC~U &AAWV de;:

OC) OPlXcr'":Y)ptO'":YJTIXC; eVTOe; TWV 1tO"PIXX·r((.)'I MocT{')v, AL[Lev{o}v ~ ZX~OA(;}'I 7tOTIX[LW'I, 1tZptl.ocrJ.~IX'Io!1.evwv xocl eXALEU'rLX{7:;v 0PlXcrTY) PlOT+, TW'I,

f;I.) '( \, \ "~ , , ,

t' TY)V LGTOpLX"Y)V XIXL '":OUp'.cr'":LXYjV E7tLOpOCcrL'I e7tL TIje; e»


y) ~V uydlXV TWV 7tIXPOCX,[(uV 1tAYj6ucr[Lwv, 0) ~v 7tpocrToccr(a;v TW'I ~WVTWV OPY!XVLcr[LWV.

"Ap6pov 3

Toc l\1eP'I) 60c 1tpocr7ra;6·~cro1j'l 'IX OLOCTIjP~GOUV XlXt 'IX 7tpOwe~(jOU'J, e:t"t'E cX't'o[.L~x.wc; ~ (l.sO'CP Or.[.LEPOU~ ~ 7to)~Ul-Le:pofj~ cruvzpyoccr(occ;, TOC cry_eoLoc '":wv eXTocX'rou eX.vocyxYje; xoct TOC [Lecroc OLOC ~v xocT:moAe[LYjerLv pU1tOCVGEWe; TIje; 6OCAOCGCl"Yje; Ex TWV 1tZTPEAOCLOELOWV ~ OCMWV e7tL~AIX~WV oucrLWV. Toc [Lecr!X OCUTOC 6x 7tpe7tEL voc 1tEPLAOC(.L~OCVOuv, xup(we; e;07tALG[LOV, 7t"),oi:oc, eX.Zp01tAOCVa; xocl eX.vOpwmvov OUVOC[LLXOV e-rOL[LOV 7tpOe; XtvYjT07tO[YjcrtV de; 1tEpmTwcrztC; Z7rZLYOUCl"Yje; eX.vocY..(Yje;·

"ApGpov 4

T x J\HpY) 6x 1tpe7tZL voc eX.VOI:1t,":,J;OUV xoct voc e'q)!XpfJ.ocrou'I Ehz [LE!J.ovw[J.evwe; EhE [Lecr~ aL[LEpOUC; ~ 1tOAU[LEpOUe; cuVEPYOCcr(OCc;, OpIXGTIjpLOTIjTIXC; 1tZpLOOr,XOU eAeYXou XIXAU7tTO'Jcroce; ~'I 1tZPLOX-f)v T'lje; MEcrOydou 001:AoccrGYje;, 0GTE voc exouv ocrov TO OUVOCTOV eX.Xpt~Ei:e; 1:AYjPOcpOp(lXe; e7tt TWV XOCTc('cr-rOCcrEWV TWV &'1!X'q)Epo[Levwv de; TO rJ.p6pov 1, TOU 7tOl:pOVTOe; II PWTOXOMoU.

"Ap6po'l 5

ELe; m:p(1tTwcrtv OLIX'q)uy'lje; ~ eX.1twAdOl:c; de; ~v 6OCAOCcrcrOl:v em~j.oc~w'I oumwv de; oe[LOCTOC, ooXdoc q:;OpT(OU, cpop'I)'":oce; ~ hepoCl dooue; OE~OC!LE'IOCe;, "1:OC MepYj 6x 7tpe7tEL va crUVEPYlXcr60u'l ocrov XOC6[O'TOCTOI:t ecptXTOv OLOC ~v O\ocO'wcrr,v XOI:t Z1tOC'IOCXTY)crtv TW'I O'JcrLwv fJ..'JTW'I &crTE voc eAocTTwO'ij 0 x(VOI)'10e; PU7rxvcr:::wc:; TOU 6a;AlXcrcr(oU 1tEPL~rXMO'ITOC:;.

"ApGpo'l 6

1. "EXOI:crTO'1 l\Upoe; eX.VOCAOC[L~OCVZ~ VOC 1t!Xpoccrx:n 1tpOC; TOC Aomx MepYj 1tAYjP0'q)0p(OI:e; eX.'q)opWO'IXe; de; :

IX) T~'I &P[Loo(OCV Wvtx-~v 0Pyoc'l(,)crw ~ '":oce; um:u6'Jvoue; 'r7ry)pEO'(OI:e; OLOC r~v XIXTa;7tOAe[LYjcrLV PU7rocvcr::;we; T'ije; 6IXAOCcrCJY)C; Ex 7tETpzI.a;LOE\OW'I xzl Aomwv e7tL~AOC~WV oumwv.

~) Tocc; ocp[Loo(a;e; e6vLXXe; 'f7ty)pEcr(IXe;, TOCe; u7tEu66voue; OLa ~V A'lj~LV eX.VoccpopWv 1tEpt PU7tOCvcrEwe; '":'lje; 6OCAOCO'crYje; ex 1tETpeAOCLOELOW'I xoct AOLTtW'1 em~Aoc~wv OUcrLWV xocl OLOC TOV XELpLcr[LOV 6E[LOCTWV eX.cpopwV't"wv de; [Le-rpoc ~oY)OdlXe; [LETOC;'J TWV MEpWV.

y) T oce; velXe; [LE6000ue; 3d TWV 01t0(wv ELVOCL OUVOCTOV voc eX.r.oq:;E'JX6'ij ~ p'J1tOl:Vate; T-Ije; 6ocAOCcrcrYje; ex 7tZ't'PEAOI:LOELOWV XlXt Aomwv e7tL~AOC~WV oucrLWV xocl Tae; velXe; [LE6000ue; OtOC ~V XOC'":IX1tOAe[LYjcrLV T~e; P\.l1tOCvcrzwe; xocl ~V eX.'1OC7tTU~LV crXZTLXWV epZUVYjT\XW'I r.pOYPIX[L[LOCTWV.

2. l\UpYj TO: 07t0i:1X exouv crU[Lq:;WV~crEL '/ eX.VTOCAAOCGcrouv 1tAYjpOcpOp(oce; eX1t' Eu6z(oce; [LETOC;U TWV, 6x 1tpem::L va TOCe; XOLV07.0LOUv xoct de; TO TIEPLCP:::PELIXXOV KevTpov, TO 07t0i:ov ev cruvEXdq: 6' eX.VOCXOLVWV?l TOCe; 1tAY)pOq:;Op(OI:::; de; '":OC AOLTtOC MepYj we; XOI:t de; TOC 1tOl:POCXTLOC KpocTIj T'ije; 7t:::pLOx'lje; T'lje; Me:croydol) 0OCAOCGGYje; TOC 07ro"i:x o€:v dVOI:L MepYj de; TO 1tOCPOV IIpc,),oXOAAov, e7tt ~occrEwe; eX[LOL~lXtOTY)TOe;.

"ApEJpov 7

T oc MepYj eX.VIXAOC[L~OCvouv voc cru'lTOV(~OU'I T~V XPYjcrL[L01tO(Yjorv TWV [Lecr(ow zmxoLvWV(OCe; TOC o7toilX 8LIX6e-rouv, 0crTE voc e:;lXcrcpocA(~OUV [L€: ~'I omocLTo1J[L€VYj'1 TOCXUTY)TOC xlXt e[L7tLcrTocrUvYjv, T~'1 cr'JyxevTpwmv, [LETcXOOCl"LV xoct OLOCcr7tOPOC'l OAC,W '":W'I eX.VOC(POpW'I xlXt TWV Z1tZLyoUCl"Yje; cpucrEwe; 1'AYjpOCPOpLWV crXETLXW'I [L€: 7tZptcrTa;TLXOC xoct XOC'":xcrToccrEte; eX.vlX'q)zpo[Levoce; de; TO OipOpov 1. To TIEPLCPEpe:LOCXOV KevTp0'l 60c oLoc6eTY) TOC XIXTriAAYjf.1X [LeO'OI: Z7tLXOLVWV(OI:e;, &cr't"E voc GU[L[LETeXYj de; ocur~v ~v crlJ'lTOVLcrTtK~V 1tPOcr7tOC6ELIXV xocl xup(we;· voc eX1tAYjP{~vY) ~v eX.'I:J(7E6:::i:crlXv de; a;u,o OLOC TIj::; 7tOCpOl:ypoc'q)ou 2 TOU ocpOpou 10, eX.7.0crTOA·~V.

"ApGpov 8

1. "EXOCGTOV Mepoe; -ea 1tpe7tEL voc ex~wGYj 08YjY(IXe;, 1tpo::; TOUe; 1tAQLcXPXOU~ TWV 7tAOLWV TOC cmoi:oc cpepouv ~'1 GYj[Loc(ocv


't"OU xad 7tpo<; 'tou<; Ku~pv~"t'oc<; "t'Ci)'J oczpoO'XOC!pW'1 'tW-' syyzyp~fJ.[LevWv d<; "t'd:. V'Y)OA6YLOC "t'OU, (VOC oc'locrpepouv [J.eO'cp "t'WV 't'c9:,u'repwv xocl. 7tAEOV XOC'tOCAAijAwv [J.eO'w-., XOC1'd:. m:pL7t't(J)(H'I, Ev auO'zz'tLO'fJ.0 7tpo<; '70 TIocpocp'!'YWoc I "t'ou 7tlZp6v't0<; Ilpco't'ox6AAou, zhz 7tpo<; z'tzpov Mepo<; or. 7tpo<; "t'o TIZPL!pZPZLOCx(W Kev"t'pov :

C() TI~v OC-rUX"f)[LiX 7tpOXIXf..OUV Y, /)u'JrXfJ.zvov voc 7tpO,~o(AEcrYj p'J7tixvaw TYj<; 6ocl-OCmrr,c; h m:,pZJ,OCWZL/)W'1 ~ r;:;,Awv Em~f..OC~(;i'l OUO'LWV.

~) T~v \J1tOCp~W, XOCpOCX't"'Y)PLO''tLXOC xocl. ~x'tOCO'L'I, "t'W'J 7tOCpOC'r'YiP'YJ(bO'wv Ev Ooc),ocO'O"YJ 1tz'tpzAocwx'YJALowv -Yj X'f)f,LOWV &~ hepwv Em~Aoc~w'I OUO'LWV, oct 01tO~OCL /)uvoc"t'ov '1OC &1to'tz),OU'I GO~IXpOCv xocl. emxzLfJ.ev'Y)v &m:tf'~v /)LOC "t'o OOCMaGlO'l T.ZPL~&AAo\' 1) "t'tXC; IXX'tOCC; ~ "t'oc GUVO((P'ij EvoLocrpepO'l't'1X EVO; Y; T.SplGO'O"t'EpWV Mzpwv.

2. At O'u[Lrpwvw<; T"~ 7tOCpocyp. 1 O'\)yxZV1'POUI.J.ZVOCL 1tA'YJpoyOp[OCl, ooc 1tpe1tZL ,,' OCVOCXOL\lOUV1'OCL XOC~ 7tpOC; '"'OC Aomoc Mep'tJ '7X 07toi:'oc O\)voc't"ov 'IX E1t'YJPZOC~W'I1'OCL EX "t'-Ijc; PU7tOCVGZWC; : « ) '1'7tO 'tou Mepouc; 'to (l1tQ~OV AOCfL~OCVSL TIj'1 1tAYJpo!pop[ocv, dn ocfJ.eO'wc;, ~ XCt'td:. 1tPO'tLfJ.'YJGt'i [LeGcp 'tOU TIzpv:pcp~t(xxou Kenpo\), 1)


Etc; 1tzpm"t'WGZL; eX.7t' su6doc; emxowwvLOCC; [Ls'toc~u 'tWV M<:pwv, 'to TIEPL'P~PELOCXOV Kenpov 6d:. 7tpe1tEL '10:. EV'YJ[LZpau"t'ocL &7t1 'tWV A1)rpOE'J1'W'.I, U1tO 1'WV Mcpwv -rourcov, [Le-rpwv. 3. Koc1'oc ";1JV E!pocp[Lay-rj\' -r(;iv /)LOC'tOC~EWV "t'1jc; 1tOCpocypocrpO\)

2, "t'oc MEP·.1 o€v oEafLEuo'I'tOCL EX -r'1j:; U1t0XpZWGEWC; "t''ijc; &vocCjlcpa[Lev'Yj:; dc; -ro &p6pov 9, r;otpcX:ypw:po:; 2, -r1jc; ~u[L~OCGZ(Uc;.

"Ap6pa'l 9

1. TIiv MEpOe;

OCVlXrpZPOfJ.EVWV d<; 0iX 1tper;zL:

&V't"l[.L:::"rU)'7t£~O'J 1tZptG'!oc"rtY..o'V ex 'rWV

ap6pav 1 'tou 1tOCpov-c-OC; TIpW'l"aXOMOU,

(ex.) Noc 7tpO~1l s:lc; '"roce; eX.v(XyxocLac; ~x."rt[.L~(jS:tC; f)crov &cpopoc

" \' ,f ....., f ~ \ , f

"t"fJ'i rp\)aw XOCL 't"'Y)V ex"t'OCGLV 'to\) OC1'UXYo[.J.IX1'Oe; 'l 1'0'1 Z7tZL-

yav"t'oc xocpocx't1jpoc ocu't"ou ~ )~OC1'OC 1'~V r;epL7t1'wGLv "t'ov ""t"U1tOV XOC~ 't'~v xoc"t'oc 7tpOaEYYLaLv 7toG6't1)"t'oc "t'OU rez1'pzAoctO\) ~ (1.AAwv Em~Aoc~w'J OUGLWV xoct TIjv xoc'tZUOUVGLV XOC!. "t'ocXo'1)'t"oc Y.LV~GZW<; 1''ije; x'f)ALooe;.

(~) Noc M~'tJ Ol-OC 1'OC xoc"t'ocAA'f)Aoc fJ.hpOC OLOC -r~v OC7tocpuY1JV ~ TIjv [LeLWGL'J "t'WV ~m1t't(~O'ewv 1'1je; P\)7tOCVGZwe;.

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"ApOpov 10

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"ApOpov 11

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"Apepov 12

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