EU statements and final ministerial declaration at Hague COP6 Conference on biological diversity in April 2002 (link)

June 6, 2002

Brussels, 5 June 2002

6th Conference of the Parties (COP 6) of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) (The Hague, 7-19 April 2002) - Compilation of EU statements. Information note from General Secretariat to Delegations. Brussels, 3 June 2002 (document 9269/02 ENV 5 AGRI 114 DEVGEN 69 PI 28 FORETS 14). Full text

Please find attached for information a compilation of the statements delivered by the Spanish Presidency on behalf of the European Community and its Member States during COP 6 and a copy of the finalised Hague Ministerial Declaration (The Hague, 7-19 April 2002).

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