IATTC accepts Chile as 'cooperating non-party member'
The IATTC approved Chile's request to participate in the organisation as cooperating non-party state. (Photo: Stockfile/FIS)
At its last meeting, held in Mexico City, the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission (IATTC) approved Chile’s request to participate in this organization with the status of Cooperating Non-Party State.
The Commission establishes two ways of participating: as a Member State, that is, with voting rights and indefinite participation; and as a Cooperating Non-Party State, status giving the right to participate in the convention, without the right to vote, and for a period of one year, which may be renewed.
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