Information for Reporting under Article 21

Information for Reporting under Article 21



The purpose of this document is to provide information to assist Parties in reporting under Article 21 of the Minamata Convention. It is available in 6 languages.
The Bahamas become the 117th Party to the Minamata Convention

The Bahamas become the 117th Party to the Minamata Convention



On 12 February 2020, the Government of the Bahamas deposited its instrument of accession, thereby becoming the 117th Party to the Minamata Convention.
Guidance on contaminated sites available in 6 languages

Guidance on contaminated sites available in 6 languages



The Conference of the Parties adopted this guidance at its third meeting and encouraged the parties to take it into account in identifying, assessing and managing sites contaminated by mercury.

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