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Adnan Mahfuz Tazvir Environment Protection Environmental Economics

The frameworks of the United Nations must be adhered to protect the Marine-environment

The frameworks of the United Nations must be adhered to protect the Marine-environment

adnan mahfuz tazvir

Bangladesh has called on the member countries of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) to adhere to the framework declared by the United Nations to ensure adequate protection of the marine environment and prevent harmful activities related to the deep sea.

Foreign Ministry Maritime Affairs Secretary Rear Admiral (Retd.) Md.  Khurshid Alam called the 26th session of the ISA Council in Kingston, Jamaica, under the President of Bangladesh.



He said, “The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) sets out a framework for the protection of the marine environment, and everyone must abide by it.

It is an organization established through UNCLOS that organizes and regulates all mineral-related activities in international maritime areas outside national jurisdiction.”

In his inaugural address, Khurshid Alam also highlighted the role of ISA as an agency in controlling and regulating all mineral-related activities in international maritime areas for the benefit of humanity as a whole.

ISA Secretary-General Michael W. Lodge highlighted the success and progress of the authorities in the aftermath of the epidemic and called on member states to be vigilant to ensure the benefits of the sea to all.

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