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Update from the CPM Bureau
First of all, I would like to express my sincere thanks to the Contracting Parties and delegates of CPM-10. It was the first CPM for me as a chairperson and I know it would not be successful without your active participation and cooperation. I felt warmly supported and a strong collective interest to move issues and decisions forward throughout the CPM week. Since CPM-10, there have been many meetings and progress in the activities of the IPPC. I would like to provide a brief update of the highlights and request your continued ...
The CPM Bureau held a noteworthy meeting in Rome from 9-12 June 2015. In the presence of the new IPPC Secretary Mr Xia Jingyuan, the CPM Bureau tackled important forward-looking issues such as the future IPPC Secretariat structure, IPPC governance and the planned International Year of Plant Health in 2020.
The CPM Bureau which is the executive committee of the CPM consists of the elected seven regional representatives. It has been delegated by the CPM to provide guidance and decide on administrative issues on behalf of the CPM.
The recent meeting of the CPM Bureau was characterized by its deliberations ...
The report from the March 2015 CPM Bureau has been posted and is available at https://www.ippc.int/en/core-activities/governance/bureau/. For any query or comment regarding the report please contact email@example.com.
El informe de la Mesa de la CMF de marzo 2015 se ha publicado y está disponible en https://www.ippc.int/en/core-activities/governance/bureau/. Para cualquier consulta o comentario respecto al informe por favor contacte firstname.lastname@example.org.
Le rapport du Bureau de la CMP en mars 2015 a été publié et est disponible à https://www.ippc.int/en ...
The first day of the 4-day CPM Bureau meeting (24-27 June 2014) started with a discussion of various issues, in particular standard setting. The meeting is being led by the new Chairperson, Ms Kyu-Ock Yim, with the three new members also fully involved. Another core issue to be discussed is the improvement of overall IPPC implementation.
The Secretariat is currently soliciting nominations from all FAO regions for members and potential replacements for the Standards Committee and Subsidiary Body on Dispute Settlement. Both subsidiary bodies, containing members from all seven FAO regions, are responsible for the crucial decisions that shape and improve the IPPC. Decisions made by these bodies can impact national food security, the health and biodiversity of all ecosystems, trade, and capacity building needs. At the present time, only the Southwest Pacific Region needs to nominate members and replacements for the Standards Committee, the Subsidiary Body on Dispute Settlement and the Bureau of the Commission ...