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International Whaling Commission

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The International Whaling Commission (IWC) is an international body set up by the terms of the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling (ICRW), which was signed in Washington, D.C., United States, on December 2, 1946 to "provide for the proper conservation of whale stocks and thus make possible the orderly development of the whaling industry".

Link: IWC

Official Web-Site

 

IWC map

 

Members, Observers and other participations

Full members Observers Special members
Antigua & Barbuda    
Argentina    
Australia    
Austria    
Belgium    
Belize    
Benin    
Brazil    
Bulgaria    
Cambodia    
Cameroon    
Congo - Kinshasa    
Costa Rica    
Croatia    
Cyprus    
Czech Republic    
Chile    
China    
Denmark    
Dominica    
Dominican Republic    
Ecuador    
Eritrea    
Estonia    
Finland    
France    
Gabon    
Gambia    
Germany    
Great Britain    
Grenada    
Guatemala    
Guinea    
Guinea-Bissau    
Honduras    
Hungary    
Iceland    
India    
Ireland    
Israel    
Italy    
Ivory Coast    
Japan    
Kenya    
Kiribati    
Korea South    
Laos    
Lithuania    
Luxembourg    
Mali    
Marshall Islands    
Mauritania    
Mexico    
Monaco    
Mongolia    
Morocco    
Nauru    
Netherlands    
New Zealand    
Nicaragua    
Norway    
Oman    
Palau    
Panama    
Peru    
Poland    
Portugal    
Romania    
Russia    
Saint Kitts    
Saint Lucia    
Saint Vicente    
San Marino    
Senegal    
Slovakia    
Slovenia    
Solomon Islands    
South Africa    
Spain    
Suriname    
Sweden    
Switzerland    
Tanzania    
Togo    
Tuvalu    
United States of America    
Uruguay    

 

 

 

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