Paragraphs in "Agreement On Regional Cooperation In Combating Pollution Of The Southeast Pacific By Oil And Other Harmful Substances In Cases Of Emergency" coded as SUBS

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Art.1 Article I
Art.1.1x The High Contracting Parties hereby agree to cooperate in taking the necessary measures to neutralize or control harmful effects in cases which they consider constitute a serious and imminent danger to the marine environment, the coast or related interests of one or more of them caused by the presence of massive quantities of hydrocarbons or other harmful substances resulting from emergency situations and polluting or threatening to pollute the maritime area specified in the following article.
Art.4 Article IV
Art.4.1x The High Contracting Parties shall endeavour to promote and establish contingency plans and programmes aimed at combating marine pollution by hydrocarbons or other harmful substances, and to maintain and increase the resources necessary for those purposes, through bilateral or multilateral co-operation and the individual actions of each State. Such resources shall include, inter alia, equipment, ships, aircraft and trained manpower for emergency operations.
Art.6 Article VI
Art.6.1x If harmful substances in containers, portable tanks or tank- vehicles, such as trucks or railway wagons, are thrown or lost overboard, the High Contracting Parties shall co-operate, to the extent of their capabilities, in salvaging and recovering such substances, with the aim of reducing the danger of pollution of the marine environment.
Art.10 Article X
Art.10.1x High Contracting Parties faced with an emergency situation as defined in article I of this Agreement shall take the following measures:
Art.10.1x.a (a) They shall assess the nature and extent of the emergency and, as the case may be, the type and approximate quantity of hydrocarbons or other pollutants, including the direction and the speed of drift of the spillage;
Art.10.1x.b (b) They shall adopt all appropriate measures to avoid or reduce the effects of the pollution;
Art.10.1x.c (c) They shall immediately report upon the activities referred to in the preceding sub-paragraphs and any other action which they are undertaking or intend to undertake in order to combat the pollution; and
Art.10.1x.d (d) They shall observe the emergency situation for as long as it lasts, any changes that may occur and, in general, the development of the pollution. The information obtained from such observation shall be communicated to the High Contracting Parties in the manner provided for in the preceding article.
Art.11 Article XI
Art.11.1x High Contracting Parties requiring assistance in combating pollution in cases of emergency as referred to in article I may request the co-operation of the other Parties, especially those which may be affected by the pollution.
Art.11.2x Such co-operation may include expert advice and the provision of equipment and materials necessary to combat the pollution.
Art.11.3x The High Contracting Parties to which a request has been addressed shall, as soon as possible, consider the request in the light of their capabilities and shall immediately inform the requesting Party of the form, extent and conditions of the co- operation they are able to provide.