Paragraphs in "First Arrangement Implementing The Nauru Agreement Setting Forth Minimum Terms And Conditions Of Access To The Fisheries Zones Of The Parties" coded as SUBS

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Art.1 Article I
Art.1.1x The Parties shall seek, without any derogation of their respective sovereign rights, to coordinate and harmonize the management of fisheries with regard to common stocks within the Fisheries Zones, for the benefit of their people.
Art.2 Article II
Art.2.1x The Parties shall seek to establish a coordinated approach to the fishing of the common stocks in the Fisheries Zones by foreign fishing vessels, and in particular:
Art.2.1x.a a. Shall establish principles for the granting of priority to applications by fishing vessels of the Parties to fish within the Fisheries Zones over other foreign fishing vessels.
Art.2.1x.b b. Shall establish, as a minimum, uniform terms and conditions under which the Parties may license foreign fishing vessels to fish within the Fisheries Zones regarding:
Art.2.1x.b.i i) The requirement that each foreign fishing vessel apply for and posses a licence or permit.
Art.2.1x.b.ii ii) The placement of observers on foreign fishing vessels.
Art.2.1x.b.iii iii) The requirement that a standardized form of log book be maintained on a day-to-day basis which shall be produced at the direction of the competent authorities.
Art.2.1x.b.iv iv) The timely reporting to the competent authorities of required information concerning the entry, exit and other movement and act fishing vessels within the Fisheries Zones.
Art.2.1x.b.v v) Standardized identification of foreign fishing vessels.
Art.2.1x.c c. Seek to establish other uniform terms and conditions under which the Parties may license foreign fishing vessels to fish within the Fisheries Zones, including:
Art.2.1x.c.i i) The payment of an access fee, which shall be calculated in accordance with principles established by the Parties.
Art.2.1x.c.ii ii) The requirement to supply to the competent authorities complete catch and effort data for each voyage.
Art.2.1x.c.iii iii) The requirement to supply to the competent authorities such additional information as the Parties may determine to be necessary.
Art.2.1x.c.iv iv) The requirement that the flag State or organizations having authority over a foreign fishing vessel take such measures as are necessary to ensure compliance by such vessel with the relevant fisheries laws of the Parties.
Art.2.1x.c.v v) Such other terms and conditions as the Parties may, from time to time, consider necessary.
Art.6 Article VI
Art.6.1x The Parties shall, where appropriate, cooperate and coordinate the monitoring and surveillance of foreign fishing activities by:
Art.6.1x.a a. Arranging for the rapid exchange of information collected through national surveillance activities.
Art.6.1x.b b. Exploring the feasibility of joint surveillance.
Art.6.1x.c c. Developing other appropriate measures.
Art.7 Article VII
Art.7.1x The Parties shall seek to develop cooperative and coordinated procedures to facilitate the enforcement of their fisheries laws and shall in particular examine the various means by which a regime of reciprocal enforcement may be established.
Art.9 Article IX
Art.9.1x The parties shall conclude arrangements where necessary to facilitate the implementation of the terms and to attain the objectives of this Agreement. The Parties concluding such arrangements shall lodge copies with the depositary of this Agreement.
Art.11 Article XI
Art.11.1 1. This Agreement is a binding international agreement concluded among States and is governed by international law.
Art.11.2 2. Any Party may withdraw from this Agreement by giving written notice to the depositary. Withdrawal shall take effect one year after receipt of such notice.
Art.11.3 3. Any amendments to this Agreement proposed by a Party shall only be adopted by unanimous decision of the Parties.