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Craig BURTON, Royal Yachting Association LICENSING OF SMALL AND RECREATIONAL BOAT OPERATORS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE STATE SMALL BOAT INSPECTORATE Mr. (...) Sergey MOISEEV, Russian Yachting Association DEVELOPMENT OF WATER TOURISM PDF Mr.
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Score: 989053.8 - https://unece.org/ru/node/12692
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Craig BURTON, Royal Yachting Association LICENSING OF SMALL AND RECREATIONAL BOAT OPERATORS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE STATE SMALL BOAT INSPECTORATE Mr. (...) Sergey MOISEEV, Russian Yachting Association DEVELOPMENT OF WATER TOURISM PDF Mr.
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Score: 989053.8 - https://unece.org/ar/node/12692
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Craig BURTON, Royal Yachting Association LICENSING OF SMALL AND RECREATIONAL BOAT OPERATORS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE STATE SMALL BOAT INSPECTORATE Mr. (...) Sergey MOISEEV, Russian Yachting Association DEVELOPMENT OF WATER TOURISM PDF Mr.
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Craig BURTON, Royal Yachting Association LICENSING OF SMALL AND RECREATIONAL BOAT OPERATORS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE STATE SMALL BOAT INSPECTORATE Mr. (...) Sergey MOISEEV, Russian Yachting Association DEVELOPMENT OF WATER TOURISM PDF Mr.
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Craig BURTON, Royal Yachting Association LICENSING OF SMALL AND RECREATIONAL BOAT OPERATORS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE STATE SMALL BOAT INSPECTORATE Mr. (...) Sergey MOISEEV, Russian Yachting Association DEVELOPMENT OF WATER TOURISM PDF Mr.
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Score: 989053.8 - https://unece.org/2016-6
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LETTER DATED 27 JANUARY 2022 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
For example, on 7 November 2020, the Iranian deputy military governor prevented the yacht Khatir from entering S/2022/59 22-01195 2/2 the United Arab Emirates part of the island, although that vessel had been coming to the island on a weekly basis to provide for the needs of United Arab Emirates nationals and residents. 6.
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LETTER DATED 87/05/31 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF LEBANON TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
At noon on 28 May 1987, Israeli warplanes intercepted a Lebanese training and reconnaissance plane which was assisting a yacht in Lebanese territorial waters. After warning shots had been fired, the Lebanese plane, a Fouga Magister, was forced to land ··in Israel, where the two members of the Lebanese crew, Colonel Khalil Matr and Captain Samir Ma'luni, were interrogated continuously ~or four hours, after which they and the plane were released. 3.
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REPORT OF THE COMMISSION AGAINST APARTHEID IN SPORTS
-ll- ANNEX IV Position f Sc a i n t h e Olympic disciolinego out h Afri Ermme e r 0 Athletics (International Amateur Athletic Federation) Baseball (International Baseball Association) Basketball (International Amateur Basketball Federation) Bobsleigh and tobogganing (International Bobsleigh and Tobogganing Federation) Boxing (International Amateur Boxing Association) Cycling (International Amateur Cycling Federation) Football (International Soccer Federation) Handball (International Handball Federation) Judo (International Judo Federation) Luge (International Tobogganing Federation) Wrestling (International Wrestling Federation) Swimming (International Amateur Swimming Federation) Skiing (International Skiing Federation) Tennis (International Tennis Federation) Volleyball (International Volleyball Federation) Full member Rowing (International Rowing Federation) Badminton (International Badminton Federation) Canoeing (International Canoe Federation) Equestrian (International Equestrian Federation) Fencing (International Fencing Federation) Gymnastics (International Gymnastics Federation) Hockey (Fdration internationale de hockey) Ice hockey (International Ice Hockey Federation) Modern pentathlon and biathlon (International Modern Pentathlon and Biathlon Union) Ice skating (International Skating Union) Table tennis (International Table Tennis Federation) (anti-goartheid body member) Shooting (International Shooting Union) Archery (International Archery Federation) Yacht racing (International Yacht Racing Union) Weightlifting (International Weightlifting Federation) ANNEXV Position of South Afr,ica in 019nmic-recoanixed international federations Not a member or membershiD suspended Karate (World Union of Karatedo Organisations) Pelota Vasca (International Pelota Vasca Federation) Orienteering (Enternational Orienteering Federation!
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The strong recovery of trade in goods and the robust expansion of trade in services are highlighted, emphasizing the increase in services as a proportion of total exports for the smaller Caribbean economies, which may even exceed 80%.A detailed analysis of the performance of the tourism component, especially travel, showed that in 2004 there was a boom in cruise ship arrivals, a situation which poses a real challenge for some islands in terms of ensuring a permanent flow of tourists and making use of the main comparative advantages -sun, sea and beaches- and possible linkages with the rest of the economy such as the hotel industry, restaurants, business and entertainment centres, guided excursions, transport, yachting, and others. In some islands, the ratio of cruise passengers to inhabitants is particularly high, and can reach a significant factor of about 11 tourists for every inhabitant in the Bahamas, 8 in Aruba, 7 in Antigua and Barbuda and 5 in Dominica, and around 4 for a sample of eleven countries.One of the main challenges for a number of Caribbean islands is how to capitalize on such linkages by developing sustainable tourism that minimizes the possible adverse impacts on the environment and the everyday life of the citizens.
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Score: 975364.1 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...ends-countries-caribbean-basin
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