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SIGNS AND SIGNALS ON INLAND WATERWAYS (SIGNI) (RESOLUTION NO. 22, REVISED): DRAFT CHAPTER 14 “REGIONAL AND NATIONAL SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS”
In this case, they shall report on these differences to the Working Party on Inland Water Transport (SC.3). 14.1.2 The competent authorities shall also report to SC.3 the additional local requirements existing in their region or on a particular river section. 14.1.3 Paragraph 1.1.8: the competent authorities may use marks, supplementary to those indicated in Article 1.1.1, for marking on a particular waterway or a waterway network, provided that their shape, colour and symbols used are consistent with the provisions of SIGNI, and they cannot be confused with the marks provided by SIGNI. 14.1.4 Paragraph 1.3.1: the competent authorities may prescribe other shapes for boards bearing special signs: (a) Round; (b) Triangular; (c) Diamond; (d) Trapezoidal; (e) A combination of two shapes indicated above. 14.2 Chapter 2, Visibility of signs and lights 14.2.1 Paragraph 2.2.2: the competent authorities may prescribe special provisions for the minimal dimensions of signs and boards provided that they ensure adequate navigation safety. 14.2.2 Paragraph 2.2.3: if the minimum height between the water surface and the lower rim of the board of the lowest sign of 1.5 m cannot be met due to local conditions, the competent authorities may prescribe other requirements to ensure proper visibility.1 14.2.3 Paragraph 2.2.7: the competent authorities may prescribe other provisions provided that they ensure adequate navigation safety.2 14.2.4 Paragraph 2.3.2: the competent authorities may apply other norms for the determination of the luminous intensity and the range of lights: (a) Recommendation on the Determination of the Luminous Intensity of Marine Aid-to-Navigation Lights, December 1977, IALA3 Bulletin No. 75-1978-3; 1 Note of the secretariat: footnote 2 to paragraph 2.2.3 should be deleted. 2 Note of the secretariat: footnote 3 to paragraph 2.2.7 should be deleted. (...) ECE/TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/2018/3 4 (c) yellow signal rafts; (d) special marks for visualization on electronic charts. 14.4 Chapter 5, Lights 14.4.1 Paragraph 5.1.1: the competent authorities may use other documents for the determination of the colour of lights: (a) CIE Publication No. 2.2-1975 (TC-1.6); (b) IALA Recommendation E-200; (c) Interstate Standard GOST 26600-98 “Navigation signs for inland waterways. (...) Such systems may comprise signal marks, in addition to lights. 14.4.4 Section 5.3: the competent authorities may use other types of rhythmic lights in addition to, but not contradicting with those in Appendix 4.5 14.5 Chapter 6, Installation of signs and marking in characteristic sections of the river 14.5.1 Paragraphs 6.2.10 and 6.3.3-6.3.5: the competent authorities may use special signs and marks and apply special requirements for their installation: (a) On meandering sectors; (b) On shoals; (c) For the indication of the fairway (see paragraph 14.3.5). 14.6 Chapter 7, Marking of harbour entrances 14.6.1 Paragraph 7.4: the competent authorities may apply special signs and marks: (a) For entrances to harbours and canals; (b) For marking of the berthing area limits. 14.7 Chapter 8, Marking of permanent structures 14.7.1 Section 8.2: the competent authorities may apply special marking in the navigable pass of the bridge: (a) Of the fairway axis; (b) Of the waterway limits and the under-bridge clearance height. 14.7.2 Section 8.3: the competent authorities may apply special light signals and marking for movable bridges. 14.7.3 Section 8.4: the competent authorities may apply other colours of light signals for locks. 5 Example: Interstate Standard GOST 26600-98 “Navigation signs for inland waterways.
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PowerPoint Presentation EUR/NAT DGCA Meetings EUR/NAT Regional Groups North Atlantic System Planning Group (NAT SPG) EUR/NAT No Country Left Behind Technical Assistance Programme Liaison with States and Organisations Technical groups, task forces and project teams EU R/ N AT W or ki ng S tr uc tu re Contingency preparedness and response networks(VA steering, CAPSCA, CCTs ) European Aviation System Planning Group (EASPG) EUR/NAT AVSEC Group (ENAVSECGG) EUR/NAT Environment Task Force EASPG European Aviation System Planning Group PCG Programme Coordination Group EUR RESG (EUR Regional Expert Safety Team) PT PT (Pilot Training Project Team) RSPT (Runway Safety Project Team) ENV TF (ICAO EUR Environment Task Force) LPRI TF (Language Proficiency Requirements Task Force) in conjunction with EASA FMG (Frequency Management Group) in conjunction with RAFT ECTRL AST TF (AFS to SWIM Transition Task Force) in conjunction with RAFT ECTRL METG (Meteorology Group) ANSISG (Air Navigation Services Implementation Support Group) RDGE (Route Development Group – Eastern Part of the ICAO EUR Region) in conjunction with RNDSG ECTRL RWGAO Regional Working Group on Aerodromes Operations EUR/NAT VOLCEX SG (Volcanic Ash Exercises Steering Group) EUR EAST VOLCEX SG (Volcanic Ash Exercises Steering Group) PBNC TF (Performance Based Navigation Consolidation) in conjunction with NSG ECTRL BSTF (Black Sea Task Force) PERF TF (Performance Task Force) SAR TF (Search and Rescue Task Force) ENVIRONMENT GASP/RASP GANP/eANP GASP/GANP Aviation Safety and Air Navigation in EUR Regional monitoring: EUR RMAs ASBU implementation- coop with EUROCONTROL GASP/RASP- coop with EASA Annual Safety Report AN performance report EASPG Services CNS coord database RMAs Routes coord database NAT SPG North Atlantic Systems Planning Group NAT SPG Services NAT CMANAT DLMA NAT DMO NAT SG Scrutiny Group NAT MWG Mathematicians WG NAT TIG Technology & Interoperability Group NAT POG Procedures & Operations Group CMA Central Monitoring Agency DLMA Data Link Monitoring Agency DMO Document Management Office Aviation Safety and Air Navigation in NAT NAT EFFG Economic, Financial and Forecast Group NAT SOG Safety Oversight Group NAT IMG Implementation Management Group Regional monitoring: CMA ASBU implementation report Annual Safety Report NAT DLMA Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 Slide Number 3 Slide Number 4
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GE.10-21961 Econo
At its thirty-sixth session, the Working Party approved the draft questionnaire on regional and national special requirements prepared by the secretariat (ECE/TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/2010/1) and asked Governments and River Commissions to complete the questionnaire and transmit their responses to the secretariat, so that the latter could prepare a consolidated document on exceptions to the revised CEVNI (ECE/TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/72, para. 11). (...) The Working Party may wish to take note of the first status document on implementation of CEVNI based on responses received from the Governments of Belarus, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Russian Federation and Serbia and invite Governments and River Commissions, who have not yet done so, to complete the questionnaire and transmit their responses to the secretariat as soon as possible. (...) Russian Federation (relevant indications may be found in special rules of navigation in particular river basins); Article 6.11 paragraph (b) In accordance with article 9.07, paragraph 5 the following administrations stipulate an exception for the situation when one of the convoys is a side-by-side formation whose maximum dimensions do not exceed 110 m x 23 m: 1.
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NOTE DATED 50/11/07 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING 3 COMMUNIQUES ISSUED BY THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND IN KOREA
Just nodhwest af Sonchon, a flight of four Yak-t,qe .ai=raft tacked. a three-plane folmntion of B-26'r~. (...) The Republic of Korea First Div.vision patrolled the Chongchon River sector to maintain contact with the enemy.
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NOTE DATED 51/06/08 FROM THE ACTING REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING 5 COMMUNIQUES ISSUED BY THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND IN KOREA
Little or no enem$ cact was reported in the Munsan-Korangpo areas as Slghth Army forces continued to conduct reconnaissance in areas north and west of Imjin River. Friendly fqces patrolling in the area west of Yonchon encountered small groups of'enee auring the morning hours. (...) Royal Navy sOIipe rind ~iz~raft opertMng off the We ooast of Koroa pounded enemy troope, Junka, supply routee ~4 artillery poeiflone, Bea Furioe and Flrefllee launched fmm ~IJM,S, Glory conk four Junke and damped othore off Hanohon. (...) Little or no enemy contact wai reporbed by Elgh;hth'ny troops pEttrollIng in the area north and west of the Twin River. Friendly oloments in the Yonchon area Edvanded 1,000 .to 2,000 yao q+inst moerato to heavy onomy realstanoe at3 well a@ mm3 onolay artillary fife.
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AMENDMENT PROPOSALS TO CHAPTER 15 AND APPENDIX 1
At its eighth meeting in Geneva from 26 to 28 February 2014, the Group of Volunteer Experts continued its work on further developments of Resolution No. 61 in the light of the existing European Union and River Commissions requirements applicable to inland vessels and proposals submitted by member States. (...) Amend chapter II, zone 2, "Germany" as follows Ems, from a line across the river Ems near the entrance to Papenburg harbour between Diemen the former pumping station and the opening of the dyke at Halte as far as a line linking the former Greetsiel lighthouse and the western pier of the port entrance at Eemshaven. (...) Darco Sasic (Ministry of Transport, Serbia), Mrs Victoria Ivanova (Russian River Register, the Russian Federation), Mr. Alecsandru Neagu (Romanian Naval Authority), Mr.
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NOTE DATED 53/05/20 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES ADDRESSED TO THE ACTING SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING 2 COMMUNIQUES ISSUED BY THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND IN KOREA
., MONDAY~ MAY 18, 1953 (KOREAN TIME) Heavy fighting oontinued all day yesterday in the central sector of the Korean front as United Nations· Command troops attempted to wrest positions encircled by the Pukhan River, from eneoy bands. Late in the. morning, as heavy artillery and mortar fire was employed by both sides, communications with friendly forees were broken and were not regained until late in the afternoon. (...) Jet fighters of the United Nations Command registered claims Sunday for the fifth successive day in engagements with enemy fighter-jets as the friendly air~raft were soreening assaults by United Nations Command fighter- bombers against hostile troop concentrations, central sector battle positions and rail lines.
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REQUEST FOR THE INCLUSION OF AN ADDITIONAL SUB-ITEM IN THE PROVISIONAL AGENDA OF THE 73RD SESSION : THE ROLE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IN THE PREVENTION OF THE RADIATION THREAT IN CENTRAL ASIA : LETTER DATED 24 AUGUST 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF KYRGYZSTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In accordance with rule 20 of the rules of procedure of the General Assembly, an explanatory memorandum in support of this request (see annex I) and a d raft resolution (see annex II) are attached hereto. (...) There is a real danger of pollution of the groundwater and rivers of the water basin throughout Central Asia, with major consequences not only for millions of people and the environment, but also for the whole sustainable development process in the countries of the region. (...) A/73/232 18-14259 4/6 Annex II Draft resolution The role of the international community in the prevention of the radiation threat in Central Asia The General Assembly, Reaffirming its resolution 68/218 of 20 December 2013, Taking into account the outcome of the high-level international forum entitled “Uranium Tailings in Central Asia: Local Problems, Regional Consequences, Global Solutions”, held in Geneva on 29 June 2009, Taking into account also the outcome of the international conference entitled “Uranium Tailings in Central Asia: Joint Efforts in Risk Reduction”, held in Bishkek on 24 and 25 October 2012, Taking into account further the outcome of the international conference entitled “Uranium tailings in Central Asia: Problems and Solutions”, held in Dushanbe from 20 to 22 November 2012, Taking into account the outcome of the shared high-level events, initiated by the Kyrgyz Republic on the margins of the General Assembly sessions, dedicated to the dangers associated with the former uranium mining activities in Central Asia, held in New York on 20 September 2017, Taking into account also the ongoing efforts of Central Asian States towards the rehabilitation of former uranium facilities in Central Asia, Taking into account further the role of the international donor community in providing support to the Central Asian States for addressing these problems at the bilateral and multilateral levels, Taking into account the necessity for a strategic and coordinated approach in the preparation and implementation of programmes, with a view to solving the problems associated with uranium tailings in Central Asia, Taking into account also the efforts towards the remediation of uranium tailings in Central Asia and the implementation of projects carried out through the international target programme of the Commonwealth of Independent States, entitled “Remediation of the territories of States affected by uranium mining industries ” and projects of the European Commission on conducting an integrated environmental impact assessment and feasibility study for the environmental remediation of the uranium legacy sites of Min-Kush and Shekaftar, Kyrgyzstan, and Degmay and Taboshar, Tajikistan, as well as promising projects planned to be implemented within the framework of the environmental remediation account of uranium legacy sites production, Noting the importance of the strategic master plan for environmental rehabilitation at the sites of former uranium facilities in Central Asia, developed by the Coordination Group for Uranium Legacy Sites of the International Atomic Energy Agency, and approved by the competent authorities of the Governments of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan in 2017, Noting also that the competent authorities of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, the Secretariat of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the European Commission and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, which signed the foreword to the strategic master plan on 19 September 2017, will support A/73/232 5/6 18-14259 and promote a coordinated approach to remediation with a view to achieving sustainable and safe results of these activities in Central Asia, Noting further that many tailings ponds are located in seismically active areas close to population centres and the banks of major rivers in the region and are subject to the threat of natural disasters, Reaffirming the human rights to life, to an adequate standard of living and to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health, and stressing in this regard the need to mitigate the impact of natural and man-made disasters in the areas around uranium waste burial sites and tailings ponds in order to avoid loss of human life, as well as immediate and long-term negative consequences for human health, Noting the need to inform the public in a timely manner when conducting work on the prevention of the radiation threat in Central Asia, Considering that, despite the renewed efforts made by the States of Central Asia at the national level and despite the continued support of international programmes and projects to remediate former uranium mines and tailings ponds, a number of States continue to have serious social, economic and environmental problems associated with former uranium mines and tailings ponds, Striving to contribute to strengthening the security and safety of radioactive materials, Expressing gratitude to donor countries, in particular Czechia, Finland, Germany, Japan, Norway, the Russian Federation, Switzerland and the United States of America, and to international and regional organizations and financial institutions, including the United Nations Development Programme, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the European Union, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Global Environment Facility, the World Bank and others, which provided and are providing assistance in addressing the problems of uranium tailings in the Central Asian region, Stressing the need for a coordinated approach in the rehabilitation of former uranium production facilities, particularly in Central Asia, and welcoming the multilateral initiatives undertaken by the international community to pool resources and identify ways of providing assistance to address the problems associated with uranium tailings ponds in the Central Asian region, Stressing also the importance of regional cooperation for successful implementation of environmental rehabilitation in Central Asia in order, inter alia, to increase competence, exchange information and use best practices and lessons learned in the management of radioactively contaminated areas in Central Asia and other regions, including through relevant training programmes, and to use the experience gained, in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme, in addressing the human factor involved in preparedness for accidents and emergency situations on sites of uranium legacy with potential transboundary effects and in recovering from them, Taking into account that the Governments and populations of the States of Central Asia are aware of the threat of possible natural or man-made disasters and their global consequences for the lives and the health of a large number of people and for the environment, Taking into account also the rationale of periodically amending the resolution entitled “The role of the international community in averting the radiation threat in Central Asia”, with a view to updating it, A/73/232 18-14259 6/6 1.
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Great Falls Park in Virginia and Maryland side are great for hiking, rock climbing, fishing, rafting, or canoeing. 13. Georgetown pubs and night clubs are also one of the evening attractions, if you like drinking, and loud music. 14. (...) If you are into fishing or canoeing, you can try the Great falls area or do some white water rafting, but don’t forget your helmet. We need you back on the following Monday!
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PROVISIONS FOR BERTHED FLOATING ESTABLISHMENTS
Pursuant to article 3 of the Inland Water Transport Code of the Russian Federation, a floating object is a non-motorized floating structure, other than a vessel, including a jetty, a floating (on water) house, hotel, restaurant, pontoon, raft, pontoon bridge, floating landing United Nations ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2017/16 Economic and Social Council Distr.: General 24 July 2017 English Original: Russian ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2017/16 2 GE.17-12489 stage or other similar technical structure. (...) The designated authorities include the Russian River Register. 7. The Regulations for the Classification and Surveying of Floating Objects were developed by the Russian River Register and came into force on 23 March 2017.1 The Regulations lay out the requirements that apply to the design, construction, modernization, retrofitting and repair of floating objects, as well as their classification and surveys during their use. (...) The following definitions are used: Guard ship — floating object fixed to the bank and used for accommodation for crews of dredgers, diving stations, etc.; Jetty — a floating object with or without a superstructure, used as a wharf facility, fixed permanently to the shore (usually in a river port) and designed to provide berthing for vessels; also any separate element (fixed or floating) of port (wharf) infrastructure with a loading area, set up outside the berthing (coastal) line; Caisson dock — floating object used to expose the underwater part of the vessel or its individual underwater parts (use of caissons and partial dry-docking); Pontoon bridge — bridge on floating bearings; Floating house — floating object designed to be used as a house on water; Floating jetty — floating object fixed to the shore or anchored in a harbour, with facilities for the safe approach of vessels; it is used for the safe berthing, loading, unloading and servicing of vessels and the embarkation and disembarkation of passengers; Floating restaurant (café) — floating object designed as a catering establishment on water.
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