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Update: UN Transboundary Water Treaty Moves Forward As Cote d’Ivoire Approves Ratification
Though three more ratifications are needed before the UN Watercourses Convention has the force of international law, advocates assert that four countries are close: Ireland, Tanzania, the United Kingdom, and Vietnam.
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Support for UN Water Treaty Accelerates
Progress on the treaty, which deals with transboundary water basins, or those shared by two or more countries, had stalled — until a major conservation group got involved.