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Decision XXIII/22: Data and information provided by the parties in accordance with Article 7 of the Montreal Protocol

Noting with appreciation that 192 parties of the 196 that should have reported data for 2010 have done so and that 92 of those parties reported their data by 30 June 2011 in accordance with decision XV/15,

Noting with concern, however, that the following parties have not reported 2010 data: Libya, Liechtenstein, Peru and Yemen,

Noting that their failure to report their 2010 data in accordance with Article 7 places those parties in non-compliance with their data‑reporting obligations under the Montreal Protocol until such time as the Secretariat receives their outstanding data,

Noting also that a lack of timely data reporting by parties impedes effective monitoring and assessment of parties’ compliance with their obligations under the Montreal Protocol,

Noting further that reporting by 30 June each year greatly facilitates the work of the Executive Committee of the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol in assisting parties operating under paragraph 1 of Article 5 of the Protocol to comply with the Protocol’s control measures,

  1. To urge the parties listed in the present decision to work closely with the implementing agencies, where appropriate, and report the required data to the Secretariat as a matter of urgency;
  2. To request the Implementation Committee to review the situation of those parties at its forty-eighth meeting;
  3. To encourage parties to continue to report consumption and production data as soon as figures are available, and preferably by 30 June each year, as agreed in decision XV/15;