TÉLÉCHARGER NET FRAMEWORK V2.0.5072

TÉLÉCHARGER NET FRAMEWORK V2.0.5072

TÉLÉCHARGER NET FRAMEWORK V2.0.5072

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The publication of the Tentative Lists does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever of the World Heritage ommittee or of the World Heritage entre or of the Secretariat of UESO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its boundaries.

As of 15 April , of the States Parties to the onvention, have submitted Tentative Lists in accordance with the requirements specified in the Operational Guidelines. Since 16 April , 36 States Parties have submitted new Tentative Lists or have modified their existing Lists, which met all the requirements of Paragraph 68 of the Operational Guidelines.

Incident Response

The number of sites added to existing Tentative Lists is In conformity with Paragraph 68 of the Operational Guidelines, inscribed properties and nominated sites which the ommittee decides not to inscribe on the World Heritage List are removed from the Tentative Lists of States Parties.

In conformity with Paragraph 69 the Operational Guidelines, the complete Tentative Lists of all States Parties are accessible to the public at the following web address of the World Heritage entre: States Parties, which have not yet done so, are invited to submit Tentative Lists in accordance with the Operational Guidelines.

Stressing the importance of the process of revision and updating of Tentative Lists, as a tool for regional harmonisation of the World Heritage List and long-term planning of its development; 3.

Encourages States Parties to seek as early as possible upstream advice from the World Heritage entre and the Advisory Bodies during the development or revision of their Tentative Lists as appropriate; 4. Takes note of the Tentative Lists presented in Annexes 2 and 3 of this document.

Francisco do Penedo Fortress of S. Miguel Fortress of S. Kumgang and the Historical Relics in and around the Mountain Mt.

Iglit-Baco ational Park Mt. Malindang Range atural Park Mt.

Mantalingahan Protected Landscape Mt. Since , inclusion on the Tentative List is mandatory for all sites that the State Party intends to nominate for inscription on the World Heritage List.

According to Paragraph 65 of the Operational Guidelines, States Parties shall submit Tentative Lists at least one year prior to the submission of any nomination. The submission format for national sites is presented in Annex 2A of the Operational Guidelines.

The submission format for all transnational and transboundary sites is presented in Annex 2B of the Operational Guidelines. The Tentative List submission for such transnational and transboundary sites will be valid only after the submission by all the States Parties involved.

When developing Tentative Lists, States Parties should take into account the Global Strategy, comparative studies and the Advisory Bodies gap analysis, involve local communities and indigenous peoples, and include public consultations in the process.

Account Options

The revision and update of Tentative Lists should identify types of properties suitable for nomination on sub regional level through regional harmonization. The size of a Tentative List should take into account the year cycle recommended by the Operational Guidelines Paragraph The resource manual Preparing World Heritage ominations may also prove useful for the preparation of Tentative Lists.

Furthermore, Paragraph 71 of the Operational Guidelines encourages States Parties to seek, as early as possible, upstream advice during the development and revision of their Tentative Lists. In order to be receivable, a request for Upstream Process advice shall be submitted through the official format Decision 41 OM 9A.

The sole responsibility for the content of each Tentative List lies with the State Party concerned. The publication of the Tentative Lists does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever of the World Heritage ommittee or of the World Heritage entre or of the Secretariat of UESO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its boundaries.

As of 15 April , of the States Parties to the onvention, have submitted Tentative Lists in accordance with the requirements specified in the Operational Guidelines.