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Communication Embassy of Spain in London Note verbale

 No. 25

 The Embassy of Spain presents its compliments to the Secretariat of the International Maritime Organization and has the honour to advise that, on 13 December 2002, the Council of Ministers of the Spanish Government adopted a royal decree-law which affects tankers that transport dangerous or polluting goods.

 The above-mentioned royal decree-law was published in the Official State Gazette (Boletín Oficial del Estado) on 14 December of the current year and will enter into force on 1 January 2003.

 As further information, a copy of the published text is attached hereto.

 The Embassy of Spain takes this opportunity to convey to the Secretariat of the International Maritime Organization the renewed assurances of its highest consideration.

  London, 30 December 2002
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