Number of states may receive observer status in Arctic Council - source

May 2013
Russia & FSU General News;5/15/2013, p1
KIRUNA. May 15 (Interfax) - The ministerial session of the Arctic Council in Kiruna, Sweden, may grant requests of a number of countries for observer status on Wednesday.


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