16 U.S. Code § 3603 - Receipt of Organization communications by Secretary of State

§ 3603.
Receipt of Organization communications by Secretary of State
(a) Concurrence with Secretaries of Commerce and the Interior on regulatory measures; action on other mattersThe Secretary of State may—
receive, on behalf of the United States, reports, requests, recommendations, proposals, and other communications of the Organization and its subsidiary organs;
with the concurrence of the Secretary of Commerce and the Secretary of the Interior, approve, object to, or withdraw objections to regulatory measures proposed in accordance with the Convention; and
act upon, or refer to other appropriate authority, any communication referred to in paragraph (1) of this subsection other than a proposed regulatory measure.
(b) Submission to President on failure of concurrence on regulatory mattersIf the concurrence required under subsection (a)(2) of this section has not been obtained by the Secretary of State—
regarding the approval of, or the objection to, a proposed regulatory measure within forty-five days after the measure was received on behalf of the United States; or
regarding the withdrawal of an objection of the United States to a proposed regulatory measure within forty-five days after such withdrawal is proposed by the Secretary of State;
the Secretary of State shall submit the matter in disagreement, together with a statement of the opposing positions, to the President for timely disposition.
(Pub. L. 97–389, title III, § 304, Dec. 29, 1982, 96 Stat. 1952.)

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