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Member States and their Designated National Authorities

In line with the Convention, each Party shall designate one or more national authorities (DNA) to act on its behalf with regard to the performance of the administrative functions required by this Convention. The DNAs serve as the focal point in the respective country for the dissemination of information concerning the provisions of the Convention to the relevant government departments, as well as to other partners such as exporting and importing industries and customs, and to the Commission.

Member States are also responsible for control and enforcement matters. They are required to report on their activities in this regard.