Policy Compendium

Themes2.2.5.5 - Impact assessmentclose2.2.6.4 - Significant modifications to the boundariesclose2.2.6.2 - Buffer Zonesclose2.2.5.3 - Management systemsclose2.2.5.2 - Legislative, regulatory and contractual measures for protectionclose2.7.3 - Serial propertiesclose2.2.6 - Boundaries and buffer zonesclose2.2 - Outstanding Universal Valueclose
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2 - Policies Regarding CREDIBILITY of the World Heritage List
2.7 - Types of World Heritage properties

2. "[The World Heritage Committee notes] that some large complex serial transnational nominations may benefit from an agreed nomination strategy before their official submission, (…);

5. [The World Heritage Committee] emphasizes that, if and when, it takes note of a nomination strategy, this is not prejudicial and does not imply that the complex serial transnational nominations proposed would necessarily lead to an inscription on the World Heritage List."

Theme: 2.7.3 - Serial properties
Decision: 41 COM 8B.50

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