2. Policies Regarding CREDIBILITY of the World Heritage List
2.7. Types of World Heritage properties
2.7.2. Transboundary and transnational properties
Decision of the World Heritage Committee 7 EXT.COM 4A
“II. TRANSBOUNDARY AND TRANSNATIONAL NOMINATIONS6) [The World Heritage Committee] decides to consider as:
(a) transboundary nomination, only a property jointly nominated as such, in conformity with Article 11.3 of the Convention, by all concerned States Parties having adjacent borders;
(b) transnational nomination, a serial nomination of properties located in the territory of different States Parties, which need not be contiguous and which are nominated with the consent of all States Parties concerned”.
7 EXT.COM 4A
Code: 7 EXT.COM 4A
The World Heritage Committee,
- Having examined Document WHC-04/7 EXT.COM/4 A,
- Also noting the oral presentation by the Chairperson of its 27th session (UNESCO, 2003), I. TENTATIVE LISTS
- Reminds the States Parties to the Convention about the need to continue submitting their Tentative Lists in accordance with Article 11.1 of the Convention and the corresponding provisions of the Operational Guidelines ;
- Requests the Director of the World Heritage Centre, in consultation with the State Parties concerned, to continue updating its records on the basis of the Tentative Lists received – in particular, by removing from its records properties already inscribed in the World Heritage List and nominations which were rejected;
- Also requests the Director of the World Heritage Centre to set up an electronic database reflecting any change in the Tentative Lists, and to report on this matter at its 31st session (2007);
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