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Exceptions To Notification Under The Bank Policy

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The initial flexible approach adopted by the Bank in the early 1950s for projects on international waterways required proposing and obtaining management approval of procedures for dealing with the international aspects of the project. OMS included two explicit new exceptions to the notification requirement, clearly and explicitly indicating that those are the only exceptions allowed under the policy. The first exception to the notification requirement for projects on international waterways relates to the rehabilitation of existing schemes under certain specified conditions. The second exception to the notification requirement under the Bank policy covers water resources surveys and feasibility studies on or involving international waterways. The third exception to the notification requirement deals with projects in a tributary that runs exclusively in the territory of the lowest downstream riparian.

Keywords: bank policy; exceptions; international waterways; notification; OMS; riparian



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