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Od 7.50 – Projects On International Waterways (1990)

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Projects on international waterways require special handling as they may affect relations not only between the Bank and its borrowers but also between states, whether members of the Bank or not. Before an appraisal is undertaken, the transmittal memorandum for the Final Executive Project Summary, addressed to the Regional Vice President (RVP) and copied to the Senior Vice President, Operations (OPNSV) and the Vice President and General Counsel, should be prepared in close collaboration with the Legal Department, and convey all relevant information on the international aspects of the project. The notification should contain, to the extent available, sufficient technical and other necessary specifications, information, and data (Project Details) to enable the other riparians to determine as accurately as possible the potential for appreciable harm by the proposed project through the deprivation of water, pollution, or otherwise.

Keywords: appraisal; bank; Final Executive Project Summary; international waterways; riparians



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