14.91 (Rev. CoP16), 14.93 (Rev. CoP16) & 16.95 to 16.101 Saiga antelope (Saiga tatarica)

 

Directed to the range States of the saiga antelope (Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the Russian Federation, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan)
14.91 (Rev. CoP16) In order to contribute to the effective implementation of CITES, all range States of Saiga tatarica should fully implement the measures directed to them that are contained in theMedium-Term International Work Programme for the Saiga Antelope (2011-2015) [MTIWP (2011-2015)], developed in support of the Memorandum of Understanding concerning Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use of the Saiga Antelope (Saiga spp.) and its Saiga Action Plan.

 

Directed to the range States of the saiga antelope (Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the Russian Federation, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan)

14.93 (Rev. CoP16) All range States of Saiga spp. should provide information on the measures and activitiesthey undertook to implement the Medium-Term International Work Programme for the Saiga Antelope (2011-2015) via the online Saiga Resource Centre and its associated projectdatabase, managed under the auspices of the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS).

 

 

Directed to Secretariat
16.100 Based on information submitted by the relevant range States and consumer and trading countries, and following consultation with the CMS Secretariat, the CITES Secretariat shall report to and, as necessary, make recommendations at regular meetings of the Standing Committee regarding the implementation of:
  a)  Decision 14.91 (Rev. CoP16) regarding the implementation of the MTIWP (2011-2015) by current range States; and
  b)  Decision 16.98 regarding the implementation of the MTIWP (2011-2015) by major consumer and trading countries.

 

 

Directed to the Standing Committee
16.101 The Standing Committee shall consider the reports submitted by the Secretariat, and, on their basis, propose its own recommendations for consideration at the 17th meeting of the Conference of the Parties.

 

Directed to the range States of the saiga antelope (Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the Russian Federation, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan)

16.95 All range States of Saiga spp. are encouraged to communicate their priorities for in situ conservation action to the CITES and CMS Secretariats, inter alia, to share such information with potential financial donors.

 

 

Directed to important consumer and trading countries of saiga parts and derivatives
16.96 Important consumer and trading countries of saiga parts and derivatives, as identified by the Secretariat on the basis of CITES trade data, are encouraged to collaborate in managing and controlling trade in saiga antelope and to implement the actions regarding Sustainable Use and Trade (Section 3) contained in the Medium-Term International Work Programme for the Saiga Antelope (2011-2015), developed in support of the Memorandum of Understanding concerning Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use of the Saiga Antelope (Saiga spp.) and its Saiga Action Plan.

 

Directed to important consumer and trading countries of saiga parts and derivatives

 

16.97 Important consumer and trading countries of saiga parts and derivatives are encouraged to contribute financially towards the in situ conservation of saiga antelopes in current range States.

 

Directed to important consumer and trading countries of saiga parts and derivatives

 

16.98 Important consumer and trading countries of saiga parts and derivatives should provide, via the online saiga antelope database managed under the auspices of CMS, information on the measures and activities they undertook to implement the Medium-Term International Work Programme for the Saiga Antelope (2011-2015).

 

Directed to important consumer and trading countries of saiga parts and derivatives

 

16.99 Important consumer and trading countries of saiga parts and derivatives are encouraged to reduce consumption in saiga products and derivatives, for example through the use of alternative products with similar medicinal properties, and to implement in this respect the recommendations of the Urumqi workshop on the conservation and sustainable use of the saiga antelope (September 2010).