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International Office for the Protection of Nature

Nature volume 135, page 301 (23 February 1935) | Download Citation



THE Belgian Government has by Royal decree officially recognised the International Office for the Protection of Nature, Rue Montoyer 21, Brussels, and has appointed the following delegates to be its representatives on the General Council of the Office: Delegates for Belgium, Baron E. de Cartier de Marchienne, Belgian Ambassador in London, and Count Henry Carton de Wiart, former Prune Minister; Delegates for the Belgian Congo and the Mandated Territory of Ruanda-Urundi, P. Charles, Minister of Colonies, and Prof. V. Van Straelen, director of the Royal Belgian Museum of Natural History and president of the Institute for National Parks in the Belgian Congo.

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