The Antarctic Treaty - Main Points - 11 slides

7 - Inspections - Any and all facilities in Antarctica can be inspected at any time by designated inspectors from other Treaty nations. Inspectors have complete freedom of access, their identities must be announced before attendance (you can't just turn up and claim to be an inspector).

Treaty nations must inform all others of expeditions, ship movements, stations and if any military personnel or equipment is taken to Antarctica.

Not an actual inspector (probably).

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