The ACGF is an independent, informal, operationally-driven organization, not bound by treaty, to foster safe, secure, and environmentally responsible maritime activity in the Arctic.

STRATEGIC GOALS

The Member states of the ACGF have together developed 10 Strategic Goals which function as guidelines for the work of the ACGF.
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News and events

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The UArctic Congress Call for Abstracts is now open. The UArctic Congress hosted by the universities of Oulu and Helsinki will be organized in Oulu & Helsinki, Finland on 3−7 September 2018. The Finnish Border Guard will host one session in the UArctic Congress under the theme Challenges in Arctic education. Abstract submission deadline: 16th March 2018
20.02.2018
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MEMBER STATES

Canada

The Canadian Coast Guard plays a key role in ensuring the safety and accessibility of waterways for Canadians.

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Denmark

Arctic Command is headquartered in Nuuk, Greenland, with a Liaison Unit in Thorshavn on the Faroe Islands.

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Finland

The Finnish Border Guard works to ensure people's safety and the territorial integrity of Finland.

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Iceland

The Icelandic Coast Guard (ICG) is a civilian law enforcement agency responsible for maritime and aeronautical search and rescue.

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Norway

The Norwegian Coast Guard contributes to the society by ensuring the safety of people and the territorial integrity of Norway.

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Russia

The Border Guard Service of the Russian Federation Federal Security Service (FSB).

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Sweden

The Swedish Coast Guard is working for a sustainable marine environment and improving safety at sea.

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USA

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) is responsible for maritime safety, security, and environmental stewardship in the U.S.

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