226. Proclamation of the Federal Minister for arts and culture, constitutional and media regarding the scope of the European Convention on extradition
After notification of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe has the Czech republic1 following the 6 October 2014 Declaration to the European Convention on extradition (BGBl. No. 320/1969, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 197/2014) issued:
"According to article 28 § 3 of the European Convention on extradition the Czech Republic announces that she have a from 1 December 2014 amending the legislation on the implementation of the framework decision of the Council of the European Union of 13 June 2002 on the European arrest warrant and the surrender procedures between the Member States (2002/584/JHA: referred to hereinafter as"Framework decision on the European arrest warrant"), which considers the Czech Republic as a unified piece of legislation" , as it is provided for in article 28 paragraph 3 in the European Convention on extradition, and which will apply the Czech Republic in relation to Member States of the European Union, which also apply to legislation relating to the implementation of the framework decision on the European arrest warrant.
The Czech Republic will continue to article 3 of the agreement concluded on 29 October 1992 in Prague between the Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic on mutual legal assistance between the judicial authorities and control of legal relations in civil and criminal matters, and article XV of the Treaty concluded on June 27, 1994 in Vienna between the Czech Republic and the Republic of Austria supplementing the European Convention on extradition of 13 December 1957 and facilitating its application ", based on which the European arrest warrant and other documents without translation into the official language of the requested State provided, apply."