Announcement Of The Federal Chancellor Concerning The Scope Of The Protocol To Combat Illegal Violent Acts At Airports Serving International Civil Aviation, I...

Original Language Title: Kundmachung des Bundeskanzlers betreffend den Geltungsbereich des Protokolls zur Bekämpfung widerrechtlicher gewalttätiger Handlungen auf Flughäfen, die der internationalen Zivilluftfahrt dienen, i...

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262. The Federal Chancellor ' s presentation concerning the scope of the Protocol to combat illegal acts of violence at airports serving international civil aviation, in addition to the Montreal Protocol on 23 September 1971 Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Civil Aviation

According to the communications of the Governments of the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States, the following countries have ratified their instruments of ratification or ratification. Instruments of accession to the Protocol to combat illegal acts of violence at airports serving international civil aviation, supplementing the Convention for the Suppression of Violent Acts, adopted in Montreal on 23 September 1971 Unlawful acts against the security of civil aviation (BGBl. N ° 63/1990, last proclamation of the BGBl area. III No 181/1998):

States:

Date of deposit of the instruments of ratification. Certificate of Accession:

Egypt

25 July 2000

Albania

29 April 2002

Andorra

22 May 2006

Angola

16. January 2008

Antigua and Barbuda

12 July 2010

Equatorial Guinea

14. January 2004

Armenia

10 September 2002

Azerbaijan

23 March 2000

Ethiopia

15 December 1999

Bahamas

2 May 2008

Bangladesh

27 June 2005

Barbados

12 September 2002

Belgium

20 April 1999

Benin

19 April 2004

Bhutan

26 August 2005

Bolivia

1 February 2002

Botswana

30 October 2000

Brunei Darussalam

20 December 2000

Burkina Faso

8 December 1998

China

5 March 1999

Cook Islands

14. April 2005

Costa Rica

22 April 2003

Côte d' Ivoire

13 April 2012

Dominica

26 July 2005

Djibouti

11 June 2004

Ecuador

4 March 2004

Finland

3 April 1998

Gabon

13 August 2003

Gambia

16 June 2000

Georgia

15 February 1999

Grenada

15 January 2002

Guinea

1 October 1998

Guinea-Bissau

17 October 2008

Guyana

19 June 2002

Honduras

20. January 2004

Iran

14 February 2002

Jamaica

18. August 2005

Yemen

5. January 2007

Cameroon

13 March 2003

Cape Verde

12 September 2002

Qatar

17 June 2003

Kyrgyzstan

28 February 2000

Colombia

14. January 2004

Comoros

10 March 2008

Cuba

31 October 2001

Laos

7 October 2002

Lesotho

8 June 2010

Latvia

13 April 1997

Liberia

10 March 2003

Liechtenstein

26 February 2001

Luxembourg

14 November 2003

Malaysia

8 September 2006

Maldives

22 March 1999

Morocco

15 February 2002

Mauritania

8 July 2003

Micronesia

19 March 2003

Mongolia

22 September 1999

Mozambique

16 January 2003

Namibia

4 November 2005

Nauru

19. August 2005

New Zealand

2 August 1999

Nicaragua

25 April 2002

Niger

23 December 2008

Nigeria

25 March 2003

Niue

30 September 2009

Pakistan

26 September 2000

Papua New Guinea

11 July 2002

Paraguay

23 July 2002

Philippines

17 December 2003

Poland

12 August 2004

Portugal:

18 December 2001

Rwanda

16 May 2002

Romania

3 September 1998

Samoa

9 July 1998

São Tomé and Príncipe

8 May 2006

Senegal

24 March 2003

Seychelles

21 May 2004

St. Kitts and Nevis

3 September 2008

South Africa

21 September 1998

Sudan

15 May 2000

Suriname

27 March 2003

Syria

18 July 2002

Tanzania

9 March 2004

Tonga

10 December 2002

Trinidad and Tobago

3 April 2001

Turkmenistan

25 May 1999

Ukraine

3 January 1990

Uruguay

3 December 1998

Vanuatu

9 November 2005

Vietnam

25 August 1999

Cyprus

23 April 2002

Furthermore, on 20 December 2006, Montenegro declared that it would continue to comply with the Protocol with effect from 3 June 2006.

On the occasion of the deposit of the instruments of ratification or The following declarations have been issued by the following States: Reservations are explained:

Andorra:

At the time of the accession of Andorra to the Convention and the Protocol, Andorra has no airport or airfield in its territory, although it has helicopter landing sites and several landing areas for helicopters, and no registered airport. Aircraft.

China:

The Government of the People's Republic of China has stated that the reservation provided for in Article 14 (1) of Article 14 (1) of the Montreal Convention on the deposit of its instrument of accession to the Montreal Convention of 23 September 1971 also applies to the Protocol.

China has extended the scope of the Protocol with effect from 19 September 2002 to the Special Administrative Region of Macao.

Syria:

The Syrian Arab Republic does not consider itself bound by Art. 14 (1) of the Montreal Convention of 23 September 1971.

According to a further notice, the United Kingdom 1 extend the scope of the Protocol with effect from 3 September 2013 to Jersey.

In addition, the Netherlands 2 :

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, on 12 December 2005, extended the scope of the Protocol to Aruba and confirmed the reservation made on the occasion of the ratification of the Kingdom of Europe for Aruba;

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on 8. The Commission has withdrawn the reservation made on the occasion of ratification for the Kingdom of Europe in October 2010;

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on 8. The Council extended the scope of the Protocol to the Caribbean part of the Netherlands (Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba) in October 2010.

Faymann