Scope Of The Convention On Combating Unlawful Acts Against The Safety Of Civil Aviation

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Übereinkommens zur Bekämpfung widerrechtlicher Handlungen gegen die Sicherheit der Zivilluftfahrt

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261. by-laws of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Convention on combating unlawful acts against the safety of civil aviation

After releases of the Governments of the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States, following further States have their instruments of ratification or accession to the Convention on the combating of unlawful acts against the safety of civil aviation (Federal Law Gazette No. 248/1974, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 180/1998) deposited:

 



States:



Date of deposit of the instrument of ratification or instrument of accession:



Albania



October 21, 1997



Andorra



May 22, 2006



Angola



March 12, 1998



Armenia



September 10, 2002



Azerbaijan



March 15, 2000



Belize



June 10, 1998



Benin



April 19, 2004



Burundi



February 11, 1999



Cook Islands



April 14, 2005



Dominica



July 26, 2005



Kazakhstan



4 April 1995



Kyrgyzstan



February 25, 2000



Cuba



October 31, 2001



Latvia



April 13, 1997



Liechtenstein



February 23, 2001



Micronesia



March 19, 2003



Mozambique



January 16, 2003



Namibia



November 4, 2005



Niue



September 30, 2009



Samoa



July 9, 1998



São Tomé and Príncipe



May 8, 2006



St. Kitts and Nevis



September 10, 2008



St. Vincent and the Grenadines



29 November 1991



Swaziland



December 27, 1999



Turkmenistan



Below 25 May 1999 States, continue to consider themselves bound to the Convention:



States:



effectiveness of the:



Montenegro



June 3, 2006



Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, now Serbia



27 April 1992 Cuba and Mozambique 14 have not bound explains, is by article paragraph 1 of the Convention to consider.

 

The Andorra's accession contains the following declaration: "At the time of accession by Andorra to the Convention and the Protocol, Andorra has no airport or airfield in its territory, even though it has a helicopter landing pads, and several land areas for helicopters, and no registered aircraft."

 

China1 has extended the scope of the Convention with effect of 19 September 2002 to the Macao Special Administrative Region, and on the occasion of says that the given reservation in respect of article 14 apply paragraph 1 also on the Macao Special Administrative Region.

 

In addition, Polen2 and the Russian federation3 withdrew 1 its reservation to article 14.

 

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