Scope Of The European Convention On Extradition

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Europäischen Auslieferungsübereinkommens

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197. Proclamation of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the European Convention on extradition

After notification of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe the Kingdom of the Niederlande1 has on the 28 June 2013 his declaration made on 9th January 2012 concerning the agreements concluded according to the list on the extension of the European Convention on extradition (Federal Law Gazette No. 320/1969, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 121/2013) modified and therefore it is as follows:

The reservations and declarations of the Kingdom of the Netherlands were made on February 14, 1969 and contact on October 15, 1987 in the currently valid version on Aruba and as below on the Netherlands Antilles, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and the Caribbean part of the Netherlands (the islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba) in their relations with the States with which agreements on the extension of the Convention have been concluded :

Sweden, on 8 July 1993 and 29 July 1993

Liechtenstein, on June 30, 1993 and September 29, 1993

Switzerland, on 20 October 1993 and 28 October 1993

Luxembourg, on 20 September 1993 and 22 November 1993

France, on July 30, 1993 and 22 November 1993

Italy, on June 8, 1993 and December 21, 1993

Turkey, on 19 January 1994 and February 3, 1994

Denmark, on 20 January 1994 and February 4, 1994

Norway, on January 26, 1994 and February 18, 1994

Cyprus, on 3 August 1993 and March 3, 1994

Czech Republic, on July 20, 1993 and February 21, 1994

Greece, on 21 September 1993 and 16 June 1994

Slovakia, on 20 July 1993 and 30 June 1994

Iceland, on January 26, 1994 and July 22, 1994

Austria, on 22 July 1994 and 28 July 1994

Spain, on 11 November 1993 and November 24, 1994

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, on November 8, 1994 and 4 November 1994

Israel, on 28 February 1994 and 31 July 1995

Portugal, on July 6, 1995 and August 29, 1995

Croatia, on 16 October 1995 and 12 February 1996

Slovenia, on 7 March 1996 and 13 March 1996

Hungary, on 28 March 1996 and April 2, 1996

Finland, on 5 February 1996 and July 4, 1996

Lithuania, on 9 January 1996 and 16 July 1996

Bulgaria, on 29 March 1996 and 17 July 1996

Malta, on 2 April 1997 and April 17, 1997

Estonia, on June 24, 1997 and July 17, 1997

Ukraine, on 13 October 1999 and 22 October 1999

Moldova, on 7 May 1999 and November 2, 1999

Romania, on 16 June 1999 and 27 March 2000

Ireland, on 27 July 1995 and 4 December 2000

Albania, on 26 March 1999 and 18 December 2000

Germany, on the December 10, 2001 and January 22, 2002

 

In addition, San Marino2 withdrew para. 2 of the Convention its reservation to article 28, given on the occasion of the ratification on 10 April 2013 in accordance with article 26.

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