Scope Of The Convention Relating To The Status Of Refugees

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich der Konvention über die Rechtsstellung der Flüchtlinge

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178. Presentation of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Convention on the Status of Refugees

According to the United Nations Secretary-General, on 28 June 2011, Nauru submitted his instrument of accession to the Convention on the Status of Refugees (BGBl). N ° 55/1955, last proclamation of the BGBl scope. III. No 217/2005), and on the occasion of which it is stated that, in respect of its obligations under this Convention, the alternative b to paragraph 1 of Section B of Article 1 of this Convention shall be considered as binding.

Furthermore, with effect from 3 June 2006, Montenegro has declared its continuing commitment to the Convention and to its obligations under this Convention to the alternative b of paragraph 1 of section B of Article 1 for binding to shall be considered.

According to other communications from the Secretary-General, the following states have their own on the occasion of the deposit of the instruments of ratification or ratification. Instrument of accession declared reservations or , in part or in whole:

Guatemala 1 :

On 26 April 2007, Guatemala withdrew its reservation, declared on the occasion of accession, and the declaration made.

Honduras 2 :

Honduras, on 29 May 2013, withdrew its reservations on Art. 24, Articles 26 and 31 of the Convention, which were expressed in the case of deposit of the instrument of accession.

Republic of Korea 3 :

On 1 September 2009, the Republic of Korea withdrew its reservation, declared on the occasion of accession, on Article 7 of the Convention.

Liechtenstein 4 :

Liechtenstein has the right to The reservations made on the occasion of the deposit of the instrument of ratification were withdrawn in October 2009 under Articles 17 and 24 of the Convention.

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