Scope Of The Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora In The Version Of The Change By June 22, 1979

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Übereinkommens über den internationalen Handel mit gefährdeten Arten freilebender Tiere und Pflanzen in der Fassung der Änderung vom 22. Juni 1979

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81. by-laws of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora in the version of the change by June 22, 1979

After communication of the Government of the Swiss Confederation, following further States have their instruments of ratification or accession to the Convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora in the version of the change by June 22, 1979 (BGBl. No. 188/1982 sunny BGBl. 154/1987, as last amended by BGBl. III No. 69/2012, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 14 / 1998) deposited :

 



States:



Date of deposit of the instrument of ratification or accession to the Convention as amended:



Date of deposit of the instrument of ratification or instrument of accession to the amendment of June 22, 1979:



Albania



June 27, 2003



June 27, 2003



Antigua and Barbuda



July 8, 1997



Argentina



May 17, 2001



Armenia



October 23, 2008



October 23, 2008



Azerbaijan



November 23, 1998



November 23, 1998



Barbados



December 9, 1992



Belarus



August 10, 1995



Bhutan



August 15, 2002



August 15, 2002



Bosnia and Herzegovina



January 21, 2009



January 21, 2009



Brunei Darussalam



May 4, 1990



China



5 December 1997



Côte d'Ivoire



November 21, 1994



Dominica



August 4, 1995



Eritrea



October 24, 1994



Fiji



September 30, 1997



Georgia



September 13, 1996



Grenada



August 30, 1999



August 30, 1999



Guinea-Bissau



16 May 1990



Ireland



January 8, 2002



January 8, 2002



Iceland



January 3, 2000



January 3, 2000



Jamaica



April 23, 1997



Yemen



5 May 1997



Cambodia



July 4, 1997



Cape Verde



August 10, 2005



August 10, 2005



Kazakhstan



January 20, 2000



January 20, 2000



Qatar



May 8, 2001



May 8, 2001



Kyrgyzstan



June 4, 2007



June 4, 2007



Colombia



September 22, 2006



Comoros



November 23, 1994



Korea, Republic of



July 9, 1993



Croatia



March 14, 2000



March 14, 2000



Cuba



April 20, 1990



Kuwait



August 12, 2002



August 12, 2002



Laos



March 1, 2004



March 1, 2004



Lesotho



October 1, 2003



October 1, 2003



Latvia



February 11, 1997



Libya



January 28, 2003



January 28, 2003



Lithuania



December 10, 2001



December 10, 2001



Mali



18 July 1994



Mauritania



March 13, 1998



March 13, 1998



Macedonia



July 4, 2000



July 4, 2000



Moldova



March 29, 2001



March 29, 2001



Mongolia



January 5, 1996



Montenegro



March 26, 2007



March 26, 2007



Myanmar



June 13, 1997



Oman



March 19, 2008



March 19, 2008



Palau



April 16, 2004



April 16, 2004



Poland



December 12, 1989



Romania



August 18, 1994



Solomon Islands



March 26, 2007



March 26, 2007



Samoa



November 9, 2004



November 9, 2004



San Marino



July 22, 2005



July 22, 2005



São Tomé and Príncipe



August 9, 2001



August 9, 2001



Saudi Arabia



March 12, 1996



Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, now Serbia



February 27, 2002



February 27, 2002



Sierra Leone



October 28, 1994



Slovakia



March 2, 1993



Slovenia



January 24, 2000



January 24, 2000



St. Kitts and Nevis



February 14, 1994



St. Lucia



February 9, 1999



Swaziland



February 26, 1997



Syria, Arab Republic



April 30, 2003



April 30, 2003



Turkey



23 September 1996



Czech Republic



April 14, 1993



Ukraine



December 30, 1999



December 30, 1999



Hungary



April 19, 2005



Uzbekistan



July 10, 1997



U.A.E



February 8, 1990



Viet Nam



20 January 1994 communications of Switzerland according to the following States have submitted declarations to the Convention as amended:

China1:

The Convention as amended shall apply to the Macao Special Administrative Region with effect from 20 December 1999.

Dänemark2:

On the question after the extent of the territorial applicability of the Convention in the Faroe Islands Denmark would remind Declaration of his on the occasion of its ratification of the Convention on July 26, 1977. Denmark would like to clarify that the purpose and intention of this statement: until further notice the Convention shall not apply to the Faroe Islands. This is the Danish Government's position since the ratification of the Convention by Denmark and until further notice, this will remain the position of Denmark.

Iceland:

Iceland considers the registration of certain species in the annexes of the Convention in the contradiction referred to article II of the Convention and to the biological criteria which were agreed under CITES for the registration. A number of cetaceans listed in the annexes are a good example.

With the accession to the Convention, Iceland has decided to make no reservations regarding that, come to unterliegendem its national jurisdiction area, and his opinion unjustly are included in the annexes to the species. This should not be construed however as acceptance of the usefulness of all other entries contained in the annexes on the part of Iceland.

If new scientific evidence should show that species for which Iceland has lodged reservations, are entered in the annexes, actually legitimately island will reassess the reservations affected.

Iceland considers it important that CITES reaches its destination as soon as possible carry out an efficient and clear review of all current entries in the annexes. The review should be objective and make sure that all entries in the annexes in accordance with article II of the Convention, and the biological, agreed in the framework of CITES criteria are.

Netherlands3:

On October 5, 2010, the Kingdom of the Netherlands has informed the Swiss Confederation of a change in the constitutional structure of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The following applications resulting for CITES: for the European part of effective from 18th July 1984 (Amendment of June 22, 1979, effective from April 13, 1987), for the Caribbean part of (the islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustasius and Saba), effective from October 10, 2010, for Aruba with effect from March 29, 1995, for Curaçao and Sint Maarten with effect from 10 October 2010 CITES application found on also for the period of 6 July 1999 to 9 October 2010 the former Netherlands Antilles.

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