Scope Of The Convention On The Protection And Promotion Of The Diversity Of Cultural Expressions

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Übereinkommens über den Schutz und die Förderung der Vielfalt kultureller Ausdrucksformen

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27 announcement of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Convention on the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions

After communication of the Director-General of UNESCO were following ratification or accession to the Convention on the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions (Federal Law Gazette III No. 34/2007, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 102/2009) deposited:

 



 



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



Equatorial Guinea



June 17, 2010



Azerbaijan



February 15, 2010



Australia



September 18, 2009



Costa Rica



March 15, 2011



Dominican Republic



September 24, 2009



Gambia



May 26, 2011



Guyana



December 14, 2009



Haiti



February 8, 2010



Honduras



August 31, 2010



Indonesia



January 12, 2012



Democratic Republic of the Congo



September 28, 2010



Republic of Korea



April 1, 2010



Lesotho



February 18, 2010



Malawi



March 16, 2010



Netherlands



October 9, 2009



Palestine



December 8, 2011



St. Vincent and the Grenadines



September 25, 2009



Tanzania



October 18, 2011



Trinidad and Tobago



July 26, 2010



Czech Republic



August 12, 2010



Ukraine



March 10, 2010 on the occasion of the deposit of the instrument of accession below States have submitted the following observations:

Azerbaijan:

The Republic of Azerbaijan declares in accordance with article 25 paragraph 4 of the Convention, that she presented 25 paragraph 3 of the Convention proceedings does not recognise that article. The Republic of Azerbaijan declares that it can only guarantee the implementation of the Convention in their territories occupied by the Republic of Armenia (the region of Nagorno-Karabakh of Azerbaijan and the seven provinces surrounding this region) when they liberated areas from the occupation and the consequences of this crew are completely eliminated (the schematic map of the occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan is attached).

The occupying power - the Republic of Armenia - bears full responsibility for the destruction of cultural expressions in the occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan by the day of the occupation until the liberation of these territories by the crew and up to the total elimination of the consequences of this crew.

Australia:

Australia declares that it is of the opinion, that the obligation provided for in article 16 of the developed industrial countries "to facilitate cultural exchanges with developing countries by them in appropriate institutional and legal framework artists and other cultural workers and cultural grant preferential treatment involved as well as cultural goods and services from developing countries", did not, aims, content and the interpretation of national laws, regulations, rules or criteria relating to eligibility for immigration visas or authorisations, or exercise of discretion according to laws, regulations and administrative provisions or rules or criteria to influence.

The Convention is to apply and can be interpreted that it safeguards the rights and Australia's obligations under other treaties, whose party is it, including the Marrakesh Agreement establishing the World Trade Organization. This Convention affects not Australia's ability to negotiate rights and obligations in other current or future contract negotiations.

Faymann