Scope Of The International Convention To Combat The Counterfeiting Together With The Protocol And The Optional Protocol

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Internationalen Abkommens zur Bekämpfung der Falschmünzerei samt Protokoll und Fakultativprotokoll

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23 announcement of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the International Convention to combat the counterfeiting together with the Protocol and the Optional Protocol

After messages of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, following States have their instruments of ratification or accession to the international agreements on combating the counterfeiting together with the Protocol and the Optional Protocol (BGBl. No. 347/1931, last proclamation of the scope of Federal Law Gazette No. 557/1996) deposited or explained, continue to consider themselves bound to the Treaty:

 



States:



Date of deposit of the instruments of ratification and accession or declaration of continuity to the agreement:



Date of deposit of the instruments of ratification and accession or declaration of continuity to the Protocol:



Date of deposit of the instruments of ratification and accession or continuity statement to the additional protocol:



Andorra



October 3, 2007



October 3, 2007



Belarus



August 23, 2001



August 23, 2001



Bosnia and Herzegovina



April 27, 2009



April 27, 2009



April 27, 2009



Georgia



July 20, 2000



July 20, 2000



Kazakhstan



December 22, 2010



December 22, 2010



Croatia



December 30, 2003



Liberia



September 16, 2005



September 16, 2005



September 16, 2005



Lithuania



April 2, 2004



April 2, 2004



April 2, 2004



Luxembourg



March 14, 2002



March 14, 2002



the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia



March 7, 2005



Sweden



March 15, 2001



March 15, 2001



March 15, 2001



Zimbabwe



December 1, 1998



Slovenia



May 9, 2006



May 9, 2006



May 9, 2006 the following States have declared the following reservations on the occasion of the deposit of their instruments of ratification or accession to the agreement or made statements:

Andorra:

After reviewing the provisions of article 431 of the Penal Code of Andorra, article 2 lit. a of the Constitution Act relating to extradition, is granted the extradition provided for in article 10 of this agreement for persons who have knowingly taken counterfeit money, tried to put it in circulation, or put it into circulation after they realized that it was not real.

Belarus:

The Republic of Belarus attaches a caveat and considers himself not on article 20 of the agreement regarding the special order to the delivery of the instrument of ratification to the depositary and the explanation to article 19 of the agreement concerning the non-recognition of the jurisdiction of the Permanent International Court of Justice and arbitration as a dispute settlement instrument between States, which has made the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republic at the signing of the Convention , bound.

Kazakhstan:

In the framework of this international agreement, the Republic of Kazakhstan on issues of legal assistance, tracking and delivery collaborates with the central authorities of the other States in the way of the Attorney General of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Luxembourg:

The Attorney is appointed as a central body within the meaning of article 12 of the international agreement on combating the counterfeiting, signed in Geneva on April 20, 1929, to act.

The designation of the public prosecutor as the Central Office should prejudice not the execution of the order, which is called in articles 12 to 16 of the International Convention to combat the counterfeiting or in the Community legislation on the protection of the euro against counterfeiting by the authorities or legally competent national bodies, and which, if necessary, subject to a procedure to be determined by the public prosecutor in his capacity as the Central Office.

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