Scope Of The Convention Of The First And The Second Hague Peace Conference Of 1899 And 1907

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Übereinkommens der Ersten und der Zweiten Haager Friedenskonferenz von 1899 und 1907

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21 announcement of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Convention of the first and the second Hague Peace Conference of 1899 and 1907

After releases the Dutch Government following more at the indicated time States, Contracting Party of the following Convention of the first and the second Hague Peace Conference (last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 208/2002) to be or continue to apply:

 

International Convention on the peaceful settlement of international disputes by July 29, 1899 - I. Convention the first Hague Peace Conference (RGBl. No. 173/1913):

 



States:



Date of deposit of the instrument of ratification or instrument of accession, or the Declaration of continuity:



Ethiopia



July 30, 2003



Montenegro



March 1, 2007, with effect from June 3, 2006



Viet Nam



December 29, 2011 Convention for the peaceful settlement of international disputes by October 18, 1907 - I. Convention II. Hague Peace Conference (RGBl. No. 177/1913):

 



States:



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



Albania



October 28, 2011



Bahrain



June 30, 2008



Bangladesh



December 28, 2011



Belize



November 22, 2002



Benin



July 18th, 2005



Estonia



July 3, 2003



Kenya



April 12, 2006



Kuwait



July 16, 2003



Lithuania



November 10, 2004



Madagascar



October 7, 2009



New Zealand (excluding Tokelau)



April 13, 2010



Philippines



July 14, 2010



Qatar



October 3, 2005



Rwanda



April 29, 2011



Slovenia



January 29, 2004



Togo



October 18, 2004



U.A.E



November 6, 2008



Viet Nam



December 29, 2011 on the occasion of the deposit of the instrument of accession Lithuania has adopted the following declaration:

The Republic of Lithuania declares that the law according to which States disputes paragraph 1 of the Convention enclose procedure with each other after the article 37, as right understanding is that respects the principles of the protection of universally recognised human rights.

 

Furthermore notified the following the Kingdom of Niederlande1 on 18 October 2010:

The Kingdom of the Netherlands consisted of three parts: the Netherlands, the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba. The Dutch Antilles consisted of the islands of Curaçao, St. Maarten, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba. With effect from October 10, 2010, the Netherlands Antilles stopped as are part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Since that day, the Kingdom consists of four parts: the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten. Curaçao and Sint Maarten enjoy the Netherlands Antilles - within the Kingdom as well as Aruba - and until October 10, 2010 internal self-government.

It's a change in the internal constitutional structure of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Kingdom of the Netherlands remains the subject of international law with the International Convention be completed. Changing the structure of the Kingdom has therefore no consequences for the validity of international conventions ratified by the Kingdom of the Netherlands Antilles. This agreement, including any made reservations, will continue to apply for Curaçao and Sint Maarten.

The remaining islands which were part of the Netherlands Antilles - Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba - became part of the Netherlands and make "the Caribbean part of the Netherlands" as such. The previously applicable in the Netherlands Antilles Convention also continues to apply for these islands; However, the Government of the Netherlands is now responsible for the implementation of this

 

A further communication from the Dutch Government according to Serbien2 announced the following on June 9, 2006:

As a result of the Declaration of independence of the State of Montenegro, as well as in accordance with article 60 of the Constitutional Charter of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, the Republic of Serbia will continue the international legal personality of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, which was confirmed by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, on the occasion of its meeting on 5 June 2006.

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