Scope Of The Convention Of The Council Of Europe To Combat Trafficking In Human Beings

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Übereinkommens des Europarats zur Bekämpfung des Menschenhandels

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7 announcement of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Convention of the Council of Europe to combat trafficking in human beings

After notifications the Secretary of General of the Council of Europe, following further States have their instruments of ratification to the Convention of the Council of Europe to combat trafficking in human beings (Federal Law Gazette III No. 10/2008, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 54/2009) deposited:

 



States:



Date of deposit of the instrument of ratification:



Andorra



March 23, 2011



Azerbaijan



June 23, 2010



Ireland



July 13, 2010



Italy



November 29, 2010



Netherlands



April 22, 2010



San Marino



November 29, 2010



Sweden



May 31, 2010



Slovenia



September 3, 2009



Ukraine



November 29, 2010, on the occasion of the deposit of its instrument of ratification have following States expressed the following reservations and declarations:

Azerbaijan:

The Republic of Azerbaijan declares that the rights and obligations arising from the provisions of the Convention by the Republic of Azerbaijan, not in Armenia are applied.

The Republic of Azerbaijan declares that it can only guarantee the implementation of the provisions of the Convention in its 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).

Netherlands:

In accordance with the provisions of article 44, paragraph 2 of the Convention explains the Kingdom of the Netherlands accept the above Convention for the Kingdom in Europe.

Sweden:

Pursuant to article 31 paragraph 1 lit. e and paragraph 2 of the Convention explains Sweden that it reserves the right, not only in specific cases or under certain conditions establishing its jurisdiction over the offences established by this Convention, when committed against a Swedish nationals.

Slovenia:

Pursuant to article 31, paragraph 2 of the Convention declared the Republic of Slovenia that it reserves the right, not the jurisdiction pursuant to article 31 paragraph 1 lit. (d) to establish, if it can not ensure the criminal prosecution of a stateless person who has his habitual residence in its territory, if the offence outside the jurisdiction of any State is committed.

 

According to a further communication of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe has declared the former Yugoslav Republic Mazedonien1 on May 27, 2009-following conditional:

Pursuant to article 31, paragraph 2 of the Convention declared the Republic of Macedonia that it reserves the right, the provisions of article 31 paragraph 1, lit. d and lit. (e) of the Convention in accordance with the conditions which are set forth in the Penal Code of the Republic of Macedonia to apply.

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