Law Approving The Additional Protocol, Done At Brussels On 27 September 1999, The Maritime Agreement Between The Belgo-Luxembourg Economic Union And The Togolese Republic, Signed At Brussels On 19 October 1984 (1)

Original Language Title: Loi portant assentiment au Protocole additionnel, fait à Bruxelles le 27 septembre 1999, à l'Accord maritime entre l'Union économique belgo-luxembourgeoise et la République togolaise, signé à Bruxelles le 19 octobre 1984 (1)

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Posted the: 2004-01-16 Numac: 2002015062 FEDERAL Foreign Affairs, external trade and development COOPERATION PUBLIC SERVICE September 3, 2000. -Act on assent to the additional protocol, done at Brussels on 27 September 1999, the marine between the Belgo-Luxembourg Economic Union and the Republic of Togo agreement, signed in Brussels on 19 October 1984 (1) ALBERT II, King of the Belgians, to all, present and future, hi.
The Chambers have adopted and we endorse the following: Article 1. This Act regulates a matter referred to in article 77 of the Constitution.
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2. the additional protocol, done at Brussels on 27 September 1999, the maritime agreement between the Belgo-Luxembourg Economic Union and the Togolese Republic, signed at Brussels on 19 October 1984, will release its full and complete effect.
Promulgate this Act, order that it self under the seal of the State and published by le Moniteur.
Given in Brussels, September 3, 2000.
ALBERT by the King: Foreign Minister L. MICHEL Minister of mobility and transport, Ms. I. during the Minister of Justice, M. VERWILGHEN Scellé the seal of the State: the Minister of Justice, Mr. VERWILGHEN _ Notes (1) 1999-2000 Session.
Senate.
Documents. -Bill tabled on June 20, 2001, no. 2 - 515/1.
-Report, n ° 2-515/2. -Text adopted by the Commission.
Parliamentary Annals. -Discussion and Vote. Meeting of July 13, 2000.
House of representatives.
Documents. -Draft transmitted by the Senate, no. 50-804/1. -Report, n ° 50-804/1. -Text adopted in plenary and subject to Royal assent, meeting No. 50-804/2.
Parliamentary Annals. -Discussion and vote. Meeting of July 14, 2000.
(2) Ce Protocole entered into force on 6 January 2004.

Additional Protocol to the maritime agreement between the Belgo-Luxembourg Economic Union and the Togolese Republic the Government of the Kingdom of Belgium, both in his name on behalf of the Government of the grand duchy of Luxembourg, under the agreements, on the one hand, and the Government of the Togolese Republic, on the other hand, whereas the Convention 6 April 1974 relating to a Code of conduct of the Liner Conferences;
Whereas the maritime agreement between the Belgo-Luxembourg Economic Union and the Togolese Republic, signed at Brussels on 19 October 1984;
Whereas the obligations of the Kingdom of Belgium and the grand duchy of Luxembourg with regard to the regulation of the Union European, eager to promote the harmonious development of maritime exchanges between the Kingdom of Belgium, the grand duchy of Luxembourg and the Republic of Togo.
Have agreed as follows: Article 1 the two Parties reaffirm their commitment to the agreement laritime between the Belgo-Luxembourg Economic Union and the Togolese Republic of October 19, 1984, as a tool for organization of maritime traffic between them.
Article 2 participation of shipping companies to transport of trade generated by the external trade of the Kingdom of Belgium, the grand duchy of Luxembourg and the Republic of Togo, provided for in articles 4 and 5 of the existing agreement is governed with respect to Conference traffic in line by the 6 April 1974 Convention on a Code of conduct of the maritime Conferences.
The rights arising from the maritime agreement for arms the Belgium and the Luxembourg also apply: a) in vessels of shipping companies established in other States members of the European Union and, b) to nationals of Member States established outside the Union and arms outside the Union if their ships are registered in a Member State.
Non-conference shipping companies can participate in trafficking in compliance with the principle of fair competition on a commercial basis.
Article 3 this additional Protocol shall enter into force upon mutual notification by the Parties of the completion of the formalities required by their respective laws.
It shall remain in force for an unlimited period.
However, it may be terminated at any time in writing and through diplomatic channels. In this case, it will cease to have effect one year after receipt of the denunciation by the other Contracting Party.
Done at Brussels, 27 September 1999 in duplicate in French-language.
For the Government of the Kingdom of Belgium: Michel JOSEPH.
Director general Administration of Maritime Affairs and Navigation for the Government of the Togolese Republic: H.E.
Mr Folly Glidjito AKAKPO, Ambassador of the Togolese Republic to the Kingdom of Belgium