Through Which The "amendments To The Treaty Of Tlatelolco" Adopted In Mexico City On July 3, 1990, May 10, 1991 And August 26, 1992 Approved

Original Language Title: Por medio de la cual se aprueban las "Enmiendas al Tratado de Tlatelolco", adoptadas en México D.F. el 3 de julio de 1990, 10 de mayo de 1991 y 26 de agosto de 1992

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ACT 303 OF 1996
(Aug. 5)
Official Gazette No. 42,852 of 9 August 1996
Through which the "Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco" adopted in Mexico City 3 approved July 1990, 10 May 1991 and 26 August 1992. Summary

Term Notes

THE CONGRESS OF THE REPUBLIC DECREES:
having regard to the text of the Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco,
adopted in Mexico City on July 3, 1990, May 10
1991 and August 26, 1992.
"Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in
Latin America Secretary General


by Certification I hereby certify the attached document CG / E / 415 was presented and approved by Resolution 310 (E-VIII) in the eighth Special Session of the General Conference of OPANAL, held in Mexico city on 18 January 1994. This document contains
Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco, successively approved by the EV, XII and E-VII Periods of the General Conference of the organism.
this certification for purposes that were the case, in the city of Mexico extends to the four days in March 1994. Enrique Roman
Moray, Secretary General Ambassador
.
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, as Depositary Government of the Tlatelolco Treaty on 27 January 1994, sent the following information to the General Secretariat of the organization for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean.
State of signatures and ratifications of the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Additional Protocols I and II, opened for signature in Mexico City, from 14 February 1967 | ||
Dispensa Country Signature Ratification (Article 28)
Antigua and Barbuda on October 11. 11 October 1983. 11 October 1983.
Argentina 27 September 1983. 18 1967. 18 1994. 29 November 1994
Bahamas. 1976 April 26, 1977 April 26, 1977
Barbados on October 18. 1968 April 25, 1969 April 25, 1969
Belize February 14.
Bolivia 14 February 1992. 18 February 1967. 18 February 1986.
Brazil 9 May 1986. 29 Jan 1967.
Colombia 14 February 1968. 1967 Aug 4. 06 Sep 1972. 1972
Costa Rica on February 14. 25 Aug 1967. 25 Aug 1969.
1969
Cuba Chile on February 14. 9 October 1967.
1974 18 Jan 1994 02 May Dominica. 4 June 1989. 25 Aug 1993.
Ecuador 14 February 1993. 1967 February 11. 1969 February 11. 1969
El Salvador on Feb. 14. 1967 April 22. 1968 April 22. Granada
29 April 1968. 20 June 1975. 20 June 1975.
Guatemala 14 February 1975. 6 February 1967. 6 February 1970.
1970
Guyana Haiti on Feb. 14. 23 May 1967. 23 May 1969.
Honduras 14 February 1969. 23 May 1967. 23 May 1969. 1969
Jamaica on October 26. 1967 June 26. 1969 June 26.
Mexico 14 February 1969. 20 September 1967. 20 September 1967.
Nicaragua 15 February 1967. 24 October 1967. 24 October 1968.
Panama 14 February 1968. 1967 June 11. 1971 June 11.
Paraguay 26 April 1971. 19 1967 sea. 19 1969 sea. Peru
14 February 1969. 04 1967 sea. 04 1967 sea. 1967
Dominican Republic on July 28. 1967 June 14. 1968 June 14. 1968 St. Kitts and Nevis


Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on February 14. 1992 February 14. 11 May 1992. 1992
St. Lucia 25 Aug. Suriname
13 February 1992. 1976 June 10, 1977 June 10, 1977

Trinidad and Tobago June 27, 1967 December 3. 1970 June 27, 1975
Uruguay on February 14. 20 Aug 1967. 20 Aug 1968.
Venezuela 14 February 1968. 1967 March 23, 1970 March 23, 1970 Additional Protocol I


Country Signature Ratification United States May 26, 1977 November 23. 1981
France March 2, 1979 Aug 24. 1992
Netherlands March 15, 1968 July 26, 1971
UK on December 20. 11 December 1967.
1969
Protocol II Rep. Pop. China 21 Aug.
1973 June 12, 1974 United States 1 April 1968 12 May 1971
France on July 18. 22 1973 sea. 1974
UK on December 20. 11 December 1967. 18 May 1969
USSR. 1978 January 8, 1979
Regarding the relationship of signatures and ratifications to the first amendment to the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America (Treaty of Tratelolco) established by Resolution 267 (EV) of the General Conference OPANAL adopted in the city of Mexico city on July 3, 1990 it decided to add the legal name of the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America, the terms and the Caribbean, and consequently make this amendment in the legal name established in article 7. the Treaty signatories and ratifying countries of this first amendment so far are: Country Signature Ratification


Antigua and Barbuda Argentina on December 10. 1990 18 January 1994 18
Bahamas sea. 1992 Barbados


Belize Bolivia on December 10.
Brazil 10 December 1990.
Colombia 5 December 1990. 1990
Costa Rica December 10.
1990
Cuba Chile 16 Jan. 18 Jan 1991. Dominica

1994
Ecuador El Salvador on Feb. 21. 1991 22 May 1992 17 Sep
Granada. 17 Sep 1991.
Guatemala 10 December 1991.
1990
Guyana Haiti Jan. 16. 16 Jan 1991
Honduras. Jamaica
21 February 1991. 13 1991 sea.
Mexico 5 November 1992. 24 October 1990. Nicaragua
10 December 1991.
1990
Panama Paraguay February 19.
Peru 5 December 1991. 1990
Rep. Dominican 16 Jan.
1991
St. Kitts and Nevis San Vicente- and the Grenadines Suriname
Jan 07. Jan 07 1992.
1992
Trinidad and Tobago Uruguay on November 16. 16 Jan 1990
Venezuela. 1991
Also in the same note the information regarding the relationship of signatures and ratifications, concerning the second amendment to the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America (Treaty of Tlatelolco) is sent, established by Resolution 268 (XII) adopted in the city of Mexico city on May 10, 1991 it is replacing paragraph 2o. Article 25 of the Treaty as follows:
Statehood Party of the Tlatelolco Treaty will be restricted to Independent States which fall within the area covered by the Treaty in accordance with article 4, and paragraph 1o.. of this article, the December 10, 1985 were members of the United Nations and the nonautonomous territories mentioned in document OEA / CER.P, AG / doc. 1939/85 November 5, 1985, when they reach their independence.
Countries Signatories and Ratifying of this second amendment are:

Country Signature Ratification Antigua and Barbuda

Argentina on October 14. 18 Jan 1991.
1994
Bahamas Barbados Belize

Bolivia September 10. 23 Jan 1991
Brazil.
Colombia 10 September 1992. 1991
Costa Rica on September 3.
1991
Cuba Chile on September 3. 18 Jan 1991.
1994
Dominican Ecuador on September 13. 1991
El Salvador on Sept. 10. Granada
17 September 1991. Guatemala 1991


Guyana Haiti Jan. 21. Honduras in April 1992
sea.
Jamaica 17 September 1992.
Mexico 2 September 1991. 1991 10 April 1992 28 Jan
Nicaragua.
1992
Panama Paraguay 21 Jan. 21 Jan 1992
Peru. 1992
Rep. Dominican September 10. 1991 St. Kitts and Nevis


Saint-Vincent and the Grenadines Suriname
Jan 7. Jan 7 1992.
1992
Trinidad and Tobago Uruguay 17 sep.
Venezuela 10 September 1991. 1991
Also in the same note the information regarding the relationship of signatures and ratifications concerning the amendments to the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America (Treaty of Tlatelolco) is sent, established by Resolution 290 (E-VII) of the General Conference and adopted in Mexico city, DF, on 26 August 1992.
approve and open for signature the following amendments to the Treaty: Article 14
|| | 2. Contracting parties shall send simultaneously to the Agency a copy of the reports submitted to the International Atomic Energy Agency concerning the subject matter of this Treaty that are relevant to the work of the Agency.
3. The information provided by the contracting parties shall not be disclosed or communicated to third parties, wholly or partly, by the recipients of the reports, except when those express consent. Article 15.

1. At the request of either party and with the authorization of the Council, the Secretary General may request any of the Parties to provide the Agency with complementary or supplementary information regarding any extraordinary event or circumstance which affects the compliance with this Treaty, explaining the reasons that tuvieren for it. The Contracting Parties undertake to cooperate promptly and fully with the Secretary-General.
2. The Secretary General shall inform the Council and Parties of such requests and the replies.
Text replacing Article 16 in force: Article 16.

1. The International Atomic Energy Agency has the power of carrying out special inspections in accordance with Article 12 and the agreements that Article 13 of the Treaty concerns.
2. At the request of either Party and following the procedures set forth in Article 15 of this Treaty, the Council may submit for consideration by the International Atomic Energy Agency a request to put in place the necessary mechanisms to carry out a special inspection.
3. The Secretary General shall request the Director General of the IAEA to transmit timely information to send to the Board of Governors of the IAEA relating to the conclusion of the special inspection. The Secretary General shall make such information to the Council.
4. The Council, through the Secretary-General shall transmit this information to all Contracting Parties. Article 19.

1. The Agency may conclude with the International Atomic Energy Agency agreements authorized by the General Conference and as it deems appropriate to facilitate the effective operation of the control system established by this Treaty.
And it renumbered from Article 20 onwards:
1
Article 20. The Agency may also enter into relations with any international organization or body, especially those that may be established in the future to supervise disarmament or arms control measures anywhere in the world.

2. Contracting parties when they deem it appropriate, may request the advice of the Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission on all technical issues related to the implementation of this Treaty if allowed by the powers conferred to the Committee by its Statute. Country Signature Ratification


Antigua and Barbuda Argentina 26 Aug. 18 Jan 1992.
1994
Bahamas Barbados Belize

Bolivia Aug 31. 26 Aug 1992
Brazil.
Colombia 14 December 1992. 1992
Costa Rica December 14.
1992
Cuba Chile 26 Aug. 18 Jan 1992.
1994
Dominican Ecuador 26 Aug. 1992
El Salvador 08 Sep.
1992
Granada Guatemala 26 Aug.
1992
Guyana Haiti October 22. 26 Aug 1992
Honduras. 1992
Jamaica on June 8. 26 Aug 1993
Mexico. 01 Sep 1992. 26 Aug 1993
Nicaragua.
1992
Panama Paraguay 26 Aug.
Peru 9 February 1992. 1993
Rep. Dominican Aug 26. 1992 St. Kitts and Nevis


Saint-Vincent and the Grenadines Suriname


Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay 26 Aug. 26 Aug 1992
Venezuela. 1992
The Subscribed Head of the Legal Office
Ministry of Foreign Affairs to state
:
That this reproduction is faithful copy of the certificate text taken from the "Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco" adopted in Mexico City on July 3, 1990, May 10, 1991 and August 26, 1992. Given
Santa Fe de Bogota, DC, six (6) days of December
of in 1994 (1994).
HÉCTOR Sintura ADOLFO VARELA,
Chief Legal Office. "
EXECUTIVE BRANCH PUBLIC POWER PRESIDENCY OF THE REPUBLIC
Santa Fe de Bogota, DC, December 28, 1994. Approved
. Submit for consideration by the honorable
National Congress for constitutional purposes

Ernesto Samper Pizano the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
RODRIGO PARDO GARCÍA-PEÑA
DECREES. (Sgd.). || |. ARTICLE 1A Approval of the "Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco" adopted in Mexico City on July 3, 1990, May 10, 1991 and August 26, 1992.

under Article 2A. the provisions of article 1. of the 7th Act. 1944, "Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco" adopted in Mexico City on July 3, 1990, May 10, 1991 and August 26, 1992, which the first article of this law is passed, will force the country from the date the international link is perfect about it.

ARTICLE 3A. this Law governs from the date of publication.
The President of the honorable Senate, CESAR
Tulena WAR.
The Secretary General of the honorable Senate,
PUMAREJO PEDRO VEGA.
The President of the honorable House of Representatives,
Rodrigo Rivera Salazar.
The Secretary General of the honorable House of Representatives, DIEGO VIVAS
TAFUR.
REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA - NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
communication and publication. Run
prior review by the Constitutional Court
accordance with Article 241-10 of the Constitution.
Given in Santa Fe de Bogota, DC, on August 5, 1996.

Ernesto Samper Pizano Minister of Foreign Affairs, EMMA MEJIA VELEZ

MARIA


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