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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1996 ACT 303

(August 5)

Official Journal No. 42,852 of 9 August 1996

By means of which the "Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco" are approved, adopted in Mexico City on 3 July 1990, 10 May 1991 and 26 August 1992.

Vigency Notes Summary

THE CONGRESS OF THE REPUBLIC

DECRETA:

Having the text of the Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco,

adopted in Mexico, D.F., on July 3, 1990,

10 May 1991 and 26 August 1992.

" Body for Proscription of

Nuclear Weapons in Latin America

Secretary General

Certification

By means of this I certify the accompanying document CG/E/415 that was presented and approved by Resolution 310 (E-VIII) at the VIII Special Session of the General Conference of the Odiaper, held in Mexico City on 18 September. January 1994.

This document contains the amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco, adopted successively by the E-V, XII and the E-VII Periods of the General Conference of the organization.

This certification is extended for the purposes of the case, in Mexico City at 4 days of the month of March 1994.

Enrique Roman Moray,

Ambassador Secretary General.

The Secretariat of Foreign Relations of Mexico, in its capacity as the Depositary Government of the Treaty of Tlatelolco dated January 27, 1994, sent the following information to the General Secretariat of the Organization for the Prohibition of Arms Nuclear in Latin America and the Caribbean.

State of signatures and ratifications of the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America, and its Additional Protocols I and II, opened for signature, in Mexico City, from 14 February 1967.

Country Signing Ratification Waiver

(Article 28)

Antigua and Barbuda 11 Oct. 1983 11 Oct. 1983 11 Oct. 1983

Argentina 27 sept. 1967 18 in. 1994 18 in. 1994

Bahamas 29 Nov. 1976 26 April 1977 26 April 1977

Barbados 18 Oct. 1968 25 April 1969 25 April 1969

Belize 14 Feb. 1992

Bolivia 14 Feb. 1967 18 Feb. 1986 18 Feb. 1986

Brazil 9 may. 1967 29 Jan. 1968

Colombia 14 Feb. 1967 4 Aug. 1972 06 Sep. 1972

Costa Rica 14 Feb. 1967 25 Aug. 1969 25 Aug. 1969

Cuba

Chile 14 Feb. 1967 09 Oct. 1974 18 Jan 1994

Dominica 02 may. 1989 04 Jun. 1993 25 Aug. 1993

Ecuador 14 Feb. 1967 11 Feb. 1969 11 Feb. 1969

El Salvador 14 Feb. 1967 22 Apr. 1968 22 Apr. 1968

Granada 29 Apr. 1975 20 Jun. 1975 20 Jun. 1975

Guatemala 14 Feb. 1967 06 Feb. 1970 06 Feb. 1970

Guyana

Haiti 14 Feb. 1967 23 May. 1969 23 May. 1969

Honduras 14 Feb. 1967 23 May. 1969 23 May. 1969

Jamaica 26 Oct. 1967 26 Jun. 1969 26 Jun. 1969

Mexico 14 Feb. 1967 20 Sept. 1967 20 Sept. 1967

Nicaragua 15 Feb. 1967 24 Oct. 1968 24 Oct. 1968

Panama 14 Feb. 1967 11 Jun. 1971 11 Jun. 1971

Paraguay 26 Apr. 1967 19 sea. 1969 19 sea. 1969

Peru 14 Feb. 1967 04 mar. 1967 04 mar. 1967

Dominican Republic 28 Jul. 1967 14 Jun. 1968 14 Jun. 1968

San Kitts and Nevis

San Vicente

and the Grenadines 14 Feb. 1992 14 Feb. 1992 11 May. 1992

St. Lucia 25 Aug. 1992

Suriname 13 Feb. 1976 10 June 1977 10 June 1977

Trinidad and Tobago 27 June 1967 3 Dec. 1970 27 June 1975

Uruguay 14 Feb. 1967 20 agos. 1968 20 agos. 1968

Venezuela 14 Feb. 1967 23 March 1970 23 March 1970

Additional Protocol I

Signature Ratification Country

United States 26 May 1977 23 Nov 1981

France 2 March 1979 24 Aug. 1992

Netherlands 15 March 1968 26 July 1971

UK 20 Dec. 1967 11 Dec. 1969

Protocol II

Rep. Pop. China 21 Aug. 1973 12 June 1974

United States 01 April 1968 12 May 1971

France 18 Jul. 1973 22 sea. 1974

UK 20 Dec. 1967 11 Dec. 1969

USSR 18 may. 1978 08 January 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 Treaty), as provided for by Resolution 267 (E-V) of the General Conference of the Odiaper adopted in Mexico City on 3 July 1990, which resolved to add the legal name of the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America, the terms and the Caribbean, and consequently to make this amendment in the legal name as set out in Article 7o. of the Treaty, the Signatory and Ratifying countries of this first amendment so far are:

Signature Ratification Country

Antigua and Barbuda

Argentina 10 Dec. 1990 18 January 1994

Bahamas 18 sea. 1992

Barbados

Belize

Bolivia 10 Dec. 1990

Brazil 10 Dec. 1990

Colombia 05 Dec. 1990

Costa Rica 10 Dec. 1990

Cuba

Chile 16 Jan. 1991 18 Jan. 1994

Dominica

Ecuador

El Salvador 21 Feb. 1991 22 May 1992

Granada 17 Sep. 1991 17 Sep. 1991

Guatemala 10 Dec. 1990

Guyana

Haiti 16 Jan. 1991

Honduras 16 Jan. 1991

Jamaica 21 Feb. 1991 13 sea. 1992

Mexico 5 nov. 1990 24 Oct. 1991

Nicaragua 10 Dec. 1990

Panama

Paraguay 19 Feb. 1991

Peru 5 Dec. 1990

Dominican Republic 16 Jan. 1991

San Kitts and Nevis

Saint Vincent-and the Grenadines

Suriname 07 Jan. 1992 07 Jan. 1992

Trinidad and Tobago

Uruguay 16 nov. 1990

Venezuela 16 Jan. 1991

Also in the same note is 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), which is prepared by Resolution 268 (XII), adopted in Mexico City, on 10 May 1991, replacing paragraph 2. Article 25 of the Treaty with the following wording:

The status of a State Party to the Treaty of Tlatelolco shall be restricted to the Independent States within the Area of Application of the Treaty in accordance with its Article 4 (1), and paragraph 1. of this Article, which were members of the United Nations and the non-autonomous territories mentioned in the document OEA/CERP, AG/ doc, on 10 December 1985. 1939/85 of 5 November 1985, when they reach their independence.

The Signatory and Ratifying Countries of this Second Amendment are:

Signature Ratification Country

Antigua and Barbuda

Argentina 14 Oct. 1991 18 Jan. 1994

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Bolivia 10 sept. 1991

Brazil 23 Jan.  1992

Colombia 10 sept. 1991

Costa Rica 3 sept. 1991

Cuba

Chile 3 sept. 1991 18 Jan. 1994

Dominican

Ecuador 13 sept. 1991

El Salvador 10 sept. 1991

Granada 17 Sept. 1991

Guatemala

Guyana

Haiti 21 Jan.  1992

Honduras 4 mar.  1992

Jamaica 17 Sept. 1991

Mexico 2 sept. 1991 10 April 1992

Nicaragua 28 Jan.  1992

Panama

Paraguay 21 Jan.  1992

Peru 21 Jan.  1992

Dominican Republic 10 Sept. 1991

San Kitts and Nevis

San-Vicente

and the Grenadines

Suriname 7 Jan.  1992 7 Jan. 1992

Trinidad and Tobago

Uruguay 17 Sep.  1991

Venezuela 10 sept. 1991

Also in the same note is 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), which is prepared by the Resolution 290 (E-VII) of the General Conference and adopted in Mexico City, D.F., on 26 August 1992.

Approve and open the signature of the following amendments to the Treaty:

Article 14.

2. The Contracting Parties shall simultaneously send to the Agency a copy of the reports sent to the International Atomic Energy Agency concerning the matters covered by this Treaty, which are relevant to the work of the Agency.

3. The information provided by the contracting parties may not be disclosed or communicated to third parties, in whole or in part, by the addressees of the reports, except where they expressly consent to it.

Article 15.

1. At the request of either Party and with the authorization of the Council, the Secretary-General may request from either Party to provide the Agency with additional or supplementary information regarding any event or extraordinary circumstances affecting compliance with this Treaty, explaining the reasons for this. The Contracting Parties undertake to cooperate promptly and comprehensively with the Secretary-General.

2. The Secretary-General shall immediately inform the Council and the Parties of such requests and the respective replies.

Text replacing article 16 in effect:

Article 16.

1. The International Atomic Energy Agency has the power to carry out special inspections in accordance with Article 12 and the agreements referred to in Article 13 of this Treaty.

2. At the request of either Party and following the procedures laid down in Article 15 of this Treaty, the Council may send a request to the International Atomic Energy Agency to put in place the mechanisms necessary to carry out a special inspection.

3. The Secretary-General shall request the Director-General of the IAEA to transmit to him in due course the information he sends to the IAEA Board of Governors in relation to the conclusion of that special inspection. The Secretary-General shall soon be aware of such information to the Council.

4. The Council, acting through the Secretary-General, shall transmit such information to all Contracting Parties.

Article 19.

1. The Agency may agree with the International Atomic Energy Agency on the arrangements authorised by the General Conference and which it considers appropriate to facilitate the effective functioning of the control system established by this Treaty.

And it is renumbered from item 20 onwards:

Article 20.

1. The Agency may also enter into relations with any international organization or body, especially with those that will be set up in the future to monitor disarmament or arms control measures anywhere in the world.

2. The contracting parties may, when they consider it appropriate, request the advice of the Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission on all matters of a technical nature related to the application of this Treaty, provided that allow the powers conferred on that Commission by its Statute.

Signature Ratification Country

Antigua and Barbuda

Argentina 26 ago. 1992 18 Jan. 1994

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Bolivia 31 ago. 1992

Brazil 26 Aug. 1992

Colombia 14 Dec. 1992

Costa Rica 14 Dec. 1992

Cuba

Chile 26 Aug. 1992 18 Jan. 1994

Dominican

Ecuador 26 Aug. 1992

El Salvador 08 Sep. 1992

Grenada

Guatemala 26 ago. 1992

Guyana

Haiti 22 Oct. 1992

Honduras 26 Aug. 1992

Jamaica 08 Jun. 1993

Mexico 26 Aug. 1992 01 Sep. 1993

Nicaragua 26 ago. 1992

Panama

Paraguay 26 Aug. 1992

Peru 09 Feb. 1993

Dominican Republic 26 Aug. 1992

San Kitts and Nevis

San-Vicente

and the Grenadines

Suriname

Trinidad and Tobago

Uruguay 26 Aug. 1992

Venezuela 26 ago. 1992

The Undersigned Head of the Legal Office

from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,

DO CONSTAR:

That the present reproduction is faithful photocopy taken from the certified text of the "Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco", adopted in Mexico City, on 3 July 1990, 10 May 1991 and 26 August 1992.

Dada en Santa Fe de Bogota, D.C., at six (6) days of the

December of a thousand nine hundred and ninety-four (1994).

HECTOR ADOLFO SINTURA VARELA,

head Legal Office. "

EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF THE PUBLIC POWER PRESIDENCY OF THE REPUBLIC

Santa Fe de Bogota, D.C., December 28, 1994.

Approved. Submit to the honorable consideration

National Congress for Constitutional Effects.

ERNESTO SAMPER PIZANO

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs,

(Fdo.) RODRIGO PARDO GARCIA-PENA.

DECRETA:

ARTICLE 1A. Approve the "Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco", adopted in Mexico City, on 3 July 1990, 10 May 1991 and 26 August 1992.

Ir al inicio

ARTICLE 2A. In accordance with the provisions of Article 1o. of Law 7a. In 1944, the "Amendments to the Treaty of Tlatelolco", adopted in Mexico City, on 3 July 1990, 10 May 1991 and 26 August 1992, which, by the first article of this Law, is adopted, will force the country from the date on which it is perfected. the international link with respect to the same.

Ir al inicio

ARTICLE 3A. This Law governs from the date of its publication.

The President of the honorable Senate of the Republic,

JULIO CESAR GUERRA.

The Secretary General of the honorable Senate of the Republic,

PEDRO PUMAREJO VEGA.

The President of the honorable House of Representatives,

RODRIGO RIVERA SALAZAR.

The Secretary General of the honorable House of Representatives,

DIEGO VIVAS TAFUR.

COLOMBIA-NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

Contact and post.

Execute previous Constitutional Court review

pursuant to article 241-10 of the Political Constitution.

Dada en Santa Fe de Bogota, D.C., at 5 August 1996.

ERNESTO SAMPER PIZANO

The Foreign Minister,

MARIA EMMA MEJIA VELEZ

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