Of The Treaty On The Prohibition Of Nuclear Weapons Tests In The Atmosphere, In Outer Space

Original Language Title: o Smlouvě o zákazu pokusů s jadernými zbraněmi v ovzduší, v kosmu

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90/1963 Coll.



The DECREE



Minister of Foreign Affairs



of 6 December. December 1963



of the Treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons tests in the atmosphere, in outer

space and under water



On 5 July 2004. August 1963 in Moscow was negotiated, the Treaty on the prohibition of experiments with

nuclear weapons in the atmosphere, in outer space and under water.



The contract was signed on behalf of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic in

Moscow, in London and in Washington June 8. August 1963. The Treaty entered

in force pursuant to article III, paragraph 3 of the 10 June. October 1963, i.e.,. in

the day when they deposited their instruments of ratification in Moscow, in London and in the

Washington the Government Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United

Britain and the United States of America.



With the Treaty, the implementation of the National Assembly of the Czechoslovak Socialist

the Republic of the agreement of 5 May 1999. in December 1963, and the president of the Republic it

ratified 10 December. October 1963.



The instruments of ratification were deposited the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic

the depositaries of the Treaty, and with the Governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist

republics and the United Kingdom on 14 July. October 1963, and with the Government of the United States

us 17 May. October 1963.



On the basis of article III, paragraph 4, entered for the Czechoslovak

Socialist Republic of the Treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons-related experiments in

the atmosphere, in outer space and under water in force save

instruments of ratification.



Czech translation of the contract shall be published at the same time.



David r.



Contract



on the prohibition of nuclear weapons tests in the atmosphere, in outer space and

under water



The Government of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom

Of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and United States of America,

referred to as the "original parties",



declaring its main goal of reaching an agreement as soon as possible

General and complete disarmament under strict international control in

accordance with the objectives of the United Nations, which would put an end to the races

in the arms race and eliminate the motives for the manufacture and testing of all types of

weapons, including nuclear,



aiming to achieve a cessation of all test explosions of nuclear weapons

forever, being resolved to continue negotiations and, therefore, desiring to

put an end to that environment that envelops you, it zamořováno

radioactive substances,



have agreed as follows:



Article. (I)



1. Each Contracting Party undertakes to prohibit all test explosions

of nuclear weapons and all other nuclear explosions, to prevent them and

do not, at any place under its jurisdiction

or check:



and in the air); outside its borders, and was reading in this space; under

water, and was reading in coastal waters and the open sea; and



b) in any other environment if such explosion causes silting

radioactive waste outside the territory of the State under whose jurisdiction or

control such explosion is carried out. It should be noted that the

the provisions of this section must not be an obstacle to the conclusion of the contract, which

will lead to the banning of all nuclear test explosions forever, was reading in it

all such attempts under the Earth; on the conclusion of the Contracting Parties

seek, as it has already stated in the preamble to this agreement.



2. Each of the Contracting Parties shall furthermore undertakes to avoid incitement,

encouragement or any participation in the implementation of any experimental

explosions of nuclear weapons or any other nuclear explosions anywhere

carried out, which would be carried out in any of the environment

referred to in paragraph 1 of this article, or should the consequences referred to in

paragraph 1.



Article II



1. Any Contracting Party may propose amendments to this Treaty. The text of the

any proposed amendment shall be submitted to the Governments of depozitářským, which is

They shall be distributed to all parties. Then, if so requested by one-third, or

more of the parties, convene a Conference and invite Government depozitářské on

her all the Contracting Parties, to discuss the proposed amendment.



2. any amendment to this Treaty must be approved by a majority of

the Contracting Parties, and was reading in that the voices of all of the original Contracting Parties.

The amendment shall enter into force for all Contracting Parties after most

the Contracting Parties, and was reading in that all of the original Contracting Parties, deposited into the

deposit their instruments of ratification.



Article. (III)



1. this Treaty shall be open for signature by all States. Any State,

who does not sign this Treaty before its entry into force in accordance with

paragraph 3 of this article may accede to it at any time.



2. this Treaty is subject to ratification by States which have signed it.

The instruments of ratification and instruments of accession are to be handed in for safekeeping

the Governments of the States-the original Contracting Parties-the Union of Soviet

Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and

Northern Ireland and the United States of America, which are hereby determine for

depozitářské Government.



3. this Treaty shall enter into force after ratification by all original

the Contracting Parties and the deposit of their instruments of ratification.



4. For States whose instruments of ratification or instrument of accession shall be

stored for safekeeping after the entry into force of this Treaty, the Treaty shall enter in the

force on the date of deposit of the instrument of ratification or instrument of

access.



5. the Depozitářské Government shall inform all States that this

Have signed or acceded to, the date of each signature, the date of

the deposit of any instrument of ratification or instrument of accession, on the date of entry

This Treaty enters into force, the date of receipt of any request for the convening of a

the Conference, as well as other notifications.



6. This Treaty shall be registered in accordance with article depozitářskými the Governments of the

102 of the Charter of the United Nations.



Article IV



This Treaty has unlimited validity.



Each Contracting Party shall have the right, on the basis of the performance of their State

sovereignty, terminate the contract, if it comes to the decision that the

the exceptional circumstances related to the content of this Treaty endangers the higher

the interests of her country. About this denunciation must inform all other

the parties three months in advance.



Article. In



This Treaty, of which the Russian and English texts being equally authentic, shall be

stored in the archives of the depozitářských Government. Depozitářské Government shall transfer the

duly certified copies of this Treaty to the Governments of the States which have signed

and acceded to.



On the evidence of subscribers agents, men duly authorised thereto, this

The Treaty signed.



Done in triplicate in Moscow on 5 December. August of the year one thousand nine hundred

Sixty-three.



For the Government of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics:



A. Gromyko in r.



For the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:



Home in r.



For the Government of the United States of America:



Dean Rusk in the r.

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