On Conclusion Of The International Convention On Tonnage Measurement Of Ships (Tonnage) 1969

Original Language Title: o sjednání Mezinárodní úmluvy o vyměřování lodí (TONNAGE), 1969

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253/1995 Coll.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs that on 23 June 1969 was in London
adopted the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships (Tonnage) 1969

Instrument of accession of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic to the International
Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships, 1969, was deposited with the Secretary
International Maritime Organization, the depositary of the Convention, on 10 April 1974.

When accessing the Convention has made the following statement: "
acceding to the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships, the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic
wishes to declare that Article 16 of the Convention is
contrary to the generally accepted principle equivalent
its sovereignty and article 20 of the Declaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and
peoples, adopted at the XV. General Assembly of the United Nations
14 December 1960. "

The Convention entered into force by virtue of Article 17 paragraph. 1
on 18 July 1982 and this date entered into force for the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic

On October 19, 1993 Czech Republic announced
Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization, in accordance with the applicable principles of international law
as a successor state to the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic
considers itself bound by the International Convention on | || Tonnage (Tonnage) 1969 dated 23 June 1969, including
statements with effect from 1 January 1993. declaration on Article 16 and Article 20
Czech Republic withdrew its notification to the Secretary-General
The international maritime organization on 6 July 1995.

The text of the Convention can be consulted at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Transport