With Austria, Concluded In The Hague

Original Language Title: s Rakouskem uzavřená v Haagu

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184/1932 Sb.



The AGREEMENT



with Austria, concluded at the Hague on 20. January 1930.



On behalf of the Czechoslovak Republic.



On behalf of the Czechoslovak Republic,

Austria, Belgium, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Canada, the Federation of States

The Australian, New Zealand, The Union Of South Africa, India, France, Greece,

Italy, Japan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, and Yugoslavia was

negotiated this agreement:



(Translation.)



The AGREEMENT. (Austria)



Duly authorised representatives of the Government of the Republic of Austria, the Government of The

Majesty the King of the Belgian, Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

and Northern Ireland, the Government of Canada, the Government of the State of the Australian Government

New Zealand, the Government of the Union of South Africa, the Government of India, Government of the Republic

The French, the Greek Government of the Republic, the Government of his Majesty the King

The Italian Government of his Majesty the Emperor, the Japanese, the Government of the Republic

The Government of the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese, the Government of his Majesty the King

The Romanian, Czechoslovak Governments, the Government of his Majesty the

King of Yugoslavia



have agreed as follows:



Article. (I)



The financial obligations of Austria, resulting from all provisions of the ceasefire of 3.

November 1918, the Treaty of St. Germain and Saint-all treaties or conventions it

additional will be definitively settled salaries, supplies, and procedures

conducted by Austria up to the date on which the entry into force of this agreement

subject to the provisions of article. IV. below. As a result, the privilege of the first

the order, entered on all the assets and income of Austria article. 197 of the Treaty

Saint-Germain peace in order to adapt to reparations and other loads,

arising from the contract or from the above-mentioned treaties and conventions it additional

or the Convention of the ceasefire, it ceases to have coverage.



Article II



Relations between reparation Commission and Austria will be terminated on the date of this

Agreement enters into force. The accounts Commission with Austria will be repair

considered to be definitively closed the day on which this agreement enters

force.



Article. (III)



Subject to the provisions of article. IV. this agreement is mutually waived from all

requirements and protipožadavků raw to this day, resulting

the Treaty of Saint-Germain peace or truce, or resulting from

measures of war between Austria on the one hand and other powers

signatárními of this agreement, the other party or between the members of the

Austrian and determined powers or between the members of such

powers and Austria.



Article IV



Austria has already agreed with the edit of one party and every other signatární

powers of this agreement with the other party on the basis of the Treaty of Saint-Germain peace

or of the treaties and conventions additional to the 1919 Treaty of Saint-said

as well as claims arising from such conventions, is without prejudice to

This agreement and shall remain in force.



Article. In



Creditor powers signatories to this Agreement hereby undertake to the date when the

This enters into force, the right to stop vykonávati zadržeti and

likvidovati estates, rights and interest, which in the day, when the contract

Saint-Germain is in force, were members of the former

the Austrian Empire or companies controlled by them, if the above-mentioned

goods, rights and participation are no longer of interest to the liquidity or

destroyed, or if they were not loaded with definitive effect.



Čl.VI



The claims against Germany, which headed article. 213 of the Treaty

Saint-Germain peace, and all the claims of Germany against Austria, in which

heading article. contract Versaillesské, 261 were cancelled by agreement in the Hague from

January 1930, concluded with Germany. Austria's béře acknowledge and agree

along with the cancellation.



As well, each claim against Austria Hungary and Bulgaria, for which

heading article. the Treaty of Saint-Germain peace 213, and any amount receivable of Hungary and

Bulgaria against Austria, to which the heading how to article. 196 contract Truncation,

so article. 145 contracts concluded in Neuilly, are cancelled. All documents and

the documents relating to these claims, will be destroyed.



Article. (VII)



No provision of this Agreement shall not affect the adjustments agreed in case

guaranteeing Austrian loans from 1923 or Austrian bonds helper actions

nor the obligations arising from article. the Treaty of Saint-Germain peace 203.



The implementation of this article and the annex thereto to the extent if he felt

Reparation Commission, will be subject to editing by interested parties.



Article. (VIII)



Any dispute between the Contracting Parties relating to the interpretation and implementation of the

This agreement will be submitted for final decision by the Court, on the

which the tourism Agreement in the Hague in January 1930 with Germany in accordance with the

management, which is provided for in it. However, on the occasion of such disputes

Member appointed by Germany will be replaced by a member of the appointed Austria.



The provisions of the final.



This agreement, of which the French and English texts are authentic, will

ratified.



The instruments of ratification will be deposited as soon as possible in Paris.



Powers, of which the Government is housed outside of Europe, will be able to have many draped Windows with

that through their diplomatic representatives in Paris, inform the

the French Government about its ratification; in this case, add

instrument of ratification as soon as possible.



The first record of the deposit of ratification of the Agreement will be drawn up as soon as

It will be ratified by Austria with one side and the other side of four of

the Governments of the following: Belgium, United Kingdom, France, Italy and Japan

and three of the Governments listed below: Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania,

Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia.



This agreement shall enter into force between the Contracting Parties, that it

This will be the first ratifikovati, the date of registration.



Subject to the provisions of the preceding, the agreement enters into force for the

every day the Government signatární the notification or the deposit of its

ratification of the Charter.



The French Government will issue all signatárním certified copy of the corresponding Governments

imposing a ratification of protocols.



Done at the Hague, in a single copy, on 20 April. January 1930.



SCHOBER.



JUCH.



HENRI JASPAR.



PAUL HYMANS.



E. FRANCQUI.



PHILIP SNOWDEN.



PETER LARKIN.



GRANVILLE RYRIE.



E. TOMS.



PHILIP SNOWDEN.



PHILIP SNOWDEN.



HENRI CHÉRON.



LOUCHEUR.



N. POLITIS.



J. G. POLITIS.



A. MOSCONI.



AND PIRELLI.



SUVICH.



ADATCI.



K. HIROTA.



J. MROZOWSKI.



R. ULRICH.



TOMAZ FERNANDES.



G. G. MIRONESCO.



AL. ZEUCEANO.



Dr. EDVARD BENEŠ.



ŠTEFAN OSUSKÝ.



Dr. V. MARINKOVITCH.



CONST. FOTITCH.



Prozkoumavše endorsement of the agreement, and we confirm it.



The conscience we have signed this sheet and the seal of the Republic

The Czechoslovak přitisknouti dali.



Prague Castle on 30 November. April devítistého thirty-one thousand years.



The President of the Republic:



T. g. MASARYK in r.



Minister of Foreign Affairs:



Dr. EDVARD BENEŠ in r.



Announces that the National Assembly voted in favor of the agreement, consent, and

that the Senate resolution of 27 June 2002. in May 1930, and the Chamber of Deputies

by order of 3 October 2000. June 1930. The agreement has taken to Czechoslovakia

the international force on ratification of the agreement on the composition of the first registered

of documents 28. June 1930.



Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.