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Minister of Foreign Affairs
of 18 May. January 1922
on access of the Czechoslovak Republic to the International Convention, to be
improving the fate of the wounded and sick in armies in the field.
On the basis of the resolutions of the Ministerial Council of 23 December 2003. April 1919 she went
The Czechoslovak Republic notes from the Minister for Foreign Affairs on 15 December.
September 1919 and the Czechoslovak Embassy in Bern from 17 May. November
1919, by the Swiss Federal Council, to the International Convention, to be
improving the fate of the wounded and sick in armies in the field, closed on 6.
July 1906 in Geneva between Germany, Argentina, Austria-Hungary,
Belgium, Bulgaria, Chilí, China, Congo, Korea, Denmark, Spain,
United States Of America. States Brasilskými, Conn. States
Mexico, France, Great Britain and Ireland, Greece, Guatemala,
Honduras, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Norway,
The Netherlands, Peru, Persia, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia,
Siamem, Sweden, Switzerland and Uruguayem, announced in rak. Imperial
Code of 1911 under no. 191 and in the collection of laws of the Hungarian from 1911
Cust. article. XX.
Access is confirmed by the note, the Swiss Federal Council circular of 4 March.
in May 1921, and became the international scope of the day 1. December 1920.
Is announced, with the Convention shall be bound by the following States:
Czechoslovakia, Germany, United States Of America, Argentina, Austria,
Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba,-
Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, Great Britain and Ireland, Greece,
Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg,
Mexico, Montenegro, Nicaragua, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, The Netherlands,
Persia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, El Salvador, Serbia, Siam,
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.
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