On The Convention On The Privileges And Immunities Of International Professional Organizations

Original Language Title: o Úmluvě o výsadách a imunitách mezinárodních odborných organizací

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21/1968 Coll.



DECREE



Minister of Foreign Affairs



of 30 March 2004. January 1968



on the Convention on the privileges and immunities of international professional organizations



Change: 37/1999 Coll.



Change: 37/1999 Coll. (part)



On 21 February 2006. November 1947 was in New York by the General Assembly of the Organization

the United Nations approved the Convention on the privileges and immunities of international

professional organizations.



The instrument of accession was deposited with the Secretary-General of the organisation

the United Nations, depositary of the Convention, on July 29. December 1966.



Pursuant to article XI, section 41 has acquired access to the Czechoslovak

Socialist Republic of Vietnam on depositing the instrument of accession. In

accordance with the provisions of article XI, section 43 of the Convention, Czechoslovakia

Socialist Republic undertook to implement its provisions in respect of



and the International Labour Organization),



(b)), the United Nations Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization,



(c)), the International Civil Aviation Organization,



(d)), the International Health Organization



(e)) of the Universal Postal Union,



(f)) of the International Telecommunication Union,



(g)) of the World Meteorological Organization,



(h) Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization),



I) to the United Nations food and Agriculture Organization (FAO),



(j)) of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO),



k) the United Nations Industrial Development (UNIDO),



l) International Monetary Fund (IMF),



m) the International Bank for reconstruction and development (IBRD),



n) International Finance Corporation (IFC), and



about) to the International Development Association (IDA).



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



David v.r.



CONVENTION



the privileges and immunities of the specialized agencies, approved by the General

the General Assembly of the United Nations on 21 February 2006. November 1947



Since the United Nations General Assembly adopted on 13 November.

February 1946 a resolution with a view to possible reunification of the privileges and

immunities, which benefits from the United Nations and the various professional

Organization, and



Since consultations were held concerning the implementation of the resolution

between the United Nations and the specialized agencies,



General Assembly resolution 179 (II) adopted on 21 February 2006. November 1947 this

The Convention, which is submitted to the expert organizations to adopt and to all

the Member States of the United Nations and to all other States,

that are members of one or more specialized agencies, to access it.



Article. (I)



Definition and scope



Section 1



In this Convention:



1. the words "standard provisions" relate to the provisions of articles II to IX.



2. the words "specialized agencies" means:



and the International Labour Organization),



(b)), the United Nations food and Agriculture Organization,



(c)), the United Nations Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization,



(d)), the International Civil Aviation Organization,



(e)), the International Monetary Fund,



(f)), the International Bank for reconstruction and development,



g) the World Health Organization,



h) Universal Postal Union,



(I)) and the International Telecommunications Union



(j)) any of the other organisation associated with the Organization of the United

Nations under the provisions of articles 57 and 63 of the Charter.



3. the word "Convention" means in relation to any professional organization

standard provisions, as modified by the final (or revised)

the text of the annex transmitted this organization according to the provisions of sections 36 and

38.



4. For the purposes of article III, the words "property and assets" shall also include

assets and funds managed by professional organisations in the performance of its

statutory functions.



5. for the purposes of articles V and VII, the expression "representatives of members" should be interpreted as

that includes all the shortcuts, alternates shall be, advisors, technical experts and

Secretaries of delegations.



6. In sections 13, 14, 15 and 25, the expression "meetings convened expert

organisation "means meetings:



1. its Assembly and of the Executive Body (however designated) and



2. any Commission set up under its Constitution,



3. any international conference convened by it,



4. any Committee of any of these bodies.



7. The expression "head of Secretariat" means the Chief Executive Officer

appropriate professional organizations is designated as "the Director General"

or otherwise.



Section 2



Each party to this Convention in respect of any professional

the Organization to which the Convention applies under section 37, it shall provide the

organization or in relation to it the privileges and immunities laid down in the

standard provisions on the basis of the conditions specified in them with

subject to the modifications contained in the provisions of the final (or revised)

the annex relating to the organisation and passed in accordance with section 36 or 38.



Article II



Legal personality



Section 3



Specialist organisations are legal persons. Have the competence



and) negotiate contracts,



b) acquire and dispose of immovable and movable property,



(c)) appear before the courts.



Article. (III)



Property, funds and assets



Section 4



Specialized agencies, their property and assets wherever located and by anyone

held shall enjoy immunity from the jurisdiction of any kind of exclusion, if

her in a particular case, expressly did not forfeit its. It is understood, however, that no

waiver of immunity shall not apply to measures of execution.



Section 5



Room of the specialized agencies shall be inviolable. The property and assets

specialized agencies, wherever located and by anyone held by enjoy

immunity from inspection, rekvizici, confiscation, expropriation and any

Another intervention by the Executive, administrative, judicial or

the Council of representatives.



Section 6



The archives of the specialized agencies and all of the Charter, which they enjoy,

or are in their possession, shall be inviolable, wherever they are

located.



Section 7



Nepodléhajíce financial control, or moratoriím of any

kind,



and specialist organisations) may hold funds, gold or any currency and

have accounts in any currency;



(b) specialized agencies may freely) transfer its funds, gold or currency from

one country to another or within any country and to redeem any of the

the currency, already holds, for any of the other currency.



Section 8



In exercising its rights under section 7 above, each professional

organizations take due account of any comments made by any Government

the contracting parties if it finds that they can meet without detriment to their interests.



Section 9



Specialized agencies, their assets, income and other property shall



and) exempt from all direct taxes; It is understood, however, that vocational

the Organization will not claim exemption from taxes which are, in

fact, only service fee generally useful;



b) exempt from customs duties and import or export prohibitions and

restrictions in respect of articles imported or exported by specialist

organisations for their official use. It is understood, however, that items with

such an exemption will not be sold, imported in the State, where they were introduced,

but under the conditions agreed with the Government of that State;



c) exempt from customs duties and import and export prohibitions and

restrictions in respect of their publications.



Section 10



Although professional organizations usually will not claim exemption from

consumer benefits and from the taxes from the sale of immovable and movable property

forming part of the price to be paid, the Contracting Parties shall take

Nevertheless, whenever possible, the appropriate administrative measures in order to

remission or refund of benefits or taxes, when professional organizations will

to make important purchases for official use to which such benefits and taxes

or to be imposed.



Article IV



Accessibility links



Section 11



Each organization will be on the territory of any State which is a party

This Convention, in respect of this organization, for conveying the official

messages loading no less favourable than the treatment provided by the Government

in this State, any other Government čítajíc in its diplomatic mission,

as regards the preferential rights, rates and fees for postal items,

kabelogramy, telegrams, radiographs, fototelegramy, dial-up and other

conveying the messages, as well as in terms of journalistic reports for rates

print and radio.



Section 12



Official correspondence and other official join professional organizations

are not subject to censorship.



Professional organizations have the right to use codes and to send and receive

correspondence by couriers or sealed luggage,

enjoying the same immunities and privileges as diplomatic couriers and

diplomatic baggage.



Nothing in this section shall be construed in a way that would exclude the adoption of

appropriate security measures, established by agreement between the Contracting

party to this Convention, and professional organizations.



Article. In



Representatives of the Member States



Section 13



Representatives of Member States shall enjoy in the meetings convened by the professional

organizations in carrying out its functions, and on the way to the place of the meeting and of this

place the following privileges and immunities:



a) immunity against arrest or detention and against the seizure of personal baggage

and the immunity immunity from the jurisdiction of any kind for statements, orally or in

in writing, for all meetings, shall take as a representative;



(b)) the inviolability of all papers and documents;



(c)) the right to use codes and to receive documents and correspondence by courier or in

sealed bags;



(d)) for themselves and their spouses from immigration restrictions, exclusions from reporting

foreigners and of the obligations resulting from the public service in the State in which the


arriving or passing through in the performance of their Office;



(e)) as regards restrictions, foreign exchange or currency of the same benefits that are

provide representatives of foreign Governments with a temporary official mission;



(f)) in respect of the personal baggage of the same immunities and facilities that are

provide diplomatic agents of comparable rank.



Section 14



To the representatives of the Member States in the professional organizations in the meetings of

convened by them full freedom of speech and full independence in the

performance of their duties, the immunity immunity from jurisdiction for oral statements

or in writing, for all meetings, shall take in the performance of their

responsibilities, will continue to provide, regardless of the fact that these

people will no longer perform these functions.



Section 15



Where the tax liability of any species depends on stay, for

duration of the stay shall not be considered the period during which the representatives of the Member States

in professional organizations and meetings convened by the professional

organisations present on the territory of a Contracting Party for the performance of their

duties.



Section 16



Privileges and immunities of the representatives of the Member States shall not

their personal benefit, but to the exercise of an independent security

their tasks associated with professional organizations. Therefore, the Contracting

the party not only the right, but the duty to waive the immunity of its representative in the

any case where in the opinion of the Contracting Parties immunity in the way

administration of Justice and where it can be waived without prejudice to the purpose for

that immunity provides.



Section 17



The provisions of section 13, 14 and 15 cannot be used in the relationship between the agent and the

authorities of the State of which he is a national or of which he is or has been a representative.



Čl.VI



The officials of the



Section 18



Each organization determine the categories of officials to which are subject

the provisions of this article and of article VIII. Submit a list of all

the Contracting Parties to this Convention in the case of each of the specialized agencies and

the Secretary-General of the United Nations. The names of the officials

included in these categories shall notify from time to time the above-mentioned Governments.



Section 19



Officials of the specialized agencies:



a) enjoy immunity from the jurisdiction of exclusion for oral or written statements and

for all meetings in the performance of their official functions;



(b)) are exempt from taxation on the salaries and emoluments paid to them by specialized

organisations under the same conditions as for the officials of the United

Nations;



(c)) shall enjoy, together with their spouses and relatives dependent on them,

immunity from immigration restrictions and aliens to report;



(d)) shall be accorded the same privileges in respect of exchange benefits officials

of comparable rank of diplomatic missions;



e) shall enjoy, together with their spouses and relatives dependent on them, in

time of international crisis management the same repatriation benefits as officials

of comparable rank of diplomatic missions;



(f) the right to import free of duty) have their furniture and effects at the time of the first

the onset of the Office in the relevant country.



Section 20



Officials of the specialised agencies shall enjoy immunity from the obligations

arising from the public service, and in relation to the States of which they are

citizens, this immunity applies only to those officials of the specialized agencies,

whose names had been in connection with their mission entered to the list of

compiled by the Secretariat and specialized agencies approved

the competent State.



If the other officials of the specialized agencies should be called upon to

the performance of the civil service, the State concerned shall, at the request of the competent

professional organization of such a temporary postponement of the professions referred to officials,

what you need to do, to avoid interrupting important work.



Section 21



In addition to the privileges and immunities referred to in sections 19 and 20 of the head of the Secretariat

each professional organisation and also an official acting on his behalf at the time of

his absence shall enjoy, together with their spouses and minor children

such privileges and immunities, exemptions and benefits that are offered to

diplomatic personnel under international law.



Section 22 of the



Privileges and immunities are granted to officials in the interests of professional only

organisation and not for their personal benefit. Each expert

the Organization has a right and duty to waive the immunity of any official in the

any case where in its opinion in the way the performance

Justice and when it is possible to make her renounce without injury to the interests of the professional

the organization.



Section 23



Each organization will always cooperate with the competent authorities

the Contracting Parties, in order to facilitate the sound administration of Justice, secure the

the observance of police regulations and prevent any abuse of the privileges,

immunities and facilities referred to in this article.



Article. (VII)



Misuse of privileges



Section 24



If any contracting party to this Convention considers that there has been

misuse of privileges or immunities referred to in this Convention, will be held

consultation between the State and the relevant professional organizations in order to

determine whether it occurred, and in the positive case, in order to ensure that the

does not recur. If the consultations do not lead to a satisfactory outcome for the

This State and for this professional organization, the question of whether there has been

abuse of a privilege or immunity, submitted to the International Court of Justice

According to the provisions of section 32. If the International Court of Justice, comes to the

the conclusion that the abuse took place, will be a Contracting Party to this Convention,

that was this misuse is damaged, withdraw the right to appropriate professional

the Organization after its awareness of the benefits of a privilege or immunity

that was misused.



Section 25



1. Representatives of Member States to meetings convened by professional

organisations, when exercising their functions and during their journeys to and from space

the place of Assembly, and officials of the categories provided for in section 18, shall not

be asked by local authorities to leave the State in which the exercise of their

function in relation to any official activities. However, in the case of

misuse of privileges connected with the stay, which is such a person committed in the

a State outside the scope of their official functions, can the Government of that State

request that this State is left under the following conditions:



2.



I. representatives of Member States or persons under section 21

entitled to diplomatic immunity, they will not be asked to leave the State

otherwise than under the procedure applicable to diplomatic

representatives, accredited in this State.



II. in the case when it comes to an official to whom section 21 is not applicable,

will not be issued to leave the State, but with the consent of

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State, which can be ratified only after

consultation with the head of the Secretariat of the appropriate professional organisation; and

If the action is being taken against an official of an expulsion, the head of the

the Secretariat of the professional organisation has the right to take part in such proceedings

on behalf of the person against whom it was introduced.



Article. (VIII)



Laissez-passer



Section 26



Officials of the specialised agencies may use the laissez-passer of the Organization

the United Nations in accordance with the administrative arrangements

between the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the competent

authorities of the specialized agencies, which may be especially empowered to

the issue of laissez-passer. The Secretary-General of the United Nations

will inform all parties of any such arrangement.



Section 27



The parties to this Convention recognize and adopt a laissez-passer

The United Nations issued to officials of the specialized agencies as

valid travel documents.



Section 28



Applications for visas, where required, from officials of specialized agencies,

who have a laissez-passer of the United Nations, will be dealt with

as quickly as possible, if they are accompanied by an acknowledgement of the fact that they travel in

respect of matters professional organization. In addition, these

persons facilitated rapid travel.



Section 29



Benefits similar to those referred to in section 28, shall provide the experts

and other persons who, though not a laissez-passer of the United

Nations, to confirm that the travel in respect of matters

professional organization.



Section 30



The head of the Secretariat, their assistants, the head of the Department and other

the officials, who do not have a lower rank than the head of the Department of professional

organizations, and who are traveling on laissez-passer of the United

Nations in respect of matters of professional organisations, shall enjoy

the same travel benefits such as officials of the diplomatic missions of comparable

the rank.



Article. (IX)



Settlement of disputes



Section 31



Each organization shall take measures for appropriate method of settlement of:



and) disputes arising out of contracts or other disputes of private character, in

which is the professional organization of the party;



b) disputes in which it is involved in any official professional organization,

for its official position enjoys immunity, if not to

waiver of immunity in accordance with the provisions of section 22.



Section 32



All differences arising out of the interpretation or application of this Convention shall be

submitted to the International Court of Justice, unless in any case

the parties agree that used other means of settlement. If a

the discrepancy between one of the professional organisations on the one hand, and any


a party on the other hand, will be in accordance with article 96 of the Charter, article 65

Statute of the International Court of Justice and in accordance with the relevant

the provisions of the agreements concluded between the United Nations and

relevant professional organisations submitted a request for an advisory opinion on any

the legal question in the dispute included. The Parties shall adopt the opinion of the international

the Court of Justice as crucial.



Article. X



The annex and the implementation of the various specialized agencies



Section 33



For each professional organization pays the standard provisions, subject to the

the amendments, contained in the final (revised) text of the annex, concerning the

This organization, in accordance with the provisions of section 36 and 38.



Section 34



The provisions of this Convention in relation to any professional organization

be interpreted in the light of the functions conferred on the organization by its

the Statute.



Section 35



Draft annexes 1 to 9 shall recommend referred to vocational organizations. In

If any professional organization, which is not explicitly mentioned in the

section 1, the Secretary-General of the United Nations shall send this

the Organization of the draft annex recommended by the economic and Social Council.



Section 36



The final text of each Annex to be adopted by the relevant professional organizations

According to the statutory procedures. A copy of the annex adopted each expert

organizations will be forwarded to the Secretary-General of the United

Nations and replacing the proposal referred to in section 35.



Section 37



This Convention will take for each professional organization effectiveness, as soon as

shall transmit to the Secretary-General of the United Nations the final text

the relevant annex and inform him that it accepts standard

the provisions, as modified in the relevant annex, and undertakes to carry out the

sections 8, 18, 22, 23, 24, 31, 32, 42 and 45 (subject to any adjustments

section 32, which may be regarded as necessary in order to reconcile the final

the text of the annex to the Statute of the organisation), and all

the provisions of the annex, this professional organization imposing the duties.

The Secretary General shall send to all Member States of the United

Nations and the other Member States of the specialized agencies certified copies of all

the annexes, which were passed to him under the provisions of this section and

the revised annexes transmitted under section 38.



Section 38



If any organization after the transfer of the final text of the annex to

According to the provisions of section 36 shall approve any add-in by its

the statutory procedures, the expert shall transmit to the organisation a revised text

the Secretary-General of the United Nations.



Section 39



The provisions of this Convention shall not restrict in any way and do not prejudice the

privileges and imunitám, which have been or may be provided by any

the State of some of the specialized agencies for doing that on the territory of that State is

its registered office or seat of their regional offices. This Convention will not be

interpreted in a way that would prevent any Contracting Party and any

professional organization to conclude additional agreements governing the provisions of this

Convention, or expanding or restricting the privileges and immunities provided by the

of this Convention.



Section 40



It is understood that standard provisions as amended by the final text of the annex

sent to the appropriate professional organization to the Secretary-General

The United Nations in accordance with the provisions of section 36 (or revised

Annex sent under section 38), will be in accordance with the

the provisions of the Statute, which will be for the relevant professional organization in the

valid, and if it would be necessary to supplement this Statute so as to

He was aligned, that this supplement will enter into force in accordance with the statutory

procedures of this professional organization, before the final (or

the revised) Annex passed.



This Convention does not act to interfere with or change the provisions of the Statute

some professional organizations, or the rights or obligations, which could

have, obtain, or take over.



Article. XI



Final provisions



Section 41



Access any Member State of the United Nations and (with

taking into account the provisions of section 42) of any Member State

some professional organizations to this Convention shall be effected by deposit of an instrument

of instrument with the Secretary-General of the United Nations and shall take

effect on the date of its deposit.



Section 42



Every relevant support organization delivers the text of this Convention, together with the

the relevant annexes to those of their Member States that are not members of

The United Nations, and invite them to parties, if

as for this organization, saving the instrument of accession to this Convention, either in

the Secretary-General of the United Nations or at the head of the

the Secretariat of the appropriate professional organizations.



Section 43



Each party to this Convention shall indicate in its instrument of access here

professional organization or the Organization to which undertakes to carry out the

the provisions of this Convention. Each party to this Convention may

additional written communication to the Secretary-General

the United Nations undertake to carry out the provisions of this Convention to other

or other professional organizations. This communication shall take effect on the date on

When it is received by the Secretary-General.



Section 44



This Convention shall enter into force for each Contracting Party to this Convention in

relation to some professional organization, once for this organization

become applicable in accordance with the provisions of section 37 and as soon as the Contracting

the party undertakes to apply the provisions of the Convention in respect of this organization by

the provisions of section 43.



Section 45



The Secretary-General of the United Nations shall inform all

Member States of the specialized agencies of the deposit of each instrument of accession,

which he received under the provisions of section 41, and other communications

received in accordance with the provisions of section 43. The head of the Secretariat of any

professional organizations to inform the Secretary-General of the Organization of the

the United Nations and Member States to relevant organisations about saving every

the instrument of accession that was imposed pursuant to the provisions of section

42.



Section 46



As soon as a State has deposited the instrument of accession or a subsequent communication,

may be made according to its regulations, provisions of this Convention,

the adjusted final text the relevant annexes relating to occupational

the organizations included in such access or communication.



Section 47



1. subject to paragraphs 2 and 3 of this section, each party to this

The Convention undertakes to apply this Convention in respect of any professional

the Organization, which shall indicate in its instrument of accession or at a later

communications, up to that time, than the revised Convention or annex shall take

effectiveness for this organization and the State must take this revised

Convention or an attachment. In the case of the revised annex, the adoption by the

communication from the Secretary-General of the State of the United

Nations, which will be effective from the date on which the Secretary-General receives.



2. However, any contracting party to this Convention which is not or has ceased to be

Member State of some of the specialized agencies, may send a written notification

the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the head of

the Secretariat of the organization that intends to withdraw this

the Organization of the benefits of this Convention from a specific date, but not before

three months from the receipt of this communication.



3. each Contracting Party to this Convention may withdraw the benefit of this Convention

any professional organization that ceases to be associated with the

Organization of the United Nations.



4. the Secretary-General of the United Nations shall inform the

all parties to this Convention of any communication received in accordance with

the provisions of this section.



Section 48



At the request of one-third of the Contracting Parties to this Convention shall be convened by the General

the Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference for the purpose of its revisions.



Section 49



The Secretary-General of the United Nations shall transmit copies of this Convention

every professional organization and to the Government of each Member State of the Organization

of the United Nations.



Annex I



The International Labour Organisation



In relation to the International Labour Organisation the standard clauses

subject to the following provisions:



1.



An article in the [outside of the provisions of paragraph (c) of section 13)] and section 25, paragraphs 1

and (2) (a) of article VII shall apply to the staff and the staff of the Board

The International Labour Organization and to their alternates, if administrative

the Council has waived the immunity of some such person under the provisions of section 16.



2.



The privileges, immunities, exemptions and benefits referred to in section 21 of the standard

the provisions will also enjoy each Deputy Director-General

International Labour Office, and any Assistant General Director

The International Labour Office.



3.



(i) Experts (excluding officers, subject to the provisions of article VI),

who work in the Organization's committees or perform in her interest

business mission, enjoy the following privileges and immunities, if it is necessary

for the effective performance of their functions, even when they are on the way in

in connection with the activities of these committees or in connection with this

the Mission of:



and immunity from arrest) and the seizure of personal baggage;



(b) immunity from jurisdiction) immunity of any kind for statements, orally or in


written and for negotiations which will make in the performance of their official duties;

This immunity will continue to provide no matter that these

people will no longer work in the committees of the organization or no longer in the

the interest of the Organization to carry out a business mission;



(c)) the same benefits in terms of foreign exchange and monetary restrictions and as regards the

personal baggage, which enjoyed by officials of foreign Governments, with a temporary

the official mission;



d) inviolability of their papers and documents relating to the activities for

The Organization, which are entrusted with.



(ii) in connection with the above paragraph (d)) of article 3 (i) will be

pay the principle, contained in the last sentence of section 12 standard

provisions.



(iii) privileges and immunities of the organizations provide not for experts

their personal gain, but in the interest of the organization. The Organization has the right and the

the duty to waive the immunity of any expert in any case where

in its opinion, the immunity would be in the way of Justice and when it is

It can be waived without prejudice to the interests of the organization.



1. the proposals for the annexes recommended by the General Assembly or the economic and

Social Council, dealt with in section 35, shall be subject to the approval of the

relevant professional organisations according to their statutory procedures.



According to the provisions of section 36 of the Convention, each of the attachments in the form of how to

will be approved by the relevant professional organizations and sent to the

the Secretary-General of the United Nations, replaces the recommended design and

it becomes the final text of the annex in relation to this professional organization.

Therefore, the annex, which are listed here, there are proposals for the annexes, but their

the final text, which was approved by the professional organizations and sent to the

to the Secretary-General. Since the original of the final text of the annexes is

be drawn up in English and in French, of the annex only in

These two languages.



The following is a list of professional organisations, which according to the provisions of section 37

sent to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the final

the text of the annexes thereto, and to inform him about the fact that they accept standard

the provisions, as amended, those annexes and undertake to carry out the

the provisions of sections 8, 18, 22, 23, 24, 31, 32, 42 and 45 and any

the provisions of the annexes to the imposing obligations of professional organizations:



Professional organizations: the date of receipt of the final

the text of the annexes:



The World Health Organization on August 2, 1948



The International Organization for civil August 11, 1948

Aviation



The International Labour Organisation on September 14, 1948



The United Nations on 13 December 1948

the food and agriculture



United Nations, February 7, 1949

Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization



The International Organization for refugees on April 4, 1949



International Bank for reconstruction and development, 29 April 1949



The International Monetary Fund on 9 May 1949



The World Postal Union 11 July 1949



Annex A, Part II



The United Nations food and Agriculture Organization



In relation to the United Nations for food and Agriculture (hereinafter

"the Organization"), the standard provisions subject to the following

the provisions of:



1.



The provisions of article V and section 25, section 1 and 2 (1) of article VII of the

also applies to the President of the Council, if the Council Organization of the organization according to the

the provisions of section 16 of this President has waived some immunity.



2.



(i) Experts (excluding officers, subject to the provisions of article VI),

who work in the Organization's committees or perform in her interest

business mission, enjoy the following privileges and immunities, if it is necessary

for the effective performance of their functions, even when they are on the way in

in connection with the activities of these committees or in connection with this

the mission;



and immunity from arrest) and the seizure of personal baggage;



(b) immunity from jurisdiction) immunity of any kind for statements, orally or in

written and for negotiations which will make in the performance of their official

duties; this immunity will continue to provide no matter,

These individuals will no longer work in committees or Organizations will not be

already in the interest of the Organization to carry out a business mission;



(c)) the same benefits in terms of foreign exchange and monetary restrictions and as regards the

personal baggage, which enjoyed by officials of foreign Governments with a temporary

the official mission;



d) inviolability of their papers and documents relating to the activities for

The Organization, which are entrusted;



(ii) in connection with the above paragraph (d)) of article 2 (i) shall be

pay the principle, contained in the last sentence of section 12 standard

provisions.



(iii) privileges and immunities of experts provide not for their personal

benefit, but in the interest of the organization. The Organization has a right and duty to

waive the immunity of any expert in any case where, in its

opinion, the immunity in the way the administration of Justice and where it can be

waive without prejudice to the interests of the organization.



3.



The privileges, immunities, exemptions and benefits contained in section 21 of the standard

the provisions are also provided to any representatives of the General

the Director of the organization.



URPříl.III



The International Civil Aviation Organization



In relation to the International Civil Aviation Organization (hereinafter referred to as

"The Organization"), the standard provisions, subject to the following provisions:



1.



The privileges, immunities, exemptions and benefits contained in section 21 of the standard

provisions shall provide the Council and the President of the organization.



2.



(i) Experts (excluding officers, subject to the provisions of article VI),

who work in the Organization's committees or perform in her interest

business mission, enjoy the following privileges and immunities, if it is necessary

for the effective performance of their functions, even when they are on the way in

in connection with the activities of these committees or in connection with this

the Mission of:



and immunity from arrest) and the seizure of personal baggage;



(b) immunity from jurisdiction) immunity of any kind for statements, orally or in

written and for negotiations which will make in the performance of their official duties;

This immunity will continue to provide no matter that these

people will no longer work in the committees of the organization or no longer in the

the interest of the Organization to carry out a business mission;



(c)) the same benefits in terms of foreign exchange and monetary restrictions and as regards the

personal baggage, which enjoyed by officials of foreign Governments with a temporary

the official mission;



(d)) the inviolability of papers and documents, their own concerning the activities

for the Organization, which are entrusted;



(ii) in connection with the above paragraph (d)) of article 2 will pay

the principle, contained in the last sentence of section 12 of the standard provision.



(iii) privileges and immunities of experts provide not for their personal

benefit, but in the interest of the organization. The Organization has a right and duty to

waive the immunity of any expert in any case where, in its

opinion, the immunity in the way the administration of Justice and where it can be

waive without prejudice to the interests of the organization.



Annex IV



The United Nations Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization



In relation to the Organization of the United Nations Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization

(hereinafter referred to as "the Organization"), the standard provisions subject to the following

the provisions of:



1.



The provisions of article V and section 25, sections 1 and 2 (I) of article VII of the

also apply to the President of the Conference and the members of the Executive Council of the organisation,

on their officers and consultants, if the Executive Board under the provisions of

section 16 of the Convention, some of these immunities has waived.



2.



Deputy Director-General of the Organization, his wife and minor

children also enjoy those privileges and immunities, exemptions and benefits, which, according to the

international law provide diplomatic staff and how they are

secured for the head of the secretariats of each of the specialized agencies in the

the provisions of article VI, section 21 of the Convention.



3.



(i) Experts (excluding officers, subject to the provisions of article VI),

who work in the Organization's committees or perform in her interest

business mission, enjoy the following privileges and immunities, if it is necessary

for the effective performance of their functions, even when they are on the way in

in connection with the activities of these committees or in connection with this

the Mission of:



and immunity from arrest) and the seizure of personal baggage;



(b) immunity from jurisdiction) immunity of any kind for statements, orally or in

written and for negotiations which will make in the performance of their official duties;

This immunity will continue to provide no matter that these

people will no longer work in the committees of the organization or no longer in the

the interest of the Organization to carry out a business mission;



(c)) the same benefits in terms of foreign exchange and monetary restrictions and as regards the

personal baggage, which enjoyed by officials of foreign Governments with a temporary

the official mission;



(ii) the privileges and immunities of experts provide not for their personal

benefit, but in the interest of the organization. The Organization has a right and duty to

waive the immunity of any expert in any case where, in its

opinion, the immunity in the way the administration of Justice and where it can be

waive without prejudice to the interests of the organization.



Xiii.



The International Monetary Fund



In relation to the International Monetary Fund (hereinafter referred to as "the Fund") shall apply to the Convention

(including this annex) subject to the following provisions:



1.




Section 32 of the standard provision shall be applicable only to disputes

arising out of the interpretation or application of privileges and immunities by the Fund derives

only from this Convention and are not included among those which could

claim according to their founding treaty or in any other way.



2.



The provisions of this Convention (including this annex) or not does not change or

do not require changes or supplement the Constitution of the Fund nor does not endanger

or restrict any rights, immunities, privileges or exemptions granted

Fund or any of its members, Governors, Executive Directors,

representatives, officials and employees of the founding Charter of the Fund, or

any statute, law, or measure of any member of the Fund,

or any of the political authority of such a member, or in any other way.



Příl.VI



International Bank for reconstruction and development



In relation to the International Bank for reconstruction and development (hereinafter referred to as "the Bank")

The Convention (including this annex) shall apply subject to the following provisions:



1.



Section 4 is replaced by the following:



"The proceedings against the Bank can only be initiated before a court, which

It is the responsibility of the jurisdiction on the territory of a member of the Bank in which the Bank

an Office, has appointed your agent for the purpose of receiving warrants or

procedural notice, or released or guaranteed the securities. No

However, the procedure will be initiated by members or persons acting as members of the

or deriving claims from them. The property and assets wherever located and

anyone held are immune from all forms of seizure, attachment or

before the execution of a final judgment against the Bank.



2.



Section 32 of the standard provision shall be applicable only to disputes

arising out of the interpretation or application of privileges and immunities which the Bank derives

only from this Convention and are not included among those which could

claim according to their founding treaty or in any other way.



3.



The provisions of this Convention (including this annex) or not does not change or

do not require changes or supplement the Constitution of the Bank, nor does not endanger

or restrict any rights, immunities, privileges or exemptions granted

The Bank or any of its members, Governors, Executive Directors,

representatives, officials and employees of the founding Charter of the Bank, or

any statute, law, or measure of any member bank or

any of the political authority of such member or in any other way.



URPříl.VII



The World Health Organization



In relation to the World Health Organization (hereinafter referred to as "the Organization")

standard provisions apply subject to the following changes:



1.



Article V and section 25, paragraphs 1 and 2 (I) of article VII shall apply to persons

employed in the Executive Committee of the Organization, their representatives and counsel,

If the Committee has waived the immunity of some such person under the provisions of the

section 16.



2.



(i) Experts (excluding officers, subject to the provisions of article VI),

who work in the Organization's committees or perform in her interest

business mission, enjoy the following privileges and immunities, if it is necessary

for the effective performance of their functions, even when they are on the way in

in connection with the activities of these committees or in connection with this

the Mission of:



and immunity from arrest) and the seizure of personal baggage;



(b) immunity from jurisdiction) immunity of any kind for statements, orally or in

written and for negotiations which will make in the performance of their official duties;

This immunity will continue to provide no matter that these

people will no longer work in the committees of the organization or no longer in the

the interest of the Organization to carry out a business mission;



(c)) the same benefits in terms of foreign exchange and monetary restrictions and as regards the

personal baggage, which enjoyed by officials of foreign Governments with a temporary

the official mission;



d) inviolability of all papers and documents;



e) rights like ciphers and receive correspondence by courier or of the Charter and

in sealed bags for the connection with the World Health

organizations.



(ii) the privileges and immunities of experts provide not for their personal

benefit, but in the interest of the organization. The Organization has a right and duty to

waive the immunity of any expert in any case where, in its

opinion, the immunity in the way the administration of Justice and where it can be

waive without prejudice to the interests of the organization.



Annex VIII



The World Postal Union



The standard applies without modification.



Annex IX ^ 1)



The International Telecommunication Union



Annex X



The International Organization for refugees



The standard applies without modification.



1) the International Telecommunications Union has sent the final text yet

of the annex. A draft annex recommended by the General Assembly of this professional

the organization is worded as follows: "standard provisions apply without changes."