About Reservations To The Protocol On The Prohibition Of The Use In War Of Stifling Gases

Original Language Title: o výhradách k protokolu o zákazu použití ve válce dusivých plynů

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510/1990 Coll.


the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that the 24 July. October 1990

with the Government of the French Republic was in the Paris Charter of the CSFR on stored

the appeal of the Czechoslovak Republic reservations to the Protocol on the prohibition of the use

in the war of stifling, nagging or similar gases and bacteriological

resources, adopted in Geneva on 17. June 1925, promulgated No.

13/1938 collection.

Reservation of the "Czechoslovak Republic will cease to be the ipso facto bound by

This Protocol, to any State whose armed power or armed

the power of his allies by hastening the prohibitions contained in the Protocol "was

contained in the instrument of ratification instrument deposited with the Government of the Czechoslovak Republic

The French Republic in Paris on 16. August 1938.

The appeal of the reservation took effect on 24 February 2001. October 1990.