The Convention On Illegal Action Against Maritime Safety Against The 2005 Protocol And The Protocol For The Suppression Of Unlawful Acts Against The Continental Shelf In The Safety Of The Fixed Platform Protocol In 2005.

Original Language Title: Par Konvencijas par prettiesisku darbību pret kuģošanas drošību apkarošanu 2005.gada Protokolu un Protokola par tādu nelikumīgu darbību novēršanu, kas vērstas pret kontinentālajā šelfā esošu stacionāru platformu drošību, 2005.gada Protokolu

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the Convention on illegal action against maritime safety against the 2005 Protocol and the Protocol for the Suppression of unlawful acts against the continental shelf in the safety of the fixed platform protocol 2005 article 1. 10 March 1988 Convention on illegal action against maritime safety on 14 October 2005, the Protocol (hereinafter referred to as the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention) and of 10 March 1988 Protocol for the Suppression of unlawful acts against the continental shelf in the fixed platform security, 14 October 2005, the Protocol (hereinafter referred to as the Protocol of 2005 to the Protocol) with this law is adopted and approved. 2. article. In accordance with the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention's article 8 bis, paragraph 15, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall notify the Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization that the authorities confirming the nationality of the vessel and gave the authority to take the appropriate measures, the security police and the General Prosecutor's Office of their competence. 3. article. In accordance with the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention's article 8 bis, paragraph 15, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall notify the Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organisation that the institution responsible for receiving requests for assistance and the response to them, is the Latvian national armed forces naval coast guard service. 4. article. The Convention and the Protocol of 2005 to the Protocol for 2005 provided for in the Protocol commitments coordinated by the Ministry of transportation. 5. article. 2005 the Convention Protocol shall enter into force for the period specified in article 18 and in order, in 2005, of the Protocol this Protocol shall enter into force on its article 9 on time and in order, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall notify the newspaper "journal". 6. article. The law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation. By law to be put to the Convention and the Protocol of 2005 to the Protocol, the Protocol of 2005 in English and their translation into Latvian language. The law adopted by the Parliament in 2009 of 8 October. President Valdis Zatlers in Riga V 2009 PROTOCOL OF 28 October 2005 TO the CONVENTION FOR the SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL acts against the SAFETY OF maritime NAVIGATION preamble the States parties to this Protocol, BEING parties to the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation done at Rome on 10 March 1988, ACKNOWLEDGING that the terrorist acts threaten international peace and security , MINDFUL of resolution a. 924 (22) of the Assembly of the International Maritime Organization requesting the revision of existing international legal and technical measure and the considerations of the new measure in order to prevent and suppress terrorism against ships and to improve security aboard and ashor, and thereby to reduce the risk to the passenger, crew and port personnel on board ships and in port areas and their cargo of the vessel and , Conscious of the Declaration on the "International Terrorism, annexed to Eliminat United Nations General Assembly resolution 49/60 of 9 December 1994, in which, inter alia, the States members of the United Nations solemnly reaffirm their unequivocal condemnation of all acts, methods and practices of terrorism as criminal and unjustifiabl, and by whomever wherever committed, including those which jeopardiz the friendly relations among States and peoples and threaten the territorial integrity and security of States NOTING United Nations General Assembly, in resolution 51/210 of 17 December 1996 and the Declaration to Supplement the 1994 Declaration on the "International Terrorism annexed to Eliminat theret, RECALLING resolutions 1368 (2001) and 1373 (2001) of the United Nations Security Council, which will combat it reflec international terrorism in all its forms and manifestation, and assigned tasks and responsibilities which it States , and taking into account the continued threat from terrorist attack, RECALLING also resolution 1540 (2004) of the United Nations Security Council, which recognize the urgent need for all States to take additional effective measure to prevent the proliferation of nuclear, chemical or biological weapon and their means of delivery, FURTHER RECALLING the Convention on Certain Other acts Offenc and Committed on Board aircraft , done at Tokyo on 14 September 1963; the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful chicken pox vaccine and of aircraft, done at the Hague on 16 December 1970; the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Civil Aviation, the done at Montreal on 23 September 1971; the Convention on the Prevention and punishment of crimes against Internationally Protected Persons, including Diplomatic agents, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 14 December 1973; the International Convention against the Taking of Hostag, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 17 December 1979; the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material, done at Vienna on 26 October 1979 and amendments is adopted on 8 July 2005 the theret; the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts of violence at airports Serving International Civil Aviation, supplementary to the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Civil Aviation, the done at Montreal on 24 February 1988; the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf, on the done at Rome on 10 March 1988; the Convention on the Marking of Plastic Explosives for the purpose of Detection, done at Montreal on 1 March 1991; the International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist a Fingerprint, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 15 December 1997; the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 9 December 1999, and the International Convention for the Suppression of acts of Nuclear Terrorism adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 13 April 2005, BEARING IN MIND the importanc of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the sea, done at Montego Bay on December 10, 1982, and of the customary international law of the sea, CONSIDERING resolution 59/46 of the United Nations General Assembly, which reaffirmed that international co-operation as well as actions by States to combat terrorism should be conducted in conformity with the principles of the Charter of the United Nations, international law and relevant international convention, and resolution 59/24 of the United Nations General Assembly , which urged States to become parties to the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation and its Protocol, invited States to participat in the review of those instruments by the Legal Committee of the International Maritime Organization to strengthen the means of combating such unlawful acts, including terrorist acts, and to also urged States to take appropriate measure to ensur the effective implementation of those instruments , in particular through the adoption of legislation, where appropriate, aimed at ensuring that there is a proper framework for responses to incidents of armed robbery and terrorist acts at sea to be, CONSIDERING also the importanc of the amendments to the International Convention for the Safety of life at sea, 1974 and the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPs) code adopted by both the 2002 Conference of Contracting Governments to the Convention in establishing an appropriate a international framework involving the technical co-operation between Governments, government agencies, national and local administration and the shipping and port industries to detect security threats and take the measure of the preventativ against the security incident regimes or port facilities ships used in international trade, CONSIDERING FURTHER resolution 58/187 of the United Nations General Assembly, which reaffirmed that States must ensur that any measure taken to combat terrorism with their obligation under compl to international law , in particular international human rights, refugee and humanitarian law, BELIEVING that it is not a provision of the adop cessary supplementary to those of the Convention, to suppress additional terrorist acts of violence be against the safety and security of international maritime navigation and to improve its effectiveness, have AGREED as follows: article 1 For the purpose of this Protocol: 1. "Convention" means the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation , done at Rome on 10 March 1988; 2. "Organization" means the International Maritime Organization (IMO); and 3. "Secretary-General" means the Secretary-General of the Organization. Article 2 article 1 of the Convention is amended to read as follows: article 1 1. For the purpose of this Convention, (a) "ship" means a vessel of any type whatsoever not permanently attached to the sea-bed, including dynamically supported craft, submersibl, or any other floating craft; (b) "transport" means the initiat, arrang or exercise effective control, including decision-making authority over the movement of a person or item. (c) "serious injury or damage" means (i) serious bodily injury; or (ii) extensive destruction of a place of public use, of State or Government facility, infrastructure facility, or public transportation system, resulting in major economic loss; or (iii) substantial damage to the environment, including air, soil, water, flora, fauna or flora. (d) "BCN weapon" means (i) a "biological weapon" which are: (1) microbial or other biological agents, or whatever their origin or method of toxin of production, of types and in a quantit that have no justification for prophylactic, protective or other peaceful purpose; or (2) a weapon, equipment or means of delivery designed to use such agents or toxin for the purpose or in an hostil armed conflict. (ii) "chemical weapon", which are, together or separately: (1) toxic chemicals and their precursors, except where intended for: (A) industrial, agricultural, research, medical, pharmaceutical or other peaceful purpose; or (B) protective purpose, namely those of purpose directly related to protection against toxic chemicals and to protection against chemical weapon; or (C) the military purpose not connected with the use of chemical weapon and not dependent on the use of the toxic properties of chemicals as a method of warfare; or (D) law enforcement including domestic riot control as long as the purpose, type and is consistent with quantit with such purpose; (2) a munition and devices, specifically designed to cause death or other harm through the toxic properties of those toxic chemicals specified in subparagraph (ii) (1), which would be released as a result of the employment of such munition and devices; (3) any equipment specifically designed for use directly in connection with the employment of munition and devices specified in subparagraph (ii) (2). (iii) nuclear weapon and other nuclear explosive devices. (e) "toxic chemical" means any chemical which through its chemical action on life processes can cause death, temporary incapacitation or permanent harm to humans or animals. This includes all such chemicals, the regardless_of of their origin or of their method of production, and regardless_of of whethers ut300r2u produced in facilities, in the munition or elsewher. (f) "precursor" means any chemical which trail to the reactan on at any stage in the production by whatever method of a toxic chemical. This includes any key component of a binary or multicomponen a chemical system. (g) "Organization" means the International Maritime Organization (IMO). (h) "Secretary-General" means the Secretary-General of the Organization. 2. For the purpose of this Convention, (a) the terms "place of public use", "State or Government facility", "infrastructure facility", and "public transportation system" have the same meaning as given to those terms in the International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist a Fingerprint, done at New York on 15 December 1997, and (b) the terms "source material" and "special fissionabl material" have the same meaning as given to those terms in the Statute of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) , done at New York on 26 October 1956 article 3 the following text is added as Article 2b of of the Convention: Article 2b 1. Nothing in this Convention shall be affec others rights, obligations and responsibilities of States under international law, individual and in particular the purpose and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and international human rights, refugee and humanitarian law. 2. This Convention does not apply to the activities of armed forces during an armed conflict, as those terms are understood under international humanitarian law, which are governed by that law, and the activities undertaken by military forces of a State in the exercise of their official duties, inasmuch as they are governed by other rules of international law. 3. Nothing in this Convention shall be affec the rights, obligations and responsibilities under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapon, done at Washington, London and Moscow on 1 July 1968, the Convention on the Prohibition of the development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapon and on their Destruction, done at Washington, London and Moscow on 10 April 1972 or the Convention on the Prohibition of the development, , Production, Stockpiling and use of Chemical Weapon and on their Destruction, done at Paris on 13 January 1993, of States parties to such treats. Article 4 1. The chapeau of article 3, paragraph 1 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: Any person commit an offenc» within the meaning of this Convention if that person unlawfully and intentionally: 2 article 3, paragraph 1 (f) of the Convention is replaced by the following text: (f) communicate the information which that person knows to be false, endangering the safe navigation hereby of a ship. 3 article 3, paragraph 1 (g) of the Convention is deleted. 4 Article 3, paragraph 2 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: 2. Any person also commit an offenc if that person will threaten, with or without a condition, as is provided for under national law, aimed at compelling a physical or juridical person to do or refrain from doing any act, to commit any of the offenc set forth in paragraph 1 of subparagraph (b), (c) and (e), if that threat is likely to endanger the safe navigation of the ship in question. 5. The following text is added as Article 3b the of the Convention: Article 3b 1. Any person commit an offenc with in the meaning of this Convention if that person unlawfully and intentionally: (a) when the purpose of the Act, by its nature or context, is to intimidat a population, or to compel a Government or an international organization to do or to abstain from doing any act : (i) use of or on a ship or against the discharge from a ship any explosive, radioactive material or BCN weapon in a manner that causes or is likely to cause death or serious injury or damage; or (ii) discharge, from a ship, oil, liquefied natural gas, or other hazardous or noxio of the substance, which is not covered by subparagraph (i), in such quantity or concentration that causes or is likely to cause death or serious injury or damage; or (iii) use of a ship in a manner that causes death or serious injury or damage; or (iv) threaten, with or without a condition, as is provided for under national law, to commit an offenc set forth in subparagraph (i), (ii) or (iii); or (b) on board a transport ship: (i) any explosive or radioactive material, knowing that it is intended to be used to cause, or in a threat to cause, with or without a condition, as is provided for under national law, death or serious injury or damage for the purpose of intimidating a population, or compelling a Government or an international organization to do or to abstain from doing any act; or (ii) any BCN weapon, knowing it to be a BCN weapon as defined in article 1; or (iii) any source material, special fissionabl material, or equipment or material especially designed or prepared for the processing, use or production of special fissionabl material, knowing that it is intended to be used in a nuclear explosive activity or in any other nuclear activity not under safeguards to an IAEA pursuan comprehensive safeguards agreement; or (iv) any equipment, materials or software or related technology that significantly contribute to the design, manufacture or delivery of a BCN weapon, with the intention that it will be used for such purpose. 2. It shall not be an offenc» within the meaning of this Convention to transport an item or material covered by subparagraph 1 (b) (iii) or, insofar as it relate to a nuclear weapon or other nuclear explosive device, subparagraph 1 (b) (iv), if such item or material is transported to or from the territory of, or is otherwise transported under the control of , a State Party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapon where: (a) the resulting transfer or receipt, including internal to a State of the item or material is not contrary to such a State Party's obligation under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapon and, (b) if the item or material is intended for the delivery system of a nuclear weapon or other nuclear explosive device of a State Party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapon, the holding of such weapon or device is not contrary to that State Party's obligation under that Treaty. 6. The following text is added as Article 3ter of the Convention: Article 3ter Any person commit an offenc» within the meaning of this Convention if that person unlawfully and intentionally transports another person on board a ship knowing that the person has committed an act that the constitut an offenc set forth in articles 3, 3b or 3quater or an ans offenc set forth in any treaty listed in the Annex , and intending to assist that person to criminal prosecution of the nter. 7. The following text is added as article 3quater of the Convention: article 3quater Any person also commit an offenc» within the meaning of this Convention if that person unlawfully and intentionally: (a) injuries or kills any person in connection with the commission of any of the offenc set forth in the article 3, paragraph 1, Article 3b, or Article 3ter; or (b) attempts to commit an offenc set forth in article 3, paragraph 1, Article 3b, subparagraph 1 (a) (i), (ii) or (iii), or subparagraph (a) of this article; or (c) as an accomplice of the participat in an offenc set forth in article 3, Article 3b Article 3ter or subparagraph, (a) or (b) of this article; or (d) directs the others or arrange to commit an offenc set forth in article 3, Article 3b Article 3ter or subparagraph, (a) or (b) of this article; or (e) contribute to the commission of one or more of the offenc set forth in article 3, Article 3b Article 3ter or subparagraph, (a) or (b) of this article by a group of persons acting with a common purpose, intentionally and either: (i) with the aim of furthering the criminal activity or criminal purpose of the group, where such activity or purpose involv the commission of an offenc set forth in article 3 , Article 3b of Article 3ter or; or (ii) in the knowledge of the intention of the group to commit an offenc set forth in article 3, Article 3b of Article 3ter or. Article 5 1. Article 5 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: Each State Party shall make the offenc set forth in the articles 3, 3b, 3ter and 3quater punishabl by appropriate penalties which take into account the grave nature of those offenc. 2. The following text is added as Article 5b States of the Convention: Article 5b 1. Each State Party, in accordanc with its domestic legal principles, shall take the measure to enable the cessary a legal entity located in its territory or organized under its laws to be held when a person liabl responsible for management or control of that legal entity has in that capacity, committed an offenc set forth in this Convention. Such liability may be criminal, civil or administrative. 2. Such liability is incurred without prejudice to the criminal liability of the individual having committed the offenc. 3. Each State Party shall, in particular, ensur that legal entities to liabl in accordanc with paragraph 1 are subject to effective, proportionat and dissuasiv in criminal, civil or administrative sanctions. Such sanctions may include monetary sanctions. Article 6 1 for the chapeau of article 6, paragraph 1 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: 1. Each State Party shall take such measure may not be the axis of the cessary to establish its jurisdiction over the set forth in of the offenc articles 3, 3b 3ter and 3quater, when the offenc is committed: 2. Article 6, paragraph 3 of the Convention is replaced by the following text : 3. Any State Party which has established jurisdiction mentioned in paragraph 2 shall notify the Secretary-General. If such State Party subsequently rescind that jurisdiction, it shall notify the Secretary-General. 3. Article 6, paragraph 4 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: 4. Each State Party shall take such measure may not be the axis of the cessary to establish its jurisdiction over the set forth in of the offenc articles 3, 3b, 3ter and 3quater in cases where the alleged offender is present in its territory and it does not extradit the alleged offender to any of the States parties which have established their jurisdiction in accordanc with paragraphs 1 and 2 of This article. Article 7 the following text is added as an Annex to the Convention: ANNEX 1. The Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful chicken pox vaccine and of aircraft, done at the Hague on 16 December 1970 2. Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Civil Aviation, the done at Montreal on 23 September 1971 3. Convention on the Prevention and punishment of crimes against Internationally Protected persons , including Diplomatic agents, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 14 December 1973.4. International Convention against the Taking of Hostag, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 17 December 1979.5. Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material, done at Vienna on 26 October 1979.6. Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts of violence at airports Serving International Civil Aviation , supplementary to the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Civil Aviation, the done at Montreal on 24 February 1988 7. Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf, on the done at Rome on 10 March 1988 8. International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist a Fingerprint, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 15 December 1997.9. International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 9 December 1999. Article 8 1. Article 8, paragraph 1 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: 1. The master of a ship of a State Party (the flag State..) may deliver to the authorities of any other State Party (the. receiving State.) any person who the master has reasonable grounds to believe has committed an offenc set forth in article 3 , 3b, 3ter, or 3quater. 2. The following text is added as article 8b a of the Convention: article 8b 1. States parties shall co-operate to the fulles the exten to possible to prevent and suppress unlawful acts covered by this Convention, in conformity with international law, and responds to requests shall pursuan to this article as expeditiously as possible. 2. Each request pursuan to this article should, if possible, contain the name of the suspect ship, the IMO ship identification number, the port of registry, the ports of origin and destination, and any other relevant information. If a request is conveyed orally, the requesting Party shall confirm the request in writing as soon as possible. The requested Party shall be receipt of acknowledg it any written or oral request immediately. 3. States parties shall take into account the danger and difficult to boarding a ship involved in at sea and searching its cargo, and give considerations to others appropriate measure of whethers agreed between the States concerned could be more safely taken in the next port of call or elsewher. 4. A State Party that has reasonable grounds to suspect that an offenc set forth in article 3, 3b, 3ter or 3quater has been, is being or is about to be committed involving a ship flying its flag, may request the assistance of other States parties in preventing or suppressing that offenc. The States parties so requested shall use their best endeavour to render such assistance within the means available to them. 5. Whenever law enforcement or other authorized official of a State Party ("the requesting Party") encounter a ship flying the flag or displaying marks of registry of another State Party ("the first Party"), located seaward of any State's territorial sea, and the requesting Party has reasonable grounds to suspect that the ship or a person on board the ship has been ISA, ISA or about to be involved in the commission of an offenc set forth in article 3, 3b, 3ter or 3quater, and the requesting Party to board of nasty, (a) it shall request, in accordanc with paragraphs 1 and 2 that the first Party confirm the claim of nationality, and (b) if the nationality is confirmed, the requesting Party shall ask the Party (hereinafter referred to the first axis "the flag State") for authorization to board and to take appropriate measure with regards to that of the ship which may include stopping, boarding and searching the ship, its cargo and persons on board, and questioning the person on board in order to determin if an offenc set forth in article 3, 3b, 3ter or 3quater has been, is being or is about to be committed , and (c) the flag State shall either: (i) the requesting Party authoriz to board and to take the appropriate measure of set out in subparagraph 5 (b), subject to any conditions it may impost in accordanc with paragraph 7; or (ii) conduct the boarding and search with its own law enforcement or other officials; or (iii) conduct the boarding and search together with the requesting Party, subject to any conditions it may impost in accordanc with paragraph 7; or (iv) to declin authoriz a boarding and search. The requesting Party shall not board the ship or take the measure of the set out in subparagraph 5 (b), without the express authorization of the flag State. (d) Upon or after depositing its instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, a State Party may notify the Secretary-General that, with respect to ships flying its flag or displaying its mark of registry, the requesting Party is granted authorization to board and search the ship, its cargo and persons on board, and to question the persons on board in order to locate the documentation of it will examin and nationality and determin if an offenc set forth in article 3 3ter or 3quater, 3b, has been, is being or is about to be committed, if there is no response from the first Party within four hours of the acknowledgement of receipt of a request to confirm nationality. (e) Upon or after depositing its instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, a State Party may notify the Secretary-General that, with respect to ships flying its flag or displaying its mark of registry, the requesting Party is authorized to board and search a ship, its cargo and persons on board, and to question the persons on board in order to determin if an offenc is under article 3 3ter or 3quater, 3b, has been, is being or is about to be committed. The notification is made to this paragraph pursuan can be withdrawn at any time. 6. When evidence of conduct described in article 3, 3b, 3ter or 3quater is found as the result of any boarding pursuan it conducted this article, the flag State may the Party requesting the authoriz detain the ship, cargo and persons on board pending receipt of disposition instructions from the flag State. The requesting Party shall promptly inform the flag State of the results of a boarding, search, and detention conducted pursuan to this article. The requesting Party shall promptly inform the also flag Status of the discovery of evidence of illegal conduct that is not subject to this Convention. 7. The flag State, consistent with the other provision of this Convention, may subject its authorization under paragraph 5 or 6 to conditions, including obtaining additional information from the requesting Party, and relating to responsibility for astronomy and the exten of measure to be taken. Of the additional measure may be taken for without the express authorization of the flag State, except when it does not relieve the cessary imminen danger to the lives of persons or where those measure of deriv from relevant bilateral or multilaterals agreements. 8. For all boarding for them this article pursuan, the flag State has the right to exercise jurisdiction over a detained ship, cargo or other items and persons on board, including chicken pox vaccine and forfeitures imposed, arrest, and prosecution. However, the flag State may, subject to its constitution and laws, consent to the exercise of jurisdiction by another State having jurisdiction under article 5.9. When carrying out the authorized actions under this article, the use of force shall be avoided except when not to ensur the cessary safety of its officials and persons on board, or where the officials are obstructed in the execution of the authorized actions. Any use of force to this article pursuan shall not exceeds 100 the minimum degree of force which is not reasonable in the cessary and circumstanc. 10. Safeguards: (a) where a State Party takes the measure against a ship in accordanc with this article, it shall: (i) take due account of the need not to endanger the safety of life at sea; (ii) that all persons ensur on board are treated in a manner which preserve their basic human dignity, of and in compliance with the applicable provision of international law, including international law of human rights; (iii) that a ensur boarding and search pursuan to this article shall be conducted in accordanc with applicable international law; (iv) take due account of the safety and security of the ship and its cargo; (v) take due account of the need not to prejudice the commercial or legal interests of the flag State; (vi) ensur, within available means, that any measure taken with regard to the ship or its cargo is environmentally sound under the circumstanc; (VII) that the person on ensur board against whom proceedings may be commenced in connection with any of the offenc set forth in the article of 3, 3b, 3ter or 3quater are afforded the protection of paragraph 2 of article 10, regardless_of of location; (VIII) ensur that the master of a ship is the intention of the board advised of it, and is, or has been, afforded the opportunity to contact the ship's owner and the flag State at the earlies opportunity; and (ix) take reasonable efforts to avoid a ship being unduly detained or delayed. (b) Provided that authorization to board by a flag State shall not per se give rise to its liability, States parties shall be liabl for any damage, harm or loss arising from attributabl to them the measure taken pursuan to this article when: (i) the grounds for such measure of fineness to be unfounded, provided that the ship has not committed any act justifying the measure taken by; or (ii) such measure with a unlawful or exceeds 100 that reasonably required in the light of available information to implementations that the provision of this article. States parties shall provide effective recourses in respect of such damage, loss or harms. (c) where a State Party takes the measure against a ship in accordanc with this Convention, it shall take due account of the need not to interfer with it be affec the or: (i) the rights and obligations and the exercise of jurisdiction of coastal States in accordanc with the international law of the sea; or (ii) the authority of the flag State to exercise jurisdiction and control in administrative, technical and social matters involving the ship. (d) Any measure taken pursuan to this article shall be carried out by law enforcement or other authorized officials from fuels Pakistan military aircraft, or other ships or aircraft or from a clearly marked and identifiabl as being on government service and authorized to that effect and, notwithstanding articles 2 and 2b, the provision of this article shall apply. (e) For the purpose of this article "law enforcement or other authorized official" means uniformed or otherwise clearly identifiabl members of law enforcement or other government authorities duly authorized by their Government. For the specific purpose of law enforcement under this Convention, law enforcement or other authorized officials shall provide appropriate government-issued identification documents for examination by the master of the ship upon boarding. 11. This article does not apply to or limit boarding of ships, conducted by any State Party in accordanc with international law, seaward of any State's territorial sea, including the boarding based upon the right of visit, the rendering of assistance to persons, ships and property in distress or perils, or an authorization from the flag State to take law enforcement or other action. 12. States parties are encouraged to develop standard operating procedures for joint operations pursuan to this article and consult, as appropriate, with other States parties with a view to harmonizing such standard operating procedures for the conduct of operations. 13. States parties may the agreements or arrangements conclud between them it is facilitat law enforcement operations carried out in accordanc with this article. 14. Each State Party shall take the appropriate measure to ensur that its law enforcement or other authorized officials, and law enforcement or other authorized officials of other States parties acting on its behalf, the Act empowered it to pursuan this article. 15. Upon or after depositing its instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, each State Party shall designat the authority, or, where not the authorities receive cessary, and responds to requests for assistance, for confirmation of nationality, and for authorization to take appropriate measure. Such designation, including contact information, shall be notified to the Secretary General within one month of-becoming a Party shall notify all other who States parties within one month of the designation. Each State Party is responsible for providing prompt notice through the Secretary-General of any changes in the designation or contact information. Article 9 Article 10, paragraph 2 is replaced by the following text: 2. Any person who is taken into custody or regarding whom any other measure taken or proceedings with the being carried out to this Convention shall pursuan be guaranteed fair treatment, including enjoymen of all rights and guarantee in conformity with the law of the State in the territory of which that person is present and applicable provision of international law , including international human rights law. Article 10 1. Article 11, paragraph 1, 2, 3 and 4 are replaced by the following text: 1. The offenc set forth in the articles 3, 3b, 3ter and 3quater shall be deemed to be included as a extraditabl in any extradition treaty existing offenc between any of the States parties. States parties to include such undertak offenc extraditabl is the axis of the offenc in every extradition treaty to be concluded between them. 2. If a State Party which makes ex tradition conditional on the existenc of a treaty receive a request for extradition from another State Party with which it has extradition treaty, the requested of the State Party may, at its option, consider this Convention as a legal basis for extradition in respect of the offenc's set forth in articles 3, 3ter and 3quater, 3b. Ex traditions shall be subject to the other conditions provided by the law of the requested State Party. 3. States parties which do not make extradition conditional on the existenc of a treaty shall recognize the offenc set forth in of articles 3 and 3ter, 3b, extraditabl of the offenc 3quater as between themselves, subject to the conditions provided by the law of the requested State Party. 4. If not, the cessary offenc set forth in the articles 3, 3b, 3ter and 3quater shall be treated, for the purpose of extradition between States parties, as if they had been committed not only in the place in which they occurred but also in a place within the jurisdiction of the State Party requesting extradition. 2. The following text is added as article 11b by of the Convention: article 11b by none of the offenc's set forth in article 3, 3teror 3quater shall be 3b, regarded for the purpose of extradition or mutual legal assistance as a political or as an offenc offenc is connected with a political or as an offenc offenc is inspired by political motivated. Accordingly, a request for extradition or for mutual legal assistance based on such an offenc» may not be refused on the sole ground that it concerns a political or an offenc offenc is connected with a political or an offenc offenc is inspired by political motivated. 3. The following text is added as Article 11ter of the Convention: Article 11ter Nothing in this Convention shall be interpreted as imposing an obligation to afford mutual extradit or their legal assistance, if the requested State Party has substantial grounds for believing that the request for extradition for the set forth in offenc article 3, 3b, 3ter or 3quater or for mutual legal assistance with respect to such of the offenc has been made for the purpose of prosecuting or punishing a a person on account of that person's race, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, political opinion or gender, or that compliance with the request would cause prejudice to that person's position for any of these reasons. Article 11 1. Article 12, paragraph 1 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: 1. States parties shall afford one another the greatest measure of assistance in connection with criminal proceedings brough in respect of the offenc's set forth in articles 3, 3ter and 3quater, 3b, including assistance in obtaining evidence at their disposal for the proceedings not cessary. 2. The following text is added as article 12b a of the Convention: article 12b 1. (A) the person who is being detained or is serving a line in the territory of one State Party whose presence in another State Party is requested for the purpose of identification, news article or otherwise providing assistance in obtaining evidence for the investigation or prosecution of the offenc set forth in article 3 3ter or 3quater, 3b, may be transferred if the following conditions are met: (a) the informed consent of the person freely give; and (b) the competent authorities of both States to agree, subject to such conditions as those States may be appropriate de. 2. For the purpose of the present article: (a) the State to which the person is transferred shall have the authority and obligation to keep the person transferred in custody, unless otherwise requested or authorized by the by the State from which the person was transferred; (b) the State to which the person is transferred shall without delay its obligations it implementations that return the person to the custody of the State from which the person was transferred as agreed beforehand, or as otherwise agreed, by the competent authorities of both States to; (c) the State to which the person is transferred shall not require the State from which the person was transferred to initiat the extradition proceedings for the return of the person; (d) the person transferred shall receive credit for service of the line is being served in the State from which the person was transferred for time to spen in the custody of the State to which the person was transferred. 3. Unless the State Party from which a person is to be transferred in accordanc with the present article so agree, that person, whatever that person's nationality, shall not be prosecuted or detained or subjected to any other restriction of personal liberty in the territory of the State to which that person is transferred in respect of acts or convictions anterior to that person's departure from the territory of the State from which such person was transferred. Article 12 article 13 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: 1. States parties shall co-operate in the prevention of the offenc's set forth in articles 3, 3ter and 3quater, 3b, particularly by: (a) taking all the practicabl to prevent "preparation in their respectiv in territories for the commission of those offenc within or outside their territories; (b) exchanging information in accordanc with their national law, and co-ordinating administrative and other measure taken as appropriate of the prevent the commission of the set forth in offenc articles 3, 3b, 3ter and 3quater. 2. When the due to commission of an offenc set forth in article 3, 3b, 3ter or 3quater, the passage of a ship has been delayed or interrupted, any State Party in whose territory the ship or the passenger or crew are present shall be bound to exercise all possible efforts to avoid a ship, its passenger, crew or cargo being unduly detained or delayed. Article 13 article 14 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: Any State Party having reason to believe that an offenc set forth in article 3, 3b, 3ter or 3quater will be committed shall, in accordanc with its national law, furnish as promptly as possible any relevant information in its possession to those States which it believe in would be the States having established jurisdiction in accordanc with article 6 article 14 article 15 , paragraph 3 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: 3 the information transmitted in accordanc with paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be communicated by the Secretary-General to all States parties, the members of the Organization, the other States concerned, and to the appropriate international intergovernmental organizations. Article 15 Interpretation and application 1. The Convention and this Protocol shall, as between the parties to this Protocol, be read and interpreted together as one single instrument. 2. Articles 1 to 16 of the Convention as revised by this Protocol, together with articles 17 to 24 of this Protocol and the annex theret, shall be called constitut and the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation, 2005 (2005 SUA Convention). Article 16 the following text is added as article 16b of the Convention: the Final of the Commission of the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation, 2005 the final Commission of the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation, 2005 shall be articles 17 to 24 of the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation 1988. Reference in this Convention to the States parties shall be taken to mean the reference to States parties to that Protocol. The FINAL article of the COMMISSION 17 signature, ratification, acceptance, approval and accession 1 this Protocol shall be open for signature at the headquarters of the Organization from 14 February 2006 to 13 February 2007 and shall thereafter remain open for accession. 2. States may express their consent to be bound by this Protocol by: (a) signature without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval; or (b) signature subject to ratification, acceptance or approval, followed by ratification, acceptance or approval; or (c) accession. 3. Ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument to that effect with the Secretary-General. 4. Only a State which has signed the Convention without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval, or has ratified, accepted, approved or acceded to the Convention may become a Party to this Protocol. Article 18 Entry into force 1 this Protocol shall enter. into force ninety days following the date on which twelve States have either signed it without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval, or have deposited an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession with the Secretary-General. 2. For a State which deposits an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession in respect of this Protocol after the conditions in paragraph 1 for entry into force thereof have been met, the ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall take effect ninety days after the date of such deposit. Article 19 Denunciation 1 this Protocol may be denounced by any State Party at any time after the date on which this Protocol enter into force for that State. 2. Denunciation shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument of denunciation with the Secretary-General. 3. A denunciation shall take effect one year, or such longer period as may be specified in the instrument of denunciation, after the deposit of the instrument with the Secretary-General. Article 20 Revision and Amendment 1 A Conference for the purpose of revising or amending this Protocol may be convened by the Organization. 2. The Secretary-General shall conven a Conference of States parties to this Protocol for revising or amending the Protocol, at the request of one third of the States parties, or ten States parties, whichever is the higher figure. 3. Any instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession deposited after the date of entry into force of an amendment to this Protocol shall be deemed to apply to the Protocol as amended. Article 21 declarations 1 Upon depositing its instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, a State Party which is not a party to a treaty listed in the Annex may declare that, in the application of this Protocol to the State Party, the treaty shall be deemed not to be included in the Article 3ter. The declaration shall cease to have effect as soon as the treaty enter into force for the State Party, which shall notify the Secretary-General of this fact. 2. When a State Party cease to be a party to a treaty listed in the Annex, it may make a declaration as provided for in this article, with respect to that treaty. 3. Upon depositing its instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, a State Party may declare that it will apply the provision of Article 3ter in accordanc with the principles of its criminal law concerning family exemption of liability. Article 22 Amendments to the Annex 1. The Annex may be amended by the addition of relevant treats that: (a) open to the participation of all States; (b) have entered into force; and (c) have been ratified, accepted, approved or acceded to by at least twelve States parties to this Protocol. 2. After the entry into force of this Protocol, any State Party may in such an the theret proposes amendment to the Annex. Any proposal for an amendment shall be communicated to the Secretary-General in written form. The Secretary-General shall circulate any proposed amendment that meets the requirements of paragraph 1 to all members of the Organization and seek from States parties to this Protocol their consent to the adoption of the proposed amendment. 3. The proposed amendment shall be deemed to the Annex adopted after more than twelve of the States parties to this Protocol consent to it by written notification to the Secretary-General. 4. The adopted amendment to the Annex shall enter into force thirty days after the deposit with the Secretary-General of the twelfth instrument of ratification, acceptance or approval of such amendment for those States parties to this Protocol that have deposited such an instrument. For each State Party ratifying, accepting them this Protocol or approving the amendment after the deposit of the twelfth instrument with the Secretary-General, the amendment shall enter into force on the thirtieth day after deposit by such State Party of its instrument of ratification, acceptance or approval. Article 23 Depositary 1 this Protocol and any amendments adopted under articles 20 to 22 shall be deposited and with the Secretary-General. 2. The Secretary-General shall: (a) inform all States which have signed this Protocol or acceded to this Protocol of: (i) each new signature or deposit of an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession together with the date thereof; (ii) the date of the entry into force of this Protocol; (iii) the deposit of any instrument of denunciation of this Protocol together with the date on which it is received and the date on which the denunciation takes effect; (iv) any communication called for by any article of this Protocol; (v) any proposal to amend the Annex which has been made in accordanc with article 22, paragraph 2; (vi) any amendment deemed to have been adopted in accordanc with article 22, paragraph 3; (VII) any amendment ratified, accepted or approved in accordanc with article 22, paragraph 4, together with the date on which that amendment shall enter into force; and (b) transmit certified true cop out of this Protocol to all States which have signed or acceded to this Protocol. 3. As soon as this Protocol enter into force, a certified true copy of the text shall be transmitted by the Secretary-General to the Secretary-General of the United Nations for registration and publication in accordanc with article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations. Article 24 languages this Protocol is established in a single original in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, each text being equally authentic. Done AT LONDON this fourteenth day of October two thousand and five. In WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned being duly authorized by their Governments to the respectiv for that purpose have signed this Protocol.     PROTOCOL OF 2005 TO the PROTOCOL FOR the SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL acts against the SAFETY OF FIXED platforms LOCATED ON the CONTINENTAL SHELF the States parties to this Protocol, BEING parties to the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf done at Rome on 10 March 1988, RECOGNIZING that the reasons for which the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation was elaborated also apply to fixed platforms located on the continental shelf, TAKING on the account of the provision of those protocols, have AGREED as follows: article 1 For the purpose of this Protocol: 1. "the 1988 Protocol" means the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf, on the done at Rome on 10 March 1988; 2. "Organization" means the International Maritime Organization; and 3. "Secretary-General" means the Secretary-General of the Organization. Article 2 article 1, paragraph 1, of the 1988 Protocol is replaced by the following text: 1. The provision of article 1, subparagraph (1) (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h) and 2 (a), of articles 2b, 5, 5b, 7, and of the and articles 10 to 16, including articles 11b, 12b, 11ter and of the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation , as amended by the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation, shall also apply mutatis mutandis to the set forth in of the offenc articles 2, 2b and the 2tera of this Protocol where such committed on board of the offenc with or against fixed platforms located on the continental shelf. Article 3 1 article 2, paragraph 1 (d), of the 1988 Protocol is replaced by the following text: (d) places or causes to be placed on a fixed platform, by any means whatsoever, a device or substance which is likely to destroy that fixed platform or likely to endanger its safety. 2. Article 2, paragraph 1 (e), of the 1988 Protocol is deleted. 3. Article 2, paragraph 2, of the 1988 Protocol is replaced by the following text: 2 Any person also commit an offenc if that person will threaten, with or without a condition, as is provided for under national law, aimed at compelling a physical or juridical person to do or refrain from doing any act, to commit any of the offenc set forth in of subparagraph 1 (b) and (c) , if that threat is likely to endanger the safety of the fixed platform. Article 4 1. The following text is inserted as Article 2b Article 2b: a Any person commit an offenc» within the meaning of this Protocol if that person unlawfully and intentionally, when the purpose of the Act, by its nature or context, is to intimidat a population, or to compel a Government or an international organization to do or to abstain from doing any act : (a) us-against or on a fixed platform or the discharge from a fixed platform any explosive, radioactive material or BCN weapon in a manner that causes or is likely to cause death or serious injury or damage; or (b) discharge, from a fixed platform, oil, liquefied natural gas, or other hazardous or noxio of the substance, which is not covered by subparagraph (a), in such quantity or concentration that causes or is likely to cause death or serious injury or damage; or (c) threaten, with or without a condition, as is provided for under national law, to commit an offenc set forth in subparagraph (a) or (b). 2. The following text is inserted as article 2tera: article 2tera Any person also commit an offenc» within the meaning of this Protocol if that person unlawfully and intentionally: (a) injuries or kills any person in connection with the commission of any of the offenc's set forth in article 2, paragraph 1 or Article 2b; or (b) attempts to commit an offenc set forth in article 2, paragraph 1, Article 2b, paragraph 1 or 2, or subparagraph (a) of this article; or (c) as an accomplice of the participat in an offenc set forth in article 2, Article 2b a or subparagraph (a) or (b) of this article; or (d) directs the others or arrange to commit an offenc set forth in article 2, Article 2b a or subparagraph (a) or (b) of this article; or (e) contribute to the commission of one or more of the offenc set forth in article 2, Article 2b a or subparagraph (a) or (b) of this article by a group of persons acting with a common purpose, intentionally and either: (i) with the aim of furthering the criminal activity or criminal purpose of the group, where such activity or purpose involv the commission of an offenc set forth in article 2 or 2b; or (ii) in the knowledge of the intention of the group to commit an offenc set forth in article 2 or 2b. Article 5 1. Article 3, paragraph 1, of the 1988 Protocol is replaced by the following text: 1 Each State Party shall take such measure may not be the axis of the cessary to establish its jurisdiction over the set forth in of the offenc articles 2, 2b and the 2tera when the offenc is committed: (a) against or on board a fixed platform while it is located on the continental shelf of that State; or (b) by a national of that State. 2. Article 3, paragraph 3, of the 1988 Protocol is replaced by the following text: 3. Any State Party which has established jurisdiction mentioned in paragraph 2 shall notify the Secretary-General. If such State Party subsequently rescind that jurisdiction, it shall notify the Secretary-General. 3 article 3, paragraph 4, of the 1988 Protocol is replaced by the following text: 4. Each State Party shall take such measure may not be the axis of the cessary to establish its jurisdiction over the set forth in of the offenc articles 2, 2b and the 2tera in cases where the alleged offender is present in its territory and it does not extradit the alleged offender to any of the States parties which have established their jurisdiction in accordanc with paragraphs 1 and 2 article 6 Interpretation and application 1. The 1988 Protocol and this Protocol shall, as between the parties to this Protocol, be read and interpreted together as one single instrument. 2. Articles 1 to 4 of the 1988 Protocol, as revised by this Protocol, together with articles 8 to 13 of this Protocol shall be called constitut and the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf, on the 2005 (2005 SUA Fixed Platform Protocol). Article 7 the following text is added as article 4b of the Protocol by the Commission of the Final of the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf, on the 2005 final of the Commission of the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf, 2005, shall be articles 8 to 13 of the Protocol of 2005 to the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf, on the 1988. Reference in this Protocol to States parties shall be taken to mean the reference to States parties to the 2005 Protocol. The FINAL article of the CLAUSS 8 signature, ratification, acceptance, approval and accession 1 this Protocol shall be open for signature at the headquarters of the Organization from 14 February 2006 to 13 February 2007 and shall thereafter remain open for accession. 2. States may express their consent to be bound by this Protocol by: (a) signature without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval; or (b) signature subject to ratification, acceptance or approval, followed by ratification, acceptance or approval; or (c) accession. 3. Ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument to that effect with the Secretary-General. 4. Only a State which has signed the 1988 Protocol without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval, or has ratified, accepted, approved or acceded to the 1988 Protocol may become a Party to this Protocol. Article 9 Entry into force this Protocol shall enter 1 into force ninety days following the date on which three States have either signed it without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval, or have deposited an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession with the Secretary-General. However, this Protocol shall not enter into force before the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation has entered into force. 2. For a State which deposits an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession in respect of this Protocol after the conditions in paragraph 1 for entry into force thereof have been met, the ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall take effect ninety days after the date of such deposit. Article 10 Denunciation 1 this Protocol may be denounced by any State Party at any time after the date on which this Protocol enter into force for that State. 2. Denunciation shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument of denunciation with the Secretary-General. 3. A denunciation shall take effect one year, or such longer period as may be specified in the instrument of denunciation, after the deposit of the instrument with the Secretary-General. Article 11 Revision and amendment 1a. Conference for the purpose of revising or amending this Protocol may be convened by the Organization. 2. The Secretary-General shall conven a Conference of States parties to this Protocol for revising or amending the Protocol, at the request of one third of the States parties, or five States parties, whichever is the higher figure. 3. Any instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession deposited after the date of entry into force of an amendment to this Protocol shall be deemed to apply to the Protocol as amended. Article 12 Depositary 1 this Protocol and any amendments adopted under article 11 in shall be deposited with the Secretary-General. 2. The Secretary-General shall: (a) inform all States which have signed this Protocol or acceded to this Protocol of: (i) each new signature or deposit of an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession together with the date thereof; (ii) the date of the entry into force of this Protocol; (iii) the deposit of any instrument of denunciation of this Protocol together with the date on which it is received and the date on which the denunciation takes effect; (iv) any communication called for by any article of this Protocol; and (b) transmit certified true cop out of this Protocol to all States which have signed or acceded to this Protocol. 3. As soon as this Protocol enter into force, a certified true copy of the text shall be transmitted by the Secretary-General to the Secretary-General of the United Nations for registration and publication in accordanc with article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations. Article 13 languages this Protocol is established in a single original in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, each text being equally authentic. Done AT LONDON this fourteenth day of October two thousand and five. In WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned being duly authorized by their Governments to the respectiv for that purpose have signed this Protocol.  

Convention on unlawful action against shipping safety control protocol of 2005 preamble the Member States of this Protocol, being parties of 10 March 1988 in Rome adopted the Convention for the unlawful action against maritime safety, recognizing that terrorist acts endangering international peace and security, taking into account the International Maritime Organization Assembly resolution 924 (22), which sought to review existing international legal and technical measures and consider new measures to prevent and combat terrorism against ships and improve safety on board vessels and ashore, and thus reduce the threat to passengers, crews and port personnel on board the vessel and the port area, as well as the vessels and their cargo, having regard to the Declaration on measures to eliminate international terrorism, annexed to the United Nations General Assembly on 9 December 1994, resolution 49/60, in which, inter alia, the United Nations Member States solemnly affirm that they unequivocally condemns any terrorist activities, methods and practices regardless of where and who they are made, including those which jeopardize the friendly relations among States and peoples, as well as the territorial integrity and national security, noting United Nations General Assembly on 17 December 1996 resolution 51/210 and the Declaration supplementing the 1994 Declaration on measures to eliminate international terrorism Recalling United Nations Security Council resolutions 1368 (2001) and 1373 (2001), which reflected the international will to eliminate all forms and manifestations of terrorism and countries asked tasks and responsibilities, as well as taking into account the continued terrorist threat, recalling also United Nations Security Council resolution 1540 (2004), in which States recognized the need to urgently take further effective measures to prevent nuclear, chemical or biological weapons and their means of distribution Besides Recalling the 1963 September 14, the Tokyo Convention on offences and certain other acts committed on board aircraft, the 1970 the Hague 16 December adopted the Convention on the fight against the illegal aircraft seizure, 1971 September 23 in Montreal adopted the Convention on the fight against illegal activities that jeopardise the security of civil aviation, of 14 December 1973, the UN General Assembly adopted the Convention on the prevention of crime against persons that enjoys international protection also against diplomatic agents, and the punishment for such crimes, 17 December 1979 the UN General Assembly adopted the International Convention against the taking of hostages, 1979 in Vienna on 26 October and adopted on 8 July 2005, the amended Convention on the physical protection of nuclear material, 24 February 1988 at the Montreal Protocol adopted on the fight against illegal acts of violence at airports serving international civil aviation attached to the Convention on the fight against illegal activities that jeopardise the security of civil aviation, of 10 March 1988 in Rome adopted the Protocol on unlawful activities against the safety of fixed platforms on the continental shelf, 1 March 1991 Montreal Convention on the marking of plastic explosives for the purpose of detection, 1997 and on 15 December the UN General Assembly adopted the International Convention on the fight against terrorist bombings in action , 1999 on 9 December the UN General Assembly adopted the International Convention for the Suppression of the financing of terrorism and the 2005 13 April, the UN General Assembly adopted the International Convention on combating nuclear terrorism, taking into account the 10 1982. December Montegobej adopted the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea and the importance of international customary rules of the law of the sea, taking into account the importance of the UN General Assembly resolution 59/46, in which it reaffirmed that international cooperation and national activities in the fight against terrorism must conform to the principles of the United Nations Charter, international law and relevant international conventions, and UN General Assembly resolution 59/24, in which the countries are encouraged to become Convention on unlawful activities against the safety of navigation and the parties to the Protocol, the States invited to participate in the International Maritime Organization legal Committee conducted the review of the Act in order to strengthen ways to fight against such illegal activities , including terrorist attacks, and countries are encouraged to take appropriate measures to ensure the effective implementation of those provisions, namely, in particular, where appropriate, adopting legislation aimed at providing the appropriate framework response to armed robbery and terrorist acts at sea incident, also taking into account the importance of this Convention, the Conference of Contracting Governments in 2002 adopted amendments to the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea and the international ship and port facility security code (IPSP) to develop appropriate international technical framework, which include cooperation between Governments, government agencies, State and local authorities, as well as the shipping and port industries to detect security threats and take preventive measures against the risks of a security incident affecting ships or port facilities used in international trade, and taking into account the UN General Assembly resolution 58/187 , which reaffirmed that States must ensure that any measures taken to combat terrorism comply with their obligations under international law, in particular international human rights, refugee and humanitarian law, it considered that the provisions should be adopted to supplement the provisions of the Convention concerned to reduce terrorist acts against international maritime safety and improve the efficiency of shipping, agreed. Article 1 this protocol uses the following terms: 1. "Convention" means the 10 March 1988 accepted Convention in Rome on illegal action against maritime safety, 2. "organization" means the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and 3. "Secretary-General" means the Secretary-General of the organization. Article 2 article 1 of the Convention shall be amended as follows. Article 1 of this Convention: 1. a) "vessel" means any vessel which is not permanently secured to the depths of the sea, including the ship with dynamic lifting force, underwater vessel or any other vessel, b) "transport" means to initiate, arrange or exercise actual control, including control of the deciding authority, person or object, c) "material injury or damage" means: (i) serious bodily injury) or (ii) public places) State or Government, equipment, infrastructure or public transport system wide destruction, causing major economic damage, or III) substantial damage to the environment, including the atmosphere, soil, water, flora, fauna or flora, d) "biological, chemical and nuclear weapon" means: (i)) "biological weapons": 1) microbiological or other biological agents or toxins, whatever their origin or method of production, type and quantity that is not intended for use for preventive , protective or other non-military purposes, or 2) weapons, equipment or means of delivery, in which such agents or toxins for hostile purposes or used in armed conflict, (ii)) "chemical weapons", together or separately: 1) toxic chemicals and their precursors, except where it is used: A) industry, agriculture, research, medical, pharmaceutical or other peaceful purposes, or (B)) for the purpose of protecting, say, for purposes directly related to protection against toxic chemicals and chemical weapons or C) military purposes not connected with the use of chemical weapons and not dependent on the toxic properties of chemical substances in use in warfare, or D), the law enforcement including domestic riot prevention, if nature and quantity to meet this purpose, 2) munitions and devices specifically designed to cause death or other harm which might be caused by using the ii) 1) contains the toxic chemical toxic characteristics that would be free of such munitions and devices, 3) any equipment specifically designed for use in connection with the munitions or devices specified in ii) 2), III) nuclear weapons and other kodolsprādzienierīc, e) "toxic chemical" means any chemical that the chemical effects on life processes can cause death, temporary incapacitation or permanent harm to human or animal health. At the toxic chemicals include all such chemicals, regardless of their origin or method of production and whether they are creating facilities, in munitions or elsewhere, f) "precursor" means any chemically-reactive substance used in any of the stages of manufacture, regardless of the toxic chemicals. At the precursors also includes binary or multicomponent chemical system, the main components of any g) "organization" means the International Maritime Organization (IMO), "the Secretary-General") is the Secretary-General of the organisation. 2. for the purposes of this Convention: (a) the terms "public place)", "State or Government facility", "infrastructure" and "public transportation system" have the same meaning assigned to those terms in 1997 on 15 December in New York adopted the International Convention on the fight against terrorist bombings Act, and (b)) the terms "source material" and "special fissionable material" have the same meaning as the term for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Statute, adopted in New York on 26 October 1956. Article 3 the following text is added as article 2 bis of the Convention: article 2 bis 1. This Convention shall not affect other national and individual rights, obligations and duties, determined in accordance with international law, in particular the United Nations Charter and the principles and objectives of international human rights, refugee and humanitarian law. 2. this Convention shall not apply to those activities of armed forces in armed conflicts governed by international humanitarian law, in the manner in which these terms are understood in these rights, as well as to the national armed forces operations carried out their duties to the extent that they are regulated by other rules of international law. 3. this Convention shall not affect the rights, obligations and duties laid down in the contract concerned parties according to July 1, 1968 in Washington, London and Moscow concluded the Treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, 10 April 1972 in Washington, London and Moscow accepted the Convention on Bacteriological (Biological) and toxic weapons development, production and storage and destruction and prohibition of 1993 on January 13 in Paris adopted the Convention on the use of chemical weapons development, production, storage and destruction of munitions. 4. Article 1 of the Convention. Article 3 of the operative paragraph 1 is replaced by the following text. Any person is committing an offence within the meaning of this Convention if that person unlawfully and intentionally: article 3 of the Convention, 2 1) (f) is replaced by the following: f) provides information that this person considers to be false, thereby endangering the safe navigation of the vessel. 3. the Convention shall be deleted in article 3(1) (g)). 4. Article 3 of the Convention, paragraph 2 is replaced by the following: 1. any person commits an offence if that person threatens, according to the law, provided that, with or without this threat aimed at compelling a natural or legal person to perform or not to perform any act, to commit any of paragraph 1 (b), (c) and (e)))) the offences referred to, if it may endanger the safe navigation of the vessel. 5. The following text is added as article 3 bis of the Convention. 3. bis 1. any person has committed an offence within the meaning of this Convention if that person unlawfully and intentionally: (a)) if the aim of the nature or context, is to intimidate a population or compel a Government or an international organisation to perform or abstain from performing any act: (i) in or on the vessel) against the use of any output or explosive, radioactive substances or biological, chemical and nuclear weapons in such a way that causes or is likely to cause death or to cause serious injury or damage, or (ii)) output from the oil, liquefied natural gas, or other hazardous or noxious substances, other than those referred to in subparagraph (i)), in such quantities or concentrations, which causes or is likely to cause death or to cause serious injury or damage, or (iii)) used in a manner that causes death or cause significant harm or damage or iv) threatens, under law, provided or otherwise make the offence referred to in (i), (ii) or (iii)))), or (b)) on board the transport: i) any explosive or radioactive material, knowing that they will be used, so that, under national law, provided or without it, would cause or threaten to cause death or to cause substantial damage to intimidate a population or compel Governments or international organisation to perform or abstain from performing any act or (ii)) any biological, chemical or nuclear weapons, knowing that they had biological, chemical or nuclear weapons, as defined in article 1, or (iii) any source material), special fissionable material, equipment or material especially designed or prepared for the processing, use or production of special fissionable material from them, knowing that it is intended to be used for a nuclear explosion or an activity in the field of nuclear energy, which do not comply with the security control in accordance with IAEA General safeguards agreement or (iv)) any equipment, materials or software or related technology that significantly contributes to the biological, chemical and nuclear weapons development, production, or delivery, with the intention that it will be used for this purpose. 2. the meaning of this Convention shall not be deemed an offence in paragraph 1 (b))) (iii) the point of objects or materials, as far as transport or associated with nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices, referred to in paragraph 1 (b) (iv))), if such items or materials transported to or from the Treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons in the territory of a Member State or if the transport is controlled by the Treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, if the Member: (a) the subject matter or material shipping) or arrival , including internally, not in conflict with the obligations of that Member State in accordance with the Treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, and (b) if the subject-matter or material) is for the Treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons or nuclear-weapon Member State of the delivered system, kodolsprādzienierīc the following weapons storage or if the device is not in contradiction to its obligations under this agreement. 6. The following text is added as article 3 of the Convention met. 3. the article met any person has committed an offence within the meaning of this Convention if that person unlawfully and intentionally transports on board another person, knowing that the person has committed an act which is an offence referred to 3, 3 bis and 3. quater article, or the offence referred to in any of the treaties listed in the annex, and in order to help that person to avoid prosecution. 7. The following text is added as article 3 of the Convention. quater. 3. the quarter article any person commits an offence within the meaning of this Convention if that person: (a) unlawfully and intentionally) injure or kill any person to commit any of the paragraph 1 of article 3, 3 bis, ter or 3. the offences referred to in article, or (b)) try to make article 3, paragraph 1 bis of article 3 paragraph 1 (a)) (i)), (ii) or (iii))) or (a) of this article) the offences referred to in or (c)) is an accomplice in offences referred to in article 3, 3 bis, ter, or in article 3 (a) or (b) of this article), or (d))) organized or run by other parties to the offence referred to in article 3, 3 bis, ter, or in article 3 (a) or (b) of this article), or e)) contribute to that group of people that works with the single aim , with the intention of committing one or more offences referred to in article 3, 3 bis, ter, or in article 3 (a) or (b) of this article)): (i)) with a view to continuing the criminal activity or criminal purpose of the group, if this activity or target for execution should be made an offence referred to in article 3, 3 bis and 3 ter of the article, or (ii)) the intention of the Group aware of the draw that the offences referred to in article 3, 3 bis and 3 ter of the article. 5. Article 5 of the Convention. Article 1 is replaced by the following text. Each Member State shall recognize the 3, 3 bis and 3 ter, quater 3 offences referred to in article 1 punishable by appropriate penalties provided for according to the gravity of the offence. 2. The following text is added as article 5 bis of the Convention: article 1 bis 5. each Member State in accordance with its legal principles, shall take the necessary measures in its territory or in accordance with the law, create a legal person can be held liable when a person responsible for the management of the legal person and control the performance of their duties, committed the offences referred to in this Convention. This person may be held criminally liable, civil or administrative liability. 2. this liability does not depend on the criminal liability of individuals having committed the offences. 3. each Member State shall ensure that legal entities liable in accordance with article 1, subject to effective, proportionate and dissuasive criminal, civil or administrative sanctions. Such sanctions may include fines. 6. Article 6 of the Convention article 1 paragraph 1 of the operative part is replaced by the following text. 1. each Member State shall take the necessary measures to establish its jurisdiction over offences referred to 3, 3 bis, ter and quater 3 3 article, if this offence shall be: 2. A Convention article 6(3) is replaced by the following text. 3. any Member State which introduced the jurisdiction referred to in paragraph 2, shall notify the Secretary-General. If this Member State jurisdiction for this later repealed, it reported to the Secretary-General. 3. Article 6 of the Convention, paragraph 4 is replaced by the following: 4. each Member State shall take the necessary measures to establish its jurisdiction over offences referred to 3, 3 bis, ter and quater 3 3 article, in cases where the alleged offender is situated in its territory and the alleged offender fails any of the Member States, which introduced its jurisdiction in accordance with article 1 and 2. Article 7 the following text is added as an annex to the Convention. Annex 1 Convention for the unlawful seizure of aircraft, the Hague, 16 December 1970. 2. Convention on the fight against illegal activities that jeopardise the security of civil aviation, adopted at Montreal on 23 September 1971. 3. Convention on the prevention of crime against persons enjoying international protection, also against diplomatic agents, and the punishment for such crimes, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 14 December 1973. 4. International Convention against the taking of hostages, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 17 December 1979. 5. Convention on the physical protection of nuclear material, adopted in Vienna on 26 October 1979. 6. Protocol for the Suppression of unlawful acts of violence at airports serving international aviation, which added to the Convention on the fight against illegal activities that jeopardise the security of civil aviation, adopted at Montreal on 24 February 1988. 7. Protocol on the illegal activity to strengthen the security of the platform in the continental shelf, adopted in Rome on 10 March 1988. 8. International Convention on the fight against terrorist bombings Act, adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1997 on 15 December. 9. International Convention for the Suppression of the financing of terrorism, adopted by the UN General Assembly on 9 December 1999. 8. Article 8 of the Convention article 1 paragraph 1 is replaced by the following text. 1. the Member State (the "flag State") the master of any other Member State (the "beneficiary") the authorities can put any person, if Captain reasonably believes that it is committing offences referred to 3, 3 bis and 3 ter or quater 3 article. 2. The following text is added as article 8 bis of the Convention. 8 bis 1. Member States shall cooperate on the widest possible scale, in accordance with international law to prevent and combat unlawful acts covered by this Convention, and, as soon as possible, respond to requests pursuant to this article. 2. Each request in accordance with this article shall, if possible, indicate the suspect ship name, IMO identification number, the port, the port of origin and destination, as well as any other relevant information. If the request is expressed orally, then the requesting Member State, as quickly as possible, confirm the request in writing. The requested Party shall immediately confirm that received a written or oral request. 3. Member States shall take into account the dangers and difficulties associated with boarding vessels at sea and searching its cargo, and consider whether other appropriate measures agreed between the States concerned, is more secure and whether it can take the next port of call or elsewhere. 4. a Member State which has reasonable suspicion that a ship which come under its flag, has done, or is being made of the offence referred to in 3, 3 bis and 3 ter or quater article 3, may request the assistance of another Member State or in the prevention of the offence. Member States shall make all efforts, to provide such assistance, using the resources available to them. 5. If a Member State ("requesting party") enforcement authority employee or other authorized officer finds that a vessel flying the flag of a Member State or of another could be established in the other Member State (the "first party"), located in the sea of any State's territorial waters, and the requesting party has the reasonable suspicion that the ship or a person on Board that vessel was, is or will be involved in the offence referred to 3, 3 bis 3. met or 3. quater and article, the requesting party wants to climb aboard the ship: (a)) according to point 1 and 2, asked to confirm the nationality of the first party requirements and, b) where nationality has been approved, the applicant party requests the first party (hereinafter called the flag State) permission to Board and to take appropriate measures related to ships, including the ship's suspension , boarding ships and vessels, cargo and people searches, as well as for persons on board hearings to determine whether it is done, is done, or will be, of the offence referred to in 3, 3 bis and 3 ter or quater and article 3 (c)) the flag State of the ship: i) the party requesting authorization to Board and to take appropriate measures referred to in paragraph 5 (b)) and subject to any conditions it may impose in accordance with paragraph 7, or ii) designate to climb on board and the ship's crawling out of its law-enforcement officers or other officials, or (iii) climb on board and the ship) screening performed together with the requesting party, taking into account any conditions it may impose in accordance with paragraph 7, or (iv)) do not allow you to Board and take it. The requesting party must not climb on board vessels and carry out the measures referred to in paragraph 5 (b)), if it has not received the authorization of the flag State. (d)) after the deposit of instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession by Member States following the report to the Secretary-General that, with respect to ships flying its flag, which installed its registration mark, the requesting party is given permission to climb on board and search the vessel, its cargo and persons, as well as to question the persons on board in order to find and verify their nationality documents and determine whether it is done are made or will be made an offence referred to in 3, 3 bis, 4 ter or quater article 3, if the four hours the first party has confirmed that it has received a request to confirm the nationality, e) after the deposit of instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession by Member States following the report to the Secretary-General that, with respect to ships flying its flag, which installed its registration mark, the requesting party is authorized to Board and search the vessel , its cargo and persons on board, as well as to question the persons on board, to determine whether it is done, is done, or will be, of the offence referred to in 3, 3 bis and 3 ter or quater 3 article. The statements made under this paragraph may be withdrawn at any time. 6. If, after the boarding, carried out in accordance with this article, has proven an act described in 3., 3 bis, ter or quater 3 3 article, the flag State may authorize the requesting party to detain vessels, cargo and the vessel until the deployment of persons receiving instructions from the flag State of the ship. The requesting Party shall provide information immediately to the flag State of the vessel for boarding, search and seizure, carried out pursuant to this article, the results. The requesting party to the flag State of the vessel immediately also gives information about the illegal evidence of conduct that is not mentioned in the Convention. 7. The flag State under the other provisions of this Convention by providing authorization in accordance with article 5 or 6, can be applied to individual conditions, including the additional information from the requesting party as well as the conditions relating to responsibility for the measures to be taken and these measures. Not to take additional measures, if not received the authorization of the flag State, except those necessary to prevent a threat to human life, or if the measures deriving from relevant bilateral or multilateral agreements. 8. In connection with the ascent to the Board, made in accordance with this article, the flag State has the right to exercise jurisdiction over the vessel, cargo or other objects and persons on board, including detention, forfeiture, arrest and prosecution. But the flag State in accordance with its Constitution and legislation may agree that the jurisdiction is in use by another State that has jurisdiction, in accordance with article 6. 9. the activities authorized under this article, the use of force should be avoided, except when this is necessary to guarantee the on board existing officers and the safety of persons, or where the officials are prevented from performing the actions allowed. The use of force in accordance with this article shall not exceed the minimum degree necessary and acceptable in the circumstances. 10. security measures. (a)) where a Member State takes measures against a ship pursuant to this article, it shall: (i)) take due account of the need not to endanger people's safety of life at sea, ii) ensures that all existing persons on board are treated by respecting human dignity and under applicable rules of international law, including international human rights, (iii)) shall ensure that the ascent to the ship and searches in accordance with this article shall be in accordance with applicable international law , iv) take due account of the ship and its cargo security and protection, v) take due account of the need to comply with the flag State economic or legal interests, vi) according to the means available to ensure that any action taken in connection with the ship or its cargo, in appropriate circumstances, is environmentally friendly, VII) ensure that existing persons on board against whom proceedings may be commenced in connection with any offence referred to 3, 3 bis and 3 ter or quater, provides in article 3 article 10 protection referred to in paragraph 2, regardless of location, VIII) ensure that the ship's captain is informed of its intention to climb on board, and he has or will be given the opportunity to contact the owner of the ship and the flag State of the vessel as soon as possible, and (ix)) reasonably necessary measures to the ship being unduly detained or delayed. (b)) If the flag State of the ship give permission to board a per se does not increase its responsibility, the Member States shall be liable for any damages, injury or losses incurred as a result of the measures taken pursuant to this article if: (i) the reasons for the measure) this proves insufficient, provided that the vessel has not committed any action in support of the measures taken, or (ii)) these measures are unlawful or exceed those that, given the available information, reasonably necessary to implement the provisions of this article. Member States provide legal protection in relation to such damage, injury or loss. c) where a Member State takes measures against a vessel under this Convention, it shall duly report the need not to interfere with or to affect: (i)) of a coastal State rights and obligations and jurisdiction according to international maritime law, or (ii)) the flag State to exercise jurisdiction and powers to control the administrative, technical and social matters relating to the ship. (d)) any made in accordance with this article shall take measures, law enforcement officer or other authorised officials from warships or military aircraft, or other ships or aircraft clearly marked and identifiable, that is they are a public service and is authorised to operate, and the provisions of this article shall apply notwithstanding articles 2 and 2 bis. e) of this article, "law enforcement officer or other authorized officials" are law enforcement or other government employees, which is certainly recognizable uniformēt or otherwise. In order to achieve the objectives of law enforcement under this Convention, the law enforcement officer or other authorized officials boarding the Board presented its captain Government issued identification documents. 11. This article does not apply to boarding the ship, which under international law by any Member State, when the ship is in its territorial waters, as well as restrict access to it, including the ascent to the Board, on the basis of the law, as well as visits to provide assistance to persons, ships or property in danger, or is at risk, or to perform law enforcement or other action based on the authorisation of the flag State. 12. Member States are encouraged to create standardized operating procedures for joint operations carried out pursuant to this article and, where appropriate, consult with other Member States to harmonise such standardized operating procedures. 13. In order to facilitate law enforcement operations carried out in accordance with this article, the Member States may conclude agreements or arrangements. 14. each Member State shall take appropriate measures to ensure that law enforcement officials or other authorized officials of other Member States, as well as the parties ' law enforcement officer or other authorized officials, acting on their behalf, is authorised to carry out activities pursuant to this article. 15. upon the deposit of instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession deposit of each Member State shall designate the authority or, where necessary, authorities to receive and respond to requests for assistance, confirmation of nationality, as well as provide the authority to take the appropriate measures. Information on this discovery, including contact information, within one month after becoming a Member State party to transmit to the Secretary General, within one month after the discovery of this information to all other Member States. Each Member State shall immediately inform the Secretary-General, if the other body or change this authority contact numbers. Article 9 paragraph 2 of article 10 is replaced by the following text. 2. any person detained by or subject to any other measures or proceedings instituted under this Convention shall ensure fair treatment, including all the rights and guarantees under the national law of the State in whose territory that person resides, and the rules of international law, including international human rights. 1. Article 10 article 11 1, 2, 3 and 4 shall be replaced by the following text. 1. the offences referred to in 3, 3 bis, ter and quater 3 3 article, considered included at all between the Member States parties to contracts concluded on extradition as a violation for which you can apply. Member States undertake to include such offences in any treaty concluded between them on extradition as a violation for which you can apply. 2. If the Member State which carry out extradition on condition that the contract has been concluded on extradition, extradition request received from another Member State with which it has concluded extradition treaty, the requested Party in relation to offences referred to 3, 3 bis, ter and quater 3 3 article, may consider this Convention as the legal basis for extradition. The extradition of the other conditions laid down in the law of the requested Member State. 3. Member States in which extradition is not dependent on the conclusion of the agreement on extradition, reciprocal recognition of the offence mentioned in 3, 3 bis, ter and quater 3 3 article, for offences which can be applied to issues, subject to the conditions provided for in the law of the requested Member State. 4. for the purposes of Extradition between States parties, where appropriate, an offence referred to in 3, 3 bis and 3 ter, quater, in article 3 may be considered to be done not only in the place in which they are committed, but also to place within its jurisdiction in which a Member State seeking extradition. 2. The following text is added as article 11 bis of the Convention. 11. bis picking or mutual legal assistance for the purpose of any of the offences referred to in 3, 3 bis, 4 ter or quater article 3, shall not be regarded as a political offence or as an offence connected with a political offence or an offence committed for political motives. Thus, extradition or mutual legal assistance based on such an offence may not be refused, stating only that it is a political crime or an offence related to a political offence, or an offence committed for political motives. 3. The following text is added as article 11 of the Convention met. 11. ter article this Convention shall not be interpreted as meaning that extradition or mutual legal assistance would be subject to the obligation, where the requested Member State has reasonable grounds for believing that the request for extradition for offences mentioned in 3, 3 bis and 3 ter or quater 3 article, or for mutual legal assistance with the following crimes filed to persons accused or convicted of that person's race, religion , nationality, ethnic origin, political opinion or gender, or if this needs can be harmful to that person's position for any of these reasons. 11. Article 12 of the Convention article 1 paragraph 1 is replaced by the following text. 1. Member States shall provide the greatest possible assistance in connection with criminal proceedings, undertaken in relation to the offences referred to 3, 3 bis, ter and quater 3 3 article, including assistance in the conduct of these countries for the taking of evidence necessary for the proceedings. 2. The following text is added as article 12 bis of the Convention. 12 bis 1. A Person detained or serving sentences in the territory of one Member State and who need a presence in another Member State in order to carry out identification, provide testimony or otherwise facilitate the taking of evidence in the investigation or prosecution of offences referred to 3, 3 bis, ter and quater 3 3 article, can be transferred if the following conditions are met: (a) the person concerned gives) informed consent and (b)), the competent authorities of the two countries agreed the conditions these countries considers appropriate. 2. for the purposes of this article: (a) the State to which the) person is moving, has the authority and obligation to keep the displaced persons in detention, if one country from which the person was moved, not asking or dictate otherwise, b) to the State to which the person is transferred immediately to do my duty to get people back in the custody of the State from which the person was transferred, subject to the pre-existing agreements or other agreements concluded by the two countries ' competent authorities , c) country to which the person is transferred shall not require the State from which the person was transferred to initiate extradition proceedings, on the arrival of this person back, d) displaced persons izciešam soda, it served the country from which it was displaced, reduced for so long, how long a person spent in detention, the country to which it was moved. 3. If the Member State from which the person to be transferred in accordance with this article, does not object, then this person, regardless of her nationality, the country to which it will be moved, not accusing or detained, or prejudice its freedom in connection with the activities and convictions that occurred before the person's departure from the national territory, from which it was moved. Article 12 article 13 of the Convention shall be replaced by the following text. 1. Member States shall cooperate in order to prevent offences referred to 3, 3 bis, ter and quater 3 3 article, in particular: (a)) the practical arrangements for the territories of countries concerned avoid preparations that offences committed in their territory or outside, b) exchanging information under their national law and coordinating administrative and other measures, which according to prevent their committing the offences mentioned in 3. 3. bis, ter and quater 3 3 article. 2. If the offence was committed, provided 3, 3 bis and 3 ter or quater, in article 3 is delayed or interrupted any of the ship's movement, the Member State in whose territory the vessel, passengers or crew, do everything possible to prevent a ship, its passengers, crew or cargo hold or undue delay. Article 13 article 14 of the Convention is replaced by the following text. Any Member who has reason to believe that an offence will be referred to 3, 3 bis and 3 ter or quater, in article 3, in accordance with national law as quickly as possible, provide the appropriate information to those countries, which in its opinion might have jurisdiction in accordance with article 6. Article 14 of the Convention, article 15, paragraph 3 is replaced by the following text. 3. in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 of the information provided by the Secretary-General to all States parties, the members of the Organization and to the other participating countries, as well as relevant international intergovernmental organizations. Article 15 Interpretation and application of the Convention and this Protocol 1 of the relationship between the parties to this Protocol shall be considered and interpreted as a single document. 2.1-16 of the Convention, as amended by article with this Protocol, together with the Protocol on article 17-24 and the attached annex shall be considered and called the 2005 Convention on the unlawful action against maritime safety (2005 SUA Convention). Article 16 the following text is added as article 16 bis of the Convention. the 2005 Convention on the unlawful action against maritime safety on final provisions of the 2005 Convention on the unlawful action against maritime safety on final provisions is the 1988 Convention on unlawful activities against the safety of navigation of the 2005 Protocol against the 17-Article 24. References to the States parties referred to in this Convention shall be construed as references to the Protocol of 2005 to the Member States. Final provisions article 17 signature, ratification, acceptance, approval and accession 1 this Protocol may be signed at the headquarters of the organization from 14 February 2006-2007 13 February, and then can join it. 2. States may express their consent to the commitment under this Protocol: a) signature without reservation in respect of ratification, acceptance or approval, or (b)) by signing, which shall be subject to ratification, acceptance or approval followed by ratification, acceptance or approval, or (c)) with accession. 3. Ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall be effected by depositing with the Secretary General of relevant documents. 4. the following may become party to this Protocol, only countries that signed the Convention without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval, or ratified, accepted, approved or acceded to the Convention. Article 18 entry into force 1 this Protocol shall enter into force on the date on which the ninety days have elapsed from the date on which twelve States have signed it without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval or have deposited with the Secretary-General of the instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession. 2. State that deposits an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession in respect of this Protocol after the conditions in paragraph 1 are fulfilled on entry into force, the ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall enter into force ninety days have elapsed since the date of such deposit. Article 19 denunciation 1. Any Protocol, a Member State may denounce this Protocol at any time after the entry into force of this Protocol in that country. 2. Denunciation shall be effected by the deposit with the Secretary-General of its denunciation of the document. 3. The denunciation shall take effect one year from the date of receipt by the Secretary-General of the instrument of denunciation, or after a longer time as may be specified in the denunciation of the document. Article 20 revision and Amendment 1. Organization may convene a Conference to review or amend the Protocol. 2. this Protocol shall be convened by the Secretary-general of the Conference of the parties of the Member States, the purpose of revising or amending this Protocol, at the request of one third of the parties or of the Member States, ten Member States of the Protocol, whichever number is greater. 3. Any instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession deposited after the date of entry into force of the amendments to this Protocol, shall apply to the amended Protocol. Article 21 declarations 1. Depositing an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, a Member State which is not party to any of the treaties listed in the annex may declare that, in the application of this Protocol to that Member State, this Agreement shall not be deemed to be included in article 3 ter. This declaration is no longer valid as soon as this Treaty enters into force for that Member State, which shall report thereon to the Secretary-General. 2. If one of the treaties listed in the annex to a Member State is no longer bound by it in connection with this contract may make a declaration as provided in this article. 3. the instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession deposit of a Member State may declare that it will apply the provisions of article 3 ter, in accordance with the principles of criminal law concerning family exemptions from liability. Article 22 amendment of the Annex 1 of the Annex may be amended, by adding the appropriate agreements, if: (a) they shall be open to all) countries, (b)), they have entered into force, and (c)) it is ratified, accepted, approved or acceded to the Protocol at least twelve Member States. 2. After the entry into force of this Protocol, any Member may propose an amendment to the annex. Any offers on the amendments in writing sent to the Secretary-General. The Secretary-General shall circulate any amendment proposal to all members of the organization if it meets the requirements of paragraph 1 of this Protocol, and waiting for the agreement of the parties, of the Member States for the adoption of the proposed amendments. 3. The proposed amendment to the annex shall be deemed accepted once the twelve Member States of this Protocol, the Secretary-General sent written statements that agree. 4. the Adopted amendment to the annex shall enter into force thirty days from the date on which the Secretary-General deposited the instrument of ratification, acceptance or approval of the dokuument, and it refers to those Member States parties to this Protocol, which deposited the said document. For each Member State to this Protocol, that amendment shall be subject to ratification, acceptance or approval by the Secretary-General following the twelfth, this amendment shall enter into force thirty days from the date on which that State deposited its instrument of ratification, acceptance or approval. Article 23 depositary 1 this Protocol and in accordance with any 20 and article 22 of the adoption of an amendment shall be deposited with the Secretary-General. 2. the Secretary-General shall: (a)) inform all States which have signed this Protocol or acceded thereto of: (i)) each new instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession or signature of the deposit and the date, (ii)) date of entry into force of the present Protocol, III) of any denunciation of this Protocol by deposit of the document, as well as the date when it is received, and the date when the denunciation takes effect, iv) any communication made through any article of this Protocol , v) any proposal to amend the annex, expressed in accordance with article 22, paragraph 2, vi) any amendment deemed to have been accepted in accordance with article 22, paragraph 3, VII) any amendment ratified, accepted or approved in accordance with article 22, paragraph 4, as well as of the date on which the amendment enters into force, and (b)) this Protocol send certified copies thereof to all States which have signed or acceded to this Protocol. 3. Immediately after the entry into force of this Protocol, the Secretary-General shall transmit a certified copy of this text to the Secretary-General of the United Nations for registration and publication in accordance with the United Nations Charter, article 102. Article 24 languages This Protocol is drawn up in a single copy in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, each text being equally authentic. In London, the year two thousand and five in the fourteenth of October. In witness thereof, the undersigned, being duly authorised thereto, have signed this Protocol.     Protocol for the Suppression of unlawful acts against the continental shelf in the safety of the fixed platform Protocol in 2005, the Member States of this Protocol, being parties to the Protocol for the Suppression of unlawful acts against the fixed platform located on the continental shelf of security, adopted in Rome on 10 March 1988, recognizing that the reasons for which developed the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention for the prevention of illegal activities against the safety of maritime navigation, also apply to fixed platforms located on the continental shelf which, having regard to the provisions of this Protocol have agreed as follows. Article 1 of this Protocol: 1. "the 1988 Protocol, is a protocol for an" illegal activity against the fixed platform located on the continental shelf of security, adopted in Rome on 10 March 1988, 2. "organization" means the International Maritime Organization and the Secretary-General "3" is the Secretary-General of the organisation. Article 2 of the 1988 Protocol article 1, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following text. 1. Convention on the prevention of unlawful acts against the safety of maritime navigation, as amended by the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention for the unlawful acts against the safety of maritime navigation, article 1, paragraph 1 c, d, e))), f, g), (h))) and paragraph 2 (a), subparagraph 2 bis), 5, 5 bis, and article 7, and article 10-16. including 11 bis, ter and 11 12 bis, the provisions apply mutatis mutandis to the offences referred to in this Protocol, 2 bis and 2 ter 2 article, if these offences are committed on the continental shelf or of the ship against the fixed platforms. 3. ARTICLE 1 of the 1988 Protocol. Article 2, paragraph 1 (d)) shall be replaced by the following: (d)) with any means place or contribute to the fact that the fixed platform is placed in a device or substance that can destroy the fixed platform or endanger its security. 2. the 1988 Protocol is deleted article 2, paragraph 1 (e)). 3. the 1988 Protocol, article 2, paragraph 2 is replaced by the following text. 2. any person commits an offence if that person presents a threat to the country's legislation, with or without conditions provided that this threat aims to compel a natural or legal person to perform or not to perform any act, to commit any of paragraph 1 (b)), and (c) the offences referred to), if they present a threat to the security of the fixed platform. 1. Article 4 shall be inserted as the text of article 2 bis. 2. bis any person commits an offence within the meaning of this Protocol if that person unlawfully and intentionally, if this activity aims, nature or context, is to intimidate a population or compel a Government or an international organisation to perform or abstain from performing any act: (a)) use against fixed platform or from the output of any explosive, radioactive substances or biological, chemical or nuclear weapons in a way that causes or is likely to cause death or serious injury or injury, or (b) discharge from hospital) platforms oil, liquefied natural gas, or other hazardous or noxious substances which are not mentioned in (a)), in such quantities or concentrations that result or may result in death or serious injury, or threat of injury, or c), according to the national legislation, with or without conditions, to do some a) or (b) the offences referred to in subparagraph). 2. The following text is inserted as article 2 ter. 2. the article met any person commits an offence within the meaning of this Protocol if that person: (a) unlawfully and intentionally) injure or kill any person to commit any of the article 2, paragraph 1, or 2. the offences referred to in article 8 bis, or b) attempts to commit offences referred to in article 2, paragraph 1 of article 2 bis, paragraph 1 or 2 or this article), or (c)) is an accomplice in the offence referred to in article 2, 2 bis (a) of this article) or or (b), or (d))) organizes or directs others to an offence referred to in article 2, 2 bis (a) of this article) or or (b)), or e) to facilitate the group, which works with a single purpose, with the intention of committing one or more offences referred to in article 2. 2 bis (a) of this article) or or (b)): (i)) with a view to promoting this group of criminal activity or criminal purpose of the group, where such activity or purpose involves 2 or 2. bis offence referred to in article 8, or (ii)) the intention of the Group aware of the draw 2 or 2. bis the offence referred to in article. 5. ARTICLE 1 of the 1988 Protocol. Article 3, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following text. 1. each Member State shall take the necessary measures to establish its jurisdiction over the offences referred to in 2, 2 bis and 2 ter, if this article. the offence shall be made: (a)) against or on a fixed platform, at a time when it is in this country's continental shelf, a or b) these national. 2. the 1988 Protocol, article 3, paragraph 3 is replaced by the following text. 3. any Member State which introduced the jurisdiction referred to in paragraph 2, shall notify the Secretary-General. If the Member State then later repealed this jurisdiction, it shall notify the Secretary-General. 3. the 1988 Protocol, article 3, paragraph 4 is replaced by the following text. 4. each Member State shall take the necessary measures to establish its jurisdiction over the offences referred to in 2, 2 bis and 2 ter. Article, in cases where the alleged offender is situated in its territory, and this Member State fails for any of the alleged offender from the Member States, which introduced its jurisdiction in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2. Article 6 interpretation and application 1.1988 Protocol and the Protocol in relations between the Member States of this Protocol is considered and interpreted as a single document. 2. the 1988 Protocol to article 1-4, as modified by the Protocol, this Protocol together 8.-Article 13 shall be considered and called 2005 the Protocol for the prevention of unlawful activities against the continental shelf in the fixed platform security (2005 SUA fixed platform Protocol). Article 7 the following text is added as Article 4bis of the Protocol. Final provisions in the 2005 Protocol for the prevention of unlawful activities against the continental shelf in the stationary platform security, prevention of the final provisions in the 2005 Protocol on such unlawful activities against the continental shelf in the stationary platform security, prevention is 8.-Article 13 of the Protocol in 2005, developed at the 1988 Protocol on the illegal activity against the continental shelf in the safety of the fixed platform , prevention. References to the Member States referred to in this Protocol, be construed as references to the Protocol of 2005 to the Member States. Final provisions article 8 signature, ratification, acceptance, approval and accession 1 this Protocol may be signed at the headquarters of the organization from 14 February 2006-2007 13 February, and after that date can still join. 2. States may express their consent to be bound by this Protocol: (a) sign a Protocol) ratification, acceptance or approval, or (b) without a reservation) with that signature subject to ratification, acceptance or approval, followed by ratification and acceptance or approval, or (c)) with accession. 3. Ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall be effected by the deposit with the Secretary-General of relevant documents. 4. the Member States of this Protocol may be the only country that has either signed the 1988 Protocol without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval, or ratified, accepted, approved or acceded to the 1988 Protocol. Article 9 entry into force 1 this Protocol shall enter into force on the date on which the last ninety days from the date on which three States have signed it without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval or have deposited with the Secretary-General of the instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession. However, this Protocol shall not enter into force before the entry into force of the Protocol of 2005 to the Convention on unlawful acts against the safety of maritime navigation, prevention. 2. State that deposits an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession in respect of this Protocol after the conditions in paragraph 1 are fulfilled on entry into force, the ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall enter into force ninety days have elapsed since the date of such deposit. Article 10 denunciation 1. Any Protocol, a Member State may denounce this Protocol at any time after the date on which it enters into force in the country. 2. Denunciation shall be effected by the deposit with the Secretary-General of its denunciation of the document. 3. the denunciation shall take effect one year after the date on which the Secretary-General of the instrument of denunciation, or after a longer time that may be specified in the denunciation of the document. Article 11 revision and Amendment 1. Organization may convene a Conference to review or amend the Protocol. 2. the Secretary-General shall convene the Conference of the parties to this Protocol, the purpose of revising or amending the Protocol, at the request of one third of the Member States or Member States, five minutes no matter which number is greater. 3. the amended Protocol applies any instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession deposited after the date of entry into force of amendments to this Protocol. Article 12 depositary 1 this Protocol and any in accordance with article 11 of the adoption of an amendment shall be deposited with the Secretary-General. 2. the Secretary-General shall: (a)) inform all States which have signed or acceded to this Protocol of: (i)) every new deposit of instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession or signature and its date of deposit, (ii)) date of entry into force of the present Protocol, III) any denunciation of this Protocol by deposit of the document, as well as the date when it is received, and the date when the denunciation takes effect, iv) any notice required pursuant to this Protocol, any article and (b)) this Protocol send certified copies thereof to all States which have signed or acceded to this Protocol. 3. As soon as this Protocol enters into force, the Secretary-General shall transmit a certified copy of this text to the Secretary-General of the United Nations for registration and publication in accordance with the United Nations Charter, article 102. Article 13 languages this Protocol is drawn up in a single copy in the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, each text being equally authentic. In London, the year two thousand and five in the fourteenth of October. In witness thereof, the undersigned, being duly authorised thereto, have signed this Protocol.