The 1984 Protocol On Amendments To The Convention On International Civil Aviation

Original Language Title: Par 1984.gada Protokolu par grozījumiem Konvencijā par starptautisko civilo aviāciju

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: for the 1984 Protocol on amendments to the Convention on international civil aviation article 1. 10 May 1984 in Montreal signed the Protocol on amendments to the Convention on international civil aviation (hereinafter referred to as the Protocol) with this law is adopted and approved. 2. article. The law shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation. With the law put the Protocol in English, and its translation into Latvian language. 3. article. Protocol shall enter into force for the period specified in article 4 and in order, and on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs notified the newspaper "journal". The Parliament adopted the law of 28 January. The President g. Ulmanis in Riga in 1999 on February 11, relating to an amendment Protocol to the Convention on International Civil Aviation Signed at Montreal on 10 May 1984, the ASSEMBLY OF the INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION HAVING met in its Twenty-fifth Session (Extraordinary) at Montreal on 10 May 1984, HAVING NOTED that it is to avoid friction and to desirabl promote that cooperation between Nations and peoples upon which the peace of the world will depend , HAVING NOTED that it is not international civil aviation cessary that may be developed in a safe and orderly manner, HAVING NOTED that in keeping with elementary considerations of humanity the safety and the lives of persons on board civil aircraft must be assured, HAVING NOTED that the Convention on International Civil in Aviation done at Chicago on the seventh day of December 1944 the contracting States recognize that > every State has complete and exclusive sovereignty over the airspac of the above it is territory = > undertak, when issuing regulations for their aircraft, that they will have due regard for the safety of navigation of civil aircraft, and agree not to > use civil aviation for any purpose inconsistent with the aims of the Convention, HAVING NOTED the resolve of the contracting States to take appropriate measure to prevent the designated the violation of other States ' airspac and the use of civil aviation for the purpose inconsistent with the aims of the Convention and to enhance further the safety of international civil aviation, HAVING NOTED the general desire of contracting States to reaffirm the principle of non-use of weapon against civil aircraft in flight, 1. DECIDE that the it is therefore to amend the desirabl the Convention on International Civil Aviation done at Chicago on the seventh day of December 1944, 2. APPROVE, in accordanc with the provision of article 94 (a) of the Convention aforesaid , the following proposed amendment to the said Convention: Insert, after article 3, (a) in article 3 bis: mew "article 3 bis (a), the contracting States recognize that every State must refrain from resorting to the use of a weapon against civil aircraft in flight and that, in case of interception, the lives of persons on board and the safety of aircraft must not be endangered. This provision shall not be interpreted as modifying in any way the rights and obligations of States set forth in the Charter of the United Nations. (b) the contracting States recognize that every State, in the exercise of its sovereignty, is entitled to require the landing at some designated airport of a civil aircraft flying above its territory without authority or if there are reasonable grounds to conclud that it is being used for any purpose inconsistent with the aims of this Convention; It may also give such aircraft any other instructions to put an end to such violation. For this purpose, the contracting States may resort to any appropriate means consistent with relevant rules of international law, including the relevant provision of this Convention, specifically paragraph (a) of this article. Each contracting State to either publish it is agreat regulations in force regarding the interception of civil aircraft. (c) Every civil aircraft shall comply with an order given in conformity with paragraph (b) of this article. To this end, each contracting State shall establish all non provision in its national cessary laws or regulations make such compliance mandatory for any civil aircraft registered in that State or operated by an operator who has his principal place of business or permanent residence in that State. Each contracting State shall make any violation of such applicable laws or regulations by sever punishabl in penalties and shall submit the case to its competent in accordanc with its laws or regulations. (d) Each contracting State shall take appropriate measure to the deliberate prohibi use of any civil aircraft registered in that State or operated by an operator who has his principal place of business or permanent residence in that State for any purpose inconsistent with the aims of this Convention. This provision shall not (a) or paragraph affec derogat forms paragraph (b) and (c) of this article. ", 3. SPECIFIED, pursuan to the provision of the said article 94 (a) of the said Convention, one hundred and two as the number of contracting States upon whose ratification the proposed amendment aforesaid shall come into force, and the RESOLVE that 4 the Secretary General of the International Civil Aviation Organization draw up a Protocol , in the English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, each of which shall be of equal authenticity, embodying the proposed amendment above-mentioned and the matter hereinafter appearing: (a) the Protocol shall be signed) by the President of the Assembly and its Secretary General. (b) the Protocol shall be open) the ratification by any State which has ratified or adhered to the said Convention on International Civil Aviation. (c) the instrument of ratification) shall be deposited with the International Civil Aviation Organization. (d) the Protocol shall come) into force in respect of the States which have ratified it on the date on which the one hundred and second instrument of ratification is so deposited. (e) The Secretary General shall immediately) notify all contracting States of the date of deposit of each ratification of the Protocol. (f) The Secretary General shall notify) all States parties to the said Convention of the date on which the Protocol comes into force. g) With respect to any contracting State ratifying the Protocol after the date aforesaid, the Protocol shall come into force upon deposit of its instrument of ratification with the International Civil Aviation Organization. CONSEQUENTLY, pursuan to the aforesaid action of the Assembly, this Protocol has been drawn up by the Secretary General of the Organization. In WITNESS WHEREOF, the President and the Secretary General of the aforesaid Twenty-fifth Session (Extraordinary) of the Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization, being authorized by the Assembly, theret sign this Protocol. Done at Montreal on the 10th day of May of the year one thousand nine hundred and eighty-four, in a single document in the English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, each text being equally authentic. This Protocol shall remain deposited in the archives of the International Civil Aviation Organization, and certified thereof shall be transmitted by the cop to the Secretary General of the Organization to all States parties to the Convention on International Civil Aviation done at Chicago on the seventh day of December 1944.

Assad Kotait Yves Lambert is President of the 25th Session (Extraordinary) of the Assembly Secretary General Protocol on amendments to the Convention on international civil aviation

Signed in Montreal on May 10, 1984 in the international CIVIL Aviation Organization Assembly meeting at its twenty-sixth (extraordinary) session in Montreal 10 May 1984, given that international civil aviation can make a major contribution to the world and people's friendship and mutual understanding in the creation and preservation, while its abuse may compromise the overall security, taking into account that it is desirable to avoid friction and to promote the cooperation of State and nation from which is dependent on peace in the world, taking into account the need for international civil aviation to develop safe and peaceful, considering that, in accordance with the elementary considerations of humanity must ensure civil aircraft safety of persons and the life, given that the Convention on international civil aviation, signed in Chicago on 7 December 1944, in the Contracting States: > recognizes that each State has complete and exclusive sovereignty over the airspace above its territory , undertake, assuming > rules which must be complied with by the State aircraft, with due attention to the civil air navigation safety, and agrees with > not to use civil aviation for any purposes which do not meet the objectives of the Convention, taking into account the commitment of the Government to take the necessary measures to prevent other violations of airspace and civil aviation use purposes, which do not meet the objectives of the Convention, and to promote further international civil aviation security increases considering that the Contracting States express a general desire to reaffirm the principle of non-use of weapons against civil aircraft in flight, 1) should therefore be amended accordingly decides that the Convention on international civil aviation, signed in Chicago on 7 December 1944; 2) approved in accordance with article 94 of the Convention referred to "a" item, the following provisions of the proposed amendments to the Convention article 3: after you insert a new 3 bis: "3 bis (a)) the Contracting States recognize that every State must refrain from the use of weapons against civil aircraft in flight and that, in the case of interception does not endanger the aircraft, persons present the life and safety of the aircraft. This provision should not be interpreted as a United Nations national statutory rights and obligations; (b)) the Contracting States recognize that every State, exercising their sovereignty, have the right to request that a civil aircraft flying without permission over the territory of the said State, or civil aircraft, for which there is a reasonable suspicion that their use does not comply with the objectives of the Convention, sitting around a specific airport; It can give the said aircraft and other steps to prevent such abuses. To this effect, Contracting States may use any appropriate measures that do not conflict with the relevant international law, including the provisions of this Convention and, in particular, paragraph "a" of this article. Each Contracting State agrees to publish their rules relating to the interception of civil aircraft; c) every civil aircraft executed a command that is given under point "b" of this article. To this end, each Contracting States shall include in their national laws and regulations all the necessary provisions to ensure that they met in that country registered aircraft or aircraft whose operator's permanent place of business or headquarters location is in the country. Each Contracting State shall determine strict penalties for any such act or violation of the law and in accordance with its laws and regulations shall refer the matter to their competent authorities; d) each Contracting State shall take the necessary measures to prevent the civilian registered aircraft or aircraft used by an operator for which a permanent place of business or headquarters location is within its territory, is used in this Convention not fit for purpose. This provision does not affect the point "a" of this article, and this article is not "b" and "c" points. ". 3. notes that, in accordance with the said article 94 of the Convention "(a)" rules of the proposed amendment shall enter into force after being ratified by 102 Contracting States, and 4 States that the international civil aviation organization draw up a Protocol by the Secretary-General in English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, all texts being equally authentic, and that amendment and include the following provisions: (a) the signature of the Protocol) the President and the Secretary General of the Assembly; (b) the Protocol is open to ratification) in each country, which ratified the Convention on international civil aviation or acceded to it; (c) the instruments of ratification are deposited) international civil aviation organization; (d)) States which have ratified the Protocol, it shall enter into force on the date of deposit of the second instrument of ratification, a hundred; (e)), the Secretary-General shall immediately notify all Contracting States of the deposit of instruments of ratification of this Protocol, each of the following day; (f)), the Secretary-General shall notify all the contracting of that Convention on the date of entry into force of the Protocol; g) each Contracting State that ratified the Protocol by that date, the Protocol shall enter into force after the date of deposit of its instrument of ratification instrument deposited with the international civil aviation organization. The result, according to the Assembly's activities, the protocol prepared by the Secretary-General. In witness whereof, the international civil aviation organization Assembly that the twenty-fifth (extraordinary) session the President and the Secretary-General, mandated by the Assembly, sign this Protocol. Signed in Montreal, one thousand nine hundred and eighty-fourth of 10 may in the form of a single document in the English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, each text being equally authentic. This Protocol shall be deposited in the international civil aviation organization's archives, but a certified copy sent by the Secretary-General to all States which are party to the 1944 Chicago December 7, signed the Convention on international civil aviation.

Assad Kotait is (Assad Kotait), Lambert Iv (Yves Lambert), Assembly (emergency) 25 session, the President of the Secretary-General



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