Resolution Of 28 May 1992 Of The General Technical Secretariat, On The Application Of Article 32 Of The Decree 801/1972, Concerning The Management Of The Activity Of The Administration Of The State In Respect Of International Treaties.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 28 de mayo de 1992, de la Secretaría General Técnica, sobre aplicación del artículo 32 del Decreto 801/1972, relativo a la ordenación de la actividad de la Administración del Estado en materia de Tratados Internacionales.

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In accordance with the provisions of article 32 of the 801/1972 Decree, 24 March, on management of the activity of the administration of the State in respect of international treaties, this technical General Secretariat has arranged publication for general knowledge of communications relating to international treaties, in which Spain is part, received in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs between January 1 and April 30, 1992.


A POLITICAL AND DIPLOMATIC.


A political Charter of the United Nations. San Francisco, June 26, 1945. 16 and 28 November 1990.


Federated States of Micronesia. on July 26, 1991.


Declaration that the Federated States of Micronesia in connection with the implementation by the Federated States of Micronesia as a member of the United Nations accepts the obligations contained in the Charter of the United Nations and solemnly undertakes to fulfil them. By resolution A/46/L.2, adopted by the General Assembly on 13 September 1991, the Federated States of Micronesia were admitted to membership in the United Nations. The Declaration was formally deposited on September 13, 1991.


Marshall Islands. on July 30, 1991. Declaration by the Government of the Marshall Islands in relation to the application for the Marshall Islands as a member of the United Nations accepts the obligations contained in the Charter of the United Nations and solemnly undertakes to fulfil them. By resolution A/46/L.3, adopted by the General Assembly on 13 September 1991, the Marshall Islands were admitted to membership in the United Nations. The Declaration was formally deposited on September 13, 1991.


Latvia. on September 3, 1991. Declaration by the Government of Latvia concerning the application by Latvia in his capacity as member of the United Nations accepts the obligations contained in the Charter of the United Nations and solemnly undertakes to fulfil them. By resolution A/46/L.5, adopted by the General Assembly on 13 September 1991, Latvia was admitted to membership in the United Nations. The Declaration was formally deposited on September 13, 1991.


Estonia.


on September 3, 1991. Declaration by the Government of Estonia, concerning the application by Estonia as a member of the United Nations accepts the obligations contained in the Charter of the United Nations and solemnly undertakes to fulfil them. By resolution A/46/L.4, adopted by the General Assembly on 13 September 1991, Estonia was admitted as a member of the United Nations. The Declaration was formally deposited on September 13, 1991.


Lithuania. on September 3, 1991. Declaration by the Government of Lithuania, in connection with the implementation by Lithuania as a member of the United Nations accepts the obligations contained in the Charter of the United Nations and solemnly undertakes to fulfil them. By resolution A/46/L.6, adopted by the General Assembly on 13 September 1991, Lithuania was admitted to membership in the United Nations. The Declaration was formally deposited on September 13, 1991.


Democratic People's Republic of Korea. on July 8, 1991. Declaration by the Government of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, in connection with the implementation by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea as a member of the United Nations accepts the obligations contained in the Charter of the United Nations and solemnly undertakes to fulfil them. By resolution A/46/L.1, adopted by the General Assembly on 13 September 1991, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea was admitted as a member of the United Nations. The Declaration was formally deposited on September 13, 1991. Republic of Korea.


on August 5, 1991. Declaration by the Government of the Republic of Korea, in connection with the application by the Republic of Korea as a member of the United Nations accepts the obligations contained in the Charter of the United Nations and solemnly undertakes to fulfil them. By resolution A/46/L.1, adopted by the General Assembly on 13 September 1991, the Republic of Korea was admitted as a member of the United Nations. The Declaration was formally deposited on September 13, 1991.


Russian Federation. on December 26, 1991. Verbal note: your Excellency Mr. Secretary-General: I have the honour to inform you that the Russian Federation (RSSFR) will take the place of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as a member of the United Nations, including the Security Council and all other organs and organizations of the United Nations, with the support of the States of the Commonwealth of independent States. In this regard, I would ask to use the name "Russian Federation", instead of the name "Union of Soviet Socialist Republics" in the United Nations.


The Russian Federation takes full responsibility for all the rights and obligations of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics according to the Charter of the United Nations, including the financial obligations.


Please accept this letter as a credential of the representation of the Russian Federation in the organs of the United Nations for all those who currently own credentials as representatives of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to the United Nations.


I take this opportunity to greet you with my most distinguished consideration.


His Excellency Mr. JAVIER PEREZ DE CUELLAR, Secretary general of the United Nations B.


YELTSIN President of the Republic socialist Soviet Federation of Russia German Democratic Republic. List of international treaties concluded between Spain and the former German Democratic Republic who have been extinguished with the establishment of the unity of Germany.


1. the final act of the negotiations for the resumption of diplomatic relations and joint statement. Signed March 4, 1977.


2. agreement on cultural and scientific cooperation. Signed on October 3, 1978. on February 17, 1979.


3. Economic and industrial cooperation agreement. Signature on October 20, 1983. January 20, 1984.


4. basic scientific and technical cooperation agreement. Signing on January 13, 1984. of 14 June 1985.


5. agreement on the international carriage of passengers and goods by road and Protocol established pursuant to article 20. Signature August 7, 1985. April 15, 1986.


6. agreement in the field of public health and science and medical research. He signed on April 8, 1986.


April 29, 1988.


7. Treaty on judicial assistance in civil matters. Signature 3 February 1988. of 19 May 1989.


8. Exchange of letters, articles of agreement, on the abolition of visas. Signature June 4 and June 6, 1990. Provisional application on 17 July.


A. human rights B. European Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms. Rome, 4 November 1950. on October 10, 1979.


Greece.


on November 29, 1991. Statement made in accordance with article 25 (3) of the Convention, renewed for a period of three years commencing on November 20, 1991, its acceptance of the competence of the European Commission of human rights.


Liechtenstein. on August 28, 1991. Renewal for a period of three years, from September 8, 1991, the Declaration concerning articles 25 and 46 concerning the powers of the Commission and the Court of human rights.


Greece. on July 18, 1991.


Statement made in accordance with article 46 (3) of the Convention, renewed for a period of three years from June 24, 1991, the jurisdiction of the European Court of human rights.


Cyprus. on February 7, 1992. Statement made in accordance with the 46 (3) of the Convention, renewed for a period of three years starting on January 24, 1992, the jurisdiction of the European Court of human rights.


Cyprus. on January 2, 1992. Notification in accordance with article 25 (3) of the Convention, renewed for a period of three years from 1 January 1992, the competition of the European Commission of human rights.


Malta. on February 12, 1992. Notification in accordance with articles 25 (3) and 46 (3) of the Convention, renewed for a period of five years from May 1, 1992, the competition Commission and the European Court of human rights.


Additional Protocol to the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms. Paris, 20 March 1952. January 12, 1991.


Federal Republic Czech and Slovak.


on March 18, 1992. Ratification.


Convention on the political rights of women. New York, 31 March 1953. April 23, 1974.


Federal Republic Czech and Slovak. on April 26, 1991. Withdrawal of reservation made by Czechoslovakia at the time of ratification.





European agreement number 31 on exemption of visas for refugees. Strasbourg, 20 April 1959. of 22 July 1982.


Finland. on July 26, 1991. Letter.


PERMANENT representation of Finland (Strasbourg) Dear Mr Harremoes: the Finnish authorities have asked me to keep it informed of the following:



On 4 July 1990, Finland signed and ratified the European Agreement on visa exemption for Refugees (Council of Europe, European treaties, Treaty number 31, on April 20, 1959). The Treaty entered into force in Finland on August 5, 1990.


Nevertheless, according to our authorities, in recent months there have been several incidents that point to the fact that the competent authorities of other Member States have not received enough information about the accession of Finland to the Treaty. In some cases, has refused the entry into another European country that is party to the Treaty to people travelling without a visa, but with a document issued by the Finnish authorities, refugee status on supposedly alleging as reason that Finland had not acceded to the Treaty.


In order to avoid similar misunderstandings in the future, I am grateful to transmit the contents of this letter for information on Governments that are party to this Treaty and which asked them to inform their competent authorities about it.


I take this opportunity to reiterate the assurances of my highest consideration.


Ulla Vaisto Chargé d'affaires a.i.


Mr. Erik Harremoes Director, Directorate for Legal Affairs Council of Europe Convention International on Elimination of all forms of racial discrimination. New York, 7 March 1966. May 17, 1969, on November 5, 1982.


Estonia.


on October 21, 1991. Accession.


Federal Republic Czech and Slovak.


on April 26, 1991. Withdrawal of a reservation made upon signature and confirmed at the time of ratification.





Zimbabwe. on May 13, 1991. Accession.


International Covenant on Civil and political rights. New York, 16 December 1966.


April 30, 1977.


Germany. on May 10, 1991. Declaration recognizing the competence of the Human Rights Committee in accordance with article 41, for another five years.


... the Federal Republic of Germany, in accordance with article 41 of the Covenant mentioned, recognizes for another five years, from the date of expiry of the Declaration of 24 March 1986, the competence of the Human Rights Committee to receive and consider communications from a State part provided that this has been recognized with respect to itself the competeencia of the Committee and that the Federal Republic of Germany and the State interested part have taken the obligations imposed by the Covenant.


In a subsequent communication, received also on 10 May 1991, the Government of Germany indicated that, in this respect, it wished to. (Refers to the notification of the depositary C.N.274.1973. Treated - 10, of 15 March 1974, concerning ratification.)


Germany. on May 24, 1991. Declaration relating to the reservations made by the Republic of Korea at the time of accession.


The Federal Republic of Germany States the following regarding the Declaration made by the Republic of Korea at the time of the deposit of its instrument of accession to the International Covenant on Civil and political rights of 16 December 1966: interprets the statement in the sense that the Republic of Korea does not intend to restrict its obligations under article 22 by referring to its domestic legal system.


United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. on May 25, 1991. Declaration relating to the reservations made by the Republic of Korea at the time of accession.





Federal Republic Czech and Slovak. on June 7, 1991. Objection to the reservations made by the Republic of Korea at the time of accession.





Netherlands. on June 10, 1991.


Objection to the reservations made by the Republic of Korea at the time of accession.





Federal Republic Czech and Slovak. on March 12, 1991. Declaration of conformity with article 41 recognizing the competence of the Human Rights Committee.


The Czech and Slovak Federal Republic declares, in accordance with article 41 of the International Covenant on civil rights and politicians, which recognizes the competence of the Human Rights Committee, established according to article 28 of the Covenant to receive and consider communications in which a State party alleges that another State party does not meet the obligations imposed on you by the Covenant.


Netherlands. on March 18, 1991. Objection to a declaration made by Algeria.


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Estonia. on October 21, 1991. Bonding with entry into force on May 21, 1992.


Lithuania. on November 20, 1991. Bonding with entry into force on 20 February 1992.


Albania. on October 4, 1991. Accession.


Angola. on January 10, 1992. Accession.


Brazil. on January 24, 1992. Accession.


International Covenant on economic, social and cultural rights. New York, 16 December 1966. April 30, 1977.


Zimbabwe. on August 20, 1991. Declaration recognizing the competence of the Human Rights Committee under article 41 of the International Covenant on Civil and political rights.


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Netherlands. on March 18, 1991.


Objection to an interpretative declaration made by Algeria at the time of ratification.





Estonia. on October 21, 1991. Bonding with entry into force on 21 January 1992.


Lithuania. on November 20, 1991. Bonding with entry into force on 20 February 1992.


Albania. on October 4, 1991. Accession.


Angola.


on January 10, 1992. Accession.


Brazil. on January 24, 1992. Accession.


International Covenant on economic, social and cultural rights.


New York, 16 December 1966. April 30, 1977. April 2, 1985.


Zimbabwe. on August 20, 1991. Declaration recognizing the competence of the Human Rights Committee under article 41 of the International Covenant on Civil and political rights: Netherlands. on March 18, 1991. Objection to an interpretative declaration made by Algeria upon ratification: Estonia. on October 21, 1991. Bonding with entry into force on 21 January 1992.


Lithuania. on November 20, 1991.


Bonding with entry into force on 20 February 1992.


Albania. on October 4, 1991. Accession.


Angola. on January 10, 1992. Accession.


Brazil.


on January 24, 1992. Accession.


Optional Protocol to International Covenant on Civil and political rights adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York on December 16, 1966. April 2, 1985.


Czechoslovakia. on March 12, 1991.


Accession.


Mongolia. on April 16, 1991. Accession.


Lithuania. on November 20, 1991. Accession.


Angola. on January 10, 1992.


Accession.


Convention on the Elimination of all forms of discrimination against women. New York, 18 December 1979. March 21, 1984.


Estonia. on October 21, 1991.


Accession.


Netherlands (for the Kingdom of Europe, the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba). on July 23, 1991. Ratification with the following statement.





And following objections relating to the reservations made by a number of States: Burundi. on January 8, 1992. Ratification.


Convention for the protection of individuals with regard to automatic processing of personal data. Strasbourg, 28 January 1981. November 15, 1985.


Finland.


on December 2, 1991. Ratification.


Finland. on March 30, 1992.


Competent authority (article 13).





France. March 25, 1992. Competent authority (article 13).

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