Resolution Of 21 April 2015, Of The General Technical Secretariat, On Implementation Of Article 24.2 Of The Act 25/2014, Of 27 November, Of Treaties And Other International Agreements.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 21 de abril de 2015, de la Secretaría General Técnica, sobre aplicación del artículo 24.2 de la Ley 25/2014, de 27 de noviembre, de Tratados y otros Acuerdos Internacionales.

Read the untranslated law here: http://www.boe.es/buscar/doc.php?id=BOE-A-2015-4609

In accordance with the provisions of article 24.2 of the Act 25/2014, of 27 November, of treaties and other international agreements, they are made public, for general knowledge, communications relating to multilateral international treaties to which Spain is party, who have been in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and cooperation until April 15, 2015.

A - AA POLITICIANS and DIPLOMATS - politicians - 19450626201 Statute of the Court international justice San Francisco, 26 June 1945. BOE: 16-11-1990, no. 275 and 28-11-1990, no. 285 Italy 25-11-2014. Declaration by which is recognizes as compulsory the jurisdiction court international of Justice in application of paragraph 2 of article 36 of the Statute of the Court: ' 1. the Italian Government states that it recognizes as compulsory ipso facto and without special agreement, with respect to any other State accepting the same obligation, the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice» in accordance with paragraph 2 of article 36 of the Statute of the Court and until he is notified of the withdrawal of such acceptance and with effect from the date of this notice, in all the controversies that have occurred after the date of the present Declaration relating to situations or facts subsequent to that date, with the exception of: (i) the controversies to which the parties involved have agreed to have recourse to another mode of peaceful settlement;

(ii) disputes on which the other parties involved have accepted the compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice only in regards to the dispute or to the end of it, or the acceptance of the compulsory jurisdiction of the Court by any of the other parties to the dispute has been deposited or ratified less than twelve months before the date of the filing of the application by the rises of the dispute to the Court;

(iii) in addition, the Italian Government reserves the right to extend, modify, or withdraw, at any time, through modification addressed to the Secretary General of the Organization of the United Nations which shall take effect at the time of the notification, any of the reservations mentioned above, or any other book that it could develop in the future.

UNITED KINGDOM 31-12-2014. STATEMENTS by which is recognizes as compulsory the jurisdiction court international of Justice in application of paragraph 2 of article 36 of the Statute of the Court: ' by order of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Minister, I have the honour to notify you, on behalf of the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, that the attached declaration replaces with immediate effect to which the Government of the United Kingdom made the 5 of» July 2004 pursuant to paragraph 2 of article 36 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice.

Declaration of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland of the North in application of paragraph 2 of article 36 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice.

1. the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland recognizes as compulsory ipso facto and without special, with respect to any other State Convention to accept the same obligation, the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, in accordance with paragraph 2 of article 36 of the Statute of the Court and until the repeal of such acceptance notification in all disputes that have occurred after the 1 January 1984 relating to situations or facts subsequent to that date, with the exception of: (i) any dispute that the United Kingdom and the other one or the other parties have agreed to resolve through another type of peaceful solution;

(ii) any dispute with the Government of another country that is or has been a member of the Commonwealth;

(iii) any dispute for which any other involved party has accepted the compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice only in regards to the dispute or to the end of it, or the acceptance of the compulsory jurisdiction of the Court on behalf of another party to the dispute has been deposited or ratified less than twelve months before the date of the filing of the application by which rises the dispute to the Court;

(iv) any identical controversy, on the merits, a controversy that has risen already to the Court the same u elsewhere.

2. the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain is also the right to supplement, modify or withdraw at any time, by notification to the Secretary General of the Organization of the United Nations, the reservations expressed above, or any other reservation that could then formulate effective such supplementary reserves, modifications or withdrawals from the aforementioned notification.»

GREECE-14-01-2015. Declaration by which is recognizes as compulsory the jurisdiction court international of Justice in application of paragraph 2 of article 36 of the Statute of the Court: "considering that the Government of the Hellenic Republic deposited a declaration pursuant to paragraph 2 of article 36 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice on 10 January 1994 valid for a period of five years, and subsequently force until notice of its repeal.

The Government of the Hellenic Republic, after examining the Declaration, announce that he withdraws it with immediate effect and replaced it with the following statement: I have the honour to declare, on behalf of the Greek Government, which I recognize as compulsory ipso facto and without special agreement, with respect to any other State accepting the same obligation, i.e. on condition of reciprocity (, the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice in regards to all disputes of a legal nature referred to in paragraph 2 of article 36 of the Statute of the Court, except: to) any dispute concerning military and measures activities adopted by the Hellenic Government to the protection of its sovereignty and its territorial integrity, for the purpose of national defense as well as for the protection of its national security;

(b) any dispute related to the borders of the State or sovereignty over the territory of the Hellenic Republic, including any dispute related to the extent and the limits of its territorial sea and airspace;

(c) any dispute for which any other party to the dispute has accepted the compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice only in regards to the dispute or to the end of it, or the acceptance of the compulsory jurisdiction of the Court on behalf of any other party to the dispute has been deposited or ratified less than twelve months before the date of the filing of the application before the Court.

The Government of the Hellenic Republic may nevertheless refer to the Court any dispute excluded by this Declaration, through the negotiation of a special agreement (compromise).

The Government of the Hellenic Republic reserves also the right to supplement, modify or withdraw this declaration at any time, by notification addressed to the Secretary General of the Organization of the United Nations, and with effect from the date of such notification.'

-19591201200 Treaty Antarctic Washington, December 1, 1959. BOE: 26-06-1982 NO. 152; 16-10-2002, NO. 248.

KAZAKHSTAN 27-01-2015 27-01-2015 ACCESSION ENTRY INTO FORCE TREATY - 19921007200 OF THE CONFERENCE OF MINISTERS OF JUSTICE OF THE IBERO-AMERICAN COUNTRIES.

Madrid, 7 October 1992. BOE: 17-07-1998, no. 170 GUATEMALA 13-10-2014 ratification 12-01-2015 entry in force A.B - human rights - 19530331200 Convention on the rights POLITICIANS of the woman New York, March 31, 1953. BOE: 23-04-1974, no. 97 and 22-08-1974, no. 201.

United States 16-01-2015 communication: «the Mission of United States of America to the Organization of the United Nations Organization salutes and refers to the notification of the depositary of the Secretary General C.N.1.2015.TREATIES-XVI.1, of date 6 January 2015, on the alleged membership of the 'State of Palestine' to the Convention on the political rights of women, done at New York on 31 March 1953 (in hereafter «the Convention»).»

The Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the status of sovereign State and does not recognize it as such. Only sovereign States may accede to the Convention. Consequently, the Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the condition required to adhere to the Convention, and says that it will not be considered bound by a conventional relationship with the 'State of Palestine' under the Convention."

16-01-2015 CANADA COMMUNICATION:
«The Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Convention on the rights of women politicians, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.1.2015.TREATIES-XVI.1).» The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the aforementioned communication was conducted by the Secretary-General acting in its capacity as depositary of the Convention on the political rights of women. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to explain its position with respect to the intended accession of «Palestine» to the Convention on the political rights of women, namely, that "Palestine" does not have a necessary condition for acceding to the Convention and that the Convention on the political rights of women shall not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the 'State of Palestine'.

ISRAEL 16-01-2015 communication: "The Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary of the Convention on the rights of women politicians, and refers to the depositary, of 6 January 2015 date communication, concerning the application of Palestine's accession to that Convention (reference no. C.N.1.2015.TREATIES-XVI.1).

"Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and does not have legal capacity to adhere to the Convention, both from the point of view of general international law and the Palestinian-Israeli bilateral agreements.

The israeli Government does not recognize "Palestine" as a State, and want to make notes for the sake of greater clarity, which does not consider to "Palestine" as a party to the Convention, and considered that Palestinian accession application has no legal validity and has no effect on the conventional relations of Israel under the Convention.

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.49.2015.TREATIES-XVI.1 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the women political rights Convention , March 31, 1953.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on the political rights of women, which shall enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.34.2015.TREATIES-XVI.1 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Israel concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on the rights of women of 31 March 1953 political.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Israel, occupying power, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on the political rights of women, which shall enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.33.2015.TREATIES-XVI.1 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from the United States of America concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the women political rights Convention , March 31, 1953.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the stance of the United States of America, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on the political rights of women, which shall enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

-19540928200 Convention on the Statute of the STATELESS New York, 28 September 1954. BOE: 04-07-1997, NO. 159.

09-02-2015 EL SALVADOR ratification 10-05-2015 entry in force Turkey 26-03-2015 accession 24-06-2015 entry in force - 19660307200 Convention on Elimination of all the forms discrimination RACIAL New York International, 07 March 1966. BOE: 17-05-1969, NO. 118.

TOGO 09-01-2015 declaration pursuant to paragraph 1 of article 14: "declaring themselves determined to maintain the rule of law, to defend and protect human rights and in accordance with its article 14, the Government of the Republic of Togo declares that it recognizes the competence of the Committee on the Elimination of racial discrimination to receive and consider communications from persons who depend on your jurisdiction who declare that they have been victims of rape by the Republic of Togo, of any of the rights set forth in the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of racial discrimination.

-19661216200 International Covenant rights economic, social and cultural New York, 16 December 1966. BOE: 30-04-1977, no. 103-21-06-2006, no. 147.

South Africa 12-01-2015 ratification 12-04-2015 entry in force, with the following statement: «(El Gobierno de la República de Sudáfrica dará efecto progresivo ael derecho a la educación de conformidad con el párrafo 2 a) of article 13 and article 14 within the framework of its policy of national education and the resources available. "

BELIZE 09-03-2015 09-06-2015 RATIFICATION ENTRY INTO FORCE - 19661216201 CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL COVENANT.

New York, 16 December 1966 BOE: 30-04-1977, no. 103-21-06-2006, no. 147.

DENMARK 02-04-2014 MODIFICATION OF RESERVATION TO PARAGRAPHS 5 AND 7 OF ARTICLE 14 OF THE COVENANT.

«(El texto de la reserva modificada será el siguiente: b) (i) paragraph 5 of article 14 shall apply in the following manner:-is not instituting a law resource unlimited in the event of conviction relates to one misdemeanor and that the penalty is a fine or forfeiture exceeding certain amount determined by law. "

-will not establish a right to an additional remedy in cases in which the accused, have been acquitted by a Court of first instance, is sentenced for the first time by a court on appeal from an acquittal resolution.

-not to institute a right of appeal in the context of criminal proceedings against a member of the Government or of any other person before the High Court of the realm (Rigsretten).

(ii) paragraph 7 of article 14 shall apply in such a way that the criminal proceedings that have led to a definitive statement of guilt or acquittal may reopen in certain circumstances established by law.

The Danish Government has confirmed that the reservation to paragraph 5 of article 14 above restricts the scope of the reservation made at the time of ratification and that the reservation to paragraph 7 of article 14 above clarifies the reservation made at the time of ratification.
(No se han modificado el párrafo 1, el inciso a) of paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 of the reservation made by Denmark at the time of its ratification.»

Reported on 30 January 2015.

UNITED KINGDOM 04-02-2015 WITHDRAWAL OF A RESERVATION TO ARTICLE 11 WITH RESPECT TO THE BAILIWICK OF JERSEY PERU 18-02-2015 NOTIFICATION, PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 4, PARAGRAPH 3, OF THE EXTENSION WITHIN 60 DAYS STARTING FROM 27-11-2014, OF THE DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE DISTRICT OF ECHARATE OF THE PROVINCE OF CONVENCIÓN (DEPARTMENT OF CUZCO).

PERU 18-02-2015 NOTIFICATION, PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 4, PARAGRAPH 3, OF THE EXTENSION WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM THE 26-01-2015, OF THE DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE DISTRICT OF ECHARATE OF THE PROVINCE OF CONVENCIÓN (DEPARTMENT OF CUZCO).

PERU 18-02-2015 NOTIFICATION PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 4, PARAGRAPH 3, OF THE EXTENSION WITHIN 60 DAYS, WITH EFFECT FROM 25-12-2014, OF THE DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE DISTRICT OF CHOLON (PROVINCE OF MARAÑÓN), IN THE DISTRICT OF MONZÓN (PROVINCE OF HUMALIES) AND IN THE PROVINCE OF LEONCIO PRADO (DISTRICT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUÁNUCO); IN THE PROVINCE OF TOCACHE (DEPARTMENT OF SAN MARTÍN); AND IN THE PROVINCE OF PADRE ABAD (DEPARTMENT OF UCAYALI).

PERU 18-02-2015 NOTIFICATION, PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 4, PARAGRAPH 3, OF THE EXTENSION WITHIN 60 DAYS, STARTING FROM THE 21-11-2014, OF THE DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE PROVINCES OF HUANTA AND LA MAR (DEPARTMENT OF AYACUCHO), IN THE PROVINCE OF TAYACAJA (DEPARTMENT OF HUANCAVELICA), DISTRICT OF KIMBIRI, PICHARI AND VILCABAMBA IN THE PROVINCE OF CONVENCIÓN (DEPARTMENT OF CUSCO) IN THE PROVINCE OF SATIPO, IN THE DISTRICTS OF ANDAMARCA AND COMMAS OF THE PROVINCE OF CONCEPCIÓN, AND IN THE DISTRICTS OF SANTO DOMINGO OF ACOMBAMBA AND THE PROVINCE OF HUANCAYO, DEPARTMENT OF JUNÍN PARIAHUANCA).

PERU 18-02-2015 NOTIFICATION PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 4, PARAGRAPH 3, OF THE DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR 60 DAYS STARTING FROM NOVEMBER 20, 2014, IN THE DISTRICTS OF RAMÓN CASTILLA AND YAVARI IN THE PROVINCE OF MARISCAL RAMÓN CASTILLA (LORETO DEPARTMENT).

PERU 18-02-2015 NOTIFICATION PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 4, PARAGRAPH 3, THE EXTENSION FOR 60 DAYS FROM 19-01-2015, OF THE DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE DISTRICTS OF RAMÓN CASTILLA AND YAVARI IN THE PROVINCE OF MARISCAL RAMÓN CASTILLA (LORETO DEPARTMENT).

PERU 04-03-2015 NOTIFICATION PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 4, PARAGRAPH 3, OF THE DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY, DURING 60 DAYS FROM THIS DATE, IN THE DISTRICTS OF RAMÓN CASTILLA AND YAVARI IN THE PROVINCE OF MARISCAL RAMÓN CASTILLA (LORETO DEPARTMENT).

-19841210200 CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND OTHER ILL-TREATMENT OR CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT.

New York, 10 December 1984. BOE: 09-11-1987, NO. 268.

VIET NAM 05-02-2015 ratification 07 - 03 - 2015 entry in force, with the following statement: "in accordance with paragraph 1 of article 28, the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam declares that it does not recognize the competence of the Committee provided for in article 20, and in accordance with paragraph 2 of article 30, which is not bound by paragraph 1 of article 30.

The Socialist Republic of Viet Nam does not consider the Convention as the direct legal basis for extradition in respect of the offences referred to in article 4 of the Convention. The extradition will be decided on the basis of the extradition treaties to which Viet Nam is a party or on a basis of reciprocity, and shall be subject to the laws and regulations of Vietnamese.

-19960305201 EUROPEAN AGREEMENT RELATING TO PERSONS INVOLVED IN PROCEEDINGS BEFORE THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS.

Strasbourg, 05 March 1996. BOE: 23-02-2001, no. 47 UK 03-03-2015 notification of TERRITORIAL application to the BAILIWICK of GUERNSEY 01-05-2015 effects - 20000525201 Protocol optional of the Convention on the rights of the child, on the involvement of children in armed conflict New York, 25 May 2000. BOE: 17-04-2002, no. 92 GHANA 09-12-2014 ratification 09-01-2015 entry in force, with the following declaration: "pursuant to paragraph 2 of article 3 of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the rights of the child, on the involvement of children in armed conflict, the Government of the Republic of Ghana declares that the minimum age required to enroll voluntarily in their national armed forces is 18 years.» The minimum age is prescribed in article 6.01 1) c) of volume 1 of the regulation of the armed forces, and candidates are invited to submit their certificate of birth for verification.

Recruitment is not forced or compulsory and is voluntary."

Ireland 12-01-2015 declaration under paragraph 4 of article 3 "refers to the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the rights of the child, on the involvement of children in armed conflict, and the Declaration of Ireland in accordance with paragraph 2 of article 3 at the time of the deposit of its instrument of ratification, on 18 November 2002.

Infringement, in the name of Ireland, in implementation of paragraph 4 of article 3 of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the rights of the child, the modification of the following statement: in application of paragraph 2 of article 3 of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the rights of the child, on the involvement of children in armed conflicts, Ireland declares the following : The minimum age for voluntary enlistment in the Irish armed forces is set at 18 years. The enrolment in the Irish armed forces is voluntary. Ireland does not conduct recruitment and recruitment campaigns are of informative nature. Interested persons must submit an application for enrollment and are selected on the basis of their competence. Intends them to a destination that are not obliged to accept. All must submit proof of your age.'

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Denmark 16-03-2015 approval 01-07-2015 entry in force, with the following statement: "The Kingdom of Denmark declares that until further notice, the Protocol shall not apply to Greenland and the Faroe Islands".

-20021218200 Protocol optional to LA Convention against the torture and other ill-treatment or penalties cruel inhuman or degrading New York, 18 December 2002. BOE: 22-06-2006, NO. 148.

MONGOLIA 12-02-2015 ratification 14-03-2015 entry in force - 20050516200 Convention of the Council of Europe on the fight against the trafficking humans Warsaw, 16 May 2005. BOE 10-09-2009, NO. 219.

COUNTRIES Netherlands 23-01-2015 notice of application TERRITORIAL to ARUBA 01-05-2015 effects ESTONIA 05-02-2015 ratification 01-06-2015 entry in force, with the following reservation: "In accordance with article 31, paragraph 2, of the Convention, the Republic of Estonia declares that he reserves the right not to apply article 31, paragraph 1.d and 1.e of the Convention -" 20061213200 Convention on the rights of the people with disabilities New York 13 December 2006. BOE: 21-04-2008, NO. 96.

VIET NAM 05-02-2015 RATIFICATION 07 - 03 - 2015 ENTRY IN FORCE THAILAND 05-02-2015 WITHDRAWAL OF AN INTERPRETATIVE DECLARATION RELATING TO ARTICLE 18 OF THE CONVENTION 17-03-2015 MARSHALL ISLANDS ACCESSION 16-04-2015 ENTRY IN FORCE EL SALVADOR 18-03 - 2015 WITHDRAWAL OF THE RESERVATION MADE AT THE TIME OF SIGNING AND CONFIRMED AT THE TIME OF RATIFICATION.

-20061213201 Protocol optional to the Convention on the rights the people with disability New York, December 13, 2006. BOE: 22-04-2008, NO. 97.

EL SALVADOR 18-03-2015 WITHDRAWAL OF THE RESERVATION MADE AT THE TIME OF SIGNING AND CONFIRMED AT THE TIME OF RATIFICATION.

-20061220200 international for the protection all the people against the disappearances forced New York Convention, December 20, 2006. BOE: 18-02-2011, NO. 42.

Slovakia 15-12-2014 declaration under article 31: «In accordance with article 31 of the Convention, the Slovak Republic recognizes the competence of the Committee on enforced disappearances to receive and consider communications from persons who are under the jurisdiction of the Slovak Republic, claiming to be victims of a violation by the Slovak Republic of the provisions of this Convention.»

15-12-2014 Declaration in virtue of article 32: «In accordance with article 32 of the Convention, the Slovak Republic recognizes the competence of the Committee on enforced disappearances to receive and consider communications in which a State party alleges that the Slovak Republic does not comply with the obligations imposed on it by this Convention.»

MONGOLIA 12-02-2015 14-03-2015 ratification entry into force MALTA 27-03-2015 ratification 26-04-2015 entry in force - 20081210200 Optional Protocol to the International Covenant rights economic, social and cultural New York, December 10, 2008. BOE: 25-02-2013, NO. 48.

03-02-2015 LUXEMBOURG RATIFICATION 03-05-2015 ENTRY IN FORCE ITALY 20-02-2015 RATIFICATION 20-05 - 2015 ENTRADA EN VIGOR FRANCE 18-03-2015 RATIFICATION 18-06-2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE - 20111219200
Protocol optional on the Convention on the rights of the child relating to a procedure of communications New York, December 19, 2011. BOE: BOE 31-01-2014, NO. 27.

Belgium 30-05-2014 30-08-2014 ratification entry into force, with the following statement: «The Kingdom of Belgium recognizes the competence of the Committee on the rights of the child, pursuant to article 12 of the Optional Protocol, to receive communications from States parties indicating that another State party does not comply with its obligations».

Monaco 24-09-2014 24-12-2014 accession entry into force, with the following statement: "in accordance with paragraph 7 of article 13 of the Protocol, the Principality of Monaco wishes to indicate that it does not recognize the competence of the Committee with respect to this article in terms of the rights contained in the Convention on the rights of the child, the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the rights of the child on the involvement of children in armed conflict «, and the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the rights of the child on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography.»

Ireland 24-09-2014 signature and ratification 24-12-2014 entry in force ANDORRA 25-09-2014 ratification 25-12 - 2014 entry in force EL SALVADOR 09-02-2015 ratification 09-05-2015 entry in force URUGUAY 23-02-2015 ratification 23-05 - 2015 entry into force BC - diplomats and consular - 19460213200 Convention on privileges and immunities of the Nations United New York, 13 February 1946. BOE: 17-10-1974.

TIMOR LESTE 23-01-2015 ACCESSION 23 - 01 - 2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE - 19471121200 CONVENTION ON PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES OF THE SPECIALIZED AGENCIES.

New York, 21 November 1947 BOE: 25-11-1974, no. 282.

SAMOA 17-12-2014 17-12-2014 accession entry into force, with the following declaration: ' the Government of Samoa, by virtue of section 43 of article XI of the Convention, has undertaken to apply the provisions of the above-mentioned Convention to the following specialized agency: International Labour Organization.»

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Azerbaijan 10-03-2015 approval 11-04-2015 entry in force - 20020909200 agreement on privileges and immunities of the Court criminal international New York, 09 September 2002. BOE: 07-12-2009, NO. 294.

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the agreement on privileges and immunities of the International Criminal Court, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.12.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.13).» The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the aforementioned communication was conducted by the Secretary-General acting in its capacity as depositary of the agreement on privileges and immunities of the International Criminal Court. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to expose their position on the so-called accession of «Palestine» agreement on privileges and immunities of the Criminal Court International, namely, that «Palestinian» has the necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and that the agreement on privileges and immunities of the International Criminal Court will not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the 'State of Palestine'.

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.62.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.13 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada on the accession of the State of Palestine to the agreement on privileges and immunities of the International Criminal Court on 9 September of» 2002. the Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the agreement on privileges and immunities of the International Criminal Court, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

B military B.A - Defense - 20071018200 Treaty between the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of LOS countries low and LA Republic PORTUGUESA by which is creates the force of GENDARMERIE European (EUROGENDFOR) Velsen, October 18, 2007. BOE: 01-06-2012, no. 131 Romania 14-01-2015 accession 01-03-2015 entry in force B.B - war - 19071018200 Convention for the arrangement Pacific of the conflicts international the Hague, 18 October 1907. Gaceta de Madrid, 20-06-1913 GEORGIA 21-01-2015 22-03-2015 accession entry into force B.C - weapons and disarmament - 19801010200 Convention on Prohibitions or restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or to have indiscriminate effects and Protocols I, II and III.

Geneva, 10 October 1980. BOE: 14-04-1994, no. 89-05-05-1994, no. 107.

United States 16-01-2015 communication: «the Mission of United States of America to the Organization of the United Nations Organization salutes and refers to the notification of the depositary of the Secretary General C.N.17.2015.TREATIES-XXVI.2, in date 6 January 2015, on the alleged membership of the 'State of Palestine' to the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or to have indiscriminate effects done at Geneva on 10 October 1980 (in later 'the Convention'), and to its Protocols I and III.

The Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the status of sovereign State and does not recognize it as such. Only sovereign States may accede to the Convention and its Protocols I and III. As a result, the Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the condition required to adhere to the Convention or the protocols, and says that it will not be considered bound by a conventional relationship with the 'State of Palestine' under the Convention and the protocols."

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations presents its compliments to the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or to have indiscriminate effects (with Protocols I, II and III), as well as to the communication of the Secretary-General in this respect» , of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.17.2015.TREATIES-XXVI.2). The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the aforementioned communication was conducted by the Secretary-General acting in its capacity as depositary of the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or have indiscriminate effects (with Protocols I, II and III). The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to expose their position on the so-called accession of «Palestine» to the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or have indiscriminate effects (with Protocols I, II and III), namely, that "Palestine" does not have a necessary condition for accession to the Convention , and that the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or have indiscriminate effects (with Protocols I, II and III) shall not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the 'State of Palestine'.

ISRAEL 16-01-2015 COMMUNICATION:
"The Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in its capacity as depositary of the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or have indiscriminate effects (with Protocols I, II and III), and refers to the communication of the depositary, of date January 6, 2015 relative to the Palestinian request for accession to that Convention (reference no. C.N.17.2015.TREATIES-XXVI.2).

"Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and does not have legal capacity to adhere to the Convention, both from the point of view of general international law and the Palestinian-Israeli bilateral agreements.

The israeli Government does not recognize "Palestine" as a State, and want to make notes for the sake of greater clarity, which does not consider to "Palestine" as a party to the Convention, and considered that Palestinian accession application has no legal validity and has no effect on the conventional relations of Israel under the Convention.

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.58.2015.TREATIES-XXVI.2 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or have indiscriminate effects (with Protocols I, II and III), of 10 October 1980.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed excessively injurious or have indiscriminate effects and its Protocols I and III, which shall enter into force on 5 July 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.41.2015.TREATIES-XXVI.2 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Israel concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or have indiscriminate effects (with Protocols I, II and III) of 10 October 1980.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Israel, occupying power, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed excessively injurious or have indiscriminate effects and its Protocols I and III, which shall enter into force on 5 July 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.42.2015.TREATIES-XXVI.2 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from the United States of America concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be Excessively Injurious or have indiscriminate effects (with Protocols I, II and III), of 10 October 1980.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the stance of the United States of America, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on Prohibitions and restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed excessively injurious or have indiscriminate effects and its Protocols I and III, which shall enter into force on 5 July 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

-20080530200 Convention on munitions in cluster Dublin, May 30, 2008. BOE: 19-03-2010, NO. 68.

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Convention on munitions cluster, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.14.2015.TREATIES-XXVI.6).» The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the mentioned communication has been done by the Secretary General acting in his capacity as depositary of the Convention on cluster munitions. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to expose their position on the so-called accession of «Palestine» the Convention on cluster munitions, namely that "Palestine" does not have a necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and that Canada considered that the statement made by the 'State of Palestine' lacks validity and legal effect."

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.60.2015.TREATIES-XXVI.6 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada concerning the accession of the State of Palestine at the Convention on May 30, 2008 cluster munitions.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on cluster munitions, which shall enter into force on July 1, 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

PARAGUAY 12-03-2015 ratification 12-09-2015 entry in force CANADA 16-03-2015 ratification 01-09-2015 entry in force CANADA 23-03-2015 communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Convention on munitions cluster, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.14.2015.TREATIES-XXVI.6).» The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the mentioned communication has been done by the Secretary General acting in his capacity as depositary of the Convention on cluster munitions. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.
The Permanent Mission of Canada also refers to its communication of 16 January 2015 (C.N. 60.2015. TREATIES-XXVI.6), addressed to the Secretary-General. In the context of its accession to the Convention, Canada reiterates that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to expose the Convention on cluster munitions, namely, that «Palestinian» does not have the necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and that it shall not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the 'State of Palestine' your position on the so-called accession of «Palestine».»

B.D - Humanitarian law - 19770608202 Protocol additional to the conventions of Geneva of 12 August 1949 relative to the protection of the victims of the conflict armed without character International (Protocol II) Geneva, 8 June 1977. BOE: 26-06-1989 NO. 177; 07 / 10 / 1989, NO. 241; 09-10-1989, NO. 242.

Canada 21-01-2015 communication «the Embassy of Canada [...] It has the honour to refer [...] to the communication of the Swiss Federal Council from January 9, 2015 [...] relating to Protocol II and Protocol III. The Embassy of Canada observes that the mentioned communication has been done by the Swiss Federal Council acting in his capacity as depositary of the Protocol II and Protocol III. The Embassy of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments issued by the latter. In this connection, the Embassy of Canada observes that 'Palestine' does not meet the required criteria so that it can be considered a State from the point of view of international law, and consequently is not recognized as such by Canada. Thus, to avoid any ambiguity, the Embassy of Canada therefore wishes to explain its position according to which 'Palestine' does not have the necessary condition to adhere to Protocol II and Protocol III, so that for «Palestine» alleged adherence to such protocols has no legal value and conventional relations of Canada with the 'State of Palestine' will not affect.»

-20051208201 ADDITIONAL PROTOCOL TO THE CONVENTIONS OF GENEVA ON 12 AUGUST 1949, AND RELATING TO THE ADOPTION OF AN ADDITIONAL DISTINCTIVE EMBLEM (PROTOCOL III).

Geneva, December 8, 2005. BOE: 18-02-2011, NO. 42.

ISRAEL 16-01-2015 communication «the Embassy of Israel [...] It refers to the communication of the depositary, of date 9 January 2015, relative to the Palestinian request for accession [to Protocol III]. "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and does not have legal capacity to adhere to the Convention, both from the point of view of international law general as Palestinian-Israeli bilateral agreements. The israeli Government does not recognize "Palestine" as a State, and want to make notes for the sake of greater clarity, which does not consider to "Palestine" as a party to the Protocol, and considered that Palestinian accession application has no legal validity and has no effect on the conventional relations of Israel under the Protocol.

Canada 21-01-2015 communication «the Embassy of Canada [...] It has the honour to refer [...] to the communication of the Swiss Federal Council from January 9, 2015 [...] relating to Protocol II and Protocol III. The Embassy of Canada observes that the mentioned communication has been done by the Swiss Federal Council acting in his capacity as depositary of the Protocol II and Protocol III. The Embassy of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments issued by the latter. In this connection, the Embassy of Canada observes that 'Palestine' does not meet the required criteria so that it can be considered a State from the point of view of international law, and consequently is not recognized as such by Canada. Thus, to avoid any ambiguity, the Embassy of Canada therefore wishes to explain its position according to which 'Palestine' does not have the necessary condition to adhere to Protocol II and Protocol III, so that for «Palestine» alleged adherence to such protocols has no legal value and conventional relations of Canada with the 'State of Palestine' will not affect.»

United States 21-01-2015 communication «the Embassy of United States of America [...] the Swiss Federal Department concerning notification of the Federal Department, of 9 January 2015, on the intended accession of the 'State of Palestine' [to Protocol III], of which it is custodian. The Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the status of sovereign State and does not recognize it as such. Only sovereign States can adhere to Protocol III. Consequently, the Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the condition required to accede to the Protocol, and says that it will not be considered bound by a conventional relationship with the 'State of Palestine' under Protocol III.»

C - cultural and scientific C.A - cultural - 19920116200 Convention European for the protection of the archaeological heritage (revised) Valletta, 16 January 1992. BOE: 20-07-2011, NO. 173.

AUSTRIA 23-01-2015 24-07-2015 RATIFICATION ENTRY INTO FORCE - 20031103200 CONVENTION FOR THE SAFEGUARDING OF THE INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE.

Paris, November 3, 2003. BOE: 05-02-2007 No. 31 BAHAMAS 15-05-2014 ratification 15-08-2015 entry in force countries Netherlands 21-05-2014 statement TERRITORIAL "Declares, in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 1 of article 32 of the Convention for the safeguarding of the Cultural Heritage intangible signed in Paris on October 17, 2003, that the Kingdom of the Netherlands agree that Convention with regard to Sint Maarten and to provisions accepted by this means be fully observed".

-20051020200 CONVENTION ON THE PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF THE DIVERSITY OF CULTURAL EXPRESSIONS.

Paris, 20 October 2005. BOE: 12-02-2007, NO. 37.

BAHAMAS 29-12-2014 29-03-2015 ratification entry into force D - Ms social - health - 19720325200 Protocol amending the Convention only on Narcotic Drugs of 1961 Geneva, 25 March 1972. BOE: 15-02-1977, NO. 39.

Afghanistan 19-02-2015 21-03-2015 accession entry into force - 19750808200 1961 Single Convention on narcotic drugs, as amended by the Protocol of modification on the Convention only on narcotic drugs, 1961 New York, 08 August 1975. BOE: 04 / 11 / 1981, NO. 264.

AFGHANISTAN 19-02-2015 ARE MADE PARTIES TO THIS CONVENTION TO THE HAVE ACCEDED TO THE PROTOCOL OF 25 MARCH 1972 AMENDING THE SINGLE CONVENTION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS OF 1961.

21-03-2015 entry in VIGOR - 19881220200 Convention of the Nations United against the traffic illicit narcotic drugs and substances psychotropic Vienna, 20 December 1988. BOE: 10-11-1990, NO. 270.

Philippines 16-01-2015 notification in virtue of the articles 6,7 and 17 of the Convention: "the service of repression of the traffic of drugs of the Philippines requested that his contact in the following manner should be amended: name of the authority: UNDERSECRETARY ARTURO g. CACDAC JR, cease Director General Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency postal address: NIA Northside Road, Barangay, Pinyahan Quezon City Philippines 1111 phone» : (+ 63) 29209916 email: pdeaodg@yahoo.com languages: English and filipino office hours: 08.00 - 17.00 h GMT: + 8 name of the authority: ATTY GIL T. PABILONA Director Legal and Prosecution Service Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency postal address: NIA Northside Road, Barangay, Pinyahan Quezon City Philippines 1111 phone: (+ 63) 29203395 email: giltpabilona@yahoo.com languages: English name of the «authority: DERRICK ARNOLD C. CARREON, cease Director International Cooperation and Foreign Affairs Service Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency postal address: NIA Northside Road, Barangay, Pinyahan Quezon City Philippines 1111 phone: (+ 63) 29200105 email: icfaspdea@gmail.com»
-20030521200 agreement framework of the who for the tobacco CONTROL Geneva, 21 May 2003. BOE: 10-02-2005, NO. 35.

Republic Czech 10-01-2013 communication: "notification regarding the communication of Uruguay on the interpretative declaration of the Czech Republic on the Convention frame of the World Health Organization for the control of tobacco, and more specifically its article 5.3.»

The Czech Republic has accompanied its instrument of ratification of the framework Convention of the who for the control of tobacco of an interpretative statement. Such a declaration has no value of reserve, as article 30 of the Convention provides that no reservations to the Convention may be formulated, and the Czech Republic does not oppose, in any way, to the obligations imposed by the Convention parties.

In terms of article 5.3 of the Convention, the Czech Republic declares «believes that paragraph 3 of article 5 does not affect the right of a tobacco to not be treated in a discriminatory manner by the parties industry and allowing, therefore, keep with it required cooperation on the fight against tobacco». This statement aims to dispel certain concerns of the Czech authorities on the interpretation of article 5.3 that could cause misunderstandings. Some activities of the public authorities require a degree of interaction with the industry of tobacco, including consultations with relevant stakeholders, including the members of the industry, for the purposes in particular of an analysis of the impact of new legislation on the regulation of products of tobacco, the establishment of corresponding relations and the creation of control devices.

It should be noted also that the guidelines for the application of article 5(3) of the Convention are based on the principle that there is a certain degree of interaction between the parties and the tobacco industry since, within the framework of measure # 2, the first is recommended to establish "measures to limit interactions with the tobacco industry and ensure transparency which may occur". The Declaration is in accordance with recommendation 2.1 of the guidelines, according to which 'parties should interact with the tobacco industry only when and to the extent that is strictly necessary to make possible an effective regulation of the tobacco industry and tobacco products».

It is clear that, during all interactions necessary, parties must have in mind that there is a fundamental and irreconcilable conflict between the interests of the tobacco industry and public health. It should be noted also that according to the statement made by the Czech Republic, the expression 'cooperation' is understood as equivalent to the term used in the aforementioned guidelines «interaction».»

Communicated on 20 February 2015 AUSTRALIA 05-01-2014 communication: «considering that the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Australian Government has approved the presentation of an interpretative declaration ('the Declaration') concerning the text of the interpretative declaration presented by the Czech Republic at the time of its ratification, on June 1, 2012, of the framework Convention of the who for the control of tobacco adopted in Geneva on 21 May 2003 , which entered into force for Australia on February 27, 2005 ("the Convention", Australian Treaty Series 7, 2005), the present certify the statement of Australia concerning the Declaration presented by the Czech Republic at the time of its ratification of the Convention on June 1, 2012 is as follows: 1. Australia declares that the Convention does not recognize the tobacco industry any right to non-discriminatory treatment.

2. Australia notes that paragraph 3 of article 5 (General obligations) of the Convention requires parties to ensure that their tobacco control policies are not influenced by commercial interests and others in the industry of tobacco, in accordance with national legislation.

3 Australia declares that it considers that the parties to the single Convention must have relationships with the tobacco industry in cases and in the strict measure in that it allows them to effectively regulate the aforementioned industry and tobacco products, and that they should ensure that these relationships are transparent"- 20051118200 Convention International against DOPING in the sport.

Paris, November 18, 2005. BOE: 16-02-2007, NO.: 41; 28-04-2007, NO. 102; 16-07-2007, no. 169 MADAGASCAR 31-10-2014 01-12-2014 ratification entry into force D.D - environment - 19890322200 Basel Convention on the CONTROL of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal.

Basel, 22 March 1989. BOE: 22-09-1994, NO. 227.

ISRAEL 16-01-2015 communication: "The Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in its capacity as depositary of the Basel Convention on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal, and refers to the depositary, of 6 January 2015 date communication, concerning the request of the Palestinian accession to that Convention (reference no. C.N.3.2015.TREATIES-XXVII.3).

"Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and does not have legal capacity to adhere to the Convention, both from the point of view of international law general as Palestinian-Israeli bilateral agreements.

The israeli Government does not recognize "Palestine" as a State, and want to make notes for the sake of greater clarity, which does not consider to "Palestine" as a party to the Convention, and considered that Palestinian accession application has no legal validity and has no effect on the conventional relations of Israel under the Convention.

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Basel Convention on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.3.2015.TREATIES-XXVII.3).» The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the mentioned communication has been made by the Secretary-General acting in its capacity as depositary of the Basel Convention on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to explain its position with respect to the intended accession of «Palestine» to the Basel Convention on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal, namely, that «Palestinian» does not have the necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and that the Basel Convention of 1989 on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal will not enter into force or It will affect the conventional relations of Canada with respect to the 'State of Palestine'.

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.44.2015.TREATIES-January 23, 2015 XXVII.3, transmitting a communication from Israel concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Basel Convention on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and» its elimination, on March 22, 1989.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Israel, occupying power, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Basel Convention on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal, which will enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

PALESTINE 06-02-2015 COMMUNICATION:
«Of the State of Palestine's permanent observer to the Organization of the United Nations presents its compliments to the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.50.2015.TREATIES-XXVII.3 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Basel Convention on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal of» on March 22, 1989.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Basel Convention on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal, which will enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

-19920605200 Convention on the diversity biological Rio de Janeiro, 05 June 1992. BOE: 01-02-1994, NO. 27.

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Convention on biological diversity, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.5.2015.TREATIES-XXVII.8).» The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the aforementioned communication was conducted by the Secretary-General acting in its capacity as depositary of the Convention on biological diversity. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to explain its position with respect to the intended accession of «Palestine» to the Convention on biological diversity, namely «Palestinian» does not have the necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and the Convention on biological diversity will not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the 'State of Palestine'.

ISRAEL 16-01-2015 communication: "The Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in its capacity as depositary of the Convention on biological diversity, and refers to the depositary, of 6 January 2015 date communication, concerning the request of the Palestinian accession to that Convention (reference no. C.N.5.2015.TREATIES-XXVII.8).

"Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and does not have legal capacity to adhere to the Convention, both from the point of view of international law general as Palestinian-Israeli bilateral agreements.

The israeli Government does not recognize "Palestine" as a State, and want to make notes for the sake of greater clarity, which does not consider to "Palestine" as a party to the Convention, and considered that Palestinian accession application has no legal validity and has no effect on the conventional relations of Israel under the Convention.

ANDORRA 04-02-2015 adherence 05-05-2015 entry in force Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.51.2015.TREATIES-XXVII.8 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada on the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on biodiversity of 5 of» June 1992.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on biological diversity, which will enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.43.2015.TREATIES-January 23, 2015 XXVII.8, transmitting a communication from Israel concerning the accession of the State of Palestine, to the Convention on biological diversity , on June 5, 1992.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Israel, occupying power, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on biological diversity, which will enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

UNITED KINGDOM 27-03-2015 NOTIFICATION OF TERRITORIAL APPLICATION TO GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND THE SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS.

27-03-2015 effects - 20000129200 Protocol of CARTAGENA on the BIOSAFETY of the Convention on the biological diversity Montreal, 29 January 2000. BOE: 30-07-2003, no. 181 and 27-11-2003, no. 284.

COSTA DE MARFIL 12-03-2015 ACCESSION 10-06-2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE - 20010522200 STOCKHOLM CONVENTION ON POLLUTING ORGANIC PERSISTENT.

Stockholm, 22 May 2001. BOE: 23-06-2004, NO. 151-04-10-2007, NO. 238.

MAURICIO 19-02-2015 acceptance of amendments to annexes A, B and C of the Convention 20-05-2015 entry in force - 20101029200 Protocol of NAGOYA on access to LOS resources genetic and participation fair and equitable in the benefits that are derived of use at Convention on the diversity biological Nagoya, October 29, 2010. BOE: 2014-08-20, no. 202 and 09-10-2014, no. 245.

19-01-2015 Cambodia ratification 19-04-2015 entry into force Democratic Republic of the CONGO 04-02-2015 ratification 05-05-2015 entry into force E - legal - Civil and international private law - C.E. 19500925200 Protocol relating to the International Commission on CIVIL status (CIEC).

Berne, September 25, 1950. BOE: 14-05-1976, NO. 116.

31-12-2014 complaint 30-06-2015 effects this withdrawal does not affect the position of Germany as a party or signatory to other conventions of the CIEC.

-19520925200 additional protocol to the Protocol to the Commission International of the CIVIL State, Luxembourg, on September 25, 1952. BOE: 14-05-1976, NO. 116.

31-12-2014 complaint 30-06-2015 effects this withdrawal does not affect the position of Germany as a party or signatory to other conventions of the CIEC.

-19540301201 Convention at the Hague CIVIL procedure, on March 1, 1954. BOE: 13-12-1961, no. 297 and 24-03-1972, no. 72.

Kazakhstan 29-01-2015 14-10-2015 accession entry into force - 19560620200 Convention on the obtaining food in the overseas New York, 20 June 1956. BOE: 24-11-1966, 1971-11-16 and 24-04-1972.

Croatia 13-01-2015 notification pursuant to paragraphs 2 and 3 of article 2: La Mission permanent of the Republic of Croatia to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization of the United Nations and has the honour to inform you that the Republic of Croatia who plays the task to the intermediary institution in the framework of the Convention on the taking of food abroad is the Ministry of Social Affairs and political and Youth.

United Kingdom 04-02-2015 notification under article 2: ' in accordance with paragraph 3 of article 2, the Government of the United Kingdom declares that you for the Isle of Man, the issuing authority and the intermediary institution will be: Secretary Chief courts of Justice of the Isle of Man Douglas island of Man IM1 3AR»-20011116200 Convention relative to guarantee international elements of team mobile.

Cape Town, 16 November 2001. BOE: 04-10-2013, NO. 238 EGYPT 10-12-2014 ACCESSION
01-04-2015 entry in force general declaration pursuant to article 39.1. to.

The Arab Republic of Egypt declares that the priority of the rights and privileges on the aircraft in the Arab Republic of Egypt will be as follows: in accordance with Egyptian law No. 26 of 1976, section second of the second chapter, the following rights shall have preference, with respect to aircraft, to the payment charged to its price and according to the established order in this section : 1. expenses incurred for the benefit of all the creditors in the execution and sale of the aircraft and in the distribution of its price.

2. the debts related to premiums corresponding to the rescue of the aircraft and necessary extraordinary expenses for its conservation.

3. the compensation payable for damage caused by aircraft to third parties on Earth, already caused by the aircraft or a person or any object falling from it, unless the owner or who operates economically have secured such damages for the benefit of the cause of the damage; insurance will cover the value of the compensation payable in this case, or a percentage of 20% of the value of the new aircraft, the least of any of the two values.

4. debts accrued in the last voyage of the aircraft, or that they were about to accrue before its forced sale under the provisions of the second section of the first chapter of the Act, as a result of repair, maintenance, reception, or the departure of the aircraft, or the supply of fuel, lubricant, food or supplies necessary for the passengers or the crew.

The priority of all these rights will be defined in accordance with the order of priority established in the preceding paragraph.

Notifiable pursuant to article 54.2 applicable to all resources for the Arabic Republic of Egypt declares that in accordance with article 54.2 of the Convention: «all resource that provided the creditor in accordance with any of the provisions of this Convention, and whose exercise is not subordinated under these provisions to a petition to the Court, be exercised only with the approval of the Court.»

BURKINA FASO 12-12-2014 ACCESSION 01 - 04 - 2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE COSTA DE MARFIL 09-02-2015 ACCESSION 01-06-2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE - 200811272001 CONVENTION EUROPEAN ADOPTION OF CHILDREN (REVISED).

Strasbourg, November 27, 2008. BOE 13-07-2011, no. 167 Germany 02-03-2015 01-07-2015 ratification entry into force E.D - right criminal and procedural law - 19580610200 Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards.

New York, 10 June 1958. BOE: 11-07-1977, no. 164 and 10-17-1986, no. 249.

United States 16-01-2015 communication: «the Mission of United States of America to the Organization of the United Nations Organization salutes and refers to the notification of the depositary of the Secretary General C.N.2.2015.TREATIES-XXII.1, of date 6 January 2015, on of the 'State of Palestine' purported accession to the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, done at New York on 10 June 1958 (in hereinafter «the Convention»).»

The Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the status of sovereign State and does not recognize it as such. Only sovereign States may accede to the Convention. Accordingly, the Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the condition required to accede to the Convention and affirms that it will not be considered bound by a conventional relationship with the 'State of Palestine' under the Convention."

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.2.2015.TREATIES-XXII.1).» The Permanent Mission of Canada notes that the mentioned communication has been done by the Secretary General acting in his capacity as depositary of the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to expose their position on the so-called accession of «Palestine» to the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, namely, that "Palestine" does not have a necessary condition for acceding to the Convention and that the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards shall not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the 'State of Palestine'.

ISRAEL 16-01-2015 communication: "The Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary of the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, and refers to the depositary, of 6 January 2015 date communication, concerning the request of the Palestinian accession to that Convention (reference no. C.N.2.2015.TREATIES-XXII.1).

"Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and does not have legal capacity to adhere to the Convention, both from the point of view of international law general as Palestinian-Israeli bilateral agreements.

The israeli Government does not recognize "Palestine" as a State, and want to make notes for the sake of greater clarity, which does not consider to "Palestine" as a party to the Convention, and considered that Palestinian accession application has no legal validity and has no effect on the conventional relations of Israel under the Convention.

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.61.2015.TREATIES-January 23, 2015 XXII.1 transmitting a communication from Canada on the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards foreign of June 10, 1958.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, which shall enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, salutes the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.40.2015.TREATIES-XXII.1 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Israel concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards , June 10, 1958.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Israel, occupying power, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, which shall enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by the other States parties.

PALESTINE 06-02-2015 COMMUNICATION:
«Of the State of Palestine's permanent observer to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.39.2015.TREATIES-XXII.1 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from the United States of America concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards of June 10, 1958.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the stance of the United States of America, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, which shall enter into force on 2 April 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

-19590420201 EUROPEAN CONVENTION OF JUDICIAL ASSISTANCE IN CRIMINAL MATTERS.

Strasbourg, 20 April 1959. BOE: 17-09-1982, NO. 223.

Denmark 22-01-2015 notice of declaration: «"judicial authority" means in Denmark tribunals, the independent authority responsible for complaints against the police and the authorities responsible for the procedures which, in accordance with the Danish Court Administration Act, including the Ministry of Justice, the Director of criminal procedure, prosecutors and the Police Commissioners."

-19731214200 CONVENTION ON THE PREVENTION AND PUNISHMENT OF CRIMES AGAINST INTERNATIONALLY PROTECTED INCLUDING DIPLOMATIC AGENTS.

New York, 14 December 1973. BOE: 07-02-1986, NO. 33.

United States 16-01-2015 communication: «the Mission of United States of America to the Organization of the United Nations Organization salutes and refers to the notification of the depositary of the Secretary General C.N.7.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.7, of date 6 January 2015, claimed the 'State of Palestine' accession to the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected persons , including diplomatic agents, done at New York on 14 December 1973 (in later 'the Convention').

The Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the status of sovereign State and does not recognize it as such. Only sovereign States may accede to the Convention. Consequently, the Government of the United States of America considered that the 'State of Palestine' does not have the condition required to adhere to the Convention, and says that it will not be considered bound by a conventional relationship with the 'State of Palestine' under the Convention."

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations presents its compliments to the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected persons, including diplomatic agents, as well as to the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.7.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.7).» The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the mentioned communication has been done by the Secretary General acting in his capacity as depositary of the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected persons, including diplomatic agents. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, as the Permanent Mission of Canada want to expose its position with respect to the intended accession of «Palestine» to the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected persons, including diplomatic agents, namely, that 'Palestinian' does not have a necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected persons including diplomatic agents shall not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the 'State of Palestine'.

ISRAEL 16-01-2015 communication: "the Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in its capacity as depositary of the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected persons, including diplomatic agents, and refers to the communication of the depositary, of date January 6, 2015 relative to the Palestinian request for accession to that Convention (reference no. C.N.7.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.7).

"Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and does not have legal capacity to adhere to the Convention, both from the point of view of general international law and the Palestinian-Israeli bilateral agreements.

The israeli Government does not recognize "Palestine" as a State, and want to make notes for the sake of greater clarity, which does not consider to "Palestine" as a party to the Convention, and considered that Palestinian accession application has no legal validity and has no effect on the conventional relations of Israel under the Convention.

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.52.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.7 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected , including diplomatic agents of 14 December 1973.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected, including diplomatic agents, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.36.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.7 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Israel concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected , including diplomatic agents of 14 December 1973.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Israel, occupying power, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected, including diplomatic agents, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

PALESTINE 06-02-2015 COMMUNICATION:
"Of the State of Palestine's permanent observer to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.35.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.7 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from the United States of America concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected persons , including diplomatic agents of 14 December 1973.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the stance of the United States of America, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against internationally protected, including diplomatic agents, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

-19791217200 CONVENTION AGAINST THE TAKING OF HOSTAGES.

New York, 17 December 1979. BOE: 07-07-1984, NO. 162.

France 09-01-2015 objection to the Declaration made by VIETNAM in the time of its accession "the Government of the French Republic has examined the statement made by Viet Nam on the occasion of his accession to the International Convention against the taking of hostages."

In the statement, Viet Nam States in particular that "the provisions of the International Convention against the taking of hostages are not directly applicable to Viet Nam ' and that ' the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam will properly apply the provisions of the Convention through multilateral and bilateral mechanisms specific provisions of its laws and internal regulations and in accordance with the principle of reciprocity".

The French Government considers that the legal effect of the Declaration of Viet Nam is to limit the scope of certain provisions of the Convention. The Declaration of Viet Nam must thus be analysed as a reserve.

The French Government considers that Viet Nam intends to, with that statement, avoiding the direct application of the provisions of the Convention. As a Contracting Party to the Convention, Viet Nam has to adopt the measures necessary for the implementation of the obligations contained in the Convention in its national legal system. In this sense, the reservation made by Viet Nam is incompatible with the objective and purposes of the Convention.

The French Government also notes that Viet Nam intends to, with that statement, submit the application of the provisions of the Convention to respect for the principle of reciprocity. However, the objective and purposes of the Convention are to develop cooperation between States for anyone who take hostages is prosecuted or extradited even though the State that the hostage taker has not to apply the provisions of the Convention or not a party to this. In this respect, the French Government considers that the Government of Viet Nam has formulated a reservation incompatible with the objective and purposes of the Convention, namely that anyone who take hostages should be prosecuted or extradited.

As a result, the Government of the French Republic formulates an objection to the Declaration of Viet Nam. This objection does not preclude the entry into force of the Convention between France and Viet Nam."

-19831124200 Convention European on compensation to the victims of crimes violent Strasbourg, 24 November 1983. BOE: 29-12-2001, NO. 312.

MALTA 03-03-2015 SIGNATURE AND RATIFICATION 01-07-2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE - 19901108200 CONVENTION ON THE LAUNDERING, TRACKING, SEIZURE AND CONFISCATION OF THE PROCEEDS FROM CRIME.

Strasbourg, November 08, 1990. BOE: 21-10-1998, NO. 252.

United Kingdom 04-12-2014 modification of declaration 04-12-2014 effects "is updated the statement of central authorities made by the United Kingdom in accordance with article 23 (1) of the Convention, registered at the Secretariat General on September 28, 1992, as follows: 1. for the purposes of shipping, response and execution of applications relating to England and Wales and Northern Ireland» the central authority for criminal applications is the Home Office.

Authority Central United Kingdom drive assistance Court Home Office Seacole Building, 2 Marsham Street, London, SW1P 4DF Tel: + 44 (0) 207 035 4040 Fax: + 44 (0) 207 035 6985 E-mail: ukca-ilor@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk 2. For the purposes of shipping, response and execution of applications relating to England and Wales and Northern Ireland, the central authority for the seizure of assets in the absence of condemnation is the Home Office.

Funds of origin criminal Centre strategic of organized crime - persecution Office of security and fight against terrorism Home Office 6th floor, Peel Building, 2 Marsham Street, London, SW1P 4DF Tel: + 44 (0) 207 035 1559 E-mail: Stephen.goadby@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk 3. For the purposes of response and execution of applications relating to tax and customs issues in England and Wales and Northern Ireland, the central authority is the tax administration and customs (HMRC).

Cooperation legal Room HMRC 2E10, 100 Parliament Street, London, SW1A 2BQ Fax: + 44 (0) 3000 586908 Email: mla@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk 4. For the purposes of shipping, response to requests and transmission of these to the competent authorities responsible for execution in Scotland, the central authority is the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service.

«Unit cooperation international Crown Office 25 Chambers Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LA Tel: + 44 (0) 131 243 8152 Fax: + 44 (0) 131 243 8153 Email: coicu@copfs.gsi.gov.uk» United Kingdom 09-01-2015 notice of application TERRITORIAL to the BAILIWICK of JERSEY 01-05-2015 effects «the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland declares that, in accordance with article 38 of the Convention on money-laundering» seizure and confiscation of the proceeds from crime, the ratification of the Convention by the United Kingdom extends to the territory of the Bailiwick of Jersey, whose international relations takes over the United Kingdom.

In accordance with paragraph 3 of article 14 of the Convention, the Government of the United Kingdom declares that, as regards the Bailiwick of Jersey, paragraph 2 of article 14 shall apply without prejudice to the constitutional principles and the basic concepts of the legal system of the Bailiwick of Jersey.

In accordance with paragraph 2 of article 21 of the Convention, the Government of the United Kingdom declares that, so as regards the Bailiwick of Jersey, court documents be notified through the central authority of the Bailiwick of Jersey. The Bailiwick of Jersey central authority is: the Attorney-General of his Majesty Law Officer completo Department Morier House Halkett Place St. Helier Jersey JE1 1DD in accordance with paragraph 3 of article 25 of the Convention, the Government of the United Kingdom declares that, for what regards the Bailiwick of Jersey, requests sent to the Bailiwick of Jersey and annexed to such requests documents must accompany their translation into English.

«In accordance with paragraph 1 of article 23 of the Convention, the Government of the United Kingdom declares that, for what regards the Bailiwick of Jersey, the central authority is: the Attorney-General of his Majesty Law Officer completo Department Morier House Halkett Place St. Helier Jersey JE1 1DD»-19941209200 Convention on the safety of the personnel of the Nations United and the associated personnel.

New York, 9 December 1994. BOE: 25-05-1999, NO. 124.

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Convention on the safety of United Nations staff and associated personnel, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.9.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.8).» The Permanent Mission of Canada notes that the mentioned communication has been done by the Secretary General acting in his capacity as depositary of the Convention on the safety of United Nations staff and associated personnel. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.
In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada want to thus exposing its position with respect to the intended accession of «Palestine» to the Convention on the safety of United Nations staff and associated personnel, namely, that 'Palestine' does not have a necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and the Convention on the safety of United Nations staff and associated personnel shall not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada respect of the 'State of Palestine'.

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.54.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.8 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Convention on the safety of United Nations staff and associated personnel of 9 December 1994.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Convention on the safety of United Nations staff and associated personnel, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

-19971215200 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF TERRORIST BOMBINGS COMMITTED WITH BOMBS.

New York, 15 December 1997. BOE: 12-06-2001, no. 140 and 08-06-2002, no. 137.

France 09-01-2015 objection to the Declaration made by Viet Nam upon accession: 'the Government of the French Republic has examined the statement made by Viet Nam on the occasion of his accession to the International Convention for the Suppression of terrorist bombings.

In this Declaration, Viet Nam in particular States that 'the provisions of the International Convention for the Suppression of terrorist bombings are not directly applicable to Viet Nam' and that ' the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam will properly apply the provisions of the Convention through multilateral and bilateral mechanisms specific provisions in their laws and internal regulations and in accordance with the principle of reciprocity.

The French Government considers that the legal effect of the Declaration of Viet Nam is to limit the scope of certain provisions of the Convention. The Declaration of Viet Nam must thus be analysed as a reserve.

The French Government considers that Viet Nam intends to, with that statement, submit the application of the provisions of the Convention to respect for the principle of reciprocity. Well, as they highlight the previous considerations, the objective of the Convention is now respond to 'the urgent need for intensified international cooperation among States with a view to establish and adopt practical and effective measures to prevent such terrorist attacks and prosecute and punish perpetrators'. In this respect, the reservation made by Viet Nam is incompatible with the objective and purposes of the Convention.

As a result, the Government of the French Republic formulates an objection to the Declaration of Viet Nam. This objection does not preclude the entry into force of the Convention between France and Viet Nam."

-19980717200 ROME STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT.

Rome, 17 July 1998. BOE: 27-05-2002, no. 126 CANADA 16-01-2015 communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date January 6, 2015 (C.N.13.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.10).» The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the mentioned communication has been made by the Secretary-General acting in its capacity as depositary of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to expose their position on the so-called accession of «Palestine» to the Rome Statute of the Criminal Court International, namely that "Palestine" does not have a necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and that the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court will not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the 'State of Palestine'.

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.57.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.10 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the Statute of Rome of the International Criminal Court of 17 July 1998.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, which shall enter into force on April 1, 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

-19990127200 CONVENTION ON CORRUPTION CRIMINAL.

Strasbourg, 27 January 1999. BOE: 28-07-2010 NO. 182.

ANDORRA-21 11-2014 notification of renewal of reservation: "in accordance with paragraph 2 of article 38 of the Convention, Andorra declares that integrally maintains reservations relating to articles 7, 8 and 12 of the Convention, made in accordance with paragraph 1 of article 37 of the Convention, for a period of three years referred to in paragraph 1 of article 38 of the Convention."

Note by the Secretariat: reservations are the following: «according to paragraph 1 of article 37 of the Convention, Andorra declares that it will only qualify the acts referred to in articles 7 and 8 as offences under its domestic law, when they are defined as such in the Criminal Code of the Principality of Andorra.

«In accordance with paragraph 1 of article 37 of the Convention, Andorra reserves the right qualify as criminal offences the acts referred to in article 12, only in cases in which is not an act of attempt, in accordance with its domestic law.»

PERIOD of validity: Three years from 01-09-2014 ARMENIA 16-12-2014 renewal of reservation: "In accordance with paragraph 2 of article 38 of the Convention, Armenia declares that it fully maintains the reservation relating to article 26 of the Convention, made in accordance with paragraph 3 of article 37, for a period of three years referred to in paragraph 1 of article 38 of the Convention."

Note by the Secretariat: the reserve is as follows: "Pursuant to paragraph 3 of article 37 of the Convention, the Republic of Armenia declares that it may render legal assistance in accordance with paragraph 1 of article 26, if the request relates to an offence considered political."

PERIOD OF VALIDITY: THREE YEARS FROM 01-05-2015.

-19991209200 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE FINANCING OF TERRORISM.

New York, 9 December 1999. BOE: 23-05-2002, NO. 123, 13-06-2002, NO. 141.

AUSTRIA 03-07-2014 objection to the interpretative declaration made by KUWAIT at the time of ratification "the Austrian Government has carefully examined the interpretative declaration of the State of Kuwait at the time of its ratification of the International Convention for the Suppression of the financing of terrorism.

The Austrian Government believes that the Declaration is a reservation unilaterally limited the scope of the Convention and that the reservation is contrary to the object and purposes of the Convention, i.e. the Suppression of the financing of terrorist acts, regardless of where they are produced and who are their authors.
On the other hand, the reservation is contrary to the provisions of article 6 of the Convention, according to which the States parties undertake to "[take] measures that may be necessary, including, where appropriate, the adoption of domestic legislation, to ensure that criminal acts within the scope of the Convention could not be justified under any circumstances by considerations of a political nature» «, philosophical, ideological, racial, ethnic, religious or other similar».

The Austrian Government wants to highlight that under customary international law, as provided by the Vienna Convention on the law of treaties, is not allowed any reservation incompatible with the object and the purposes of the Convention. In the interest of all States, it is advisable that all parties respect treaties that have chosen to become parties in terms of its purpose and its aims, and that are willing to make to their national legislation all modifications necessary to comply with its obligations under those treaties.

The Austrian Government formula for objection to the aforementioned reservation made by Kuwait to the International Convention for the Suppression of the financing of terrorism.

However, this objection does not preclude the entry into force of the Convention between Austria and Kuwait."

REPUBLIC CZECH 10-07-2014 OBJECTION TO THE INTERPRETATIVE DECLARATION MADE BY KUWAIT AT THE TIME OF RATIFICATION;

"The Government of the Czech Republic has examined the interpretative declaration formulated by the State of Kuwait at the time of its accession to the International Convention for the Suppression of the financing of terrorism, which specified that the fact of consent to be bound by this agreement contravenes no commitments as an Arab and Muslim country with regard to the definition of terrorism and the distinction that has to be done between it and the national struggle legitimate against the occupation.

The Government of the Czech Republic believes that the interpretative declaration is actually a reserve, because its purpose is to remove or modify the legal effect of certain provisions of the Convention in their application to the State of Kuwait. It considers that such reservation is general and vague, since you don't specify the content of its commitments on Arab and Muslim State with respect to the definition of terrorism and the distinction that has to be done between it and the legitimate national struggle against occupation, which prevents measure fully the nature and scope of such a book. You want to remember that reservations cannot be general and vague, lack of precision as to its scope, it is impossible to assess whether or not they are compatible with the object and the purposes of the Convention.

In addition, the reservation made by the State of Kuwait left open the question of its compatibility with the object and purposes of the Convention, i.e. the question of the extent to which that State undertakes to apply the definition of legally binding acts of terrorism, including those provided for in subparagraph (b)) of paragraph 1 of article 2 of the Convention carried out against civilians or anyone else who do not participate directly in the hostilities in an armed conflict. Nothing, and in particular no legitimate national struggle carried out against the occupation, could justify such acts whose authors, whatever those are, must be prosecuted, regardless of the circumstances and the context in which those acts were committed. This reserve has to seriously doubt the will of the State of Kuwait to honour the commitments it has taken in terms of the object and the purposes of the Convention.

As a result, the Government of the Czech Republic made an objection to the mentioned reserve of the State of Kuwait. Objection will not prevent the entry into force of the Convention between the State of Kuwait and the Czech Republic, and shall become effective without the State of Kuwait may avail of your booking.»

-20001115200 CONVENTION OF THE NATIONS UNITED AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME.

New York, 15 November 2000. BOE: 29-09-2003, NO. 233.

United States 16-01-2015 communication: «the Mission of United States of America to the Organization of the United Nations Organization salutes and refers to the notification of the depositary of the Secretary General C.N.8.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.12, of date 6 January 2015, on the alleged membership of the 'State of Palestine' to the United Nations against the transnational organized crime Convention made in New York on 15 November 2000 (in hereafter "the Convention").

The Government of the United States of America considered that the "State of Palestine" does not have the status of sovereign State and does not recognize it as such. Only sovereign States may accede to the Convention. Consequently, the Government of the United States of America believes that the "State of Palestine" is not the condition required to adhere to the Convention, and says that it will not be considered bound by a conventional relationship with the 'State of Palestine' under the Convention."

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.8.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.12).» The Permanent Mission of Canada notes that the mentioned communication has been done by the Secretary General acting in his capacity as depositary of the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to expose their position on the alleged membership of "Palestine" to the Convention of the United Nations against the transnational organized crime, namely that "Palestine" does not have the necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and that the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime will not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the "State of Palestine"».

ISRAEL 16-01-2015 communication: "The Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity of depositary of the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime, and refers to the depositary, of 6 January 2015 date communication, concerning the request of the Palestinian accession to that Convention (reference no. C.N.8.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.12).

"Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and does not have legal capacity to adhere to the Convention, both from the point of view of general international law and the Palestinian-Israeli bilateral agreements.

The israeli Government does not recognize "Palestine" as a State, and want to make notes for the sake of greater clarity, which does not consider to "Palestine" as a party to the Convention, and considered that Palestinian accession application has no legal validity and has no effect on the conventional relations of Israel under the Convention.

Palestine Ø6-02-2015 communication: "of the State of Palestine's permanent observer to the Organization of the United Nations presents its compliments to the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.53.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.12 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime of 15 November» 2000.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine '' status for non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations". Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

PALESTINE 06-02-2015 COMMUNICATION:
«Of the State of Palestine's permanent observer to the Organization of the United Nations presents its compliments to the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.37.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.12 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Israel concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime of 15 November 2000.»

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Israel, occupying power, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine '' status for non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations". Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.38.2015.TREATIES-XVIII.12 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from the United States of America concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime of» on November 15, 2000.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the stance of the United States of America, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the United Nations Convention against transnational organized crime, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

-20010531200 PROTOCOL AGAINST THE MANUFACTURING AND TRAFFICKING ILLICIT FIREARMS, THEIR PARTS AND COMPONENTS AND AMMUNITION, SUPPLEMENTING THE CONVENTION OF THE NATIONS UNITED AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME.

New York, 31 May 2001. BOE: 23-03-2007, NO. 71.

Denmark 04-02-2015 approved 06-03-2015 entry in force, with notification of territorial exclusion for Greenland and the Faroe Islands - 20030515200 additional protocol to the criminal Convention on corruption.

Strasbourg, 15 May 2003. BOE: 07-03-2011, no. 56 and 08-04-2011, no. 84.

TURKEY 16-12-0214 01-04-2015 RATIFICATION ENTRY INTO FORCE BELARUS 05-02-2015 RATIFICATION 01-06-2015 ENTRY IN FORCE ANDORRA 20-02-2015 RATIFICATION 01-06-2015 ENTRY IN FORCE HUNGARY 27-02-2015 RATIFICATION 01-06-2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE - 20031031200 NATIONS CONVENTION UNITED AGAINST CORRUPTION.

New York, 31 October 2003. BOE: 19-07-2006, NO. 171.

23-01-2015 SOUTH SUDAN 22-02-2015 ACCESSION ENTRY INTO FORCE - 20050516201 CONVENTION OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE ON THE PREVENTION OF TERRORISM.

Warsaw, 16 May 2005. BOE: 16-10-2009, NO. 250.

NETHERLANDS 23-01-2015 COUNTRIES NOTIFICATION OF TERRITORIAL APPLICATION AND RESERVE.

01-05-2015 effects «»The Kingdom of the Netherlands accepts the Convention by Aruba. «» Without prejudice to paragraph 2 of article 20 of the Convention, the Kingdom of the Netherlands reserves the right to refuse the extradition of the alleged perpetrator of any of the offences to which referred to in articles 5 to 7 and 9 of the Convention, which are considered political offences or offences related to a political offence, when such offences do not relate to the offences described in the conventions to that referred to in paragraphs 9 and 10 of the Annex to the Convention."

-20050516202 CONVENTION ON LAUNDERING, SEARCH, SEIZURE AND CONFISCATION OF THE PROCEEDS FROM CRIME AND THE FINANCING OF TERRORISM.

Warsaw, 16 May 2005. BOE: 26-06-2010, NO. 155.

Republic MOLDOVA 24-10-2014 communication of authorities or bodies designated in application of a conventional layout: central authorities: (article 33, paragraph 2) Centre national anti-corruption BLD. Ştefan cel Mare 198, MD-2004, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova Ministry of Justice str. 31 August 1989, no. 82, MD-2012, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova Office of the Prosecutor General str. Bănulescu Bodoni 26, MD-2012, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova (article 46 above, paragraph 13) Office of prevention and fight against the laundering of money Center national anti-corruption Bld. Ştefan cel Mare şi Sfint 198, MD-2004, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova email: spcsb@spcsb.cna.md, tel.: + 373 22 257 206, Fax: + 373 22 257 318 date of effect: 24 October 2014.

Notification made pursuant to article 56 of the Convention."

-20100610201 amendment to article 8 of the Statute of Rome of the Court criminal international Kampala, June 10, 2010. BOE: 24-12-2014, NO. 310.

MALTA 30-01-2015 ratification 30-01-2016 entry in force COSTA RICA 05-02-2015 ratification 05-02-2016 entry in force - 20100611200 amendments to the Statute of Rome of the International Criminal Court relating to the crime of aggression Kampala, June 11, 2010. BOE: 24-12-2014, NO. 310.

MALTA 30-01-2015 ratification 30-01-2016 entry in force COSTA RICA 05-02-2015 ratification 05-02-2016 entry in force Republic Czech 12-03-2015 acceptance 12-03-2016 entry in force - 20110511200 Convention of the Council of Europe on prevention and fight against the violence against the woman and LA violence domestic Istanbul, May 11, 2011. BOE: No. 137 06-06-2014.

Slovenia 05-02-2015 01-06-2015 ratification entry into force, with the following reservation: "in accordance with paragraph 2 of article 78 of the Convention, the Republic of Slovenia declares that he reserves the right not to apply the provisions contained in:-paragraph 2 of article 30;»

-paragraph 1.e, 3 and 4 of article 44;

-paragraph 1 of article 55 in regards to article 35 with respect to minor offences;

-Article 58 in regards to articles 37, 38 and 39; and article 59.»

F - labour F.B - specific - 19280616200 Convention number 26 of the ILO, relative to the institution's methods of fixing wages minimum Geneva, June 16, 1928. GACETA DE MADRID: 03-12-1929.

Kazakhstan 05-03-2015 05-03-2015 ratification entry into force - 19490701200 Convention No. 95 of the ILO relating to the protection of wages Geneva, 01 July 1949. BOE: 22-08-1959.

KAZAKHSTAN 03-02-2015 03-02-2016 RATIFICATION ENTRY INTO FORCE - 19950622200 CONVENTION NO. 176 OF THE ILO ON SAFETY AND HEALTH IN MINES.

Geneva, 22 June 1995. BOE: 01-28-1999, NO. 24.

TURKEY 23-03-2015 23-03-2016 RATIFICATION ENTRY INTO FORCE - 20030619200 CONVENTION NUMBER 185 ILO DOCUMENTS OF IDENTITY OF SEAFARERS (REVISED), 2003.

Geneva, 19 June 2003. BOE: 14-11-2011, NO. 274.

GEORGIA 03-02-2015 03-08-2015 RATIFICATION ENTRY INTO FORCE - 20060223200 THE MARITIME LABOUR CONVENTION, 2006.

Geneva, 23 February 2006. BOE: 22-01-2013, no. 19 and 12-04-2013, no. 88.

MONTENEGRO 03-02-2015 ratification 03-02-2016 entry in force, with the following statement: "in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 10 of the standard A4.5, the Government specified the following branches of social security: medical care;" old-age benefits; employment injury benefits; family benefits; invalidity benefits and survival benefits.»

-20060531200 Convention number 187 of the ILO, on the framework promotional for the safety and health in the work Geneva, May 31, 2006. BOE: 04-08-2009, NO. 187.

Kazakhstan 03-02-2015 03-02-2016 ratification entry into force G - maritime G.A - general - 19821210200 United Nations Convention on the law of the sea.

Montego Bay, 10 December 1982. BOE: 14-02-1997, NO. 39.

Greece 16-01-2015 declaration under article 298: disputes concerning the interpretation or application of articles 15» 74 and 83 on the delimitation of maritime areas, or the controversies dealing with bays or historical titles;
(b) disputes concerning military activities, including military activities of vessels and aircraft used for a noncommercial service state and disputes concerning the enforcement acts performed in the exercise of sovereign rights or jurisdiction, and that paragraphs 2 or 3 of article 297 excludes from the jurisdiction of a court or a court;

(c) disputes for which the Security Council of the United Nations organization exercises the functions which has conferred it the Charter of the United Nations, unless the Security Council decides to exclude the issue from its agenda or invite the parties to resolve their dispute by the means provided for in the Convention."

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.10.2015.TREATIES-XXI.6).» The Permanent Mission of Canada notes that the mentioned communication has been done by the Secretary General acting in his capacity as depositary of the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to expose their position on the alleged membership of "Palestine" to the Convention of the United Nations on the law of the sea, namely that "Palestine" does not have the necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and that the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea will not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the "State of Palestine"».

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.55.2015.TREATIES-XXI.6 of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada concerning the accession of the State of Palestine to the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea of December 10» 1982.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine '' status for non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations". Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

-19940728200 AGREEMENT RELATING TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PART XI OF THE CONVENTION OF THE NATIONS UNITED ON THE LAW OF THE SEA OF 10 DECEMBER 1982.

New York, 28 July 1994. BOE: 13-02-1997, NO. 38.

16-01-2015 Canada communication: "the Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization and has the honour to refer to the agreement relating to the implementation of part XI of the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea, as well as the communication of the Secretary-General in this regard, of date 6 January 2015 (C.N.16.2015.TREATIES-XXI.6.a).» The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the mentioned communication has been made by the Secretary-General acting in its capacity as depositary of the agreement relating to the implementation of part XI of the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea. The Permanent Mission of Canada observes that the depositary plays a technical and administrative role, and that it is up to the parties to the Treaty, and not to the depositary, decide on any legal issue raised by the instruments submitted by the latter.

In this regard, the Permanent Mission of Canada observes that "Palestine" does not possess the powers of State from the point of view of international law, and is not recognized as such by Canada. To avoid any ambiguity, the Permanent Mission of Canada therefore wishes to explain its position with respect to the intended accession of "Palestine" to the agreement relating to the implementation of part XI of the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea, namely, that "Palestine" does not have the necessary condition for acceding to the Convention, and to the agreement relating to the implementation of part XI of the United Nations Convention on the law of the Sea shall not enter into force or affect conventional relations of Canada with respect to the "State of Palestine".»

Palestine 06-02-2015 communication: «the observer standing of the State of Palestine to the United Nations salutes the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary, and has the honour to refer to the notification of the depositary C.N.56.2015.TREATIES-XXI.6.a of 23 January 2015 transmitting a communication from Canada on the accession of the State of Palestine to the agreement relating to the implementation of part XI of the Convention of the Nations United on the law of the sea on July 28, 1994.

The Government of the State of Palestine regrets the position of Canada, and wishes to recall the resolution 67/19 of the UN General Assembly of the, of November 29, 2012, which gives Palestine the 'status of non-member observer State to the Organization of the United Nations'. Thus, Palestine is a State recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the international community.

As a State party to the agreement relating to the implementation of part XI of the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea, which entered into force on 1 February 2015, the State of Palestine shall exercise their rights and will meet its obligations to all States parties. The State of Palestine has that your rights and obligations will be respected in the same way by all States parties."

G.C - pollution - 19780217201 Protocol of 1978 relating to the International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships, 1973.

London, February 17, 1978. BOE: 17 and 18-10-1984, no. 249 and 250; 06-03-1991, NO. 56.

SUDAN 21-01-2015 ACCESSION WITH ANNEXES III, IV AND V 21-04-2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE - 19901130200 CONVENTION INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON COOPERATION, PREPARATION AND FIGHT AGAINST POLLUTION BY HYDROCARBONS, 1990.

London, 30 November 1990. BOE: 05-06-1995, NO. 133.

SUDAN 21-01-2015 21-04-2015 ACCESSION ENTRY INTO FORCE – 19970926200 1997 PROTOCOL AMENDING THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PREVENTION OF POLLUTION FROM SHIPS, 1973, AMENDED BY THE PROTOCOL OF 1978.

London, 26 September 1997. BOE: 18-10-2004, NO. 251.

GUATEMALA 30-01-2015 ACCESSION (ANNEX VI) 3004 - 2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE - 20000315200 PROTOCOL ON COOPERATION, PREPAREDNESS AND THE EVENTS OF POLLUTION BY HAZARDOUS AND NOXIOUS SUBSTANCES (OPRC - HNS).

London, March 15, 2000. BOE: 23-08-2006, NO. 201.

ALBANIA 19-01-2015 19-04-2015 accession entry into force I - communication and transportation I.D - satellite - 19760903200 Convention articles of the Organization International Telecommunications mobile by satellite (IMSO) London, 03 September 1976. BOE: 08-08-1979.

GEORGIA 12-01-2015 ADHESION 12-01-2015 entry into force amendment of the Convention 2008 J - economic 20120202200 ja - economic - financial and Treaty establishing the European stability mechanism (ESM) between the Kingdom of Belgium, the FEDERAL Republic of Germany, the Republic of ESTONIA, Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus , The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, MALTA, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of AUSTRIA, the Portuguese Republic, the Republic of Slovenia, the Republic Slovak and the Republic of Finland Brussels, February 2, 2012. BOE: 04-10-2012, NO. 239; 06-10-2012, NO. 241.

Lithuania 14-01-2015 03-02-2015 accession entry into force JB - financial - 19880125200 Convention of assistance administrative mutual in commodity tax Strasbourg, 25 January 1988. BOE: 08-11-2010, no. 270.

COUNTRIES Netherlands 23-10-2014 notification of statements: ' the Kingdom of the Netherlands amendment Annex A to the European and Caribbean parts of the Netherlands in the following manner: Annex A - tax that applies the Convention to the European part of the Netherlands, the Convention is applicable to taxes of any kind or name belonging to the categories referred to in article 2.1. a and 2.1. b.»
«For the Caribbean part of the Netherlands, the Convention is applicable to taxes of any kind or name belonging to the categories referred to in article 2.1. a and 2.1. b.»

Hungary 07-11-2014 01-03-2015 ratification entry into force, with the following reservations and declarations: "in accordance with paragraph 1 (c) of article 30 of the Convention, Hungary reserves the right to not provide assistance with respect to existing tax credits to the date of entry into force of the Convention for Hungary.

Annex A - Taxes to which the Convention applies paragraph 1.a of article 2: i) tax on the income of natural persons, societies tax.

(paragraph 1.b of article 2: i) tax on real estate, real estate-tax, rate professional;

(ii) taxes and contributions of social contribution (retirement quote, quote on health insurance, contributions to the labour market);

III) A: rights (inheritance tax, taxation of donations, onerous property transfer taxes);

C: tax d-value added tax on specific consumption;

(iv) tax on motor vehicles.

Annex B - competent authorities the Minister in charge of fiscal policy or his authorized representative.'

PORTUGAL 17-11-2014 01-03-2015 ratification entry into force, with the following reservations and declarations: "in accordance with paragraph 1.a of article 30 of the Convention, Portugal reserves the right to not provide any kind of assistance with respect to the compulsory social security contributions contained in paragraph 1.b.ii of article 2 of the Convention.

In accordance with paragraph 1.b of article 30 of the Convention, Portugal reserves the right to not provide any kind of assistance in recovery of tax credits or payment of administrative fines in what refers to the compulsory social security contributions referred to in paragraph 1.b.ii of article 2 of the Convention.

In accordance with paragraph 1 of article 30 of the Convention, Portugal reserves the right to not assist in notification of documents in what refers to the compulsory social security contributions referred to in paragraph 1.b.ii of article 2 of the Convention.

Annex A - Taxes to which the Convention applies i) paragraph 1.a.i article 2 - tax on the income of natural persons - tax on the income of the companies - supplementary tax of the State over the tax on the income of the companies.

(ii) paragraph 1.b.i article 2 - imposed supplementary local tax on the income of the companies.

(((iii) 1.b.iii A of article 2 - right ring on the free transfer (iv) paragraph 1.b.iii.B of article 2 - municipal tax on real estate property - municipal tax on real estate transmission v) paragraph 1.b.iii C of article 2 - added value tax vi) paragraph 1.b.iii. Article 2 - right on specific consumption vii d) paragraph 1.b.iii. E of article 2 - tax on the ownership of motor vehicles.

Annex B - competent authorities Portugal declares that the term 'competent authorities' means, for purposes of Annex B, the Minister of finance, the Director General of the tax authority and customs or its authorized representatives.

Cyprus 19-12-2014 01-04-2015 ratification entry into force, with the following objection, reservations and declarations: "the Republic of Cyprus made objection to the reservation by the Republic of Turkey on the occasion of the signing of the instrument of November 3, 2011, which limited the application of the provisions of the Convention and the Protocol to the States with which the Republic of Turkey has diplomatic relations. The aforementioned reservation is contrary to the object and purposes of the Convention, as opposed to the realization of the planned cooperation between all the Member States of the Council of Europe Convention, one of them being the Republic of Cyprus, so that the reservation is invalid.

In accordance with paragraph 1.a of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Cyprus shall not granted any kind of assistance in relation to the taxes of the other parties who belong to any of the following categories listed in paragraph 1.b of article 2: section b.i: taxes on income, profits, earnings from capital or equity interests received on behalf of political subdivisions or local authorities of a party;

Paragraph b(ii): compulsory social security contributions payable to public administrations or public law social security agencies;

Section b.iii: taxes of other categories, with the exception of the customs duties, established on the one hand, namely: a. tax on successions and donations;

D. taxes on goods and certain services, such as the excise duties;

E tax on the use or ownership of motor vehicles;

F tax on the use or ownership of movable property which are not motor vehicles;

G all other taxes.

Paragraph b. IV: taxes of the categories referred to in the previous subparagraph (iii), which are collected on behalf of the political subdivisions or local authorities of a party.

In accordance with paragraph 1.b of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Cyprus does not assist in terms of payment of any tax credits or payment of administrative fines, with respect to all of the taxes.

In accordance with paragraph 1 of article 29 of the Convention, the term Cyprus means Republic of Cyprus and, when used in a geographical sense, includes the national territory, the territorial sea as well as the areas outside the territorial sea, including the contiguous zone, the exclusive economic zone and the continental plateau that has been designated or may designate in the future , under the laws of Cyprus and in accordance with international law, as an area in which Cyprus may exercise sovereign rights or jurisdiction.

Annex A - Taxes to which the Convention applies paragraph 1.a.i article 2:-tax on income;

-tax companies;

-special contribution to the defense of the Republic;

paragraph 1.a.ii article 2:-tax on capital gains;

paragraph 2 article 1.b.iii: B. tax on immovable property;

C. value added tax.

Annex B - competent authorities the Minister of finance or his authorized representative.

Annex C - definition of the term "national" for the purposes of the Convention i. any person who possesses the nationality of Cyprus;

«ii. any legal person, partnership or association constituted pursuant to the legislation in force in the Republic of Cyprus.»

INDONESIA 21-01-2015 ratification 01-05-2015 entry in force, with the following reservations and declarations: "pursuant to paragraph 1.a of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Indonesia reserves the right to not provide any form of assistance in relation to the taxes of other parties who referred b.i, the b.ii, the b.iii, A, D, E, F» G and b. IV of paragraph 1 of article 2 of the Convention.

In accordance with paragraph 1.b of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Indonesia reserves the right to not provide assistance in recovery of tax credits or administrative fines, for all taxes, in accordance with articles 11 to 16 of the Convention.

in accordance with paragraph 1 of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Indonesia reserves the right to not assist in notification of documents regarding the taxes referred to in the letters b.i, the b.ii, the b.iii, A, D, E, F, G, and b. IV of paragraph 1 of article 2 of the Convention.

Annex A - Tax that applies the Convention paragraph 1.a.i article 2 tax income (including capital gains and net income subject to the tax at a rate determined pursuant to Indonesian tax laws).

Paragraph 1.b.iii.B of article 2 taxes on land and buildings (plantations, forestry and mining sectors).

Paragraph 1.b.iii.C of article 2 tax on the value added tax on sales of luxury goods.

Annex B - competent authorities of the Republic of Indonesia declares that it 'competent authorities' means the Minister of finance or his authorized representative."

-20100527200 PROTOCOL OF AMENDMENT TO THE CONVENTION ON MUTUAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANCE IN TAX MATTERS.

Paris, may 27, 2010. BOE: No. 276 16-11-2012.

COUNTRIES Netherlands 23-10-2014 notification of statements: ' the Kingdom of the Netherlands amendment Annex A to the European and Caribbean parts of the Netherlands in the following manner: Annex A - tax that applies the Convention to the European part of the Netherlands, the Convention is applicable to taxes of any kind or name belonging to the categories referred to in article 2.1. a and 2.1. b.»

For the Caribbean part of the Netherlands, the Convention is applicable to taxes of any kind or name belonging to the categories referred to in article 2.1. a and 2.1. b.

Hungary 07-11-2014 01-03-2015 ratification entry into force, with the following reservations and declarations:
«In accordance with paragraph 1 (c) of article 30 of the Convention, Hungary reserves the right to not provide assistance with respect to existing tax credits to the date of entry into force of the Convention for Hungary.

Annex A - Taxes to which the Convention applies paragraph 1.a of article 2: i) tax on the income of natural persons, societies tax.

(paragraph 1.b. Article 2: i) tax on real estate, real estate-tax, rate professional;

(ii) taxes and contributions of social contribution (retirement quote, quote on health insurance, contributions to the labour market);

III) A: rights (inheritance tax, taxation of donations, onerous property transfer taxes);

C: tax d-value added tax on specific consumption;

(iv) tax on motor vehicles.

Annex B - competent authorities the Minister in charge of fiscal policy or his authorized representative.'

PORTUGAL 17-11-2014 01-03-2015 ratification entry into force, with the following reservations and declarations: "in accordance with paragraph 1.a of article 30 of the Convention, Portugal reserves the right to not provide any kind of assistance with respect to the compulsory social security contributions contained in paragraph 1.b.ii of article 2 of the Convention.

In accordance with paragraph 1.b of article 30 of the Convention, Portugal reserves the right to not provide any kind of assistance in recovery of tax credits or payment of administrative fines in what refers to the compulsory social security contributions referred to in paragraph 1.b.ii of article 2 of the Convention.

In accordance with paragraph 1 of article 30 of the Convention, Portugal reserves the right to not assist in notification of documents in what refers to the compulsory social security contributions referred to in paragraph 1.b.ii of article 2 of the Convention.

Annex A - Taxes to which the Convention applies i) paragraph 1.a.i article 2 - tax on the income of natural persons - tax on the income of the companies - supplementary tax of the State over the tax on the income of the companies.

(ii) paragraph 1.b.i article 2 - imposed supplementary local tax on the income of the companies.

(((iii) 1.b.iii A of article 2 - right ring on the free transfer (iv) paragraph 1.b.iii.B of article 2 - municipal tax on real estate property - municipal tax on real estate transmission v) paragraph 1.b.iii C of article 2 - added value tax vi) paragraph 1.b.iii. Article 2 - right on specific consumption vii d) paragraph 1.b.iii. E of article 2 - tax on the ownership of motor vehicles.

«Annex B - competent authorities Portugal declares that the term 'competent authorities' means, for purposes of Annex B, the Minister of finance, the Director General of the tax authority and customs or its authorized representatives.»

Cyprus 19-12-2014 01-04-2015 ratification entry into force, with the following objection, reservations and declarations: "the Republic of Cyprus made objection to the reservation by the Republic of Turkey on the occasion of the signing of the instrument of November 3, 2011, which limited the application of the provisions of the Convention and the Protocol to the States with which the Republic of Turkey has diplomatic relations. The aforementioned reservation is contrary to the object and purposes of the Convention, as opposed to the realization of the planned cooperation between all the Member States of the Council of Europe Convention, one of them being the Republic of Cyprus, so that the reservation is invalid.

In accordance with paragraph 1.a of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Cyprus shall not granted any kind of assistance in relation to the taxes of the other parties who belong to any of the following categories listed in paragraph 1.b of article 2: section b.i: taxes on income, profits, earnings from capital or equity interests received on behalf of political subdivisions or local authorities of a party;

Paragraph b(ii): compulsory social security contributions payable to public administrations or public law social security agencies;

Section b.iii: taxes of other categories, with the exception of the customs duties, established on the one hand, namely: a. tax on successions and donations;

D. taxes on goods and certain services, such as the excise duties;

E tax on the use or ownership of motor vehicles;

F tax on the use or ownership of movable property which are not motor vehicles;

G all other taxes.

Paragraph b. IV: taxes of the categories referred to in the previous subparagraph (iii), which are collected on behalf of the political subdivisions or local authorities of a party.

In accordance with paragraph 1.b of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Cyprus does not assist in terms of payment of any tax credits or payment of administrative fines, with respect to all of the taxes.

In accordance with paragraph 1 of article 29 of the Convention, the term Cyprus means Republic of Cyprus and, when used in a geographical sense, includes the national territory, the territorial sea as well as the areas outside the territorial sea, including the contiguous zone, the exclusive economic zone and the continental plateau that has been designated or may designate in the future , under the laws of Cyprus and in accordance with international law, as an area in which Cyprus may exercise sovereign rights or jurisdiction.

Annex A - Taxes to which the Convention applies paragraph 1.a.i article 2:-tax on income;

-tax companies;

-special contribution to the defense of the Republic;

paragraph 1.a.ii article 2:-tax on capital gains;

paragraph 2 article 1.b.iii: B. tax on immovable property;

C. value added tax.

Annex B - competent authorities the Minister of finance or his authorized representative.

Annex C - definition of the term "national" for the purposes of the Convention i. any person who possesses the nationality of Cyprus;

II. any legal person, partnership or association constituted pursuant to the legislation in force in the Republic of Cyprus.

Belgium 08-12-2014 ratification 01-04-2014 entry in force INDONESIA 21-01-2015 ratification 01-05-2015 entry in force, with the following reservations and declarations: "in accordance with paragraph 1.a of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Indonesia reserves the right to not provide any form of assistance in relation to the taxes of other parties referred to in the letters b.i , b.ii, b.iii, A, D, E, F, G and b. IV of paragraph 1 of article 2 of the Convention.

In accordance with paragraph 1.b of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Indonesia reserves the right to not provide assistance in recovery of tax credits or administrative fines, for all taxes, in accordance with articles 11 to 16 of the Convention.

In accordance with paragraph 1 of article 30 of the Convention, the Republic of Indonesia reserves the right to not assist in notification of documents regarding the taxes referred to in the letters b.i, the b.ii, the b.iii, A, D, E, F, G, and b. IV of paragraph 1 of article 2 of the Convention.

Annex A - Tax that applies the Convention paragraph 1.a.i article 2 tax income (including capital gains and net income subject to the tax at a rate determined pursuant to Indonesian tax laws).

Paragraph 1.b.iii.B of article 2 taxes on land and buildings (plantations, forestry and mining sectors).

Paragraph 1.b.iii.C of article 2 tax on the value added tax on sales of luxury goods.

Annex B - competent authorities of the Republic of Indonesia declares that it 'competent authorities' means the Minister of finance or his authorized representative."

J.D - raw materials - 19800627200 agreement establishing the common fund for commodities.

Geneva, 27 June 1980. BOE: 17 / 11 / 1989, NO. 276.

Belgium 10-12-2012 10-12-2013 withdrawal effects reported by the Secretary-General of the United Nations 09-03-2015.

-20050429200 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION OF OLIVE OIL AND TABLE OLIVES, 2005.

Geneva, 29 April 2005. BOE: 08-11-2007.

28-11-2014 DECISION # DEC-2/102-V 2014 relative to the extension of the International Convention of the oil of olive and the OLIVES table 2005 the Council of members of the international olive oil Council, seen the International Convention of oil of olive and table olives, 2005, and in particular its article 47;

View the decision No. DEC-1/101-V/2013 on August 13, 2013 on the opening of the procedure for revision of the International Convention;

Considering that the agreement expires on December 31, 2014 and that according to its article 47, the international olive oil Council, through the Council of members, may decide to extend it;

View the proposal by the delegation of the European Union to extend the agreement for a year;
View the discussions during the plenary meeting of the session of the Council of the Member 102ª;

Considering that during the negotiations of the new agreement is essential to continue the work initiated within the framework of the present Convention, and in this sense, it is recommended to extend its duration;

DECIDES TO 1. Extend the duration of the Convention International of the olive oil and table olives, 2005, for a period of one year.

2. this decision enters into force the day of its adoption and is applicable from 1 January 2015.

28-11-2014 DECISION # DEC-8/102-V/2014 by which SE fixing the fees of participation of LOS members in LOS budgets of the Organization for the year 2015 the Council of the members of the international olive oil Council, seen the Convention International of the olive oil and olives for table 2005, extended in 2014, and in particular its articles 8 and 15;

Seen the annex a to this agreement, in which participation of members fees are set in the budgets of the organization by the year 2015, pursuant to the provisions of article 8;

View the provisions of article 8, paragraph 3, under which Member Board approves at its annual meeting the quotas of Member participation, remain in force this distribution the following year;

Seen the financial regulations of the international olive oil Council, adopted by Decision of the Council of members N ° DEC-10-94-V-2006 on November 24 and its successive amendments, and in particular its article 9;

Whereas it is necessary to set participation fees applicable to the budget of the organization by the year 2015;

Whereas final data available to the Executive Secretary on the average production of olive oil and of table of the 2006 campaigns olives / 2007 to 2011 / 2012 and exports of olive oil and of the years 2007 to 2012 table olives;

DECIDES TO 1. Set as follows member participation shares in the budgets of the organization by the year 2015: exercise 2015 participation fees members Albania 5 Algeria 15 Argentina 18 Egypt 16 Iran (Islamic Republic of) 5 Iraq 5 Israel 5 Jordan 9 Lebanon 5 Libya 5 Morocco 30 Montenegro 5 Republic Arab Syria 48 Tunisia 87 Turkey 55 Union European 68 6






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2. Annex A of the Convention must be amended accordingly.

K-agricultural and fishery K.A - agricultural - 19760613200 articles of agreement of the international agricultural development fund.

Rome, 13 June 1976. BOE: 14-02-1979 and 1979-03-29.

PALAU 16-02-2015 accession 16-02-2015 entry into force 16-02-2015 16-02-2015 accession MICRONESIA entry into force MONTENEGRO 16-02-2015 16-02-2015 accession entry into force K.C - protection of animals and plants - 19960815200 agreement on the conservation of WATERFOWL migratory AEWA.

The Hague, 15 August 1996. BOE: 11-12-2001, no. 296 MAURITANIA 25-02-2015 01-05-2015 accession entry into force L - industrial and technical L.A - industrial - 19790408200 Constitution of the Organization of the Nations United for INDUSTRIAL development.

Vienna, 8 April 1979. BOE: 21-02-1986, NO. 45.

MARSHALL Islands 16-03-2015 accession 16-03-2015 entry into force L.C - technical - 19580320200 agreement concerning the adoption of technical requirements applicable uniforms to wheeled vehicles and equipment and parts which can be fitted or used in these, and the conditions for reciprocal recognition of approvals granted in accordance with such requirements.

Geneva, 20 March 1958. BOE: 03-01-1962.

GEORGIA 26-03-2015 ACCESSION 25-05-2015 ENTRY INTO FORCE - 19580320221 REGULATION NO. 21 ON UNIFORM PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE TYPE-APPROVAL OF VEHICLES IN WHAT IS REFERS TO ITS INTERIOR FITTINGS.

Geneva, 01 December 1971. BOE: 16-09-1978, NO. 222; 10-10-1983, no. 01-06-1984 and 242.

Japan 20-01-2015 application Madrid, April 21, 2015.-the General Technical Secretary of Foreign Affairs and cooperation, Isabel Vizcaino Fernandez of Casadevante.