Rs 0.232.121.2 Of The Hague Agreement Concerning The International Deposit Of Industrial Designs, Revised At The Hague On November 28, 1960

Original Language Title: RS 0.232.121.2 Arrangement de La Haye concernant le dépôt international des dessins ou modèles industriels, révisé à La Haye le 28 novembre 1960

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0.232.121.2 text original of the Hague Agreement concerning the international deposit of industrial designs, revised at the Hague on November 28, 1960, concluded at the Hague on November 28, 1960 approved by the Federal Assembly on 21 September 1962, Instrument of ratification deposited by the Switzerland on October 31, 1962, entered into force for the Switzerland on 1 August 1984 (State on May 12, 2014) Contracting States driven by the desire to give the creators of drawings or designs the faculty, with an international deposit to obtain effective protection in a larger number of States;
believing that for this purpose it should be to review the Arrangement concerning the international deposit of industrial designs signed at the Hague on 6 November 1925 and revised at London on June 2, 1934;
agreed to the following: art. 1 (1) the Contracting States are formed as a special Union for the international deposit of industrial designs.
(2) only States members of the International Union for the protection of industrial property may become party to this agreement.

Art. 2 for the purposes of this agreement, is meant by: Arrangement of 1925 the Hague Agreement concerning the international deposit of industrial designs of November 6, 1925.

Arrangement of 1934 the Hague Agreement concerning the deposit of industrial designs of November 6, 1925, revised at London on June 2, 1934.

The present agreement the Hague Agreement concerning the international deposit of industrial designs, as a result of this Act.

The regulations the regulations of this agreement.

International Bureau the Bureau of the International Union for the protection of industrial property.

International deposit a deposit made with the international Bureau.

National deposit a deposit made to the national authorities of a Contracting State.

Filing multiple deposit including several industrial designs.

State of origin of a Contracting State international deposit where the applicant has a real and effective commercial or industrial establishment or if the applicant has such establishments in several Contracting States, that of those Contracting States designated in the application; If there is no such establishment in a Contracting State, the Contracting State where he has his domicile; If he is not domiciled in a Contracting State, the Contracting State of which he is a national.

State conducting a review of new a State whose national law provides for a system that includes a search and examination prior to office, made by his Administration national and wearing on the novelty of all designs filed.

[RS 11 983]
RS 0.232.121.1 RS 0.232.121.14 currently: International Bureau of intellectual property (art. 7 par. 1 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of July 14, 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).

Art. 3. nationals of the Contracting States or who are not nationals of one of those States, are domiciled or have an industrial or commercial establishment and effective in the territory of one of those States, may deposit designs at the international Bureau.

Art. 4. (1) the international deposit may be made to the international Bureau: 1. directly, or 2. through the national authority of a Contracting State if the law of that State allows it.

(2) national legislation of a Contracting State may require that international deposits for which that State is deemed State of origin be presented through its National Administration. The failure of such a requirement does not affect the effects of the international deposit in the other Contracting States.

Art. 5 (1) international filing includes a request, one or more photographs or other graphic in the drawing or model representations as well as the payment of the fees provided for in regulation.
(2) the application must include: 1. the list of the Contracting States in which the applicant application international filing to produce effects; 2. the designation of the object or objects to which the design is intended to be incorporated; 3. If the applicant wishes to claim the priority provided for in art. 9, an indication of the date, the State and the number of the deposit giving rise to the right of priority; 4. all other information provided for by the regulation. (3) (a) the request may also contain: 1. a short description of elements characteristic of the design model; 2. a statement indicating the name of the true creator of the design or model; 3. a request for deferment of publication such as provided for in art. 6, al. 4. (b) copies or models of the object to which the industrial design is incorporated may also be attached to the application.

(4) a multiple deposit may include several designs intended to be incorporated into objects contained in the same class of the international classification of designs referred to in art. 21, al. 2, no. 4.

Art. 6 (1) the international Bureau keeps the international register of industrial designs and carries out registration of the international deposit.
(2) the international filing is considered as having been made on the date on which the international Bureau received the application in due form, the fees payable with the application and the photographs, or all other graphic representations of the industrial design or, if they are not received at the same time, on the date on which the last of these formalities has been accomplished. The same door registration date.

(3) (a) for each deposit international the international Bureau publish in a periodical bulletin: 1. reproductions in black and white or, at the request of the applicant, reproductions in color, of the photographs or other graphic representations filed; 2. the date of filing international; 3. the information prescribed by the regulations.

(b) the international Bureau shall send the periodical bulletin to the national Administrations in the shortest time. (4) (a) the publication referred to in para. 3, let. (a) is, at the request of the applicant, adjourned for the period required by it. This period may not exceed a period of 12 months from the international filing date. However, if priority is claimed, the starting point of this period is the date of priority. (b) during the period referred to in the let. (a) above, the applicant may at any time require immediate publication or withdraw his deposit. The withdrawal of the deposit may be limited to one or several Contracting States only and, in case of multiple deposit, to some of the designs included in such submission. (c) if the applicant does not pay timely taxes due before the expiry of the period referred to in the let. (a) above, the international Bureau proceeds to the write-off of the deposit and does not have the publication referred to in para. 3, let. (a). (d) until the expiry of the period referred to in the let. (a) above, the international Bureau for secret recording of a matching deposit to a request for deferred publication, and the public can take any document or object for such submission. These provisions shall apply without limitation of duration, provided that the applicant has withdrawn his deposit before the expiry of that period.

(5) with the exception of the cases referred to in para. 4, the public can read the registry as well as all documents and items deposited at the international Bureau.

Art. 7 (1) (a) any deposit to the international Bureau, in each of the Contracting States designated by the applicant in its application, the same effect as if all the formalities laid down by the national law for the protection had been met by the applicant and that if all administrative acts provided for this purpose has been made by the Administration of the State. (b) subject to the provisions of art. 11, the protection of designs was the subject of a deposit registered at the international Bureau is governed in each of the States Contracting by the provisions of national law that applies in the said State to designs or models which protection is claimed by the national repository for which all the formalities have been fulfilled and all administrative decisions have been made.

(2) the international filing does not effect in the State of origin if the law of that State.

Art. 8


(1) Notwithstanding the provisions of art. 7, National Administration of a Contracting State of which the national legislation provides for the refusal of protection as a result of an administrative review office or following opposition by a third party must, in case of refusal, publicize, within a period of six months, to the international Bureau, that a design does not meet the requirements of this legislation requires in addition to the formalities and administrative acts referred to in article 7 paragraph 1. If the refusal is not notified within the period of six months, the international deposit produces its effects in that State from the date of this filing. However, in a Contracting State, who is conducting a review of novelty, if a refusal has not been notified of the period of six months, the international filing, while retaining its priority, produces its effects in that State from the expiry of that period, unless the national legislation provides for an earlier date for deposits made with its National Administration.
(2) the period of six months referred to in para. 1 must be calculated from the date on which the National Administration has received the issue of the periodical bulletin in which the registration of the international deposit is published. The State Administration should give knowledge of this date to any third party at its request.
(3) the applicant has the same means of appeal against the decision of the National Agency referred to in para. 1 as if he had filed his drawing or model with this Administration; in any case, the decision of refusal must be able to be the subject of a review or appeal. The notification of the decision must indicate: 1. the reasons for which it has been held that a design does not to the requirements of the domestic law; 2. the date referred to in para. 2; 3. the deadline for requesting a review or appeal; 4. the authority to which the request or appeal may be addressed. (4) (a) the National Administration of a Contracting State whose domestic law contains provisions of the nature of those provided for in para. 1 and that require a statement indicating the name of the true creator of the design or a description of said drawing or model, may require, within a period which may not be less than 60 days from the sending of a request to that effect by this Administration, the applicant to provide, in the language in which the application to the international Bureau has written : 1. a statement indicating the true creator of the design or model; 2. a short description emphasizing the distinguishers of the design, as they appear in the photographs or other graphic representations.

(b) no tax is collected by a national authority for the delivery of such a declaration or of such a description or for their possible publication by the care of the National Administration. (5) (a) each of the Contracting States whose national legislation contains provisions on the nature of those provided for in para. 1 shall inform the international Bureau. (b) if the legislation of a Contracting State provides several systems of protection of designs or models, and if one of these systems has a novelty examination, the provisions of this agreement, relating to States which practise such a review, do apply in this system is.

Art. 9. If the deposit international of drawing or model is made within six months of the first deposit of the same design in one of the Member States of the International Union for the protection of industrial property, and if priority is claimed for the international deposit, the priority date is the first deposit.

Art. 10. (1) the international deposit may be renewed every five years by payment only, during the last year of each period of five years, renewal fees laid down by the regulation.
(2) after the payment of a surcharge fixed by the regulations, a period of grace of six months is granted for the renewal of the international deposit.
(3) for the payment of renewal fees, should be indicated, the number of the international deposit and, if the renewal should not be carried out for all the Contracting States where the deposit is about to expire, those of those States where the renewal was due.
(4) renewal may be limited to part only of the designs included in a multiple deposit.
(5) the international Bureau records and publishes the renewals.

Art. 11 (1) (a) the term of protection granted by a Contracting State to designs have been the subject of an international deposit shall not be less in: 1. ten years from the date of the international deposit if the deposit has been renewed; 2. five years from the date of the international deposit in the absence of a renewal.

(b) However, if, under the provisions of the national legislation of a Contracting State which is a novelty examination, protection begins at a date later than that of the international deposit, the minimum provided for in the let. (a) are calculated as of the starting point of the protection in that State. The fact that the international deposit is not renewed or is renewed only once does not affect the minimum term of protection thus defined.

(2) if the law of a Contracting State to designs was the subject of a national deposit protection whose duration, with or without renewal, is longer than ten years, protection of equal length is provided in that State on the basis of the international deposit and its renewals in the designs was the subject of an international registration on the basis of this last deposit.
(3) any Contracting State may, without its domestic law, limit the term of protection of designs having been of an international deposit to the periods provided for in paragraph 1.
(4) subject to the provisions in art. 1, let. (b), the protection shall terminate in the Contracting States on the date of expiration of the international deposit, unless the national legislation of these States provides that protection continues after the date of expiration of the international deposit.

Art. 12 (1) the international Bureau shall record and publish changes affecting ownership of a design or model that is the subject of an international deposit in force. It is understood that the transfer of ownership may be limited to the rights derived from filing in one or more Contracting States only and, in case of a multiple deposit, a part only of the designs included in such submission.
(2) the record referred to in para. 1 has the same effect as if it had been made by the national authorities of the Contracting States.

Art. 13. (1) the owner of an international deposit may, by means of a declaration addressed to the international Bureau, renounce his rights for all the Contracting States or for a certain number of them only and, in case of multiple deposit, to some only of the designs included in such submission.
(2) the international Bureau records the declaration and publishes it.

Art. 14 (1) a Contracting State may require, for the recognition of the right, that a sign or notice of the filing of a design is affixed on the object to which this drawing or model is incorporated.
(2) if the national law of a Contracting State provides for affixing a notice to any other end, such State shall consider this requirement as satisfied if all the objects presented to the public with the authorization of the holder of the right in a design, or if the mention of international reserve the labels which are fitted with these objects.
(3) must be considered with reference to international reserve the symbol (D) (capital letter D in a circle) accompanied by either: (1) by an indication of the year of the international deposit and the name or the usual abbreviation of the name of the applicant, soit2 ° of the international filing number.

(4) the only application of the mention of international reserve on objects or labels cannot in any way be interpreted as implying renunciation of the protection in respect of copyright law or any other title, when, in the absence of such a statement, this protection can be obtained.

Art. 15. (1) the fees prescribed by the regulation include: 1. the fees for the international Bureau; 2. fees for the Contracting States designated by the applicant, namely: (a) a fee for each Contracting State; (b) a fee for each Contracting State which conducts a novelty examination and requires the payment of a fee for audit review.

(2) for a same deposit the taxes paid for a State Contracting, under the provisions of para. 1, no. 2, let. (a) are deducted from the amount of the fee referred to in para. 1, no. 2, let. (b) when this last tax becomes due for that State.

Art. 16 (1) taxes for Contracting States referred to in art. 15, al. 1, no. 2, are received by the international Bureau that, annually, pays them to the Contracting States designated by the applicant.

(2) (a) Any Contracting State may declare to the international Bureau to require additional fees referred to in art. 15, al. 1, no. 2, let. (a) with regard to international filings for which other Contracting States, who subscribed the same waiver, are known States of origin. (b) he may effect the same waivers regarding the international deposit for which it is deemed State of origin.

Art. 17. the regulations fixed the details of this agreement including: (1) the languages and the number of copies in which the application for deposit must be filed, and the data that must be supplied in the application;
(2) the amounts, due dates and method of payment of the fees for the international Bureau and the States, including the limitations imposed on the fee for Contracting States which carry out a novelty examination;
(3) the number, format, and other characteristics of the photographs or other graphic representations of each of the drawings or designs deposited;
(4) the length of the description of characteristic features of the industrial design;
(5) the limits and conditions under which copies or models of the objects to which the industrial design is incorporated may be attached to the application;
(6) the number of designs that may be included in a multiple deposit and other provisions governing multiple deposits;
(7) any question concerning the publication and distribution of the periodical bulletin referred to in art. 6, al. 3, let. (a) including the number of copies of the Bulletin which are given free of charge to national Administrations as well as the number of copies which may be sold at prices reduced to these authorities;
(8) the procedure for notification by Contracting States of the decisions of refusal referred to in art. 8, al. 1, as well as the procedure for communication and publication of such decisions by the care of the international Bureau;
(9) the conditions in which must be made by the international Bureau, the recording and publication of changes affecting ownership of a design referred to in art. 12, al. 1, as well as the waivers referred to in art. 13;
(10) the destination for the documents and items related to deposits that are more likely to renewal.

Art. 18. the provisions of this agreement do not prevent to claim the application of the regulations more wide which would be laid down by the national legislation of a Contracting State. They affect in any way the protection afforded to works of art and works of art applied by international conventions and treaties on copyright.

Art. 19. fees of the international Bureau paid for services under this agreement must be fixed in a way: (a) their product covers all the expenses of the international Service of drawings or models as well as all those which are necessitated by the preparation and implementation of meetings of the international Committee of the designs or models or Conferences of revision of this Arrangement (b) they allow the maintenance of the reserve fund referred to in art. 20 repealed for States party to the complementary Act of Stockholm from 14 July. 1967 (SR 0.232.121.12 art. 7 para. 2).

Art. 20. (1) there is constituted a reserve fund which amounts to 250 000 Swiss francs. This can be modified by the international Committee of the designs referred to in art. 21 below.
(2) the reserve fund is powered by the surpluses of the international service of the designs or models.
(3) (a), however, upon entry into force of this agreement, the reserve fund is constituted by the payment, by each of the States, a unique contribution calculated for each one of them according to the number of units corresponding to the class to which it belongs to the title of art. 13, al. 8, of the Paris Convention for the protection of industrial property. (b) States which become parties to this agreement after its entry into force will also have to make a unique contribution. This will be calculated according to the principles set out in the paragraph above, so that all States, regardless of the date of their entry into the Arrangement, pay the same contribution per unit.

(4) in case the amount of the reserve fund exceeds the ceiling provided, surplus will be periodically distributed among Contracting States proportionally to the single contribution paid by each of them, up to the amount of this fee.
(5) when the unique contributions have been fully repaid, the international Committee of the designs can decide that there will be more required unique contributions of States that would become later, party to the agreement.

Repealed for States party to the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July. 1967 (SR 0.232.121.12 art. 7 para. 2).
SR 0.232.01/.04 art. 21. (1) there is created an international Committee of designs composed of representatives of all Contracting States.
(2) Ce Comité has the following powers: 1. it establishes its own rules of procedure; 2. It amends the regulation enforcement; 3. It changes the ceiling of the reserve fund referred to in article 20; 4. he establishes the international classification of designs or models; 5. He studied the problems related to the application and the possible revision of this agreement; 6. He studied all other issues relating to the international protection of designs or models; 7. he pronounces on the annual reports of the international Bureau management and guidance General at this Office concerning the exercise of the functions that fall under this agreement; 8. a report on the foreseeable expenditure of the international Bureau for each three-year period to come.

(3) the decisions of the Committee are taken by a majority of four fifths of its members present or represented and voting in the cases referred to in points 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the al. 2 and by simple majority in all other cases. The abstention is not considered as a vote.
(4) the Committee shall be convened by the Director of the international Bureau: 1. at least once every three years; 2. at any time at the request of one third of the Contracting States or, where necessary, on the initiative of the Director of the international Bureau or the Government of the Swiss Confederation.

(5) the costs of travel and stay of the members of the Committee are the responsibility of their respective Governments.

Repealed for States party to the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July. 1967 (SR 0.232.121.12 art. 7 para. 2).
Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).

Art. 22 (1) the regulations may be amended by the Committee under art. 21, al. 2, no. 2 or by the written procedure provided for in para. 2 below.
(2) in the case of the use of the written procedure, the amendments are proposed by the Director of the international Bureau in a circular letter to all Contracting States. The amendments are considered to be adopted if, within a period of one year from their communication, no Contracting State has made known its opposition to the Government of the Swiss Confederation.

Repealed for States party to the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July. 1967 (SR 0.232.121.12 art. 7 para. 2).
Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).

Art. 23. (1) this agreement is open for signature until December 31, 1961.
(2) it will be ratified and the instruments of ratification to be deposited with the Government of Netherlands.

Art. 24 (1) States members of the International Union for the protection of industrial property which have not signed this agreement will be allowed to join.
(2) this membership shall be notified through diplomatic channels to the Government of the Swiss Confederation and by the latter to the Governments of all Contracting States.

Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).

Art. 25. (1) any Contracting State is committed to the protection of industrial designs and to adopt, in accordance with its Constitution, the measures necessary to ensure the application of this Arrangement.
(2) at the time of the deposit of its instrument of ratification or accession, a State must be able, in accordance with its national law, to give effect to the provisions of this agreement.

Art. 26. (1) this Arrangement shall enter into force on the expiry of a period of one month from the date of sending, by the Government of the Swiss Confederation to the Contracting States of the notification of the deposit of ten instruments of ratification or accession, including those of at least four States which, at the date of this agreement, are not party either to the 1925 agreement , or to the 1934 Agreement.

(2) thereafter, the deposit of the instruments of ratification and accession shall be notified to the Contracting States by the Government of the Swiss Confederation; these ratifications and accessions will produce their effects at the expiration of the period of one month from the date of the sending of this notification unless, in the case of accession, a later date has been indicated in the instrument of accession.

Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).
Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).

Art. 27. any Contracting State may, at any time, notify the Government of the Swiss Confederation that this agreement is applicable to all or part of the territories and is responsible for international relations. The Government of the Swiss Confederation shall inform all Contracting States, and the agreement also applies to the territories named in the notification one month after the dispatch of the communication by the Government of the Swiss Confederation to the Contracting States unless a later date has been indicated in the notification.

Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).
Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).
Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).

Art. 28 (1) any Contracting State has the right to denounce this agreement in its own name and on behalf of all or part of the territories that would have made the object of the notification provided for in art. 27, by a notification addressed to the Government of the Swiss Confederation. This denunciation takes effect on the expiry of a period of one year from its receipt by the Government of the Swiss Confederation.
(2) the denunciation of this agreement by a Contracting State only the statement not the obligations it has undertaken in what concerns the designs was the subject of an international registration prior to the date at which the denunciation becomes effective.

Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).
Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).

Art. 29. (1) this agreement will be subject to revisions periodic, to introduce improvements such as to improve the protection resulting from the international deposit of designs or models.
(2) revision Conferences shall be called at the request of the international Committee of designs or half or more of the Contracting States.

Word deleted for States party to the complementary Act of Stockholm of July 14, 1967 (SR 0.232.121.12 art. 7 para. 4).
Words deleted for States party to the complementary Act of Stockholm from 14 July. 1967 (SR 0.232.121.12 art. 7 para. 4).

Art. 30 (1) several Contracting States may at any time notify the Government of the Swiss Confederation that, in the conditions specified in this notification: 1. a common Administration replaces Administration National each other; 2. they should be considered as a single State for the purposes of art. 2 to 17 of this agreement.

(2) this notification takes effect six months after the date of the sending of the communication that is made by the Government of the Swiss Confederation to the other Contracting States.

Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).
Currently: Director general (art. 7 para. 3 of the complementary Act of Stockholm of 14 July 1967;) (RS 0.232.121.12).

Art. 31 (1) only the present Agreement binds, in their mutual relations, States parties to both the present agreement and the 1925 agreement or the 1934 Agreement. However, those States will be held in their mutual relations apply the provisions of the 1925 agreement or of the agreement of 1934, as the case may be, to designs deposited at the international Bureau prior to the date on which this Agreement binds them in their mutual relations.
(2) (a) any State party to both this agreement and the agreement of 1925, is required to comply with the provisions of the agreement of 1925 in its relations with States that are party only to the 1925 agreement only, unless the said State has denounced the 1925 agreement. (b) any State party to both the present agreement and the 1934 Agreement, is required to comply with the provisions of the 1934 Agreement in its relations with States that are party only to the 1934 Agreement only, unless that State has denounced the 1934 Agreement.

(3) States that are parties to this agreement have no obligations to the States which are party to the 1925 agreement or the 1934 Agreement, without at the same time be parties to this agreement.

Art. 32. (1) the signature and ratification of this agreement by a State party, at the date of this agreement, in the Arrangement of 1925 or to the 1934 Agreement, as well as accession to this agreement of such a State will be considered as a signature and ratification of the Protocol annexed to this agreement, or membership audit Protocol, unless that State has endorsed an express contrary declaration at the time of signature or of the deposit of its instrument of accession.
(2) any Contracting State having subscribed the declaration referred to the by. 1, or any other Contracting State which is not party to the 1925 agreement or the 1934 Agreement, may sign the Protocol annexed to this agreement or accede. At the time of signature or of the deposit of its instrument of accession, may declare that he not consider itself bound by the provisions of the by. (2) (a) or 2 (b) of the Protocol; in this case, other States parties to the Protocol are not required to apply in their dealings with the State which has made use of this option, the provision was the subject of this statement. The provisions of the art. 23 to 28 inclusive shall apply by analogy.

SR 0.232.121.13 art. 33. this Act shall be signed in a single copy which shall be deposited in the archives of the Government of Netherlands. A certified copy will be given to the Government of each of the States which have signed this agreement or who will have acceded.
In faith, the Plenipotentiaries undersigned, after having presented their full powers, found in good and due form, have signed.
Done at the Hague on November twenty-eight thousand nine hundred and sixty.
(Follow signatures)

Scope may 12, 2014 States parties Ratification, accession (A) Declaration of estate (S) entry into force 19 February 2007 Albania has 19 March 2007 14 March 1983 Germany August 1, 1984 Belgium 15 February 1979 1 August 1984 Belize 12 June 2003-12 July Benin 2 October 2003 November 1986-2 Bulgaria 11 November 1986 A 1996, 11 December 1996 Korea (North) 15 April 1992 has may 27, 1992 Ivory Coast of April 26 1993 A 30 May 1993 Croatia 12 January 2004 A February 12, 2004 France June 13, 1962 1 August 1984 departments and territories overseas 13 June 1962 August 1, 1984 Gabon July 18, 2003 August 18, 2003 Georgia 1 July 2003 has 1 August 2003 Greece 18 March 1997 was April 18, 1997 Hungary March 7, 1984 August 1, 1984 Italy 11 May 1987 13 June 1987 Kyrgyzstan February 17, 2003 has March 13, 2003 Liechtenstein 1 March 1966 1 August

1984 Luxembourg 23 October 1978 August 1, 1984 Macedonia 18 February 1997 March 18, 1997 Mali 7 August 2006 has September 7, 2006 Morocco September 13, 1999 13 October 1999 Moldova 14 February 1994 has 14 March 1994 Monaco 13 October 1981 August 1, 1984 Mongolia 12 March 1997 to April 12, 1997 Montenegro December 4, 2006 S 3 June 2006 Niger 20 August 2004 has 20 September 2004 Netherlands 15 February 1979 1 August 1984 Romania 17 June 1992 to 18 July 1992 Senegal 30 May 1984 was August 1, 1984 Serbia 25 November 1993 30 December 1993 Slovenia 12 December 1994 A January 13, 1995 Switzerland 31 October 1962 August 1, 1984 November 16, 1976 Suriname has 1 August 1984 Ukraine may 28, 2002 to August 28, 2002 the arrangement applies to the Kingdom in Europe.

1984 889 RO; FF 1962 I 473 see also additional acts and the ex R. under 0.232.121.12/.14.
Art. 1 c. the AF 1 Sept. 21. 1962 (1962 1611 RO) RS 0.232.121.1 RO 1984 889, 1987 705, 1990 850, 2003 3533, 2005 4949, 2009 3151, 2014 1219. A version of the update scope is published on the web site of the FDFA (www.dfae.admin.ch/traites).

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