The Convention was adopted on 14 April by the United Nations Conference on Diplomatic Intercourse and Immunities held at the Neue Hofburg in Vienna. El Gobierno garantizó ayer que Bolivia no dejará de ser miembro de la Convención de Viena de sobre estupefacientes porque un mes antes de que la. Que dicho Convenio fue suscrito en el marco de la Convención Unica de Estupefacientes, de 30 de marzo de , publicada en el aprobada en Viena el 20 de diciembre de ; Reconociendo que ambos Estados se.
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This declaration is not to be regarded as preventing the Convention’s entry into force as between the French Republic and the People’s Republic of China. For example, in the case of the travelling tax, railway, shipping and airline vieba are made special collectors of the tax by the Travelling Tax Law.
In accordance with the principle of sovereign equality, no State has the right to bar other States from accession to a Convention of this nature. The Government of the United States, however, considers the Con- vention as continuing in force between it and the respective above-mentioned States except for the provisions to which the reservations are addressed in each case. Reservation concerning the privileges and immunities provided for in article 37, paragraph 2, of the Convention in respect of members of the administrative and technical staff of the mission: The Government of the French Republic does not regard as valid the reservations to article 37, paragraph 2, made by the Government of Cambodia, the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco, the Government of Portugal and the Government of the United Arab Republic.
The contraband articles will be seized in the presence of a representative of the Ministry and the Mission. It should be noted that, as at the date of receipt of the said declaration the Syrian Arab Republic had become neither a party nor a signatory to the Optional Protocol concerning the settlement of disputes.
The Government of the French Republic does not regard as valid the reservation to article 27, paragraph 4, made by the State of Kuwait. Subsequently, in a communication addressed fiena the Secretary-General concerning the communication made by the Permanent Representative of Romania, the Permanent Observer of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations stated the convenccion In accordance with the practice followed by the Secretary-General in similar circumstances, the text of the reservations was communicated to the States concerned on 2 Apriland, since no objections to this procedure were received within 90 days from that date, the Secretary-General received the said notification se reservation in definitive deposit on 1 July Syrian Arab Republic 17 Passengers of railroad trains, vessels and airplanes who are legally liable to pay the tax for their travels within Japan are required to purchase travel tickets normally at a price incorporating the tax with out being specifically informed of its amount.
Venezuela Bolivarian Republic of. In the view of the Government of Israel, this Convention is not the proper place for making such xonvencion pronouncements.
Unless otherwise indicated, the declarations and reservations were made upon ratification, accession or succession. The Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Cinvencion considers it necessary to draw attention to the discriminatory nature of articles 48 and 50 of the Convention, under the terms of which a number of States are precluded from acceding to the Convention.
For the text of the declaration, see United Nations, Treaty Seriesvol. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics considers it necess- ary to convencin attention to the discriminatory nature of articles 48 and 50 of the Convention, under the terms of which a number of States are precluded from acceding to the Convention.
None of these declarations shall be ivena as an obstacle to the entry into force of the Convention between the French Republic and the States mentioned. Therefore the Government of the Mongolian People’s Republic does not consider itself bound by the above-mentioned reservation. In respect of the reservation made by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia concerning article In accordance with the principle of the equality of States, the People’s Republic of Bulgaria considers that any difference of opinion regarding the size of a convencioh mission should be settled by agreement between the sending State and the receiving State.
The Government of the French Republic declares that the provisions of the bilateral agreements in force between France and foreign States are not affected by the provisions of the Con- vention. If this request is refused by the authorities of the sending State, the diplomatic pouch shall be returned to its place of origin.
Ecuador 19 Ecuador In view of its broad scope which xe the interest of all States in the world the present Convention should therefore be open for participation of all States.
This reservation is contrary to the principle of the inviol- ability of the diplomatic bag, which is recognized in international practice, and is therefore unacceptable.
It is contrary to fundamental principles of diplomatic international law. In accordance with the principle 191 the equality of rights of States, the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic considers that any difference of opinion regarding the size of a diplomatic mission should be settled by agreement between the sending State and the receiving State.
Yemen 15 In respect of the reservations made by the People’s Republic of China concerning article The Kingdom of the Netherlands takes the view that this provision remains in force in relations between it and the said States in accordance with international customary law. In accordance with the principle of equality, no State has the right to bar other States from accession to a convention of this kind. The exemption provided for in article 36, paragraph 1, shall not apply to the administrative and technical staff of the mission except during the first six months following their arrival in the receiving State.