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He went on to explain that there had previously been a gap in the law of treaties which had applied to bilateral and multilateral treaties between States but not to treaties to which one or more international organisations were parties. (...) Article 29 Territorial scope of treaties Unless a different intention appears from the treaty or is otherwise established, a treaty between one or more States and one or more international organizations is binding upon each State party in respect of its entire territory. (...) ILC88-PR5-2000-04-0217-1-En.Doc 5/19 4. When the parties to the later treaty do not include all the parties to the earlier one: (a) as between two parties, each of which is a party to both treaties, the same rule applies as in paragraph 3; (b) as between a party to both treaties and a party to only one of the treaties, the treaty to which both a
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Score: 748877.3 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...ds/relm/ilc/ilc88/pdf/pr-5.pdf
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Nothing in paragraph 2 shall be deemed to confer on the designated airline(s) of one Party the privilege of taking on board, in the territory of the other Party, passengers, cargo and mail for remuneration and destined for another point in the territory of the other Party. (...) A second group formulation by ATConf/4 is an airline which is substantially owned and effectively controlled by nationals of any one or more States that are parties to an agreement, or any one or more of the parties themselves. (...) While entering, within, or leaving the territory of one Party, its laws and regulations relating to the operation and navigation of aircraft shall be complied with by the other Party’s airlines.
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Score: 748826.17 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...plateairservicesagreements.pdf
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WHO | Secretariat of the WHO FCTC urges Parties to ban all forms of tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship in all motor sports Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Navigation Home Convention Protocol Secretariat Treaty instruments Coordination platform Reporting Media centre Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News stories Previous years Press releases Media briefings Events Past events Videos Secretariat of the WHO FCTC urges Parties to ban all forms of tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship in all motor sports Statement 13 March 2019 The Secretariat of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) wishes to remind Parties of their obligations under Article 13 of the Convention regarding tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship, in the wake of recent sponsorship deals between tobacco manufacturers and the Formula One and MotoGP teams. (...) The Formula One season runs every year from March to November, with races in 21 countries. (...) Recalling obligations that the Parties have under the Convention, the Global Strategy to Accelerate Tobacco Control: Advancing Sustainable Development through the Implementation of the WHO FCTC 2019–2025 2025 , adopted by the Eighth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the WHO FCTC in October 2018, calls upon Parties to prioritize action to strengthen their implementation of Article 13, as one of the time-bound provisions of the Convention. [3] In addition, decision FCTC/COP6(9) urged Parties to consider banning or restricting advertising, promotion and sponsorship of electronic nicotine delivery systems. [4] More recently, decision FCTC/COP8(22) reminded Parties about their commitment under the WHO FCTC – when addressing the challenges posed by novel and emerging tobacco products such as heated tobacco products and devices designed for consuming such products, actively promoted by several multinational tobacco companies – to apply the same measures regarding advertising, promotion and sponsorship of novel and emerging products as would apply to conventional smoked tobacco products. [5] Before the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne kick-starts the 2019 Formula One season on 14 March, the Convention Secretariat urges Parties to implement Article 13 of the WHO FCTC and enforce their domestic laws to comprehensively ban all forms of tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship, including tobacco industry sponsorship of motor sport races, events and teams.
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Score: 748416.8 - https://www.who.int/fctc/media...dvertising-in-motor-sports/en/
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(c) Technical and legal assistance provided as requested by Parties. One meeting of the panel of experts. Assistance provided to the Secretariat with preparation of the draft agenda and other documentation for the first session of the Meeting of the Parties. 0 103 300 103 300 Subtotal for Area of work 1 0 688 100 688 100 2 Meeting of the Parties (MOP) Main Components/Activities Expected results and indicators Activity cost (in US$) VAC Extra- B Total 2.1 First Session of the Meeting of the Parties (a) Prepare and convene a preparatory meeting for MOP1 with each region to be represented by up to two Protocol Parties). (...) D2 (one post) 820 000 2. P5 (two posts at 80% + one post at 25%) 1 240 148 3. (...) G4 (one post) 308 525 2. G2 (one post) 221 400 Subtotal (two posts) 529 925 Total (8 posts, including costs of two core posts at 20% + one core post at 75%) 3 830 528 Total 9 356 201 1 Indicative costs for core Convention Secretariat staff based on WHO’s latest available standard gross salary costs for 2016–2017; possible changes in 2018–2019 will be reflected once they become available in a revised staff cost breakdown to be communicated to the Parties by note verbale.
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Score: 747925.44 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/cop7/FCTC_COP7(24)_EN.pdf
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An agreement may be formed where all parties to a transaction or either one of them uses an electronic agent. A proposal to conclude a contract made through one or more electronic communications, which is not addressed to one or more specific parties, but is generally accessible to parties making use of information systems (including proposals that make use of interactive applications for the placement of orders through such information systems) is to be considered as an invitation to make offers, unless it clearly indicates the intention of the party making the proposal to be bound in case of acceptance. (...) An agreement may be formed where all parties to a transaction or either one of them uses an electronic agent.
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Score: 747799.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/P..._ELECTRONIC_TRANSACTIONS_2.pdf
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Raising awareness within the scientific and technological community could in itself be a source of ideas for new measures, because the real security issues can be primarily assessed at the work floor and not in The Hague. One State Party already presented the results of this ‘bottom up’ approach in August. (...) Such an acknowledgement in itself could already trigger national and international initiatives to enhance or implement such measures. One of the concrete measures the Meeting of States Parties could call for is for countries to raise awareness for the issue of biological weapons outside the disarmament and non- proliferation world. (...) Further to that we think that the Meeting of States Parties should encourage States Parties to review, or examine their national system and requirements for working with or handling pathogens.
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Score: 747611.67 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...2017/04/BWC_MSP2003_WP.101.pdf
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(If left clicking the link does not work please right click and select Save link as...). - Documents related to one question  Q1/11 Q2/11 Q3/11 Q4/11 Q5/11 Q6/11 Q7/11 Q8/11 Q9/11 Q10/11 Q11/11 Q12/11 Q13/11 Q14/11 Q15/11   Meeting : Sophia Antipolis, 24 March 2016     Collective Letters       [ Contributions  -  Reports ]        [ Temporary Documents  ]        Documents list: - All documents sorted by descending order , Working Party or Question . (...) (If left clicking the link does not work please right click and select Save link as...). - Documents related to one question  Q1/11 Q2/11 Q3/11 Q4/11 Q5/11 Q6/11 Q7/11 Q8/11 Q9/11 Q10/11 Q11/11 Q12/11 Q13/11 Q14/11 Q15/11   Meeting : Geneva, 22 - 29 April 2015     Collective Letters       [ Contributions  -  Reports ]        [ Temporary Documents  ]        Documents list: - All documents sorted by descending order , Working Party or Question . (...) (If left clicking the link does not work please right click and select Save link as...). - Documents related to one question  Q1/11 Q2/11 Q3/11 Q4/11 Q5/11 Q6/11 Q7/11 Q8/11 Q9/11 Q10/11 Q11/11 Q12/11 Q13/11 Q14/11 Q15/11   Meeting : Geneva, 21 November 2014     Collective Letters       [ Contributions  -  Reports ]        [ Temporary Documents  ]        Documents list: - All documents sorted by descending order , Working Party or Question .
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Score: 747559.38 - https://www.itu.int/md/T13-SG11/en
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The Party of origin shall furnish the affected Party, as appropriate through a joint body where one exists, with the environmental impact assessment documentation. (...) Article 12 RIGHT TO VOTE 1. Each Party to this Convention shall have one vote. 2. (...) The latter shall not be a national of one of the parties to the inquiry procedure, nor have his or her usual place of residence in the territory of one of these parties, nor be employed by any of them, nor have dealt with the matter in any other capacity. 3.
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Score: 747545.95 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/env/eia/about/eia_text.htm
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Article 8 The Parties hereby undertake to maintain the facilities which they have thus far accorded one another for access to their respective ports. (...) Article 50 The Parties undertake to inform one another of any rules which they plan to enact with regard to water pollution. (...) The Parties shall co-operate with one another to this end.
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Score: 747530.96 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...LES/TREATIES/URY-ARG1973MB.PDF
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Meeting of States Parties to the Convention Meetings of States Parties to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea Updated 26 January 2012 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea MEETING OF STATES PARTIES SPECIAL MEETING OF STATES PARTIES TO THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA A Special Meeting of States Parties to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea was held  at Headquarters on 11 August 2011 to elect one member of of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf. Documents: SPLOS/L.68 : Provisional agenda SPLOS/232 : Election of one member of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf - Note by the Secretary-General SPLOS/233 : Election of one member of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf: List of candidates nominated by States Parties SPLOS/234 : Election of one member of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf: Curricula vitae of candidates nominated by States Parties   SPLOS/235 : Agenda SPLOS/236 : Report of the Credentials Committee SPLOS/237 : Report of the Special Meeting Secretariat contact : Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea Office of Legal Affairs Room DC2-0450 United Nations New York, New York 10017 USA Telephone: (212) 963-3962 Facsimile: (212) 963-5847 E-mail: DOALOS            Prepared by the Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, Office of Legal Affairs, United Nations.
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Score: 747182.57 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/m...almeetingstatesparties2011.htm
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