Final acts of the Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux, 1965
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Final acts of the Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux, 1965 International Telecommunication Convention : resolutions, recommendations, and opinions. by International Telecommunication Union. Plenipotentiary Conference

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Published by International Telecommunication Union in [Montreux, Switzerland] .
Written in English


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Accompanied by Final protocol and optional additional protocol to the International Telecommunication Convention.

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LC ClassificationsMLCM 87/7093 (T)
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 134 p. ;
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2490983M
LC Control Number87460052

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adopted by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development at its first session, in , and contained in annex A.I.2 of the Final Act of the Conference;3 2. Requests that the Convention on Transit Trade of Land-locked States be signed by 31 December and ratified or acceded to as soon as possible in order to promote the. PLENIPOTENTIARY CONFERENCE countries sign Final Acts " A fter a rather slow start, complicated by a good deal of time spent in debating x\ political questions, the Plenipotentiary Conference ended its deliberations in Montreux with considerable success, and in an atmosphere truly reflecting the dignity of the supreme organ of the Union. will facilitate cross-referencing with the Final Acts of the plenipotentiary conference concerned and make it possible to trace the evolution of the CS and CV texts through successive plenipotentiary conferences. 5 The General Rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union. Additional Plenipotentiary Conference (Geneva, ) 7 December - 22 December - Geneva, Switzerland The High Level Committee (HLC) established by the Nice Plenipotentiary Conference made a number of recommendations in its report Tomorrow’s ITU: The challenges of change.

International Telecommunication Convention (Montreux, ) EN: FR: ES: ZH: Convention of the International Telecommunication Union as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (published in Final Acts of the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, . The Plenipotentiary Conference held in Minneapolis in recognized the strategic need to strengthen the participation of the private sector in the work of the Union, and adopted a number of resolutions in this area. Final Acts of PP (Minneapolis, ) (English) PDF (acrobat) Plenipotentiary Conference (Montreux, Both instruments were opened for signature by the Plenipotentiary Conference at Kingston on 18 October The Conference also adopted the Final Act, approved the memorandum of understanding relating to the allocation of the Bank's resources to multinational projects, which had been adopted by the Conference of Finance Ministers at Port of. 17th session of the International Law Commission () Depositary practice in relation to reservations: Report by the Secretary-General submitted in accordance with General Assembly resolution B (XIV) A/ (in Yearbook, , vol. II) ILC Report, A/ (A/20/9), , chap. II(A), para.

Both instruments were opened for signature by the Plenipotentiary Conference at Kingston on 18 October The Conference also adopted the Final Act, approved the memorandum of understanding relating to the allocation of The texts of the said memorandum and resolution are appended to the Final Act as annexes A and B. (Montreux, Dalam Final Protocol yang merupakan bagian dari Final Acts Plenipotentiary Conference Montreux diberi kesempatan kepada wakil-wakil berkuasa penuh dari negara-negara untuk menerangkan bahwa mereka menanda-tangani Convention ini dengan syarat-syarat; banyak negara-negara yang mengajukan syarat-syarat antara lain Indonesia yang menyatakan. 11 November and the dismissal of the former ministers, the authority of the Rhodesian Delegation to the Montreux Plenipotentiary Conference ceased on 11 November and the former delegation was thus no longer empowered to sign the Final Acts when they were formally presented for signature on 12 November ; considering that. in FINAL ACTS OF THE PLENIPOTENTIARY CONFERENCE, NICE () [hereinafter Constitution] Article I states: The purposes of the Union are: a) to maintain and extend international cooperation between all Members of the Union for the improvement and rational use of telecommunications of all kinds.