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Reservations and Declarations for Treaty No.211 - Council of Europe Convention on the counterfeiting of medical products and similar crimes involving threats to public health
Declarations in force as of today
Status as of 26/11/2015
HungaryReservations contained in a Declaration from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary, dated 7 February 2014, registered at the Secretariat General on 18 February 2014 - Or. Engl. - supplemented by a communication from the Permanent Representative of Hungary on 5 March 2014 - Or. Engl.
Hungary reserves the right not to apply Article 7, paragraph 1, of the Convention, on the basis of Article 7, paragraph 2, of the Convention.
Hungary reserves the right not to apply Article 10, paragraph 1.d and paragraph 2, of the Convention, on the basis of Article 10, paragraph 4, of the Convention.
[ Note by the Secretariat : The Permanent Representation of Hungary declares, in its Communication dated 5 March 2014, that, due to an administrative oversight, the following reservations, contained in Act no. 208/2013 on the ratification of the Convention and communicated to the Secretariat after the deposit of the instrument of ratification of the Convention, are to be considered as deposited simultaneously with the said instrument]
Articles concerned : 10, 7
SpainDeclaration contained in a Note verbale from the Permanent representation deposited at the signature of the Instrument on 8 October 2012 – Or. Engl. and confirmed in the instrument of ratification deposited with the Secretary General of the Council of Europe on 5 August 2013 - Or. Spa. / Engl.
In the event that this Convention were to be extended to Gibraltar, Spain would like to make the following declaration:
1. Gibraltar is a non-autonomous territory whose international relations come under the responsibility of the United Kingdom and which is subject to a decolonisation process in accordance with the relevant decisions and resolutions of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
2. The authorities of Gibraltar have a local character and exercise exclusively internal competences which have their origin and their foundation in a distribution and attribution of competences performed by the United Kingdom in compliance with its internal legislation, in its capacity as sovereign State on which the mentioned non-autonomous territory depends.
3. As a result, the eventual participation of the Gibraltarian authorities in the application of this Convention will be understood as carried out exclusively as part of the internal competences of Gibraltar and cannot be considered to modify in any way what was established in the two previous paragraphs.
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