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Bosnia and Herzegovina and Malta, two new signatures for Convention 108+

Strasbourg 2 July 2020
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Bosnia and Herzegovina and Malta, two new signatures for Convention 108+

Today, 2 July, two new States have signed the Protocol amending the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data, (CETS No.223), in presence of the Deputy Secretary General, Ms Gabriela Battaini-Dragoni.
Ambassador Ivan ORLIĆ, Permanent Representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina, then Ambassador Joseph FILLETTI, Permanent Representative of Malta, successively signed Convention 108+.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is Party to Convention 108 since July 2006 and Malta since June 2003; today they respectively became the 35th and 36th countries to sign the modernised Convention 108.

Find out more about Convention 108+ here.