Оговорки и заявления по Договору №:141 - Конвенция об отмывании, выявлении, изъятии и конфискации доходов от преступной деятельности

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Греция

Reservation contained in a Note Verbale handed over to the Secretary General at the time of deposit of the instrument of ratification, on 22 June 1999 - Or. Fr.

Article 2, paragraph 1, of the Convention shall apply only to the following offences:

1. Crimes provided for in the law on fight against the spread of drugs:
1.a. Importing drugs into the country, exporting drugs out of the country or transiting drugs through the country.
1.b) Selling, purchasing, offering, making available or distributing to third parties by any means, storing or keeping drugs, or acting as intermediary in the commission of any of these offences.
1.c) Introducing drugs or contriving to facilitate their introduction into camps, police cells for all categories of under-age prisoners, collective workplaces or housing, hospitals or health centres.
1.d) Contriving in any manner to mix drugs with food products, drinks or other items intended for human consumption or that are likely to be consumed.
1.e) Preparing articles belonging to the category of controlled drugs or soporific substances, or illegally importing, supplying, producing, preparing, selling, making available, transporting, possessing or distributing precursor substances or apparatus or equipment, where it is known that they are used or will be used for the purposes of illegal production, cultivation or preparation of drugs, or, generally, for purposes other than that which originally justified the import, export, transport or processing of these precursors.
1.f) Cultivating or harvesting any plant of the Indian hemp family, the opium poppy, any plant species of the Brazilwood family, or any other plant from which narcotic substances are derived.
1.g) Possessing or transporting drugs by whatever manner or means, whether within the country''s territory, by navigating along the territorial zone or crossing territorial waters, or by flying in Greek air space.
1.h) Knowingly sending or receiving parcels, samples without commercial value or letters containing any sort of drug, or authorising a third party to send or receive such items.
1.i) Making available premises of any kind to a third party for the use of drugs, or communicating the address of a shop where drugs are systematically used, or being aware of such use as an employee of such a shop.
1.j) Contributing by any means to the spread of drug use.
1.k) Adulterating or selling adulterated articles from the list of controlled drugs.
1.l) Forging a medical prescription, falsifying or using a forged or falsified prescription in order to obtain narcotic substances for the purposes of trafficking in them.
1.m) Organising, financing, advising or supervising the commission of any of the aforementioned offences in any manner or giving instructions or authorisation in respect of them.
1.n) Facilitating or concealing the commission of other crimes by committing the above-mentioned offences.
1.o) Commission of the above crimes by a person who deals with drugs in the course of his or her duties and, in particular, is responsible for their safekeeping or for prosecuting persons who have committed these crimes, or where the offence is linked to his or her functions.
1.p) Introducing drugs or facilitating their introduction or trafficking in schools at any level and in educational establishments or other educational training or practical instruction units, save for the purpose of a specific research or training programme.
1.q) Introducing drugs or facilitating their introduction or trafficking in sports premises, camping grounds, orphanages, institutions or premises intended for the provision of social services or for accommodation of the armed forces, or premises where pupils or students meet for educational, sports or social activities.
1.r) Selling, making available or distributing drugs to third parties by whatever means, in premises directly adjoining the above-mentioned premises, or acting as an intermediary in the commission of any of these offences.
1.s) The issuing of a prescription for the supply of drugs by a doctor who is aware that there is no real, precise medical indication, or supply by a physician of medicines containing narcotics in one form or another, in the knowledge that they will be used for the purpose of preparing drugs.
1.t) Supply of drugs without the legally required medical prescription or on the basis of an invalid prescription or in amounts exceeding that prescribed, by a pharmacist or in general by a pharmaceutical trader, the manager or employee of a pharmacy or another person in the pharmacy.
1.u) Supplying substances intended to act as substitutes for dependency-inducing drugs.
1.v) Committing the above-mentioned crimes repeatedly or habitually or by way of an occupation, or acting in a manner intended to encourage drug use by under-age persons, or using weapons in committing the above-mentioned crimes or for the purpose of enabling the perpetrator to escape.
1.x) Inciting or inviting a third party to use drugs illegally, advertising them, supplying information concerning their manufacture or supply for the purpose of spreading their use, or assisting the commission of the aforementioned crimes.

2. Crimes covered by Article 15 (1) of Law No. 2168/93, on "weapons, munitions… etc": importing, possessing, producing, processing, assembling, dealing in, delivering, supplying or transporting military rifles, automatic machine guns, pistols or other articles of military hardware, for the purposes of making them available to a third party in order to commit a crime, or for the purpose of illegally supplying groups, organisations, associations or unions of persons, or receiving, concealing or accepting in any way the above objects for the same purposes.

3. Banditry.

4. Blackmail.

5. Abduction.

6. Stealing particularly valuable goods, or aggravated theft.

7. Misappropriating a particularly valuable object, or misappropriation giving rise to an abuse of trust.

8. Fraud, if resulting in particularly heavy losses, or if the offender carries out fraudulent activities habitually or occupationally, or if the circumstances in which the offence was committed show that the perpetrator''s character is especially dangerous.

9. Illegal trade in antique objects.

10. Theft of a particularly valuable cargo.

11. Acting as an intermediary by receiving consideration for the removal of tissues or organs, or acquiring tissues or organs with the intention of reselling them.

12. Economic crimes and offences against the State or legal entities in the public sector in the broad sense.

13. Aggravated smuggling.

14. Violations of the laws on ionising radiation.

15. Procuring.

16. Breaches of the laws on games of chance or other games.

17. Corruption.

18. Usury.

19. Illegal immigration.

20. Smuggling of nuclear materials.

21. Corruption of a public official from another country (ratification of the OECD Convention for combating the bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions).

22.a) Passive or active corruption of a public official.
b) Fraudulent actions prejudicial to the financial interests of the European Communities.
c) Fabricating and delivering false declarations or documents (ratification- application of the Convention on the protection of the European Communities'' financial interests and appended Protocols).

The Greek Government reserves the right to add other categories of criminal activities.
Период результата: 01/10/1999 -
Cтатьях, посвященных : 2

Reservation contained in a Note Verbale handed over to the Secretary General at the time of deposit of the instrument of ratification, on 22 June 1999 - Or. Fr.

Article 6, paragraph 1, of the Convention shall apply only to the following offences:

1. Crimes provided for in the law on fight against the spread of drugs:
1.a. Importing drugs into the country, exporting drugs out of the country or transiting drugs through the country.
1.b) Selling, purchasing, offering, making available or distributing to third parties by any means, storing or keeping drugs, or acting as intermediary in the commission of any of these offences.
1.c) Introducing drugs or contriving to facilitate their introduction into camps, police cells for all categories of under-age prisoners, collective workplaces or housing, hospitals or health centres.
1.d) Contriving in any manner to mix drugs with food products, drinks or other items intended for human consumption or that are likely to be consumed.
1.e) Preparing articles belonging to the category of controlled drugs or soporific substances, or illegally importing, supplying, producing, preparing, selling, making available, transporting, possessing or distributing precursor substances or apparatus or equipment, where it is known that they are used or will be used for the purposes of illegal production, cultivation or preparation of drugs, or, generally, for purposes other than that which originally justified the import, export, transport or processing of these precursors.
1.f) Cultivating or harvesting any plant of the Indian hemp family, the opium poppy, any plant species of the Brazilwood family, or any other plant from which narcotic substances are derived.
1.g) Possessing or transporting drugs by whatever manner or means, whether within the country''s territory, by navigating along the territorial zone or crossing territorial waters, or by flying in Greek air space.
1.h) Knowingly sending or receiving parcels, samples without commercial value or letters containing any sort of drug, or authorising a third party to send or receive such items.
1.i) Making available premises of any kind to a third party for the use of drugs, or communicating the address of a shop where drugs are systematically used, or being aware of such use as an employee of such a shop.
1.j) Contributing by any means to the spread of drug use.
1.k) Adulterating or selling adulterated articles from the list of controlled drugs.
1.l) Forging a medical prescription, falsifying or using a forged or falsified prescription in order to obtain narcotic substances for the purposes of trafficking in them.
1.m) Organising, financing, advising or supervising the commission of any of the aforementioned offences in any manner or giving instructions or authorisation in respect of them.
1.n) Facilitating or concealing the commission of other crimes by committing the above-mentioned offences.
1.o) Commission of the above crimes by a person who deals with drugs in the course of his or her duties and, in particular, is responsible for their safekeeping or for prosecuting persons who have committed these crimes, or where the offence is linked to his or her functions.
1.p) Introducing drugs or facilitating their introduction or trafficking in schools at any level and in educational establishments or other educational training or practical instruction units, save for the purpose of a specific research or training programme.
1.q) Introducing drugs or facilitating their introduction or trafficking in sports premises, camping grounds, orphanages, institutions or premises intended for the provision of social services or for accommodation of the armed forces, or premises where pupils or students meet for educational, sports or social activities.
1.r) Selling, making available or distributing drugs to third parties by whatever means, in premises directly adjoining the above-mentioned premises, or acting as an intermediary in the commission of any of these offences.
1.s) The issuing of a prescription for the supply of drugs by a doctor who is aware that there is no real, precise medical indication, or supply by a physician of medicines containing narcotics in one form or another, in the knowledge that they will be used for the purpose of preparing drugs.
1.t) Supply of drugs without the legally required medical prescription or on the basis of an invalid prescription or in amounts exceeding that prescribed, by a pharmacist or in general by a pharmaceutical trader, the manager or employee of a pharmacy or another person in the pharmacy.
1.u) Supplying substances intended to act as substitutes for dependency-inducing drugs.
1.v) Committing the above-mentioned crimes repeatedly or habitually or by way of an occupation, or acting in a manner intended to encourage drug use by under-age persons, or using weapons in committing the above-mentioned crimes or for the purpose of enabling the perpetrator to escape.
1.x) Inciting or inviting a third party to use drugs illegally, advertising them, supplying information concerning their manufacture or supply for the purpose of spreading their use, or assisting the commission of the aforementioned crimes.

2. Crimes covered by Article 15 (1) of Law No. 2168/93, on "weapons, munitions… etc": importing, possessing, producing, processing, assembling, dealing in, delivering, supplying or transporting military rifles, automatic machine guns, pistols or other articles of military hardware, for the purposes of making them available to a third party in order to commit a crime, or for the purpose of illegally supplying groups, organisations, associations or unions of persons, or receiving, concealing or accepting in any way the above objects for the same purposes.

3. Banditry.

4. Blackmail.

5. Abduction.

6. Stealing particularly valuable goods, or aggravated theft.

7. Misappropriating a particularly valuable object, or misappropriation giving rise to an abuse of trust.

8. Fraud, if resulting in particularly heavy losses, or if the offender carries out fraudulent activities habitually or occupationally, or if the circumstances in which the offence was committed show that the perpetrator''s character is especially dangerous.

9. Illegal trade in antique objects.

10. Theft of a particularly valuable cargo.

11. Acting as an intermediary by receiving consideration for the removal of tissues or organs, or acquiring tissues or organs with the intention of reselling them.

12. Economic crimes and offences against the State or legal entities in the public sector in the broad sense.

13. Aggravated smuggling.

14. Violations of the laws on ionising radiation.

15. Procuring.

16. Breaches of the laws on games of chance or other games.

17. Corruption.

18. Usury.

19. Illegal immigration.

20. Smuggling of nuclear materials.

21. Corruption of a public official from another country (ratification of the OECD Convention for combating the bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions).

22.a) Passive or active corruption of a public official.
b) Fraudulent actions prejudicial to the financial interests of the European Communities.
c) Fabricating and delivering false declarations or documents (ratification- application of the Convention on the protection of the European Communities'' financial interests and appended Protocols).

The Greek Government reserves the right to add other categories of criminal activities
Период результата: 01/10/1999 -
Cтатьях, посвященных : 6

Reservation contained in a Note Verbale handed over to the Secretary General at the time of deposit of the instrument of ratification, on 22 June 1999 - Or. Fr.

With regard to Article 14, paragraph 3, the Greek Government shall enforce the confiscation requested by the requesting Party on the condition that it is not in contradiction with the Constitution and the fundamental principles of the Greek legal system.
Период результата: 01/10/1999 -
Cтатьях, посвященных : 14

Reservation contained in a Note Verbale handed over to the Secretary General at the time of deposit of the instrument of ratification, on 22 June 1999 - Or. Fr.

The requests and supporting documents must be sent by the requesting State in Greek or be translated into English or French.
Период результата: 01/10/1999 -
Cтатьях, посвященных : 25

Reservation contained in a Note Verbale handed over to the Secretary General at the time of deposit of the instrument of ratification, on 22 June 1999 - Or. Fr.

Information or evidence provided by the Greek Republic in accordance with Chapter III of the Convention may not, without its prior consent, be used or transmitted by the authorities of the requesting Party in investigations or proceedings other than those specified in the request.
Период результата: 01/10/1999 -
Cтатьях, посвященных : 32


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