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CHAPTER III
PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES, DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR RELATIONS, ETC
10 . Optional Protocol to the Convention on Special Missions concerning the compulsory settlement of disputes
New York, 8 December 1969
Entry into force
:
21 June 1985, in accordance with article VII(1).
Registration :
21 June 1985, No. 23431
Status :
Signatories : 8. Parties : 17
Text :
United Nations,  Treaty Series , vol. 1400, p. 339.
Note :
The present Protocol was opened for signature by all States which could become Parties to the Convention, from 16 December 1969 unitl 31 December 1970 at United Nations Headquarters in New York.
Participant 1
Signature
Ratification, Accession(a), Succession(d)
Austria
  22 Aug 1978 a
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2
  12 Jan 1994 d
Cyprus
31 Dec 1970
24 Jan 1972
El Salvador
18 Dec 1970
 
Estonia
  21 Oct 1991 a
Finland
28 Dec 1970
 
Guatemala
  12 Feb 1988 a
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
   5 Jun 1975 a
Jamaica
 1 Jul 1970
 
Liberia
  16 Sep 2005 a
Liechtenstein
15 Dec 1970
 3 Aug 1977
Montenegro 3
  23 Oct 2006 d
Paraguay
  19 Sep 1975 a
Philippines
16 Dec 1969
26 Nov 1976
Serbia 2
  12 Mar 2001 d
Seychelles
  28 Dec 1977 a
Slovakia
  27 Apr 1999 a
Spain
  31 May 2001 a
Switzerland
31 Jul 1970
 3 Nov 1977
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
17 Dec 1970
 
Uruguay
  17 Dec 1980 a
End Note
1.Signed on behalf of the Republic of China on 28 December 1970.  See also note 1 under “China” in the “Historical Information” section in the front matter of this volume.
2.The former Yugoslavia had signed and ratified the Optional Protocol on 18 December 1969 and 5 March 1974, respectively. See also note 1 under  “Bosnia and Herzegovina”, “Croatia”, “former Yugoslavia”, “Slovenia”, "The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" and “Yugoslavia” in the “Historical Information” section in the front matter of this volume.
3.See note 1 under “Montenegro” in the “Historical Information” section in the front matter of this volume.