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CHAPTER XI
TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
B . Road Traffic
4 . European Agreement supplementing the 1949 Convention on road traffic and the 1949 Protocol on road signs and signals
Geneva, 16 September 1950
Entry into force
:
20 December 1953, in accordance with article 4.
Registration :
20 December 1953, No. 1671
Status :
Signatories : 4. Parties : 14
Text :
United Nations,  Treaty Series , vol. 182, p. 286 and vol. 1137, p. 484 (termination).
Participant
Signature
Definitive signature(s), Ratification, Accession(a), Succession(d)
Austria 1
28 Jun 1951
 2 Nov 1955
Belgium
16 Sep 1950
23 Apr 1954
France
  16 Sep 1950 s
Greece
   1 Jul 1952 a
Holy See
   1 Oct 1956 a
Hungary 2
  30 Jul 1962 a
Italy
  30 Mar 1957 a
Luxembourg
16 Sep 1950
17 Oct 1952
Montenegro 3
  23 Oct 2006 d
Netherlands 4
16 Sep 1950
 4 Dec 1952 s
Poland
  29 Oct 1958 a
Serbia 5
  12 Mar 2001 d
Spain
   9 Jun 1960 a
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  16 May 1966 a
End Note
1.In a communication received on 15 October 1971, the Government of Austria denounced, in accordance with article 3 of the Agreement, the addendum, in article 1 of that Agreement, to annex 1 of the 1949 Convention.
2.With the declaration that "the Hungarian People's Republic does not consider itself bound by the provisions of article 5 of the Agreement".
3.See note 1 under "Montenegro" in the "Historical Information" section in the front matter of this volume.
4.In a communication received on 4 December 1952, the Government of the Netherlands notified the Secretary-General that the reservation as to ratification, made on its behalf upon signature of the Agreement, is to be considered as having been withdrawn. Consequently, the date of 4 December 1952 should be considered as the date of the definitive signature.
5.The former Yugoslavia had signed definitively the Agreement on 16 September 1950. 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.