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16111United Nations Regulation No. 111. Uniform provisions concerning the approval of tank vehicles of categories N and O with regard to rollover stabilityGeneva, 28 December 200028 December 2000, in accordance with article 1(4).28 December 2000, No. 4789Parties: See XI-B-16.1United Nations, <i>Treaty Series</i>, vol. 2131, p. 23; Depositary notification C.N.436.2000.TREATIES-4 of 28 June 2000 and doc. TRANS/WP.29/705; C.N.1079.2004.TREATIES-1 of 4 October 2004 and doc. TRANS/WP.29/1029 (supplement 1 to the original) and C.N.260.2005.TREATIES-1 of 8 April 2005 (adoption).<superscript>2</superscript>
Contracting Parties applying Regulation No. 111<superscript>3</superscript>Participant<superscript>1</superscript>Application of regulation, Succession(d)Armenia 1 Mar 2018 Australia<superscript>1</superscript>[28 Dec 2000 ]Austria28 Dec 2000 Azerbaijan15 Apr 2002 Belarus28 Dec 2000 Belgium28 Dec 2000 Bosnia and Herzegovina28 Dec 2000 Bulgaria28 Dec 2000 Croatia28 Dec 2000 Czech Republic28 Dec 2000 Denmark28 Dec 2000 Egypt 5 Dec 2012 Estonia28 Dec 2000 European Union<superscript>4</superscript>28 Dec 2000 Finland28 Dec 2000 France28 Dec 2000 Germany28 Dec 2000 Greece28 Dec 2000 Hungary28 Dec 2000 Italy28 Dec 2000 Latvia28 Dec 2000 Lithuania28 Jan 2002 Luxembourg28 Dec 2000 Malaysia 3 Feb 2006 Montenegro<superscript>5</superscript>23 Oct 2006 dNetherlands (Kingdom of the)28 Dec 2000 Nigeria18 Oct 2018 North Macedonia28 Dec 2000 Norway28 Dec 2000 Pakistan24 Feb 2020 Philippines 3 Nov 2022 Poland28 Dec 2000 Portugal28 Dec 2000 Republic of Moldova21 Sep 2016 Romania28 Dec 2000 Russian Federation28 Dec 2000 San Marino27 Nov 2015 Serbia28 Dec 2000 Slovakia28 Dec 2000 Slovenia28 Dec 2000 South Africa18 Apr 2001 Spain28 Dec 2000 Sweden28 Dec 2000 Switzerland28 Dec 2000 Türkiye28 Dec 2000 Uganda23 Aug 2022 Ukraine28 Dec 2000 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland28 Dec 2000
1The Regulation enters into force for all Contracting Parties to the Agreement which did not notify their disagreement thereto, in accordance with 1 (4). The date listed under " <i> <b>Application of regulation </b> </i>" reflects the date of the entry into force of the Regulation for those States parties to the Agreement, at the time of the entry into force of the Regulation, which did not notify their disagreement thereto, in accordance with article 1(4) of the Agreement. States parties to the Agreement not applying the Regulation may, at any time, notify the Secretary-General that they intend to apply it, and the Regulation will then enter into force for such States on the sixtieth day after such notification, in accordance with article 1(7) of the Agreement. For these States, the date listed under " <b> <i>Application of regulation </i> </b>" is the date of deposit of the notification. States that become parties to the Agreement subsequent to the entry into force of the Regulation, which do not notify their disagreement thereto, apply the Regulation as from the date of entry into force of the Agreement for such States. In these cases, the date listed under " <b> <i>Application of regulation </i> </b>" reflects the date of deposit of the instrument of accession to the Agreement. Following is the list of Contrating Parties that notified their objection to draft Regulation No. 111, pursuant to article 1 (4); or declared the non-application of Regulation No. 111, pursuant to article 1(5): 2Participant:Date of the notification: Japan11 Dec 2000 Australia*26 Feb 2001 New Zealand**27 Nov 2001 Thailand2 Mar 2006
*The notification of cessation was accompanied by the following: "[I]t had been the intention of the Government of Australia to notify its disagreement to [Regulation 111] when first circulated under [communication dated 28 June 2000] but [...] it was unable to do so before the 28 December 2000 deadline. [It is] the intentiof the Government of Australia to cease applying [Regulation 111] in accordance with Article 1, paragraph 6 of the Agreement. [The Government of Australia] further notifies that during the twelve month notice period, Australia will not be in a position to apply [Regulation 111]. The Government of Australia regrets any inconvenience that may arise." **In a communication received on 18 January 2002, the Government of New Zealand, in connection with its accession to the Agreement, clarified its intention to apply certain Regulations annexed to the Agreement. By notifying the application of certain Regulations, the Government of New Zealand implicitly notified the non-application of those Regulations not specified, in accordance with article 1(5) of the Agreement. See declaration made by New Zealand upon accession to the Agreement in chapter XI.B.16.
2 For additional references to the texts of the annexed regulations and their amendments, see doc. <a href="" target = "_ blank">TRANS/WP.29/343</a> as updated annually. 3Proposed by the Administrative Committee.4In a letter dated 29 July 1998, the European Community informed the Secretary-General of the following:"The accession of the EC has the effect that the [...] regulations adhered to are not (in cases where a Member State already applied a regulation: no longer) applied by Member States by virtue of their status as Contracting Parties to the Agreement but exclusively in their capacity as Member States of the Contracting Party European Community. Thus, the 14 Member States already Contracting Parties themselves, now apply all [these] regulations by virtue of the EC's accession."... By the EC accession, Ireland has not become a Contracting Party. Only the EC has become a Contracting Party. Ireland being a Member State of this Contracting Party applies the [...] regulations [adhered to by the EC] by virtue of the EC's accession.It will be recalled that, as at 29 July 1999, States Members of the EC are: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.5See note 1 under "Montenegro" in the "Historical Information" section in the front matter of this volume.