10fAmendment to article 8 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (Blinding laser weapons)New York, 14 December 20172 April 2020 . The Amendment first entered into force on 2 April 2020 in regard to Luxembourg one year after the deposit of its instrument of ratification, in accordance with article 121(5) of the Rome Statute.2 April 2020, No. 38544C.N.126.2018.TREATIES-XVIII-10 of 8 March 2018. C.N.545.2018.TREATIES-XVIII.10 of 2 November 2018 (Proposal of correction to the Spanish authentic text of the Amendment to article 8) and C.N.26.2019.TREATIES-XVIII.10.f of 8 February 2019 (Correction).The Assembly of State Parties to the Rome Statute adopted the Amendment at its 16th Session held in New York from 4 to 14 December 2017 by Resolution ICC-ASP/16/Res.4. The amendment was circulated by the Secretary-General under cover of depositary notification C.N.126.2018.TREATIES-XVIII-10 of 8 March 2018.
ParticipantAcceptance(A), RatificationBelgium21 Jun 2024 Chile21 Sep 2023 Croatia17 May 2021 Czech Republic10 Jul 2020 AEstonia15 Apr 2024 Germany21 Sep 2023 Latvia24 Apr 2020 Lithuania25 Jun 2024 Luxembourg 2 Apr 2019 Mexico20 Jan 2023 ANetherlands (Kingdom of the)<superscript>1</superscript>21 Apr 2020 ANew Zealand14 Oct 2020 Norway22 Mar 2021 ARomania14 Feb 2022 ASlovakia19 Jun 2019 Slovenia 1 Dec 2022 Switzerland 7 Jul 2020 Uruguay21 Mar 2023
1For the European part and the Caribbean part (the islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba) of the Netherlands.