Honourable Members of the International Law Commission, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am truly happy to be with you on this important occasion celebrating the 60th anniversary of the first establishment of the International Law Commission. I am even more than happy to do so in Munich ― not only because it is one of the most pleasant cities in Germany, but also because it is a city whose university has enjoyed a well–earned reputation in the field of international law. Professor Bruno Simma, who once was a colleague of yours and now is a judge at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, was for many years professor of public international law at this university. And Georg Nolte taught here before moving to Berlin.
KeywordsInternational Treaty International Criminal Tribunal International Peace Draft Article Important Occasion
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