Article 35: Registration
Article 35 concludes the Final Clauses of the UNESCO Convention as well as the Convention as a whole. It is not so much a genuine provision of the UNESCO Convention itself, but rather the due repetition of an obligation stated for all UN Member States in Article 102 Charter of the United Nations (UNC), as quoted by Article 35 of the Convention.
KeywordsInternational Agreement Vienna Convention Registration Request Legal Affair UNESCO Convention
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