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Declaration On Universal Participation In The Vienna Convention On The Law Of Yreaties

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The United Nations Conference on the Law of Treaties, convinced that multilateral treaties which deal with the codification and progressive development of international law, or the object and purpose of which are of interest to the international community as a whole, should be open to universal participation. The UN invites the General Assembly to give consideration to the matter of issuing invitations in order to ensure the widest possible participation in the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties; expresses the hope that the States Members of the United Nations will endeavour to achieve the object of this Declaration; requests the Secretary-General of the United Nations to bring this Declaration to the notice of the General Assembly; and decides that the present Declaration shall form part of the Final Act of the United Nations Conference on the Law of Treaties.

Keywords: Declaration on Universal Participation; General Assembly; Law of Treaties; United Nations Conference; Vienna Convention



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