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Final Act Of The United Nations Conference On The Law Of Treaties

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The General Assembly of the United Nations decided by its resolution 2166 of 5 December 1966, to convene an international conference of plenipotentiaries to consider the law of treaties and to embody the results of its work in an international convention and such other instruments, as it might deem appropriate. The first session of the United Nations Conference on the Law of Treaties was held at the Neue Hofburg, Vienna, The General Assembly invited the specialised agencies and interested intergovernmental organizations to send observers to the Conference. The Conference elected Mr. Roberto Ago (Italy) as President. The Conference assigned to the Committee the consideration of the final draft articles on the law of treaties adopted by the International Law Commission. By unanimous decision of the Conference, the original of the Final Act shall be deposited in the archives of the Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Austria.

Keywords: International Law Commission; law of treaties; Neue Hofburg; United Nations Conference; Vienna Convention



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