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Article 83: Accession

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Article 83 comes into play where the time-table set out in Article 81 ends. That is the Convention may be signed until 30 November 1969 in Vienna and until 30 April 1970 in New York. Article 83 impliedly confirms the possibility of accession being authorised before the treaty enters into force. Accession is possible for - all States members of United Nations or any of the specialized agencies, all States members of the International Atomic Energy Agency or Statute of the International Court of Justice and any other State invited by the UN General Assembly to become a party to the Convention. The instruments of accession shall be deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations. The Convention was published in the United Nations Treaty Series.

Keywords: accession; Article 83; Secretary-General of the United Nations; State; Vienna Convention



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