Czech Republic: Succession to Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE)

Action type
Government of The Netherlands
11 December 1996

Declarations or reservations:

Since 01-01-1993, after Czechoslovakia broke up into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.


Depositary Communications


The consequences of the dissolution of Czechoslovakia for the Treaty were agreed on at an Extraordinary Conference held on 5 February 1993, which conference accepted the Czech Republic and Slovakia as the legal successors to Czechoslovakia by the Document of 5 February 1993.


On 22 November 2011 the Czech Republic made a statement in the Joint Consultative Group on the cessation of certain obligations pursuant to the CFE Treaty vis-à-vis the Russian Federation.


Other Actions
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