Czech Republic: Succession to Outer Space Treaty

Action type
Succession
Depositary
Government of the United Kingdom
Date
29 September 1993
Note

In a Note dated the 15 September 1993, received on 29 September 1993 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic notified the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the following: "In conformity with the valid principles of international law and to the extent defined by it, the Czech Republic, as a successor State to the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, considers itself bound, as of 1 January, i.e.  the date of the dissolution of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, by the multilateral international treaties to which the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic was a party on that date, including reservations and declarations to their provisions made earlier by the Czech and Slovak Federal RepublicFrom among the treaties deposited with the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland this applies to the following: Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, including the Moon and other Celestial Bodies, done at London, Moscow and Washington, January 27, 1967.

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