December 2, 2020...2:48 pm

An Agreement Between Heads Of States

“powers,” a document from the competent authority of a state, which designates a person or person representing the state for negotiation, acceptance, authentication of the text of the contract, by informing a state`s agreement to the contractual obligation or the execution of other acts relating to this contract. Heads of state or government, heads of state and government and foreign ministers are considered representatives of their state for all treaty-making acts and are not required to present full powers. The heads of diplomatic missions are not required to submit full powers to accept the text of a contract between the accrediting state and the state to which they are accredited. Similarly, representatives accredited by states at an international conference or an international organization or one of its institutions are not required to present the full powers to adopt the text of the treaty within that conference, organization or organization. The Treaty of Amsterdam makes organised crime one of the priority criminal phenomena that the EU must combat. Article 29 of the EU Treaty stipulates that the EU`s objective of ensuring citizens a high level of protection in an area of freedom, security and justice must be achieved “through the prevention and fight against organised or other crime”. The agreement and the convention, the rules adopted on this basis and the agreements linked to it together form the “Schengen acquis”. Although the desire to carry out cultural activities at European level was evident as early as the 1970s, it was not until 1991 that Article 151 of the Maastricht Treaty officially gave culture a place in European integration, which states that “the Community contributes to the flowering of the cultures of the Member States, respecting their national and regional diversity while emphasizing the common cultural heritage”. b) Convention as a specific term: while over the past century the term “convention” has been regularly used for bilateral agreements, it is now generally used for formal multilateral treaties involving a large number of parties. Conventions are generally open to the participation of the international community as a whole or by a large number of states. As a general rule, instruments negotiated under the aegis of an international organization are justified under the convention (for example. B 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity, 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Vienna Convention on Treaty Law 1969). The same applies to acts adopted by an organ of an international organization (for example.

(b) the ILO Convention on Equal Pay for Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value, adopted by the 1989 International Labour Conference, or the 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child, adopted by the UN General Assembly).