19 CFR 12.104b - State Parties to the Convention.

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§ 12.104b State Parties to the Convention.
(a) The following is a list of State Parties which have deposited an instrument of ratification, acceptance, accession or succession, the date of such deposit and the date of entry into force for each State Party:
State party Date of deposit Date of entry into force
Code for reading second column: Ratification (R); Acceptance (Ac); Accession (A); Succession (S).
Notes:
1. The Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Georgia, and the Republic of Tadjikistan each deposited a notification of succession in which each declared itself bound by the Convention as ratified by the USSR on April 28, 1988 and which entered into force on July 28, 1988.
2. Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and the Republic of Slovenia each deposited notification of succession in which each declared itself bound by the Convention as ratified by Yugoslavia on Oct. 3, 1972 and entered into force on January 3, 1973.
3. The Government of the Russian Federation informed the Director General of UNESCO that the Russian Federation continues without interruption the participation of the USSR in all UNESCO Conventions. The instrument of ratification was deposited by the former USSR on April 28, 1988. and entered into force on July 28, 1988.
4. The Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic each deposited a notification of succession in which each declared itself bound by the Convention as accepted by Czechoslovakia on Feb. 14, 1977 and which entered into force on May 14, 1977.
Algeria June 24, 1974 (R) Sept. 24, 1974.
Angola Nov. 7, 1991 (R) Feb. 7, 1992.
Argentina Jan. 11, 1973 (R) Apr. 11, 1973.
Armenia, Republic of Sept. 5, 1993 (S) See Note 1.
Australia Oct. 30, 1989 (Ac) Jan. 30, 1990.
Bangladesh Dec. 9, 1987 (R) Mar. 9, 1988.
Belarus Apr. 28, 1988 (R) July 28, 1988.
Belize Jan. 26, 1990 (R) Apr. 26, 1990.
Bolivia Oct. 4, 1976 (R) Jan. 4, 1977.
Bosnia-Herzegovina July 12, 1993 (S) See Note 2.
Brazil Feb. 16, 1973 (R) May 16, 1973.
Bulgaria Sept. 15, 1971 (R) Apr. 24, 1972.
Burkina Faso Apr. 7, 1987 (R) July 7, 1987.
Cambodia Sept. 26, 1972 (R) Dec. 26, 1972.
Cameroon May 24, 1972 (R) Aug. 24, 1972.
Canada Mar. 28, 1978 (Ac) June 28, 1978.
Central African Republic Feb. 1, 1972 (R) May 1, 1972.
China, People's Republic of Nov. 28, 1989 (Ac) Feb. 28, 1990.
Colombia May 24, 1988 (Ac) Aug. 24, 1988.
Cote d'Ivoire Oct. 30, 1990 (R) Jan. 30, 1991.
Croatia July 6, 1992 (S) See Note 2.
Cuba Jan. 30, 1980 (R) Apr. 30, 1980.
Cyprus Oct. 19, 1979 (R) Jan. 19, 1980.
Czech Republic Mar. 26, 1993 (S) See Note 4.
Dominican Republic Mar. 7, 1973 (R) June 7, 1973.
Ecuador Mar. 24, 1971 (Ac) Apr. 24, 1972.
Egypt Apr. 5, 1973 (Ac) July 5, 1973.
El Salvador Feb. 20, 1978 (R) May 20, 1978.
Georgia, Republic of Nov. 4, 1992 (S) See Note 1.
Greece June 5, 1981 (R) Sept. 5, 1981.
Grenada Sept. 10, 1992 (Ac) Dec. 10, 1992.
Guatemala Jan. 14, 1985 (R) Apr. 14, 1985.
Guinea Mar. 18, 1979 (R) June 18, 1979.
Honduras Mar. 19, 1979 (R) June 19, 1979.
Hungary Oct. 23, 1978 (R) Jan. 23, 1979.
India Jan. 24, 1977 (R) Apr. 24, 1977.
Iran Jan. 27, 1975 (Ac) Apr. 27, 1975.
Iraq Feb. 12, 1973 (Ac) May 12, 1973.
Italy Oct. 2, 1978 (R) Jan. 2, 1979.
Jordan Mar. 15, 1974 (R) June 15, 1974.
Korea, Democratic People's Republic of May 13, 1983 (R) Aug. 13, 1983.
Korea, Republic of Feb. 14, 1983 (Ac) May 14, 1983.
Kuwait June 22, 1972 (Ac) Sept. 22, 1972.
Lebanon Aug. 25, 1992 (R) Nov. 25, 1992.
Libya Jan. 9, 1973 (R) Apr. 9, 1973.
Madagascar June 21, 1989 (R) Sept. 21, 1989.
Mali Apr. 6, 1987 (R) July 6, 1987.
Mauritania Apr. 27, 1977 (R) July 27, 1977
Mauritius Feb. 27, 1978 (Ac) May 27, 1978.
Mexico Oct. 4, 1972 (Ac) Jan. 4, 1973.
Mongolia June 23, 1991 (Ac) Aug. 23, 1991.
Nepal June 23, 1976 (R) Sept. 23, 1976.
Nicaragua Apr. 19, 1977 (R) July 19, 1977.
Niger Oct. 16, 1972 (R) Jan. 16, 1973.
Nigeria Jan. 24, 1972 (R) Apr. 24, 1972.
Oman June 2, 1978 (Ac) Sept. 2, 1978.
Pakistan Apr. 30, 1978 (R) July 30, 1981.
Panama Aug. 13, 1973 (Ac) Nov. 13, 1973.
Peru Oct. 24, 1979 (Ac) Jan. 24, 1980.
Poland Jan. 31, 1974 (R) Apr. 30, 1974.
Portugal Dec. 9, 1985 (R) Mar. 9, 1986.
Qatar Apr. 20, 1977 (Ac) July 20, 1977.
Romania Dec. 6, 1993 (R) Mar. 6, 1994.
Russian Federation Apr. 28, 1988 (R) See Note 3.
Saudi Arabia Sept. 8, 1976 (Ac) Dec. 8, 1976.
Senegal Dec. 9, 1984 (R) Mar. 9, 1985.
Slovak Republic Mar. 31, 1993 (S) See Note 4.
Slovenia, Republic of Oct. 10, 1992 (S) See Note 2.
Spain Jan. 10, 1986 (R) Apr. 10, 1986.
Sri Lanka Apr. 7, 1981 (Ac) July 7, 1981.
Syria Feb. 21, 1975 (Ac) May 21, 1975.
Tadjikistan, Republic of Aug. 11, 1992 (S) See Note 1.
Tanzania Aug. 2, 1977 (R) Nov. 2, 1977.
Tunisia Mar. 10, 1975 (R) June 10, 1975.
Turkey Apr. 21, 1981 (R) July 21, 1981.
Ukraine Apr. 28, 1988 (R) July 28, 1988.
United States of America Sept. 2, 1983 (Ac) Dec. 2, 1983.
Uruguay Aug. 9, 1977 (R) Nov. 9, 1977.
Yugoslavia Oct. 3, 1972 (R) Jan. 3, 1973.
Zaire Sept. 23, 1974 (R) Dec. 23, 1974.
Zambia June 21, 1985 (R) Sept. 21, 1985.
(b) Additions to and deletions from the list of State Parties will be accomplished by Federal Register notice, from time to time, as the necessity arises.
[T.D. 86-52, 51 FR 6907, Feb. 27, 1986, as amended by T.D. 88-59, 53 FR 38287, Sept. 30, 1988; T.D. 90-13, 55 FR 4996, Feb. 13, 1990; T.D. 95-71, 60 FR 47467, Sept. 13, 1995 ; CBP Dec. 08-25, 73 FR 40725, July 16, 2008]

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