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UNIDROIT CONVENTION ON STOLEN OR ILLEGALLY EXPORTED CULTURAL OBJECTS

 

 

Declarations made by States at the time of ratification / accession

under Article 13(3)

 

Finland

The Government of Finland, being a member of the European Union, declares that under Article 13, paragraph 3, of the Convention, it will apply in its relations with other Contracting States which are members of the European Union the internal rules of the European Union and will not therefore apply in its relations with these Contracting States the provisions of this Convention the scope of which coincides with that of those rules. 

 

Greece

The Hellenic Republic, being a Member of the European Union, declares that under Article 13, paragraph 3 of the Convention, it will apply in the European Union the relevant EU legislation to the extent that legislation covers matters to which the Convention applies.

 

Italy

(Translated from Italian).  The provisions of the Convention and this Act shall not apply in the relations with the Contracting States which shall be governed by the European Union Directive 93/7/EEC of the Council of 15 March 1993, and subsequent amendments.

 

Netherlands (at the time of signature)

The Kingdom of the Netherlands, being a Member of the European Union, declares that under Article 13, paragraph 3 of the Convention, it will apply in its relations with other Contracting States which are Members of the European Union the internal rules of the European Union and will not therefore apply in its relations with these Contracting States the provisions of this Convention the scope of which coincides with that of those rules.

 

Norway

In accordance with Article 13, the internal EEA-rules shall apply within the European Economic Area.

 

Spain

(Translation from Spanish) As a Member State of the European Union, Spain specifically declares that, in its relations with Contracting States which are also Member States of the Union, only the internal rules of the European Union shall apply and that therefore the provisions of this Convention, the scope of application of which coincides with that of those rules, shall not apply in respect of those relations. 

  

Sweden

In accordance with paragraph 3 of Article 13 of the Convention, Council Directive 93/7/EEC of 15 March 1993 on the return of cultural objects unlawfully removed from the territory of a Member State will still be applied with respect to States that are Contracting Parties to the European Economic Area Agreement when the scope of application of the Directive and the Convention coincide.

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