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10.1. The Memorandum is without prejudice to the rights and obligations under any international Instrument.
10.2 A Maritime Authority of a State of the Region may accede to the Memorandum provided it complies with the criteria specified in Annex 9.
10.3 Authorities meeting the requirements specified in Annex 9 may become parties to the Memorandum by:
The Memorandum remains open for signature, at the Headquarters of the Secretariat from 5 June 1998 to 22 January 1999.
10.4 Acceptance or accession will be effected by a written communication by each Authority to the Secretariat.
10.5 The Secretariat will inform the Authorities who have signed the Memorandum of any signature or written communication, or of acceptance or accession and of the date on which such an event has taken place.
10.6 This Memorandum will enter into force for each Authority 90 days from the date of acceptance or accession.
10.7 Any Maritime Authority or organisation wishing to participate as an observer will submit in writing an application to the Committee and will be accepted as an observer subject to the unanimous consent of the representatives of the Authorities present and voting at the Committee meeting.
10.8 Any Authority may withdraw from the Memorandum by providing the Committee with 60 days notice in writing.
10.9 The English text is the official version of the Memorandum.
9.1 Any Authority which has accepted the Memorandum may propose amendments to the Memorandum.
9.2 In the case of proposed amendments to sections of the Memorandum, the following procedure will apply:
9.3 In the case of proposed amendments to Annexes of the Memorandum the following procedure will apply:
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