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II.7.411 PROTOCOL CONCERNING MARINE POLLUTION RESULTING FROM EXPLORATION AND EXPLOITATION OF THE CONTINENTAL SHELF, 1989

The Ratification of Maritime Conventions

Chapter I.7.411

PROTOCOL CONCERNING MARINE POLLUTION RESULTING FROM EXPLORATION AND EXPLOITATION OF THE CONTINENTAL SHELF

ADOPTED: Done at Kuwait 29 March 1989
ENTERED INTO FORCE: 17 February 1990
DEPOSITARY: Government of the State of Kuwait
SECRETARY: UNEP

IMPLEMENTATION

SIGNATURE, RATIFICATION, ACCEPTANCE, APPROVAL, ACCESSION

Article XV

1. This protocol shall be open for signature in the State of Kuwait from 29 March to 26 June 1989 by any State which is party to the Kuwait Regional Convention for Co-operation on the Protection of the Marine Environment from Pollution.

2. The Protocol shall be subject to ratification, acceptance, approval or accession by the States Parties to the Convention. Instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall be deposited with the Government of Kuwait which shall assume the function of the Depository.

ENTRY INTO FORCE

Article XV

3. This Protocol shall enter into force on the ninetieth day following the date of deposit of at least five instruments of ratification, acceptance or approval of, or accession to this Protocol by the States as referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article.

RELATION OF THE PROTOCOL TO THE CONVENTION

Article XIV

1. The provisions of the Convention relating to Protocols shall apply to this Protocol.

2. Procedures for amendments to Protocols and their Annexes adopted in accordance with Articles XX and XXI of the Convention shall apply to this Protocol.

3. The Rules of Procedure and Financial Rules adopted pursuant to Article XXII of the Convention, and amendments thereto, shall apply to this Protocol.

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