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Apr 2021

Strasbourg Agreement India

The audit is carried out by one or more special Union countries or by external auditors, in accordance with financial regulations. They are appointed by the Assembly with their approval. The siege agreement with the country in which the organization has its statutory headquarters provides that, if working capital is not sufficient, that country grants advances. The amount of these advances and the conditions under which they are granted are the subject of separate agreements between that country and the organization. The dates on which these changes come into effect The Director-General registers this agreement with the Secretariat of the United Nations. Amendments to the articles in paragraph 1 are adopted by the Assembly. Adoption requires three-quarters of the votes cast, provided that each amendment to Article 7 and this paragraph requires four-fifths of the votes cast. Any decision considered by one-fifth of the countries represented and having the right to vote as the basic structure of the classification or with substantial reclassification is subject to a majority of three quarters of the countries represented and voting. The decisions of the expert committee require a simple majority of the countries represented and the vote. This agreement may be revised from time to time by a special conference of the countries of the Special Union. In particular, the International Office prepares the meetings and presents the secretariat of the Assembly, the Committee of Experts and the other committees or working groups set up by the Assembly or the Committee of Experts.

The Director General is the Director General of the Special Union and represents the Special Union. Any intergovernmental organization covered in paragraph has Article 5, paragraph 2, may be represented by an observer at Assembly meetings and, if the Assembly so decides, in committees or working groups set up by the Assembly. – Iran, June 22, 1971; Brazil, June 28, 1971; Austria, 9 September 1971; Japan, September 13, 1971; France, September 20, 1971; Netherlands, 22 September 1971; In Monaco, on 27 September 1971, make recommendations to the countries of the Special Union to facilitate the application of the classification and to promote its uniform application; – Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany (Federal Republic of Germany), Greece, Holy See, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States of America, Yugoslavia, 24 March 1971; Article 19 of the Paris Convention on the Protection of Industrial Property of 20 March 14, 1883, revised in Brussels on 14 December 1900, in Washington on 2 June 1911, in The Hague on 6 November 1925, in London on 2 June 1934, in Lisbon on 31 October 1958, and in Stockholm on 14 July 1967, the Special Union will have an assembly of the special union countries.

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