In a political climate which encourages interdependence between states, international law is constantly developing, and is increasingly becoming a key factor in the organisation of inter-state relations.
Three databases containing information about the practice of Council of Europe member and observer states in various fields of public international law can be consulted on the site.
Users can search for and consult information concerning "Immunities of States and international organisations", "Organisation and functions of the Office of the Legal Adviser in the Ministry for Foreign Affairs" and "Implementation of UN sanctions".
Ms Päivi KAUKORANTA, Director General of the Legal Service of the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, handed the Declaration on Jurisdictional Immunities of State Owned Cultural Property signed by Mr Timo SOINI, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Finland, on the occasion of the 52nd meeting of the CAHDI held in Brussels on 15-16 September 2016.
meeting of the CAHDI (Strasbourg, 25-26 March 2013), the delegation of the Czech Republic, supported by the delegations of Austria and of the Netherlands, presented an initiative aimed at elaborating a Declaration in support of the recognition of the customary nature of the pertinent provisions of the meeting of the CAHDI (Strasbourg, 16-17 September 2013).
On this occasion, it was recalled that this Declaration had been elaborated as a legally non-binding document expressing a common understanding on on the basic rule that certain kind of State property (cultural property on exhibition) enjoyed jurisdictional immunity.
The Declaration was jointly signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and the Federal Minister for European and International Affairs of Austria in Brussels on 18 November 2013 and opened for signature by other States.
To date, the Declaration has been signed, in addition to Austria and the Czech Republic by: Several other states are expected to sign the Declaration in the near future.
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