Host Country Agreement Francais

The Honourable Mia Amor Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados, and Mr. Mukhisa Kituyi, Secretary-General of UNCTAD, want to sign the Host Country Agreement for UNCTAD`s 15th quadrennial conference, set to take place in Barbados in 2021. . The ceremony will be held virtually through WebEx and streamed live on Facebook. The PCA and the country of the head office cooperate to ensure that arbitrators, PCA staff and parties to the proceedings (.B e.g. lawyers, agents and witnesses) can carry out their duties under the same conditions as those guaranteed by the headquarters agreement between the PCA and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The headquarters agreement provides, inter alia, that the country shall provide the headquarters for the facilities and services necessary for the procedures managed by the PCA (e.g. B working and meeting facilities and secretarial services). It also governs the privileges and immunities granted by the country of residence to arbitrators and participants in proceedings administered by the PCA (such as certain tax exemptions and immunity, under certain conditions, from prosecution of the oral or written statements of such persons). The CPA and the country of the head office may also set up a CPA centre on the territory of the country of the head office.

Search results: 189. Exactly: 189. Elapsed time: 135 ms. . The quadrennial conference is UNCTAD`s high-level decision-making body, at a time when member states are in a hurry and global policy responses. The headquarters agreement allows the parties to the dispute located in or near the host country to fully benefit from the flexibility and efficiency of the procedures managed by the PCA in the country of the headquarters. There is some issue in accessing document path, Please contact to Site Admin Frequent abbreviations: 1-400, 401-800, 801-1200, Plus Other benefits of a headquarters agreement for the country of residence, neighboring states and parties to the dispute are:. . .

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