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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Hamas Movement said that the US administration's decision to withdraw from the Vienna protocol on dispute resolution reflected its political isolation.
The 5+2 meeting, supported by our partners, the Russian Federation, Ukraine, the EU and the United States, will provide an excellent opportunity to take stock of the implementation of the November agreements, to discuss the finalization of the remaining deliverables of the 5+2 Vienna Protocol and to think about new initiatives to deepen the trust between the Sides further, thereby advancing the settlement process, Azzoni said.
He said the countries had banned Syrians from going to embassies, which he said is in violation of the Vienna Protocol on Diplomatic Relations.
Currie studies in detail the provisions of the International Atomic Energy Association's Vienna Convention of 1963 and the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development's Paris Convention on Third Party Liability in the Field of Nuclear Energy of 1960, which was strengthened by the Brussels Supplementary Convention in 1963; the 1988 Joint Protocol Relating to the Vienna and Paris Conventions; the 1997 Vienna Protocol amending the 1963 Vienna Convention; the 1997 Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage; and the 2004 Paris Protocol.
The so-called licence plate agreement together with two other outstanding commitments from the 5+2 Vienna Protocol and the five agreements signed between the Sides in November 2017 in Chisinau and Bender form the package of eight, the priorities identified by the Sides in the spring of 2017.
In that vein, the Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office for the Transdniestrian Settlement Process Franco Frattini urged the Sides during his visit in March to meet their 5+2 Vienna Protocol commitments, a message reinforced in the Head of Missions shuttle diplomacy.
The 1997 Vienna Protocol introduces a poorly defined exception for military installations.
The 1997 Vienna Protocol does explicitly extend the geographical coverage of damage covered, covering damage 'wherever suffered', but leaves jurisdiction in the Installation State; and while it extends the definition of damage, it leaves much discretion to the laws of the Installation State.
The 1997 Vienna Protocol does introduce preventive measures, but if nuclear damage has not yet occurred, these measures can only be taken where there is a 'grave and imminent threat'.
In 1997, the Vienna Protocol (7) and the Convention on Supplementary Convention (CSC) (8) featured increased limits and introduced a somewhat broader, but still limited, definition of nuclear damage to include preventive steps and environmental reinstatement (9) and made some other changes, such as allowing compensation to residents of non-Contracting Parties.
(33) It can thus be seen that even the new limits in the 1997 Vienna Protocol and 2005 Paris Protocol may well fall far short of actual damage suffered.
A COMPARISON OF THE 1997 VIENNA PROTOCOL WITH THE 1963 CONVENTION
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