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  • Some people argued that it would go against the UN biological weapons convention and treaties.
  • New conventions and treaties on the rules of war have since been developed and widely accepted.
  • Apart from local conservation efforts, PNG is also a signatory to international conventions and treaties.
  • As nations sign and ratify conventions and treaties they must adapt their domestic laws to their new commitments.
  • Governments may sign International Conventions and Treaties; but these normally become binding only when they are ratified.
  • Parcel-post service between the USA and other countries grew with the signing of successive postal conventions and treaties.
  • It is in serious violation of the many international conventions and treaties on human rights that it has signed and ratified.
  • The Government of the Federal Republic of Ethiopia is signatory to various international conventions and treaties that protect the rights of women and children.
  • An intellectual property right is a legal concept, with terms defined in a series of international conventions and treaties and under national law.
  • But I think that in the longer-run, multilateral institutions have to take it up and work out more things in terms of conventions and treaties to cover this area.
  • To this end, Fedasil intends to observe Belgium's international commitments, such as the conventions and treaties concerning human rights and European Directives with regard to reception and asylum . 
  • These were the first pieces of international law to " explicitly set sexual equality as a principle to be incorporated into national legislation " which was required of countries ratifying the convention and treaty.
  • Long criticized by outside governments and organizations over its treatment of women and non-Muslims, it also signed a number of human rights conventions and treaties that oblige it to follow international norms.
  • On 1 April 2014, the Palestinians submitted official requests to join 15 UN conventions and treaties, when Israel refused to abide its commitment to release a batch of prisoners as a condition for peace talks.
  • Since the 1980s he has served as an international law representative of the People's Republic of China through various important international conventions and treaties, including the Sino-British negotiations on the status of Hong Kong.
  • The final report of the Sub-Commission ( 1997 ) invoked numerous legal conventions and treaties to support the position that population transfers contravene international law unless they have the consent of both the moved population and the host population.
  • In the United States, the Coast Guard, under the authority of various federal laws, regulations, and international conventions and treaties, the Officer in Charge Marine Inspections is responsible for the inspection of U . S . flag vessels to ensure compliance operating throughout the world.
  • China's U . N . Ambassador Wang Guangya said the resolution " fills the gap " at the moment, " but I think that in the longer-run, multilateral institutions have to take it up and work out more things in terms of conventions and treaties to cover this area ."