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Contracting Parties
Legal instruments in the field of transport

European Agreement on Important International Combined Transport Lines and Related Installations (AGTC)

                                                                   Geneva, 1 February 1991

 

Entry into force:

20 October 1993, in accordance with article 10 (1).

Registration:

20 October 1993, No. 30382.

Status:

Signatories: 19 ,Parties: 32.

Text:

United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 1746, p. 3; C.N.345.1997.TREATIES-2 of 16 September 1997 (amendments to annexes I, II, III and IV); C.N.983.2000.TREATIES-2 of 2 November 2000 (amendments to annexes I and II); C.N.877.2001.TREATIES-2 of 18 September 2001 (amendments to annexes I and II); C.N.749.2003.TREATIES-1 of 16 July 2003 (proposal of amendments to annexes I and II) and C.N.C.N.39.2004.TREATIES-1 of 19 January 2004 (acceptance); C.N.724.2004.TREATIES-1 of 6 July 2004 (proposal of amendments to annexes I and II) and C.N.6.2005.TREATIES-1 of 7 January 2005 (acceptance of amendments to annexes I and II); C.N.646.2005.TREATIES-1 of 19 August 2005 (proposal of amendments to annexes I and II); C.N.153.2006.TREATIES-1 of 20 February 2006 (acceptance of amendments to annexes I and II)

 

 

Note: The Agreement was adopted by the Inland Transport Committee of the Economic Commission for Europe at its Fifty-third session held at Geneva from 28 January to 1 February 1991. The Agreement was open for signature at the Office of the United Nations at Geneva from 1 April 1991 to 31 March 1992.

 

Participant

Signature  

Ratification, Acceptance (A), Approval (AA), Accession (a), Succession (d) 

Albania 

21 May 2008 a 

Austria 

30 Oct 1991 

22 Jul 1993 

Belarus 

5 Mar 1997 a 

Belgium 

30 Oct 1991 

6 Aug 1999 

Bulgaria 

30 Oct 1991 

10 Aug 1994 

Croatia 

24 Jul 1995 a 

Czech Republic

28 May 1993

22 Aug 1994 AA 

Denmark 

30 Oct 1991 

9 Jan 1992 A 

Finland 

30 Oct 1991 

France 

16 Apr 1991 

28 May 1992 AA 

Georgia 

30 Nov 1998 a 

Germany 

16 Apr 1991 

30 Jul 1992 

Greece 

30 Oct 1991 

26 Apr 1995 

Hungary 

30 Oct 1991 

4 Feb 1994 AA 

Italy 

30 Oct 1991 

12 Jan 1996 

Kazakhstan 

11 Jul 2002 a 

Latvia 

1 Mar 2007 a 

Lithuania 

8 February 2008 a 

Luxembourg 

30 Oct 1991 

13 Jul 1994 

Moldova 

10 Oct 2002 a 

Montenegro

23 Oct 2006 d 

Netherlands

30 Oct 1991 

13 May 1992 A 

Norway 

30 Mar 1992 

30 Apr 1992 A 

Poland 

27 Mar 1992 

22 Mar 2002 A 

Portugal 

5 Jan 1996 a 

Romania 

30 Oct 1991 

21 May 1993 

Russian Federation 

29 Jun 1994 a 

Serbia 

6 Oct 2005 a 

Slovakia

28 May 1993

16 Aug 1994 AA 

Slovenia 

1 Nov 1994 a 

Switzerland 

31 Oct 1991 

11 Feb 1993 

Turkey 

13 Jan 1992 

4 Sep 1996 

Ukraine 

23 Dec 2005 a 

 

For additional information, including reservations, declarations and notes, please visit the UN Treaty Website: STATUS OF THE UNITED NATIONS AGREEMENTS AND CONVENTIONS


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