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Legal instruments in the field of transport

Protocol to the Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR)
Geneva, 5 July 1978
Entry into force: 28 December 1980, in accordance with article 4 (1).
Registration: 28 December 1980, No. 19487.
Status: Signatories: 6, Parties: 43.
Text: United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 1208, p. 427. 
   
Note: The Protocol was adopted by the Inland Transport Committee of the Economic Commission for Europe at its thirty-eighth (special) session held at Geneva on 5 July 1978. The Protocol is open for signature at Geneva from 1 September 1978 to 31 August 1979.
Participant
Signature  
Ratification, Accession (a)
Albania 
12 Jan 2007 a 
Armenia 
9 Jun 2006 a 
Austria 
19 Feb 1981 a 
Belarus
29 Jul 2008 a 
Belgium 
6 Jun 1983 a 
Cyprus 
2 Jul 2003 a 
Czech Republic 
29 Jun 2006 a 
Denmark 
23 Aug 1979 
20 May 1980 
Estonia 
17 Dec 1993 a 
Finland 
17 Aug 1979 
15 May 1980 
France 
14 Apr 1982 a 
Georgia 
4 Aug 1999 a 
Germany
1 Nov 1978 
29 Sep 1980 
Greece 
16 May 1985 a 
Hungary 
18 Jun 1990 a 
Iran (Islamic Republic of) 
17 Sep 1998 a 
Ireland 
31 Jan 1991 a 
Italy 
17 Sep 1982 a 
Jordan 
13 Nov 2008 a 
Kyrgyzstan 
2 Apr 1998 a 
Latvia 
14 Jan 1994 a 
Lebanon 
22 Mar 2006 a 
Lithuania 
17 Mar 1993 a 
Luxembourg 
30 Mar 1979 
1 Aug 1980 
Malta
21 Dec 2007 a
Moldova 
31 May 2007 a 
Netherlands
28 Jan 1986 a 
Norway 
31 Aug 1984 a 
Poland
23 November 2010 a
Portugal 
22 Aug 1979 a 
Romania 
28 Aug 1979 
4 May 1981 
Russian Federation 3 Feb 2016 a
Slovakia
20 Feb 2008 a 
Slovenia 21 Nov 2013 a
Spain 
11 Oct 1982 a 
Sweden 
30 Apr 1985 a 
Switzerland 
10 Oct 1983 a 
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 
20 Jun 1997 a 
Tunisia 
24 Jan 1994 a 
Turkey 
2 Aug 1995 a 
Turkmenistan 
18 Sep 1996 a 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
25 Sep 1978 
5 Oct 1979 
Uzbekistan 
27 Nov 1996 a 

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