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Convention relative to the laying of automatic submarine contact mines

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Print this part Treaty Data TitleConvention relative to the laying of automatic submarine contact mines Number 003323 Date of conclusion October 18, 1907 Place of conclusion 's-Gravenhage Entry into force January 26, 1910 Treaty Series 1966-285 , 1981-103 , 1910-73 Bulletin of Acts and Decrees 1909, 235

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Print this part Kingdom CountryProvisional applicationEntry into forceTermination The Netherlands - in Europe January 26, 1910 - Bonaire October 10, 2010 - Sint Eustatius October 10, 2010 - Saba October 10, 2010 Aruba January 1, 1986 Curaçao October 10, 2010 Sint Maarten October 10, 2010

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Print this part Parties PartySignatureRatificationTypeEntry into forceReservation / declarationObjectionsTerminationArgentina October 18, 1907 No No Austria November 12, 1918 VG November 12, 1918 No No Austria/Hungary October 18, 1907 November 27, 1909 R January 26, 1910 No No Belgium October 18, 1907 August 8, 1910 R October 7, 1910 No No Bolivia October 18, 1907 No No Brazil October 18, 1907 January 5, 1914 R March 6, 1914 No No Bulgaria October 18, 1907 No No Chile October 18, 1907 No No China May 10, 1917 T July 9, 1917 No No Colombia October 18, 1907 No No Cuba October 18, 1907 No No Denmark October 18, 1907 November 27, 1909 R January 26, 1910 No No Dominican Republic October 18, 1907 Yes No Ecuador October 18, 1907 No No El Salvador October 18, 1907 November 27, 1909 R January 26, 1910 No No Ethiopia May 31, 1935 T October 4, 1935 No No Fiji April 2, 1973 VG October 10, 1970 No No Finland April 10, 1922 T June 9, 1922 No No France October 18, 1907 October 7, 1910 R December 6, 1910 Yes No Germany October 18, 1907 November 27, 1909 R January 26, 1910 Yes No Greece October 18, 1907 No No Guatemala October 18, 1907 March 15, 1911 R May 14, 1911 No No Haïti October 18, 1907 February 2, 1910 R April 3, 1910 No No Hungary November 16, 1918 VG November 16, 1918 No No Iceland December 8, 1955 VG June 17, 1944 No No India July 29, 1950 VG August 15, 1947 No No Iran October 18, 1907 No No Italy October 18, 1907 No No Japan October 18, 1907 December 13, 1911 R February 11, 1912 No No Laos July 18, 1955 VG July 18, 1955 No No Liberia February 4, 1914 T April 5, 1914 No No Luxembourg October 18, 1907 September 5, 1912 R November 4, 1912 No No Mexico October 18, 1907 November 27, 1909 R January 26, 1910 No No Netherlands, the Kingdom of the October 18, 1907 November 27, 1909 R January 26, 1910 Yes No Nicaragua December 16, 1909 T February 14, 1910 No No Norway October 18, 1907 September 19, 1910 R November 18, 1910 No No Pakistan August 5, 1950 VG August 15, 1947 No No Panama October 18, 1907 September 11, 1911 R November 10, 1911 No No Paraguay October 18, 1907 No No Peru October 18, 1907 No No Romania October 18, 1907 March 1, 1912 R April 30, 1912 No No South Africa March 10, 1978 VG May 31, 1910 No No Switzerland October 18, 1907 May 12, 1910 R July 11, 1910 No No Thailand October 18, 1907 March 12, 1910 R May 11, 1910 Yes No Turkey October 18, 1907 Yes No United Kingdom October 18, 1907 November 27, 1909 R January 26, 1910 Yes No United States of America October 18, 1907 November 27, 1909 R January 26, 1910 No No Uruguay October 18, 1907 No No Venezuela October 18, 1907 No No

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Print this part Reservation, declarations and objections Dominican RepublicOctober 18, 1907Subject to a reservation to the first paragraph of the first Article. Reservation, declarations and objections FranceOctober 7, 1910Subject to a reservation to Article 2. Reservation, declarations and objections GermanyNovember 27, 1909Subject to a reservation to Article 2. Reservation, declarations and objections Netherlands, the Kingdom of theJanuary 13, 1986On 1 January 1986 the island of Aruba, which was a part of the Netherlands Antilles, has obtained internal autonomy as a country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Consequently, the Kingdom consists of three countries, namely the Netherlands (the European part of the Kingdom), the Netherlands Antilles (without Aruba) and Aruba.
As the changes of 1 January 1986 concern a shift only in the internal constitutional relations within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the Kingdom as such will remain the subject of international law with which treaties are concluded, the said changes will have no consequences regarding this Convention, concluded by the Kingdom, which was applicable to the Netherlands Antilles, included Aruba. This Convention remains in force for the Netherlands (European part), the Netherlands Antilles and for Aruba in its new capacity of country within the Kingdom. Reservation, declarations and objections Netherlands, the Kingdom of theOctober 18, 2010The Kingdom of the Netherlands consisted of three parts: the Netherlands, the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba. The Netherlands Antilles consisted of the islands of Curaçao, Sint Maarten, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba.
With effect from 10 October 2010, the Netherlands Antilles ceased to exist as a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Since that date, the Kingdom consists of four parts: the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten. Curaçao and Sint Maarten enjoy internal self-government within the Kingdom, as Aruba and, up to 10 October 2010, the Netherlands Antilles do.
These changes constitute a modification of the internal constitutional relations within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Kingdom of the Netherlands will accordingly remain the subject of international law with which agreements are concluded. The modification of the structure of the Kingdom will therefore not affect the validity of the international agreements ratified by the Kingdom for the Netherlands Antilles. These agreements, including any reservations made, will continue to apply to Curaçao and Sint Maarten.
The other islands that have formed part of the Netherlands Antilles - Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba - became part of the Netherlands, thus constituting 'the Caribbean part of the Netherlands'. The agreements that applied to the Netherlands Antilles will also continue to apply to these islands; however, the Government of the Netherlands will now be responsible for implementing these agreements. Reservation, declarations and objections ThailandMarch 12, 1910Subject to a reservation to Article 1, paragraph 1. Reservation, declarations and objections TurkeyOctober 18, 1907Subject to the reservations expressed in the declarations noted in the minutes of the eighth plenary session of the Conference of 9 October 1907:
a) The Imperial Ottoman delegation cannot at the present time undertake any engagement whatever for improvements that are not yet universally known.
b) The Imperial Ottoman delegation believes that it should declare that, given the exceptional situation created by treaties in force concerning the straits of the Dardanelles and the Bosphorus, straits which are an integral part of its territory, the Imperial Government could not in any way subscribe to any undertaking tending to limit the means of defence that it may deem necessary to employ for these straits in case of war, or with the aim of ensuring that its neutrality is respected.
c) The Imperial Ottoman delegation cannot at the present time take part in any engagement as regards the conversion mentioned in article 6. Reservation, declarations and objections United KingdomNovember 27, 1909Subject to the reservation expressed in the following declaration:
In affixing their signatures to the present Convention, the British plenipotentiaries declare that the mere fact that this Convention does not prohibit a particular act or procedure must not be held to deprive His Britannic Majesty's Government of the right to contest the legality of such act or procedure.

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