Un Headquarters Agreement Section 11

(d) The price to be paid for each transport under this section is, at the conclusion of the contract, the fair value of the land, buildings and investments, which must be determined according to the procedure set out in Section 21. 18. The UN Legal Adviser stated that the organization was a matter of respect for international law. The seat agreement was a binding international instrument which the Secretary-General and the General Assembly felt had failed the United States to make the commitments made by the legislation in question. In Section 21 of the agreement, the procedure was set in the event of a dispute over the interpretation or application of the agreement, and the United Nations all intended to defend their rights under that agreement. He therefore insisted that if the PLO`s compliance mission were not to be exempted from the application of the law, the section 21 procedure would be conducted and that technical discussions on the creation of an arbitral tribunal should also take place without delay. The United States has accepted such discussions, but only on an informal basis. Technical discussions began on January 28, 1988. Topics covered included the cost of arbitration, its location, its secretariat, languages, internal regulation and the form of compromises between the two parties (points 7 to 8). 2. a point-to-point circuit between the headquarters and the United Nations Office in Geneva (with unilateral devices) intended exclusively for the exchange of radio and inter-agency communications programmes; p. 4.

All States, or to the extent that they are not inconsistent with state law, are authorized to enter into agreements with or between the United Nations in accordance with the agreement and to facilitate compliance with the agreement: provided that a representative of the United States: , appointed by the Secretary of State, at the discretion of the Secretary of State , and that such an agreement, concluded by these states or states or political subdivisions, must be approved by the Secretary of State. (3) low power, microwave or medium frequency, communication devices only inside headquarters or other buildings that may be used temporarily by the United Nations; (a) the competent US authorities exercise, to the extent required by the Secretary-General, the powers they have in relation to the provision of public services, in order to ensure that the headquarters is provided under appropriate conditions of the necessary public services, including electricity, water, gas, the post office, the telephone, the telegraph, transport, the drainage, the removal of household waste. , fire protection, snow removal, etc.

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