Examples of Diplomatic Conference in a sentence
This Convention shall be open for signature in Cape Town on 16 November 2001 by States participating in the Diplomatic Conference to Adopt a Mobile Equipment Convention and an Aircraft Protocol held at Cape Town from 29 October to 16 November 2001.
This Protocol shall be open for signature in Cape Town on 16 November 2001 by States participating in the Diplomatic Conference to Adopt a Mobile Equipment Convention and an Aircraft Protocol held at Cape Town from 29 October to 16 November 2001.
The Supervisory Authority shall be the international entity designated by a Resolution adopted by the Diplomatic Conference to Adopt a Mobile Equipment Convention and an Aircraft Protocol.
The Lorentz length contraction takes into account the kinematic aspects of the post-Newtonian transformation and depends on the relative velocity of motion of the local coordinates with respect to the global coordinates.
Later, the wording was amended, again at the suggestion of the Swiss delegation, such that the words “as such” referred to discoveries only, as any mathematical method and scientific theory would already be excluded from patentability as “intellectual activity” (“discoveries as such and scientific theories and mathematical methods”).214 It was in this form that the exclusions from patentability were presented to the Munich Diplomatic Conference.
The Munich Diplomatic Conference on the establishment of a European System for the Grant of Patents (September 10th to October 9th 1973) amended the hitherto proposed text only in individual details, although these are very important today.
For details on the establishment of the first relief societies and the Diplomatic Conference see ICRC (n 48); Hutchinson (n 42) 31-58; Moorehead (n 42) 38-50.
The Diplomatic Conference reached an impasse on that subject and, before the French delegation put forward a new proposal, an agreement on the adoption of rules applicable to non-international armed conflicts seemed unachievable.
The Commentaries to the First, Third and Fourth Geneva Conventions explain that the delegations at the Diplomatic Conference leading to the adoption of the Conventions understood that:Any difference arising between two States and leading to the intervention of armed forces is an armed conflict within the meaning of Article 2, even if one of the Parties denies the existence of a state of war.
It shall be open until June 30, 1962, for signature by any State invited to the Diplomatic Conference on the International Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organisations which is a party to the Universal Copyright Convention or a member of the International Union for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works.