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Convention relating to the Distribution of Programme-Carrying Signals Transmitted by Satellite. Brussels, 21 May 1974.1

States Group Date of deposit of instrument Type of instrument
 Bosnia and HerzegovinaII12/01/1994Notification of succession
 Costa RicaIII25/03/1999Accession
 CroatiaII26/07/1993Notification of succession
 El SalvadorIII22/04/2008Accession
 MontenegroII23/10/2006Notification of succession
 Republic of KoreaIV31/12/2011Accession
 Republic of MoldovaII28/07/2008Accession
 Russian FederationII20/10/1988Accession
 SerbiaII12/03/2001Notification of succession
 SloveniaII03/11/1992Notification of succession
 The former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaII02/09/1997Notification of succession
 Trinidad and TobagoIII01/08/1996Accession
 United States of AmericaI07/12/1984Ratification
 Viet NamIV12/10/2005Accession

1The United Nations is the depositary for this Convention. The Convention entered into force on 25 August 1979. It subsequently entered into force for each State three months after the date of deposit of that State’s instrument, except in cases of notifications of succession, where the entry into force occurred on the date on which the State assumed responsibility for conducting its international relations.


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