Type

Accession**

Some  Contracting States raised an objection to the accession of Mongolia before 1 November 2009, namely Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany and Greece, whose declarations are given below. Therefore, the Convention will not enter into force between Mongolia and the above-mentioned Contracting States.

OBJECTIONS

Austria, 18-09-2009
...with reference to Article 12, paragraph 2, of the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents of 5 October 1961, the Republic of Austria raises an objection to the accession of Mongolia to the said convention.

Belgium, 21-10-2009
(Translation)
The Embassy hereby wishes to raise an objection to the accession of Mongolia to the mentioned Convention, in accordance with Article 12, second paragraph.

Finland, 28-10-2009
Pursuant to Article 12, second paragraph, of that Convention Finland hereby objects to the accession of Mongolia. Consequently, pursuant to Article 12, third paragraph, the Convention shall not enter into force between Mongolia and Finland.

Germany, 22-10-2009
(Translation)
Mongolia has declared its accession on 2 April 2009 to the Hague Convention abolishing the requirement of legalisation for foreign public documents of 5 October 1961.
The Federal Republic of Germany hereby raises an objection to the accession of Mongolia with reference to Article 12, second paragraph, of the Convention.

Greece, 30-10-2009
...in accordance with Article 12, paragraph 2 of the Hague Convention abolishing the requirement of legalisation for foreign public documents of 1961, the Government of the Hellenic Republic hereby raises an objection to the accession of Mongolia to the above mentioned Convention.