South Africa accepts Hague Conference Statute

25 Junho 2003

Ceremony at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague

On Thursday, 14 February 2002, South Africa, after having been admitted as a new Member State, accepted the Statute of the Hague Conference and has thus become the 59th Member State of the Organisation. South Africa was already a Party to the Hague Conventions on the form of wills, on legalisation, on obtaining of evidence abroad, and on child abduction.