The final clause of a multilateral agreement should be formulated as follows: “This agreement is valid until (…) (a) for the transport of the contracting parties of the Association Agreement who have signed this agreement. If it is revoked by one of the signatories by then, it remains valid until the aforementioned date only for the transport on the territory of the contracting parties of the ACCORD who have signed this agreement and who have not revoked it. (date …) (b) The competent authority for the ADR of … (Signature) « . « Carriage is agreed under the multilateral M180 agreement. This multilateral agreement enters into force on the date it was signed by one of the parties. The agreement applies to transport between the contracting parties who have signed this agreement on their territory until 1 June 2011, provided that it has not been revoked earlier by at least one of the parties; in this case, it applies only to transport between the contracting parties of REL who signed this agreement but have not revoked it. on their territory until that date. 2.
The country that was initiated enters the number in the title of the draft agreement (e.g. B “multilateral agreement ATP 02”) and offers it by e-mail to other parties to the ATP. an expiration date of the multilateral agreement that the initiated country must indicate in its final version, which it transmits to the secretariat and other parties. 3. As soon as the initiating country has agreed with interested parties on the final version of the terms of the multilateral agreement, it communicates its signed copy to the secretariat and transmits unsigned copies to the ATP. The list of multilateral agreements expired between 2007 and December 1, 2020. If a country has signed a multilateral agreement with reservations about its application, these reservations must be explicitly mentioned in the copy it sends to the secretariat. (7) The final clause of a multilateral agreement must be formulated as follows: procedure for establishing multilateral agreements in accordance with Article 7 of the ATP (this procedure applies when the secretariat has received the names of the competent authorities for the signing of multilateral agreements on behalf of the ATP parties) 1. The initiated country contacts the secretariat and informs it of its intention to launch a multilateral agreement, the project of which it sends by e-mail. The secretariat assigns the agreement a number that it communicates to the initiating country.
6. Any party that revokes an agreement immediately informs the secretariat. View letter and agreement in English (newly issued), in Spanish . M85 Use of Scandinavian languages in transport documents By derogation from the provisions of item 22.214.171.124 (container authorization), 126.96.36.199 (initial inspection), 188.8.131.52 (periodic inspection) and 184.108.40.206 (container marking) of ADR, Gases and liquids in Tables 220.127.116.11 (P200) can be transported from the intermediate storage location to end consumers in pressurized containers imported under the guise of 18.104.22.168 and approved by DOT. , under the following conditions: 4. Each signatory country sends its signed copy to the Secretariat by e-mail. 5. As soon as the secretariat receives the copy signed by a second signatory, the agreement is registered on the EEC-UN website and is implemented (for the signatory countries).