Asean China Air Transport Agreement Protocol 2

Thus, Article 21 (dispute settlement) of the 2010 agreement between the governments of the Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Government of the People`s Republic of China applies: “In the event of a dispute between the parties, the aviation authorities of the parties concerned endeavour to resolve the dispute by consultation. In the absence of an agreement, it will be settled through diplomatic channels. In accordance with Article 1, paragraph 3, and Appendix III of the 2010 agreement between the governments of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Government of the People`s Republic of China, this protocol is one of the “enforcement protocols that are an integral part” of the first. . 2.4. This protocol comes into effect on the day of the filing of: (a) written notification from China to the custodian; and (b) written submissions from at least two ASEAN Member States, as of the later date, and only enter into force among the contracting parties that have filed their written notifications. For each of the contracting parties filing their written notifications after the protocol comes into force, the protocol for that part comes into effect on the date of filing its written notification.” Table of ASEAN Transport Instruments and State of Ratification (status as of 1 July 2019) 2014 AC-ATA/ASEAN-China Open Skies Agreement (OSA) Protocol 2 2010 Air Services Agreement between the governments of the Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Government of the People`s Republic of China “2.3. Each party completes its internal judicial procedures necessary for this protocol to enter into force. At the end of its internal legal procedures, each party informs in writing the custodian who immediately informs each part of this deposit. Protocol 2 on the fifth freedom of movement between the contracting parties.