Un Us Headquarters Agreement

This Agreement shall be brought into force by the exchange of notes between the Secretary-General, duly authorized by a resolution of the General Assembly of the United Nations, and the competent executive agent of the United States, duly authorized in accordance with appropriate measures of Congress. The Secretary-General and the competent authorities of the United States shall, at the request of one of them, consult the arrangements for facilitating the entry into the United States and the use of available means of transportation by foreign persons wishing to travel to the district and not benefiting from the rights referred to in this article. ABS. 6. The Agreement shall not be interpreted in such a way as to reduce, reduce or weaken, in any way, the right of the United States to ensure its own security and to fully control the entry of aliens into a territory other than the registered office and its immediate vicinity, as provided for in a supplementary agreement between the United States Government and the United Nations, in accordance with paragraph e of Section 13 of this Convention. Agreements and areas reasonably necessary to be crossed in transit between the same country and abroad. In addition, nothing in Section 14 of the Agreement shall be construed with respect to the facilitation of entry into the United States by persons wishing to travel to the main district and who do not have the right of entry provided for in Section 11 of the Agreement, to otherwise amend or suspend united States immigration legislation or to require the United States to: an amendment or suspension of these Acts. (5) other radio equipment which may be established by a supplementary agreement between the United Nations and the competent US authorities. (a) Any dispute between the United Nations and the United States concerning the interpretation or application of this Agreement or a supplementary agreement that is not settled by negotiations or any other form of settlement agreed upon shall be submitted for final decision to a tribunal composed of three arbitrators, one of whom shall be appointed by the Secretary-General and the other appointed by the Secretary of State of the United States. and the third, who will be elected by both or, if they do not reach agreement on a third, by the President of the International Court of Justice.

The General Assembly adopted, on 14 December 1946, it decided that, until the entry into force of the above-mentioned agreement, “the Secretary-General shall be authorized to negotiate and conclude agreements with the competent authorities of the United States of America for the purpose of determining provisionally the privileges, immunities and facilities necessary within the framework of the temporary seat of the United Nations”. the City of New York or the State of New York, or any of its agencies or subdivisions located within the district, may carry out underground construction only after consultation with the Secretary-General and under conditions that do not interfere with the exercise of the functions of the United Nations. The competent United States authorities shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the United Nations is not dispossessed of its property in the district, unless provided for in Section 22 if the United Nations no longer uses it, provided that the United Nations reimburses the costs incurred to the competent United States authorities; After consultation with the United Nations, liquidation through materiality proceedings or any other claim. The competent U.S. authorities shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that the amenities of the headquarters are not affected and that the purposes for which the district is required are not hindered by the use of the country in the vicinity of the district. . . .