Vienna Agreement Between India And Pakistan

The 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations is an international treaty that establishes a framework for diplomatic relations between independent countries. It establishes the privileges of a diplomatic mission that allows diplomats to carry out their duties without fear of coercion or harassment by the host country. This is the legal basis for diplomatic immunity. His articles are considered the cornerstone of modern international relations. Since October 2018, it has been ratified by 192 states. [1] However, the meeting scheduled for 2 August did not take place due to differences between India and Pakistan over the conditions of consular access to Jadhav. In the year the treaty was adopted, two amending protocols were added. Countries can ratify the main treaty without necessarily ratifying these optional agreements. Yusuf also stated that a bilateral consular access agreement signed in 2008 between India and Pakistan could not rule out the applicability of the Vienna Convention in the case of Jadhav. “In accordance with its previous jurisprudence in other cases dealing with violations of the Vienna Convention, the Court found that the appropriate remedy was an effective review and review of Mr.

Jadhav`s conviction and conviction,” he added. He added that another interesting legal issue to be addressed by the court was whether a bilateral consular access agreement between the two parties, India and Pakistan, in 2008 could be interpreted as an exclusion from the applicability of the Vienna Convention. Throughout the history of sovereign states, diplomats have enjoyed special status. Their function of negotiating agreements between states requires certain special privileges. An emissary from another nation is traditionally treated as a guest, his communication with his homeland is considered confidential and his freedom of coercion and submission by the host country is considered essential. Specifically, the Tribunal found that under the Vienna Convention, the contracting parties could only enter into bilateral agreements confirming, supplementing, supplementing or supplementing the provisions of that instrument. After reviewing the 2008 agreement, the Tribunal concluded that it could not be understood that in the event of arrest, detention or conviction for political or security reasons, it could not be denied consular access and that it did not supersede the obligations under Article 36 of the Vienna Convention. . . . File photo of ICJ President Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf delivers the verdict in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case – via ICJ website.

. Yusuf touched on several aspects of the Court`s decision in the Jadhav case when he presented his report to the General Assembly . . . . In light of the particular circumstances of the Jadhav case, the Tribunal found that Pakistan`s notification, approximately three weeks after Mr. Jadhav`s arrest, constituted a violation of its duty to immediately inform the consular representation of India, as required by the provisions of the Vienna Convention. Press confidence in India | Last updated November 14, 2019 at 8:33 p.m. The indexes reached new highs last week; Economic operators should remain vigilant, while the Court has left the choice of means to carry out an effective review and review of Pakistan, he noted, noting that an effective review and review presupposes the existence of an appropriate procedure for this purpose, and found that this is normally an appropriate judicial procedure for this purpose.