Asean Privileges And Immunities Agreement

(a) AMRO uses information provided by members in accordance with Article 4 appropriately; (b) AMRO may consult annually with any member (“annual consultation visits”) on matters that may be relevant to AMRO`s purposes and functions under this agreement; (c) AMRO establishes, independently and without undue influence of a member, the reports it deems desirable in the performance of its objectives and tasks and communicates its opinions, informally and confidentially, to any member on all matters arising from this agreement and which might affect him; (d) AMRO publishes reports that it deems desirable for the achievement of its objectives and tasks under Article 8, paragraph 2, point f); and (e) AMRO may, as part of this agreement, cooperate and enter into agreements with members, international organizations or institutions in related areas. No member is liable, because of his status or participation in AMRO, for the acts, omissions or obligations of AMRO arising from these agreements. The legal status, privileges, immunities and immunities defined in this agreement are recognized at AMRO on the territory of each member in order to enable AMRO to perform its functions effectively. 6) Official correspondence and other official COMMUNICATIONs of AMRO are not censored. This article should not be construed as excluding the adoption of appropriate security measures, which must be defined by mutual agreement between a member and AMRO. 1) Each member takes the necessary steps to take into account, on his territory, the legal situation, privileges, immunities and facilities of the staff of AMRO and AMRO, referred to in Articles 17, 18 and 19, and informs AMRO of the measures taken to this effect. 2) Notwithstanding the other provisions of this agreement, the status, privileges, immunities, exemptions and organizations provided by this agreement may be granted to AMRO and AMRO staff to the extent that each member`s laws and regulations permit. Nevertheless, the privileges, immunities and facilities covered by Sections 18 and 19 for the basic needs defined by the Executive Committee are respected by these members. 2) The Executive Committee may waive, to the extent and conditions, one of the immunities granted under this chapter to Members and their substitutes, members of the advisory committee and the Director.

3) In the event of a dispute between AMRO and a government that is no longer a member, or between AMRO and a member after the termination of its duties, this dispute is referred to an arbitral tribunal of three arbitrators, one of whom has been appointed by AMRO, another by a former member or the government concerned, and the third, unless: , the parties concerned agree , by the President of the International Court of Justice or by another authority that could have been made mandatory by the regulations adopted by the Executive Committee.

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