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Tools: Europe Region Convention (1979) Participating Member States

Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees Concerning Higher Education in the States belonging to the Europe Region

Adopted at Paris, 21 December 1979 (UN Treaty Series No. 20966)

State of Ratification (R), Acceptance (A), Approvals (Ap), Signature without reservation as to ratification (S), Accessions (a) and Notifications of Succession (d)

State Date of deposit of instrument
Armenia
05.09.93 (d)
Azerbaijan
29.11.94 (a)
Australia
06.08.86 (R)
Austria
25.03.86 (R)
Belgium
24.09.86 (R)
Bulgaria
22.04.81(R)
Belarus
03.03.82 (R)
Bosnia-Herzegovina
12.07.93 (d)
Croatia
06.07.92 (d)
Canada 06.03.90 (R)
Cyprus
19.03.85 (R)
Czech Republic
26.03.93 (d)
Denmark
09.12.82 (R)
Finland
19.01.82 (R)
Georgia
04.11.92 (d)
Germany
08.12.94 (R)
France
28.07.89 (R)
Holy See
10.06.82 (R)
Hungary
14.09.82 (R)
Israel
13.08.81 (R)
Italy 20.01.83 (R)
Kazakhstan
14.03.97 (d)
Kyrgyzstan
07.11.95 (d)
Liechtenstein
22.06.94 (a)
Lithuania
16.11.94 (a)
Malta
24.03.83 (R)
Netherlands
15.06.82 (R)
Norway
02.06.88 (R)
Poland
28.10.82 (R)
Portugal
29.08.84 (R)
Russian Federation
26.01.82 (R)
Romania
12.06.90 (R)
San Marino
15.04.83 (R)
Slovakia
31.03.93 (d)
Slovenia
05.11.92 (d)
Spain
31.08.82 (R)
Sweden
07.03.84 (R)
Switzerland
16.05.91 (R)
Tajikistan
28.08.92 (d)
Turkey
28.04.88 (R)
Turkmenistan
04.06.96 (d)
Ukraine
16.03.82 (R)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 22.10.85 (R)
Yugoslavia
29.11.81 (R)
the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 30.04.97 (d)

(1)This Convention entered into force on 19 February 1982. It subsequently entered into force for each State one month after the date of deposit of that State's instrument, except in cases of succession, where the entry into force occurred on the date on which the State assumed responsibility for conducting its international relations.

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