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Yugoslav Agreement on Succession Issues (2001)

 

Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Macedonia, the Re­public of Slovenia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, being in sovereign equality the five successor States to the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia,

Mindful of the need, in the interests of all successor States and their citizens and in the interests of stability in the region and their mutual good relations, to resolve questions of State succession arising upon the break-up of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yu­goslavia,

Having held discussions and negotiations under the auspices of the International Con­ference on Former Yugoslavia and the High Representative with a view to identifying and determining the equitable distribution amongst themselves of rights, obligations, assets and liabilities of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia,

Acting within the framework of the mandate given to the High Representative by the Decision of the Peace Implementation Conference held in London, 8-9 December 1995, and in the light of agreements between the successor States and the Declarations adopted by the Peace Implementation Council and its Steering Board,

Bearing in mind the acknowledgement by the Security Council in its Resolution 1022 (1995) of the desirability of a consensual solution to outstanding succession issues,

Confirming the decision reached on 10 April 2001 concerning the distribution of the former SFRY’s assets held at the Bank for International Settlements (the text of which de­cision is appended to this Agreement),

Demonstrating their readiness to co-operate in resolving outstanding succession issues in accordance with international law,

Have agreed as follows:

Article 1

For the purposes of this Agreement “SFRY” means the former Socialist Federal Re­public of Yugoslavia.

Article 2

Each successor State acknowledges the principle that it must at all times take the nec­essary measures to prevent loss, damage or destruction to State archives, State property and assets of the SFRY in which, in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement, one or more of the other successor States have an interest.

Article 3

The Annexes listed below set out the terms on which the subject matter of each Annex is settled:

Annex A: Movable and immovable property;

Annex B: Diplomatic and consular properties;

Annex C: Financial assets and liabilities

(other than those dealt with in the Appendix to this Agreement);

Annex D: Archives;

Annex E: Pensions;

Annex F: Other rights, interests, and liabilities;

Annex G: Private property and acquired rights.

Article 4

(1) A Standing Joint Committee of senior representatives of each successor State, who may be assisted by experts, is hereby established.

(2) This Committee shall have as its principal tasks the monitoring of the effective im­plementation of this Agreement and serving as a forum in which issues arising in the course of its implementation may be discussed. The Committee may as necessary make appropri­ate recommendations to the Governments of the successor States.

(3) The first formal meeting of the Standing Joint Committee shall be convened, at the initiative of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, within two months of the entry into force of this Agreement. The Committee may meet informally, and on a provi­sional basis, at any times convenient to the successor States after the signature of this Agreement.

(4) The Committee shall establish its own rules of procedure.

Article 5

(1) Differences which may arise over the interpretation and application of this Agree­ment shall, in the first place, be resolved in discussion among the States concerned.

(2) If the differences cannot be resolved in such discussions within one month of the first communication in the discussion the States concerned shall either

(a) refer the matter to an independent person of their choice, with a view to obtaining a speedy and authoritative determination of the matter which shall be respected and which may, as appropriate, indicate specific time-limits for actions to be taken; or

(b) refer the matter to the Standing Joint Committee established by Article 4 of this Agreement for resolution.

(3) Differences which may arise in practice over the interpretation of the terms used in this Agreement or in any subsequent agreement called for in implementation of the Annex­es to this Agreement may, additionally, be referred at the initiative of any State concerned

to binding expert solution, conducted by a single expert (who shall not be a national of any party to this Agreement) to be appointed by agreement between the parties in dispute or, in the absence of agreement, by the President of the Court of Conciliation and Arbitration within the OSCE. The expert shall determine all questions of procedure, after consulting the parties seeking such expert solution if the expert considers it appropriate to do so, with the firm intention of securing a speedy and effective resolution of the difference.

(4) The procedure provided for in paragraph (3) of this Article shall be strictly limited to the interpretation of terms used in the agreements in question and shall in no circum­stances permit the expert to determine the practical application of any of those agreements. In particular the procedure referred to shall not apply to

(a) The Appendix to this Agreement;

(b) Articles 1, 3 and 4 of Annex B;

(c) Articles 4 and 5(1) of Annex C;

(d) Article 6 of Annex D.

(5) Nothing in the preceding paragraphs of this Article shall affect the rights or obliga­tions of the Parties to the present Agreement under any provision in force binding them with regard to the settlement of disputes.

Article 6

The Annexes to this Agreement and the Appendices to the Agreement and Annexes are an integral part of the Agreement.

Article 7

This Agreement, together with any subsequent agreements called for in implementa­tion of the Annexes to this Agreement, finally settles the mutual rights and obligations of the successor States in respect of succession issues covered by this Agreement. The fact that it does not deal with certain other non-succession matters is without prejudice to the rights and obligations of the States parties to this Agreement in relation to those other mat­ters.

Article 8

Each successor State, on the basis of reciprocity, shall take the necessary measures in accordance with its internal law to ensure that the provisions of this Agreement are recog­nised and effective in its courts, administrative tribun
als and agencies, and that the other successor States and their nationals have access to those courts, tribunals and agencies to secure the implementation of this Agreement.

Article 9

This Agreement shall be implemented by the successor States in good faith in confor­mity with the Charter of the United Nations and in accordance with international law.

Article 10

No reservations may be made to this Agreement.

Article 11

(1) This Agreement shall be subject to ratification.

(2) Instruments of ratification shall be lodged as soon as possible with the Depositary identified in Article 13 of this Agreement. The Depositary shall inform the successor States and the Office of the High Representative of the date of deposit of each instrument of ratification.

Article 12

(1) This Agreement shall enter into force thirty days after the deposit of the fifth instru­ment of ratification. The Depositary shall notify the successor States, and the Office of the High Representative, of the date of entry into force.

(2) Notwithstanding paragraph (1) of this Article, Article 4 (3) of this Agreement, Article 5 of Annex A, Articles 1 and 5-6 of Annex B, and Article 6 of, and the Appendix to, Annex C, shall be provisionally applied after the date of signature of this Agreement, in accordance with their terms.

Article 13

(1) One original copy of this Agreement shall be deposited by the High Represen­tative with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, who shall act as Depositary.

(2) The Depositary shall, upon entry into force of this Agreement, ensure its registra­tion in accordance with Article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations.

Done at Vienna on 29 June 2001 in seven originals in the English language, one to be retained by each successor State, one by the Office of the High Representative, and one to be deposited with the Depositary.

For Bosnia and Herzegovina:

For the Republic of Croatia:

For the Republic of Macedonia:

For the Republic of Slovenia:

For the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia:

Appendix to Agreement on succession issues

BIS Assets

1. The five Delegations participating as equal successor States in the negotiations to resolve issues of succession arising upon the break-up of the SFRY have agreed (further to arrangements previously made on behalf of the National Banks of the successor States) that the former SFRY’s assets (gold and other reserves, and shares) held at the Bank for Inter­national Settlements shall be divided between them in the following proportions:

Bosnia and Herzegovia               13.20 %

Croatia                                           28.49 %

Macedonia                                       5.40 %

Slovenia                                         16.39 %

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 36.52 %

2. The agreement of the five Delegations to the foregoing distribution is given on the basis of the understandings reached at the meetings held on 21-23 February and 9-10 April 2001 and is entirely without prejudice to what may be agreed as regards the distribution of any other assets.

Brussels, 10 April 2001

annex a. movable and immovable property

Article 1

(1) In order to achieve an equitable solution, the movable and immovable State prop­erty of the federation constituted as the SFRY (“State property”) shall pass to the successor States in accordance with the provisions of the following Articles of this Annex.

(2) Other proprietary rights and interests of the SFRY are covered by Annex F to this Agreement.

(3) Private property and acquired rights of citizens and other legal persons of the SFRY are covered by Annex G to this Agreement.

Article 2

(1) Immovable State property of the SFRY which was located within the territory of the SFRY shall pass to the successor State on whose territory that property is situated.

(2) The successor States shall use their best endeavours to assist each other with the exercise of their diplomatic and consular activities by the provision of suitable proper­ties in their respective territories.

Article 3

(1) Tangible movable State property of the SFRY which was located within the terri­tory of the SFRY shall pass to the successor State on whose territory that property was sit­uated on the date on which it proclaimed independence.

(2) Paragraph (1) of this Article does not apply to tangible movable State property of great importance to the cultural heritage of one of the successor States and which originated from the territory of that State, such as: works of art; manuscripts, books and other objects of artistic, historical or archaeological interest to that State; and scientific collections and important collections of books or archives which shall pass to that State. Such property shall be identified by the successor State concerned as soon as possible, but not later than 2 years after the entry into force of this Agreement.

(3) If SFRY State tangible movable property (other than military property) which has passed to one of the successor States in accordance with paragraph (1) of this Article, has been removed without authorisation from its territory by another successor State, the latter state shall ensure its return as soon as possible or pay full compensation for such removal.

Article 4

(1) Notwithstanding paragraph (1) of Article 3 of this Annex, tangible movable State property of the SFRY which formed part of the military property of that State shall be the subject of special arrangements to be agreed among the successor States concerned.

(2) In relation to tangible movable and immovable property of the former Yugoslav National Army used for civilian purposes the arrangements referred to in paragraph (1) of this Article will acknowledge the relevance of Articles 2 (1) and 3 (1) of this Annex.

Article 5

(1) A Joint Committee on Succession to Movable and Immovable Property shall be es­tablished by the successor States, which shall ensure the proper implementation of the pro­visions of this Annex applicable to tangible movable and immovable property (other than military property) and the resolution of any problems which might arise in the course of their application.

(2) The Joint Committee shall commence its work within 3 months of the signature of this Agreement.

Article 6

It shall be for the successor State on whose territory immovable and tangible movable property is si
tuated to determine, for the purposes of this Annex, whether that property was State property of the SFRY in accordance with international law.

Article 7

Where pursuant to this Annex property passes to one of the successor States, its title to and rights in respect of that property shall be treated as having arisen on the date on which it proclaimed independence, and any other successor State’s title to and rights in respect of the property shall be treated as extinguished from that date.

Article 8

(1) Where tangible movable and immovable State property of the SFRY passes to a successor State in accordance with Articles 1 to 3 of this Annex, that property shall not be subject to valuation for the purposes of this Agreement, and no compensation shall be pay­able in respect of the passing of that property to the successor State in question.

(2) However, should any successor State consider that the application of Articles 1 to 3 of this Annex result in a significantly unequal distribution of SFRY State property (other than military property) among the successor States, that State may raise the matter in the Joint Committee established pursuant to Article 5 of this Annex. The Joint Commit­tee, acting unanimously, may take such action as it considers appropriate in the circum­stances.

Article 9

The provisions of this Annex are without prejudice to the provisions of Annexes B and D concerning diplomatic and consular properties, and archives.

annex b. diplomatic and consular properties

Article 1

(1) As an interim and partial distribution of SFRY diplomatic and consular properties, the successor States have selected the following properties for allocation to each of them:

(2) Any action which may be necessary to enable each successor State to enter into possession of the property allocated to it shall be completed within six months of the date of signature of this Agreement.

(1) SFRY diplomatic and consular properties shall be distributed in kind (i.e. as prop­erties) rather than by way of monetary payments.

(2) In that distribution, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia, are receiving a great­er share than they would receive under the IMF key, or any other more favourable criterion for Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia for the distribution of such properties.

Diplomatic and consular properties other than those acquired by States in accordance with Article 1 of this Annex shall be distributed in such a way that the total and final dis­tribution in kind of diplomatic and consular properties (including those acquired in accor­dance with Article 1) reflects as closely as possible the following proportions by value for each State:

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Croatia

Macedonia

Slovenia

Federal Republic of Yougoslavia

London (Embassy) Paris (Embassy) Paris (Consulate General) Washington (Embassy) Paris (Residence)

Article 2

Article 3

Bosnia and Herzegovia Croatia Macedonia Slovenia

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

39.5%

8 %

14 %

23.5 %

15 %

Article 4

(1) SFRY diplomatic and consular properties are set out in the list appended to this An­nex. That list groups properties according to their geographical regions. Each successor State shall, within each geographical region, be entitled to its proportionate share as set out in Article 3.

(2) The distribution of properties shall be by agreement between the 5 States. To the extent that agreement on the distribution of properties cannot be reached, the successor States shall adopt a procedure whereby any property selected by only one State will be ac­quired by that State, and where two or more States have selected the same property, those States will consult together as to which of them will acquire that property.

(3) The basis for the proportionate distribution of properties is the valuation in the “Re­port dated 31 December 1992 on the valuation of the assets and liabilities of the former So­cialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia as at 31 December 1990.”

(4) Movable State property of the SFRY which forms part of the contents of diplo­matic or consular properties shall pass to whichever successor State acquires the diplomat­ic or consular properties in question.

(5) Movable State property of the SFRY which forms part of the contents of diplomat­ic and consular properties and which is of great importance to the cultural heritage of one of the successor States shall pass to that State.

The successor States shall establish a Joint Committee composed of an equal number of representatives from each State to ensure the effective implementation of Articles 3 and 4 of this Annex. The functions of the Joint Committee shall include:

(a) verifying and as necessary amending the List referred to in Article 4(1);

(b) assessing the legal status of each property, its physical condition, and any financial liabilities attaching to it; and

(c) considering the valuation of property as the need arises.

Article 5

Article 6

The Joint Committee shah commence its work on a provisional basis within 3 months of the date of signature of this Agreement.

Article 7

Whichever successor State is in a position to maintain and keep under repair any Dip­lomatic or consular properties of the SFRY shall take the necessary steps to that end, bear­ing in mind in particular

(a) the principle that it must at ail times take the necessary measures to prevent loss or damage to or destruction of such properties, and

(b) the requirement to pay compensation for any loss, damage or destruction resulting from failure to take such action.

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OECD
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area In sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
1 AUSTRALIA Embassy 11 Nuyts Street P.O. Box 3161 MANUKA, A.C.T. 2603 CANBERRA
Australia
1.205 545 $1,6 99 year lease from 14.09.1965 Ownership
2 AUSTRALIA Consulate General CONSULATE GENERAL OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA 12, Trelawney Street Woolahra N.S.W.201 SIDNEY Australia 2.040 616 $3,3 Ownership
3 AUSTRALIA Residence 31 Fishburn Street Red Hill A.C.T. 2603 CANBERRA Australia 1.416 516 $1,3 99 year lease from 14.09.1965 Ownership
4 AUSTRALIA Land 31 Fishburn Street Red Hill A.C.T. 2603 CANBERRA Australia 1.416 $0,8 99 year lease from 14.09.1965 Ownership
5 AUSTRIA Embassy BOTSCHAFT DER BR JUGOSLAWIEN Renveg 3 1030 WIEN III O ste rr i c h 500 1.300 $2,7 Ownership
6 AUSTRIA Consulate General Radetzkystrasse 26 9020 CELOVEC O ste rric h 1.088 744 $0,8 Possessed by Slovenia Ownership
7 AUSTRIA Residence Heuberggasse 10 1170 WIEN XVII Osterrich 3.715 523 $ 1,8 Possessed by Croatia Ownership
8 BELGIQUE Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVtE 11, Avenue Emile de Mot 1050 BRUXELLES Be 1 g iq u e 678 1.560 $3,5 Ownership
OECD
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area in sq.m. Floor area In sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
9 CZECH Republic Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YUGOSLAVIE Mostecka 15 11800 PRAGUE 1 1.038 2.722 $2,6 Ownership
10 DENMARK Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA Svanevaeget 36 2100 COPENHAGEN Dannemark 3.421 306 $ 0,6 Ownership
11 FINLAND Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA Kulosaarerttie 36 00570 HELSINKI 57 Finland 1.200 540 $ 1,3 Ownership
12 FINLAND Residence Bomansonintie 13 00570 HELSINKI 57 Finland 1.040 322 $ 0,4 Ownership
13 FRANCE Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YUGOSLAVIE 54, Rue de la Faisanderie 75116 PARIS France 260 1.658 $ 14,1 > Ownership
14 FRANCE Consulate 5, Rue de la Faisanderie 75116 PARIS France 384 809 $ 6,5 Ownership
15 FRANCE Residence 1, Boulevard Deiessert 75116 PARIS France 1.493 2.740 $ 11,4 Ownership
16 GREECE Embassy/R residenceand Consulate AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVIE 106 Vassilissis Sofias ATHENES Greece 3.525 1.688 $4,8 Ownership
OECD
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area in sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
17 GREECE Consulate General CONSULAT GENERAL DE LA RF DEYUGOSLAVIEKomnino 4 THESALONIKI Greece 273 400 $0,9 Kingdom of Serbia Ownership
18 ITALY Embassy AM B ASCI ATA DELLA RF Dl JUGOSLAVIA Via dei Monti Parioli 20 00197 ROMA Italia 2.817 2.035 $6,9 Ownership
19 ITALY Consulate General CONSOLATO DELLA RF Dl JUGOSLAVIA Via Matilde Serao 1 20144 MILANO Italia 1.661 1.000 $4,7 Ownership
20 ITALY Residence Via dei Monti Parioli 22-24 00197 ROMA Italia 1.950 2.004 $8,8 Ownership
21 ITALY Apartment Via AJGmenes 8 ROMA Italia 323 $0,6 Ownership
22 ITALY Apartment Via Archimeda 104 ROMA Italia 215 $0,4 Possessed by Slovenia Ownership
23 ITALY Apartment Viale Corsica 5 MILANO Italia 61 $0,2 Ownership
24 ITALY Apartment Via Cordaroli 7/I TRIESTE Italia 107 $0,4 Ownership
25 ITALY Apartment Viale D’Anunzio 27/I TRIESTE Italia 131 $0,5 Possessed by Slovenia Ownership
OECD
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area
In sq.m.
FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
26 ITALY Apartment Via Bassegio 75/1V TRIESTE Italia 72 $0,3 Ownership
27 ITALY Apartment Via Bassegio 69/1 TRIESTE Italia 49 $0,2 Ownership
28 ITALY Apartment Via Bassegio 69/11 TRIESTE Italia 52 $0,2 Ownership
29 JAPAN Embassy/R e side nee EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA 7-24,4-chome, Kitashinagawa Shinagawa-ku TOKYO Japan 938 1.726 $ 16,0 Ownership
30 KANADA (Canada) Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA 17, Blackburn Avenue OTTAWA Ontario, KIN8A2 Canada 1.071 965 $2,5 Ownership
31 KANADA (Canada) Consulate General CONSULATE GENERAL OF THE FROF YUGOSLAVIA 377, Spadina RoadTORONTO Ontario M5P 2V7 Canada 1.091 556 $1,3 Ownership
32 KANADA (Canada) Residence 21, Blackburn Avenue OTTAWA Ontario, KIN8A2 Canada 2.623 805 $3,5 Ownership
OECD
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area In sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
33 MADJARSKA (Hungary) Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVIE Dozsa Gyorgy ut 92/b 1068 BUDAPEST VI H o u ng r ie 949 1.247 $1,7 Ownership
34 MADJARSKA (Hungary) Residence Borbolya utca 4 1023 BUDAPEST H o u ng r i e 1.066 484 $0,6 Ownership
35 MADJARSKA (Hungary) House of Consul Dozsa Gyorgy ut 92/a 1068 BUDAPEST VI H o u ng r i e 829 1.539 $2,3 Ownership
36 MEXICO Embassy EMBAJADA DE LA RF DE YUGOSLAVIA Av. Montanas Rocaflosas No. 515 Apartado Postal 10-701 Lomas de Chapultepec 11000 MEXICO Mexico 1.472 996 $2,3 Ownership
37 NETHERLANDS Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA Groot Hertoginnelaan 30 2517 THE HAGUE Netherlands 616 485 $0,7 Ownership
38 Embassy 24, Hatton Street WELLINGTON-5 New Ze la n d 1.962 281 $0,5 Taken over by the Government of New Zealand since 1992 Ownership
39 NEW ZEALAND Residence 33, Rama CrescenWELLINGTON New Ze la nd 542 207 $0,3 Taken over by the Government of New Zealand since 1992 Ownership
OECD
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area In sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
40 NORWAY Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA Drammensveren 105 OSLO 2 Norwey 984 732 $ 1,7 Ownership
41 NORWAY Residence Heyerdahls vei 9 OSLO Norwey 3.082 380 $1,4 Ownership
42 POLAND Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVIE Al. Ujazdowskie 23/25 VARSOVIE P o I o g n e 3.251 1.799 $2,1 100 year lease from 1947 Ownership
43 POLAND Residence Al. Ujazdowskie 23/25 VARSOVIE P o lo g n e 512 $ 0,5 100 year lease from 1947 Ownership
44 POLAND House Alea Ru* 5 VARSOVIE P o log n e 815 1.408 $ 1,3 80 year lease from 01.01.1950 Ownership
45 PORTUGAL Embassy EMBAIXADA DA RF DA JUGOSLAVIA Av. Das Descobertas 12 – Restelo 1400 LISBOA Portugal 1.995 704 $ 1,5 Ownership
46 PORTUGAL Residence Rua Alcolena 11 Restelo 1400 LISBOA Portugal 1.168 302 $0,8 Ownership
47 SAD (USA) Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OFYUGOSLAVIA 2410 California Str. N.W. WASHINGTON D.C. 20008 USA 1.436 1.820 $7,3 Reciprocity land Ownership
OECD
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area In sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
48 SAD (USA) Permanent Mission UN PERMANENT MISSION OF THE FR OFYUGOSLAVIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS 854, Fift Avenue NEW YORK N.Y. 10017 USA 339 1.679 $ 11,8 Ownership
49 SAD (USA) Residence 2221 R. Street, N.W. WASHINGTON D.C. USA pan="7" width="42" valign="top">960 900 $2,2 Ownership
50 SAD (USA) Residence 730 Park Avenue NEW YORK N.Y. 10021 USA 216 $ 1.8 Ownership
51 SAD (USA) House 1907 Quincy Street N.W. WASHINGTON D.C. USA 1.052 495 $ 1,2 Ownership
52 SPAIN Embassy EMBAJADA DE LA RF DE YUGOSLAVIA Calle de Velasqez162 MADRID 28002 E s p a n a 684 1.200 $ 3,2 Ownership
53 SPAIN Residence Ronda de Abubilla 34 Parq Conde de Orgaz MADRID 28043 E s p a n a 1.480 413 $1,0 Ownership
54 SR NEMAAKA (Germany) Embassy BOTSCHAFT DER BR JUGOSLAWIEN Schlossallee 5 5300 BONN2 Bundesrepubik Deutschland 3.079 2.392 $5,4 Ownership
55 SR NEMAAKA (Germany) Consulate General GENERALKONSULAT DER BR JUGOSLAWIEN Thueringer Strasse 3 6000 FRANKFURT AM MAIN Bundesrepublik Deutschland 492 1.020 $4,1 Ownership
OECD
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area In sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
56 SR NEMAAKA {Germany) Military mission BOTSCHAFT DER BR JUGOSLAWIEN BURO IN BERLIN Taubenstrasse 18 1 BERLIN 33 – GRUNEWALD 6.474 1.500 $4,5 Ownership
57 SWEDEN Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA Valhallavagen 70 11427 STOCHOLM Sweden 424 815 $5,3 Ownership
58 SWEDEN Residence Tyrgaten 6 11427 STOCKHOLM Sweden 315 981 $4,8 Ownership
59 SWITZERLAND Embassy/R e side nee AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVIE Seminarstrasse 5 3006 BERN Suisse 1.760 1.758 $7,7 Ownership
60 SWITZERLAND Permanent Mission UN MISSION PERMANENTE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVIE AUPRES NATIONS UNIES 5, Chemin Thury GENEVE Suisse 3.403 519 $ 1.5 Ownership
61 SWITZERLAND Consulate General Eidmattstrasse 33 8032 ZURICH Suisse 195 435 $1,5 Ownership
62 TURKEY Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVIE Paris Caddesi No. 47, Kavaklidere P.K. 28 – Kavaklidere ANKARA Turquie 8.899 617 $ 0,9 Ownership
OECD
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.ni. Floor area in sq.m, FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
63 TURKEY Residence Ataturk Bulevard No. 132-134 ANKARA Turquie 1.201 $0,8 Ownership
6465 TURKEY House Paris Caddesi No. 47, Kavaklidere ANKARA Turquie 3.840 240 $0,2 Ownership
TURKEY Land Istambul $0,3 Kingdom of Serbia Ownership
66 VELIKABRITANIJA (UK) Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FROF YUGOSLAVIA 5-7 Lexham Gardens LONDON, W.8.5JU Great Britain 463 1.308 $10,9 Ownership
67 VELIKABRITANIJA (UK) Residence 25 Hyde Park Gate LONDON, S.W.7.5DJ Great Britain 365 490 $2,0 Ownership
TOTAL: $201,00
REST OF EUROPE
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area in sq.m. Floor area In sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
68 BULGARIA Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RFYUGOSLAVIE Veliko Tmovo 3, Rue G. Geueorguiou-Dej SOFIA Bulgaria 3.062 1.574 $ 1,9 Kingdom of Serbia Ownership
69 CYPRUS Embassy/R esidence EMBASSY OF THE FR OFYUGOSLAVIA Vasilassias Olgas Street 2 P.O. Box 1968 NICOSIA Cyprus 1.391 695 $ 1,0 Ownership
70 ROU MANIA Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVIE Calea Dorobanilor Nr. 34 BUCAREST Roumanie 1.671 722 $ 1,2 Kingdom of Serbia Ownership
71 SSSR (Russia) Embassy POSOLSTVO SR JUGOSLAVII Mosfiljmovskaja 46 MOSKVA Rossi a 14.746 5.484 $15,4 Reciprocity land Ownership
72 SSSR (Russia) Residence Mosfiljmovskaja 46 MOSKVA Ros si a 591 $1,2 Reciprocity land Ownership
73 SSSR (Russia) Garage Mosfiljmovskaja 46 MOSKVA Ros s i a 874 $0,2 Reciprocity land Ownership
TOTAL: $20.9
LATIN AMERICA AND CARRIBBEAN
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area in sq.m. Floor area in sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
74 ARGENTINA Embassy EMBAJADA DE LA RF DEYUGOSLAVIA Marcelo T. de Alvear 1705 1060 BUENOS AIRES Argentina 238 818 $ 1,7 Ownership
75 BOLIVIA Embassy/R esidence Calle Benito Joarez 315 Florida LA PAZ 3.088 481 $0,8 Ownership
76 BRAZIL Embassy Avenida das Nacoes be 15 Caixa Postal 1240 70000 BRASILIA D.F.Brazil 25.000 2.070 $4,0 Ownership
77 BRAZIL Residence Avenida das Nacoes, lote 15 Cabca Postal 1240 70000 BRASILIA D.F. Brazil 1.646 Ownership
78 BRAZIL Consulate General Rua Aim. Pereira Guimaraes 258 01250 SAO PAULO Brazil 605 521 $ 0,6 Ownership
79 BRAZIL House Avenida das Nacoes loe 15 Caixa Postal 1240 70000 BRASILIA D.F.Brazil 433 $0,4 Ownership
80 BRAZIL Vila Brasilia, Vila by the Lake 776 319 $0,4 Ownership
81 CHILE Consulate EMBAJADA DE LA RF DE YUGOSLAVIA Calle Exequias Alliende 2370 Casilla Postale 1659 SANTIAGO DE CHILE Chile 450 381 $0,4 Ownership
82 GUYANA Embassy 72, Brickdam P.O. Box 10408 GEORGETOWN 521 480 $0,5 Ownership
LATIN AMERICA AND CARRIBBEAN
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area in sq.m. Floor area In sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
83 0PERU Embassy EMBAJADADELARF DE YUGOSLAVIA Calle Carlos Porras Osores 360 San Isidor Casilla 18-0392 LIMA Peru 1.359 610 $0,7 Ownership
84 PERU Residence Calle a Cibeles 110 San Isidor LIMA Peru 1.052 901 $0,5 Ownership
85 URUGUAY Embassy/R esidence Bulevard Espana2697 MONTEVIDEO Urugva i 920 528 $0,6 Ownership
86 VENEZUELA Embassy EMBAJADA DE LA RF DEYUGOSLAVIA Apartado 68011 Attamira Cuarta Avenida de Campo Alegre No. 13 Chacao CARACAS 1060 Venezuela 2,210 600 $0,8 Ownership
TOTAL: SI- ,4
ASIA
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area in sq.m. Floor area in sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
87 INDIA Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA 3/50 G. Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri 110021 NEW DELHI India 24,862 2.037 $4,5 Land perpetual lease from 11.11.1961 Ownership
88 INDIA Residence 3/50 G. Chantipath, Chanakyapuri 110021 NEW DELHI India 1.358 $1,4 Land perpetual lease from 11.11.1961 Ownership
89 INDIA Servants quarters 3/50 G. Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri 110021 NEW DELHI India 897 $0,2 Land perpetual lease from 11.11.1961 Ownership
90 INDONESIA Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OFYUGOSLAVIA H.O.S. Cokroaminoto No. 109 JAKARTA PUSAT Indonesia 563 833 $0,5 Ownership
91 KAMPUCHIA (Cambodia) Residence 129-131 Vtthei Preah BatNordom PNOM PEN Ka mpuchia 1.120 653 $ 0,3 Ownership
92 LEBANON Land Beiruth 1,974 $0,6 Ownership
93 PAKISTAN Land Islamabad 16,452 $1,6 Ownership
TOTAL: $9,1
NORTH AFRICA
No STATE ign="top">TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area in sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
94 ALGERIA Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YUGOSLAVIE 7, Rue des Freres Benhafid – Hydra B.P. 632 ALGER Al g e ri e 641 540 $0,6 Ownership
95 EGYPT Embassy Residence Consulate EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA 33, El Monsour Mohamed Street, Zamalek CAIRO Arap Republic of Egypt 2.678 $ 1,948 $2,3 Ownership
96 EGYPT Garage 33, El Monsour Mohamed Street, Zamalek CAIRO Arap Republic of Egypt 77 $0,1 Ownership
97 MOROCCO Embassy/ Residence 23, Avenue Ben 1 Znassen, Souissi B.P. 5014 RABAT M a r o c 1.758 592 $0,8 Ownership
98 TUNISIE Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YUGOSLAVIE 4, Rue de Liberia TUNIS T u n i s ie 378 373 $0,4 Ownership
99 TUNISIE Residence 23, Avenue de la Republique Carthage TUNIS T u n i s i e 856 400 $0,5 Not to be included in succession Reciprocity
TOTAL: $4,7
AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area in sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
100 CAR Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVIE Avenue Leopold Sedar Senghor B.P. 1049 BANGUI 2.009 432 $0,6 Ownership
101 CAR Residence Avenue Leopold Sedar Senghor B.P. 1049 BANGUI 360 $0,3 Ownership
102 ETIOPIJA Embassy/R e side nee EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA P.O. Box 1341 ADIS ABEBA Ethiopia 11.000 2.490 $3,6 Ownership
103 GUINEA Residence Domatne Public Martime a Camayenne CONAKRY II Republique de Guinee 625 243 $0,3 Ownership
104 KENYA Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA State House Avenue P.O. Box 30504 NAIROBI Ken ia 8.784 698 $ 1,6 Land-lease until 01.07.2064 Ownership
"top">105 KENYA Residence Lower Kabete Road NAIROBI Ke n i a 7.187 315 $ 1,0 Ownership
106 KONGO (Congo) Embassy AMBASSADE DE LA RF DE YOUGOSLAVIE Rue Lucien Foumeau P.O. Box 2062 BRAZZAVILLE 1.535 337 $0,5 Ownership
107 KONGO (Congo) Residence Avenue General de Gaulle BRAZZAVILLE 2.890 498 $0,8 Ownership
AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area In sq.m. Floor area In sq.m. FACILITY VALUED AT LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
108 KONGO (Congo) Apartment Sodafe Mfoa IV BRAZZAVILLE 107 $0,1 Ownership
109 MADAGASKAR Residence Route de Fort Ducheane TENANARIVA Madagascar 4.223 322 $0,7 Ownership
110 MALI Residence Rue Braseire Quartier Fleuve BAMAKO M a I i e 832 204 $0,3 Ownership
111 SUDAN Embassy 1 Street 31, 79-A P.O. Box 1180 KHARTOOM Sudan 1.855 427 $0, 6 Ownership
112 SUDAN Residence Sagiat Hamad 35Plot 12 KHARTOOM-North Sudan 3.851 455 $0,8 Ownership
113 TANZANIA Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OFYUGOSLAVIA Plot No. 36, Upanga Road P.O. Box 2838 DAR ES SALAM Tanzania 3.459 882 $ 1,2 Land-lease until 06.09.2048 Ownership
114 TANZANIA Residence 46, Ghuba Road DAR ES SALAM Tanzania 5.090 378 $0,5 Ownership
115 UGANDA Embassy 11, George Street P.O. Box 4370 KAMPALA Uganda 2.279 457 $0,9 99 year lease from 18.12.1969 Ownership
116 UGANDA Land Kok) Hill Drave 2.780 $0,3 99 year lease from 14.11.1969 Ownership
AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA
No STATE TYPE OF FACILITY ADDRESS Total area in sq.m. Floor area in sq.m. FACILIT
Y VALUED AT
LAND VALUED AT COMMENT LEGAL STATUS
117 ZAIRE Embassy/R esidence AMBASSADE DE LA RF YOUGOSLAVIE Q.U.E. I’etoile 112 B.P. 619 KINSHASA I Republique du Zaire 503 681 $0,7 Ownership
118 ZAMBIA Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OF YUGOSLAVIA P.O. Box 31180 Diplomatic triangle, Plot no. 5216 LUSAKA Zambia 13.425 601 $ 1,9 100 year lease from 20.07.1971 Ownership
119 ZAMBIA Residence Lukulu Road, Plot no 5216 LUSAKA Zambia 2.331 280 $0,3 99 year lease from 31.12. 1964 Ownership
120 ZAMBIA House 5018 Rhodes Park LUSAKA Zambia 2.498 117 $04 99 year lease from 30.08.1967 Ownership
121 ZIMBABWE Embassy EMBASSY OF THE FR OFYUGOSLAVIA 1, Lanark Roadr Belgravia P.O. Box 3420HARARE Zimbabwe 3.475 410 $0,9 Ownership
122 ZIMBABWE Residence 41, Argyle Drive, Highlands HARARE Zimbabwe 6.265 230 $0,9 Ownership
123 ZIMBABWE House 1, Lanark Road, Belgravia HARARE Z i mbabwe 100 $0,1 Ownership
TOTAL: $19,3

ANNEX C. FINANCIAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

Article 1

The SFRY’s financial assets comprised all financial assets of the SFRY (such as cash, gold and other precious metals, deposit accounts, and securities) , including in particular -

(a) accounts and other financial assets in the name of the SFRY Federal Govern­ment Departments and Agencies;

(b) accounts and other financial assets in the name of the National Bank of Yugosla­via;

(c) foreign currency assets, including holdings of gold and other precious metals, of the SFRY or the National Bank of Yugoslavia;

(d) sums due to the National Bank of Yugoslavia from banks in other countries result­ing from uncompleted inter-bank clearing arrangements; such countries include, but are not limited to, those listed in Appendix 2 of this Annex.

(e) financial quotas and drawing rights of the SFRY, the National Bank of Yugoslavia or other federal organs or institutions in international financial organisations, as well as fi­nancial assets held with such organisations.

(f) other assets of the SFRY, including amounts due to the National Bank of Yugosla­via or the SFRY from obligors other than those included in (a) – (e) above.

Article 2

(1)(a) The SFRY’s financial liabilities comprised (subject to paragraphs (2) and (3) of this Article) the debts of the SFRY, debts guaranteed by the SFRY and financial claims against the SFRY, and consisted principally of -

(i) the external debt of the SFRY to official creditors and the International Financial Institutions;

(ii) the external debt of the SFRY to commercial creditors;

(iii) sums payable by the National Bank of Yugoslavia to banks in other countries re­sulting from uncompleted inter-bank clearing arrangements. Such countries include, but are not limited to, those listed in Appendix 2 to this Annex;

(iv) external debt of the SFRY to creditors other than those listed in (i) – (iii), above.

(b) External debt in (i) – (iv) above is described as allocated debt if the final beneficiary of the debt is located on the territory of a specific successor State or group of successor State
s. Allocated debt is not subject to succession and shall be accepted by the successor State on the territory of which the final beneficiary is located.

(c) Liabilities of the SFRY, National Bank of Yugoslavia or other federal institutions towards international financial organisations are included under the external debt of the SFRY.

(2) The financial liabilities to be taken into account pursuant to paragraph (1) of this Article do not include the financial liabilities of the SFRY under the Agreement concluded between the SFRY and Italy on 18 February 1983 on the Final Settlement of Reciprocal Obligations.

(3) Other financial liabilities include:

(a) guarantees by the SFRY or its National Bank of Yugoslavia of hard currency sav­ings deposited in a commercial bank and any of its branches in any successor State before the date on which it proclaimed independence; and

(b) guarantees by the SFRY of savings deposited before certain dates with the Post Of­fice Savings Bank at its branches in any of the Republics of the SFRY.

Article 3

(1) A major portion of the assets and liabilities of the SFRY have already in practice been distributed on the basis of agreements between the successor States or agreements be­tween them individually and the institutions concerned, namely:

(a) the SFRY’s share of the assets and liabilities of the International Monetary Fund;

(b) shares of the World Bank and its affiliated institutions held by the SFRY;

(c) liabilities of the SFRY to the World Bank;

(d) shares of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the African De­velopment Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank held by the SFRY;

(e) the SFRY’s debts to the European Investment Bank;

(f) the gold and other reserves and shares of the Bank for International Settlements, Basle held by the SFRY;

(g) guarantees by the SFRY of savings deposited before certain dates with the Post Office Savings Bank and its branches;

(h) that part of the SFRY’s external official debt to members of the so-called “Paris Club” which has been assumed by certain of the successor States in proportions fixed in agreements between each of them and “Paris Club” members;

(i) that part of the SFRY’s external commercial debt to banks (the so-called “London Club”) under the New Financial Agreement 1988 which has been assumed by certain of the successor States in proportions fixed in agreements between each of them and the “London Club” members.

(2) In regard to sub-paragraph (h) and (i) of paragraph (1) above, four of the five suc­cessor States have concluded agreements with the “Paris Club” and “London Club” credi­tors. The remaining successor State, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, will assume responsibility for all of its allocated debt to “Paris Club” and “London Club” creditors and its share of the unallocated debt to such creditors. This is expected to resolve the remaining “Paris Club” and “London Club” claims against the SFRY. It is impossible to predict the outcome of this resolution at the present time, but the resolution of “Paris Club” and “Lon­don Club” claims by the FRY will, as between the successor States, conclude the resolution of their obligations to the “Paris Club” and the “London Club”. The successor States shall

terminate any existing legal proceedings or financial claims against each other in relation to “Paris Club” and “London Club” obligations upon the signature of this Agreement, and shall not institute any other such legal proceedings or financial claims in the future, what­ever the outcome of the resolution by the FRY of “Paris Club” and “London Club” claims.

(3) The distributions referred to in paragraph (1) of this Article are final and shall not be reopened by any of the successor States in the context of succession issues.

Article 4

Distributions of assets on a net basis include:

(a) the SFRY’s ownership of a 27% share of the capital of the Yugoslav Bank for In­ternational Economic Cooperation, as it existed prior to its conversion to a commercial bank, which shall be distributed among the States according to the proportions agreed to in Article 5(2); and

(b) the net amount due to the National Bank of Yugoslavia from banks in other coun­tries resulting from uncompleted inter-bank clearing arrangements, which shall be tabulat­ed and distributed according to the proportions agreed to in Article 5(2) . Such countries include, but are not limited to, those listed in Appendix 2 to this Annex.

Article 5

(1) Foreign financial assets (such as cash, gold and other precious metals, deposit ac­counts and securities), whether held by the SFRY or the National Bank of Yugoslavia di­rectly or with foreign banks, Yugoslav joint venture banks and agencies of Yugoslav banks abroad include the following:

(1) monetary gold (271,642.769 oz.) valued on 31 March 2001 at $70.18 million;

(ii)  foreign exchange accounts held at foreign commercial banks and valued on 31 March 2001 at $307.61 million;

(iii) foreign exchange accounts held at SFRY joint venture banks abroad and valued on 31 March 2001 at $ 645.55 million; and

(iv) gold (1209.78 oz.) formerly held by the France-UK-USA Gold Commission, val­ued on 22 May 2001 at $343.76 thousand.

(2) The available foreign financial assets identified in paragraph (1) of this Article shall be distributed according to the following proportions, which shall be applied to items (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) separately:

Bosnia and Herzegovia Croatia Macedonia Slovenia

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

38.00 %

7.50%

16.00 %

23.00%

15.50 %

(3) If currently unknown foreign financial assets are found to exist within five years, they shall be distributed as soon as possible on the proportionate basis set out in paragraph (2) of this Article, and using the mechanism described in Article 6.

Each successor State shall appoint a representative of the Central Bank or an other au­thorised representative to form a Committee, which shall meet within 30 days of the signa­ture of this Agreement to arrange the modalities for the initial distributions identified in Article 5 of this Annex. Their objective will be to effect any distributions of assets as quick­ly as possible. In addition they will arrange jointly to verify, settle and effect distributions under Article 4 of this Annex. They will also make arrangements to distribute to the extent possible assets under Article l(f) and liabilities under Article 2(1)(a)(iv) of this Annex ac­cording to the proportions agreed to in Article 5(2). The Committee will also prepare a de­finitive list of all SFRY external debt.

Guarantees by the SFRY or its NBY of hard currency savings deposited in a commer­cial bank and any of its branches in any successor State before the date on which it pro­claimed its independence
shall be negotiated without delay taking into account in particular the necessity of protecting the hard currency savings of individuals. This negotiation shall take place under the auspices of The Bank for International Settlements.

(1) The return to successor States of their contributions to the Federal Fund for devel­opment of the less developed Republics and Kosovo, the payment of outstanding contri­butions due by successor States to the Fund, and the repayment of credits given to those States by the Fund, are cancelled.

(2) The financial liabilities of the SFRY under the Agreement concluded between the SFRY and Italy on February 18, 1983 on the Final Settlement of Reciprocal Obligations shall be distributed to the successor States that are beneficiaries of this Agreement. Pursu­ant to the Agreement with Italy, concluded in 1955 between SFRY and the Republic of It­

Article 6

Article 7

Article 8

aly, about local commerce between areas Gorizia-Udine and Sezana-Nova Gorica-Tolmin (Gorica Agreement) as well as between SFRY and the Republic of Italy for the border areas of Trieste on one side and Buje, Koper, Sezana on the other side (Trieste Agreement) , to­gether with the related payment arrangements, are excluded from the provisions of this paragraph. The issues related to the Trieste Agreement will be dealt with by Croatia and Slovenia. The issues related to the Gorica Agreement will be dealt with by the Republic of Slovenia only.

Article 9

In connection with the distributions agreed in the preceding Articles of this Annex the successor States have concluded the Disclosure Authorisation appended to this Annex, and shall to the extent that they have not already done so:

(a) allow free access to and provide copies of such records and data requested by any successor State as are in its possession and relate to the SFRY’s financial assets and liabil­ities. Accounts of the National Bank of Yugoslavia opened after the date on which UN sanctions were first imposed are not subject to this disclosure requirement.

(b) exchange information on those accounts and financial assets held by banks in third States and belonging to connected persons (as defined by the authorities which in those States regulate the banking business).

Article 10

Each successor State has introduced a new currency and established its monetary in­dependence. As such, no successor State shall pursue financial claims or legal proceedings against any other successor State related to the introduction of its new currency or the es­tablishment of its monetary independence.

Appendix 1 to Annex C

Disclosure Authorisation to Central Banks and/or responsible ministries regarding data on financial and other assets of the SFRY held by third country central banks and/or other fi­nancial institutions

The five Delegations participating in the discussions and negotiations to resolve issues of succession arising upon the break-up of the SFRY, and working toward the prompt distribution of the assets of the SFRY among the successor States within the framework of the agreement concluded between them in Vienna on May 25, 2001, have agreed that data on bank deposits, holdings of securities, or other types of financial assets of the National Bank of Yugoslavia (NBY) , as well as other assets of the SFRY referred to in UN Security Council Resolution No. 1022 (collectively, the Frozen Accounts), held by foreign banks, foreign financial institutions or other foreign entities as they stood on 31 May 2001 should be made available to each of the successor States. To that end they hereby authorize Central Banks, responsible Ministries and/or other financial institutions to provide financial data in regard to Frozen Accounts to the Central Bank and Ministry of Finance of each successor state upon receipt of a request for such data made by the Central Bank of any successor State. Such data may include, but is not limited to, details regarding the composition and value of Frozen Deposit accounts in banks, financial institutions, and other entities on their territory or subject to their regulation, control, or administration.

In addition to supplying information for 31 May 2001, banks are requested to comply with subsequent requests for information on SFRY Frozen Accounts from any of the un­dersigned successor States.

If necessary to secure release of financial data in regard to Frozen Accounts, the Na­tional Bank of Yugoslavia (NBY) shall issue the authorizations necessary to permit disclo­sure of this information to the Central Banks and Ministries of Finance of the successor States. If required, such authorization shall include the name and address of the foreign bank, the account number, and any other information needed to identify the account.

No legal proceedings will be commenced by any successor State on the basis of finan­cial data disclosed as a result of the foregoing arrangements.

This authorization takes effect on today’s date, and is witnessed by the Special Nego­tiator for Succession Issues of the SFRY in the Office of the High Representative, Sir Arthur Watts.

Signed by the Heads of the Delegations:

Bosnia and Herzegovina:

Prof. Dr. Milos Trifkovic

Republic of Croatia:

Dr. Bozo Marendic

Republic of Macedonia:

Mr. Nikola Todorcevski

Republic of Slovenia:

Dr. Miran Mejak

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Prof. Dr. Dobrosav Mitrovic

Witnessed by: Sir Arthur Watts

Special Negotiator for Succession Issues Vienna, 25 May 2001

Appendix 2 to Annex C

Country Currency
Albania XAL
Cambodia XKH
Mongolia KMN
Egypt XEG
Guinea XGN
CSSR XCS
GDR XDD
USSRUSSR – Credit 555 mil. XSU
Brazil XBR
Algeria XDZ
USSR – clearing ruble XEE
India XIN
Bulgaria LEV
Ghana USD
Mexico USD

ANNEX D. ARCHIV
ES

Article 1

(a) For the purposes of this Annex, “SFRY State archives” means all documents, of whatever date or kind and wherever located, which were produced or received by the SFRY (or by any previous constitutional structure of the Yugoslav State since 1 December 1918) in the exercise of its functions and which, on 30 June 1991, belonged to the SFRY in accordance with its internal law and were, pursuant to the federal law on the regulation of federal archives, preserved by it directly or under its control as archives for whatever pur­pose.

(b) For the purposes of this Annex, “Republic or other archives” refers to the archives of any of the States in their former capacities as constituent Republics of the SFRY, or of their territorial or administrative units, and means all documents, of whatever date or kind and wherever located, which were produced or received by any of those Republics or ter­ritorial or administrative units in the exercise of their functions and which, on 30 June 1991, belonged to them in accordance with the applicable law and were, pursuant to the law on the regulation of archives of each of the Republics, preserved by them directly or under their control as archives for whatever purpose.

(c) “Documents” in the preceding sub-paragraphs includes film, audio and video tapes and other recordings, as well as any form of computerised records, and includes doc­uments which constitute cultural property.

Article 2

If Republic or other archives were displaced from the Republic to which they be­longed, or if SFRY State archives were displaced from their proper location, they shall, subject to the provisions of this Annex and in accordance with international principles of provenance, be restored respectively to the Republic to which they belonged or their proper location as soon as possible by the State which currently has control of them.

Article 3

The part of the SFRY State archives (administrative, current and archival records) nec­essary for the normal administration of the territory of one or more of the States shall, in accordance with the principle of functional pertinence, pass to those States, irrespective of where those archives are actually located.

Article 4

(a) The part of the SFRY State archives which constitutes a group which

(i)  relates directly to the territory of one or more of the States, or

(ii) was produced or received in the territory of one or more of the States, or

(iii) consists of treaties of which the SFRY was the depository and which relates only to matters concerning the territory of, or to institutions having their headquarters in the ter­ritory of, one or more of the States,

shall pass to those states, irrespective of where those archives are actually located.

(b) Pending the apportionment of SFRY State archives under this Article,

(i) the original of the Treaty on Water Economy Problems between the SFRY and Greece signed in 1959 (Official Gazette of the SFRY No. 20 of 4 June 1960) and of the Treaty on the Preservation and Renewal of Frontier Signs on the Yugoslav-Greece Frontier for the Protection, Prevention and the Solution on Frontier Incidents (Official Gazette of the SFRY No. 20 of 26 February 1959) shall be transferred forthwith to the Republic of Macedonia.

(ii) the original text or certified copies of the Treaty of Osimo and the Osimo Agree­ment of 1975, and any related agreements, archives and travaux preparatories concerning their negotiation and implementation, shall be made available forthwith to Croatia and Slo­venia in order to enable them, in full possession of the relevant material, to negotiate with Italy over the consequences of those treaties for their respective States.

Article 5

If pursuant to Articles 3 or 4 archives are to pass to more than one State, those States shall agree which of them will receive the original and enable the others to make copies.

Article 6

(a) In relation to SFRY State archives other than those referred to in Articles 3 and 4, the States shall, by agreement to be reached within 6 months of the entry into force of this Agreement, determine their equitable distribution among themselves or their retention as common heritage of the States which shall have free and unhindered access to them. If no such agreement is reached, the archives shall become common heritage. In either event, each State may make copies of the archives in question on an equitable cost-sharing basis.

(b) The agreement referred to in paragraph (a) shall take account of all relevant circum­stances which include the observance as far as possible of the principle of respect for the integrity of groups of SFRY State archives so as to facilitate full access to and research in those groups of archives. Respect for the integrity of groups of archives is without prejudice to the question where any particular group of archives should be preserved. The Minis­tries or Departments responsible for archives in each of the States shall within 24 months of the date on which this Agreement enters into force identify, and circulate to each other, lists of groups of archives to which this principle should apply, and shall thereafter seek to agree on a single such list within a further period of 3 months. They shall also identify, and circulate to each other, within 24 months of the date on which this Agreement enters into force, lists of archives to which Articles 3 and 4 apply.

Article 7

Pending implementation of this Agreement there shall be immediate free and unhin­dered access by representatives of the interested States to SFRY State archives dated on or before 30 June 1991. This access also applies to Republic and other archives (other than current archives) now held in the States concerned.

Article 8

Republic or other archives are the property of the corresponding State and are not sub­ject to the provisions of this Annex, other than Articles 1, 2 and 7.

Article 9

Private archives are not subject to the other provisions of this Article. Those which were taken from their owners after 1 December 1918 shall be returned to where they had been produced or to their owners, according to international principles of provenance, with­out any compensation or other conditions.

Article 10

Where SFRY bilateral treaties concerning the restitution of archives were in force on 30 June 1991 and those treaties have not yet been fully performed, the States with an inter­est in those archives are ready to assume the rights and obligations formerly held by the SFRY in relation to the performance of those treaties.

Article 11

(a) The current possessor of the original of any archive which is to be transferred pur­suant to this Annex may make copies thereof.

(b) The cost of making copies pursuant to Articles 5 and 11(a) above shall be subject to further agreement between the States concerned.

(c) The cost of transporting archives which pass pursuant to this Annex shall be borne by the recipient.

(d) Th
e current possessor of archives which are to be transported or which may be cop­ied pursuant to this Annex shall assist in reducing the related costs as far as possible.

(e) Any State making archives available for copying shall provide the best available document to copy and provide free and equal access to all States making copies.

(f) The State in possession of original documents forming part of the SFRY State Ar­chives shall provide access to them for purposes of obtaining a certified copy for use as ev­idence upon the request of the interested user, should the copy available in another State not be usable for his legitimate needs.

Article 12

Within 3 months of the date on which this Agreement enters into force, representatives of the Ministries or Departments responsible for archives in each of the States shall meet together to give effect to this Annex, and to take such immediate action as may be possible. Arrangements for that meeting, and for the initial general supervision of the implementa­tion of this Annex, shall be made by the Standing Joint Committee established under Arti­cle 4 of this Agreement.

ANNEX E. PENSIONS

Article 1

Each State shall assume responsibility for and regularly pay legally grounded pensions funded by that State in its former capacity as a constituent Republic of the SFRY, irrespec­tive of the nationality, citizenship, residence or domicile of the beneficiary.

Article 2

Each State shall assume responsibility for and regularly pay pensions which are due to its citizens who were civil or military servants of the SFRY irrespective of where they are resident or domiciled, if those pensions were funded from the federal budget or other fed­eral resources of the SFRY; provided that in the case of a person who is a citizen of more than one State -

(i) if that person is domiciled in one of those States, payment of the pension shall be made by that State; and

(ii) if that person is not domiciled in any State of which such person is a citizen, pay­ment of the pension shall be made by the State in the territory of which that person was res­ident on 1 June 1991.

Article 3

The States shall, if necessary, conclude bilateral arrangements for ensuring the pay­ment of pensions pursuant to Articles 1 and 2 above to persons located in a State other than that which is paying the pensions of those persons, for transferring the necessary funds to ensure payment of those pensions, and for the payment of pensions proportionally to the payment of contributions. Where appropriate, the conclusion of such definitive bilateral ar­rangements may be preceded by the conclusion of interim arrangements for ensuring the payment of pensions pursuant to Article 2. Any bilateral agreements concluded between any two of the States shall prevail over the provisions of this Annex and shall resolve the issue of mutual claims between the pension funds of the States relating to payments of pen­sions made before such agreements entered into force.

ANNEX F. OTHER RIGHTS, INTERESTS AND LIABILITIES

Article 1

All rights and interests which belonged to the SFRY and which are not otherwise cov­ered by this Agreement (including, but not limited to, patents, trade marks, copyrights, roy­alties, and claims of and debts due to the SFRY) shall be shared among the successor States, taking into account the proportion for division of SFRY financial assets in Annex C of this Agreement. The division of such rights and interests shall proceed under the direction of the Standing Joint Committee established under Article 4 of this Agreement.

Article 2

All claims against the SFRY which are not otherwise covered by this Agreement shall be considered by the Standing Joint Committee established under Article 4 of this Agree­ment. The successor States shall inform one another of all such claims against the SFRY.

ANNEX G. PRIVATE PROPERTY AND ACQUIRED RIGHTS

Article 1

Private property and acquired rights of citizens and other legal persons of the SFRY shall be protected by successor States in accordance with the provisions of this Annex.

Article 2

(1) (a) The rights to movable and immovable property located in a successor State and to which citizens or other legal persons of the SFRY were entitled on 31 December 1990 shall be recognised, and protected and restored by that State in accordance with established standards and norms of international law and irrespective of the nationality, citizenship, residence or domicile of those persons. This shall include persons who, after 31 December 1990, acquired the citizenship of or established domicile or residence in a State other than a successor State. Persons unable to realize such rights shall be entitled to compensation in accordance with civil and international legal norms.

(b) Any purported transfer of rights to movable or immovable property made after 31 December 1990 and concluded under duress or contrary to sub-paragraph (a) of this Article shall be null and void.

(2) All contracts concluded by citizens or other legal persons of the SFRY as of 31 De­cember 1990, including those concluded by public enterprises, shall be respected on a non­discriminatory basis. The successor States shall provide for the carrying out of obligations under such contracts, where the performance of such contracts was prevented by the break­up of the SFRY.

Article 3

The successor States shall respect and protect rights of all natural and juridical persons of the SFRY to intellectual property, including patents, trade marks, copyrights, and other allied rights (e.g., royalties) and shall comply with international conventions in that regard.

Article 4

The successor States shall take such action as may be required by general principles of law and otherwise appropriate to ensure the effective application of the principles set out in this Annex, such as concluding bilateral agreements and notifying their courts and other competent authorities.

Article 5

Nothing in the foregoing provisions of this Annex shall derogate from the provisions of bilateral agreements concluded on the same matter between successor States which, in particular areas, may be conclusive as between those States.

Article 6

Domestic legislation of each successor State concerning dwelling rights (“stanarsko pravo/stanovanjska pravica cTaHapcko npaBo”) shall be applied equally to persons who were citizens of the SFRY and who had such rights, without discrimination on any ground such as sex, race, colour, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, association with a national minority, property, birth or other status.

Article 7

All natural and legal persons from each successor State shall, on the basis of reciproc­ity, have the same right of access to the courts, administrative tribunals and agencies, of that State and of the other successor States for the purpose of realising the protection of their rights.

Article 8

The foregoing provisions of this Annex are without prejudice to any guarantees of non- discrimination related to private property and acquired rights that exist in the domestic leg­islation of the successor States.

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