A reservation1, an express acceptance of a reservation and an objection to a reservation, must be formulated in writing and communicated to the contracting states and other states entitled to become parties to the treaty2. If formulated when signing3 the treaty subject to ratification, acceptance or approval4, a reservation must be formally confirmed by the reserving state when expressing its consent to be bound5 by the treaty6. In such a case the reservation is considered as having been made on the date of its confirmation
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