In virtue of their functions and without having to produce full powers1, the following are considered as representing their state:
(1) heads of state, heads of government and ministers for foreign affairs, for the purpose of performing all acts relating to the conclusion of a treaty2;
(2) heads of diplomatic missions, for the purpose of adopting the text of a treaty between the accrediting state and the state to which they are accredited3;
(3) representatives accredited by states to an international conference or to an international organisation or one of its organs, for the purpose of adopting the text
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