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Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Act 2017

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Meeting of the Parties

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Article 23(1.The Meeting of the Parties shall be convened at the same time as the General Conference of UNESCO, and in co-ordination with the Meeting of the High Contracting Parties, if such a meeting has been called by the Director-General.

(2.The Meeting of the Parties shall adopt its Rules of Procedure.

(3.The Meeting of the Parties shall have the following functions:

(a)to elect the Members of the Committee, in accordance with Article 24 paragraph 1;

(b)to endorse the Guidelines developed by the Committee in accordance with Article 27 sub-paragraph 1(a);

(c)to provide guidelines for, and to supervise the use of the Fund by the Committee;

(d)to consider the report submitted by the Committee in accordance with Article 27 sub-paragraph 1(d);

(e)to discuss any problem related to the application of this Protocol, and to make recommendations, as appropriate.

(4.At the request of at least one-fifth of the Parties, the Director-General shall convene an Extraordinary Meeting of the Parties.

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