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The Government shall permit the liaison officer to communicate freely and without a need for special permission, for all official purposes, and shall protect the right of the liaison officer to do so. The liaison officer shall have the right to use codes and to dispatch and receive official correspondence and other official communications by courier or in sealed bags which shall be subject to the same privileges and immunities as diplomatic couriers and bags.
The liaison officer shall, as far as may be compatible with the International Telecommunications Convention of 6 November 1982, for his official communications enjoy treatment not less favourable than that accorded by the Kingdom of the Netherlands to any international organisation or government, in the matter of priorities for communication by mail, cable, telegraph, telex, radio, television, telephone, fax, satellite, or other means.
Nr. I
1. Definitions
2. Privileges and immunities
3. Entry, stay and departure
4. Employment
5. Inviolability of archives
6. ?Personal Protection
7. Facilities and immunities in respect of communication
8. Notification
9. Settlement of Disputes
10. Territorial scope
Nr. II
Nr. I
1. Begripsomschrijvingen
2. Voorrechten en immuniteiten
3. Binnenkomst, verblijf en vertrek
4. Tewerkstelling
5. Onschendbaarheid van het archief
6. Persoonlijke bescherming
7. Faciliteiten en immuniteiten met betrekking tot berichtenverkeer
8. Kennisgeving
9. Beslechting van geschillen
10. Territoriale reikwijdte
Nr. II
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