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Here is a note from her, entreating you to accede to the request of Mr Mortimer Lightwood, the bearer.
I whispered Catherine that she mustn't, on any account, accede to the proposal: it was entirely out of the question.
If it is yes, or, in other words, if you possess what you call honour and conscience, and we more justly call common-sense, then accede to our demand, and the matter is at an end.
The regime has not even bothered to declare its intention to accede to the Treaty and/or abandon its weapons of mass destruction program.
Riyadh, July 9 (BNA): The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia confirmed the importance of carrying out Convention to Ban Chemical Weapons, asserting that it was among the first countries to accede to international treaties related to the ban on weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) and the Convention to Ban Chemical Weapons.
Riyadh, Ramadan 21, 1436, Jul 8, 2015, SPA -- The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia confirmed the importance of carrying out Convention to Ban Chemical Weapons, asserting that it was among the first countries to accede to international treaties related to the ban of mass destruction weapons and the Convention to Ban Chemical Weapons, in particular, Saudi Ambassador to Holland Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Abu Haimid, who is also the Kingdom's Permanent Representative to the organization, announced yesterday, as he was addressing the 79th session of the executive council of the organization.
The comments were made by State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki at the daily briefing, when she also said the US "does not believe that (Palestine) is eligible to accede to the Rome statute" which set up the Court.
The dispute relates to the decisions by the SFO and the SSHD to accede to requests made by the Government of Guinea for mutual assistance.
India, along with the United States and Pakistan, has voted against a provision in a United nations resolution calling on to 'promptly' accede to the NonProliferation Treaty as nonnuclearweapon nation 'without conditions' and to place all its nuclear facilities under International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards.
IN the deck of cards that the British dealt out to India at the time of Partition in 1947, the joker was the provision giving the rulers of the 550 or so princely states the unfettered right to accede to either India or Pakistan.
UNHCR and the UN Office for Legal Affairs are holding a special treaty event this afternoon in Geneva at which Belgium, Gambia, Georgia and Paraguay are expected to accede to one or both of the UN statelessness conventions.
Summary: Tunisia could once more accede to the African Development Bank (AfDB)'s loans by the end of 2014," Adviser to AfDB Morocco-Tunisia-Togo Office Lotfi Trifa said to TAP news agency, on the occasion of the AfDB Group's 49th Annual Meeting organised, May 19-23 in Kigali, Rwanda.