To the extent that this is in line with the provisions of the international conventions, rules and agreements to which it is a party, the Government of the Republic of France, in view of the special nature of the Agency`s objectives with regard to the control of animal diseases, provides the Office with its official communications by mail, telephone, telegraph, radio and radiography. , treatment as favourable as its treatment of diplomatic missions in terms of priority, taxes and taxes. Under the 1986 Vienna Convention on Treaty Law, the definition of the „treaty“ is extended from the 1969 definition (only between states) to legally binding agreements between states and international organizations as well as between international organizations. Headquarters agreements are presented for information to the United Nations Treaty Division, but are not always published in the UNTS catalogue. Contact the host country on accreditation, permanent missions and international agreements on the organization and agreement of the OPCW headquarters. The Agency`s headquarters includes the premises he now occupies or that he may occupy in the future for the purposes of his work, with the exception of the accommodation used for his staff. The most classic example of a „contract“ between an international organization and a state is a headquarters agreement that governs the status and privileges of an international organization on the territory of a host state. Some organizations (including their organizations) such as the United Nations have established in several countries (the United States, Switzerland are the most important). Insurance contracts signed by the Agency as part of its official activities are exempt from the special tax on insurance contracts. to a special social security scheme under conditions to be defined by mutual agreement between the Office and the relevant French authorities. EUCLID has signed two headquarters agreements, which are legally in force and are in force.
The initial agreement with the Central African Republic (2011) and a new agreement were signed with the Republic of The Gambia in 2013 due to instability and operational challenges in Bangui. In addition, the EUCLID treaty provided for a temporary headquarters in Brussels, Belgium (without special status) and EUCLID has a liaison office in Washington DC, which is also an executive office with no special legal status. The office`s headquarters is untouchable. Agents of the Republic of France are not allowed to enter to perform their official duties, unless it is a consent or a person mandated by it. Members of the Office`s Administrative Commission; The Director of the Office, that is: