Закон України

"On Ratification of Appendices to the Documents Prepared Based on the Results of the First Joint Inspection of the State Border Line between Ukraine and the Hungarian Republic in 1997-2003"

Date of entry into force:
December 2, 2011

The Agreement between Ukraine and the Hungarian Republic on the Ukrainian-Hungarian state border regime, cooperation and mutual assistance in border control issues (hereinafter referred to as "Agreement") signed on May 19, 1995 in Kyiv. The Agreement was ratified by Law of Ukraine N447/95-VR of November 22, 1995.

Article 2 of the Agreement envisages that within one year after the Agreement enters into force, the Ukrainian-Hungarian Border Commission initiates a joint inspection of the state border between Ukraine and the Hungarian Republic, and prepares the following new demarcation documents based on its results:
  • protocol describing the location of the state border line between Ukraine and the Hungarian Republic;
  • topographical maps of the state border between Ukraine and the Hungarian Republic, scale 1:10,000;
  • protocols of border marks of the state border between Ukraine and the Hungarian Republic with topographic croquis sketches;
  • list of coordinates of border marks and bends not marked with border marks on the state border between Ukraine and the Hungarian Republic;
  • final protocol of the joint inspection of the state border between Ukraine and the Hungarian Republic.

The Constitution of Ukraine (Article 85, paragraph 32) states that the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine provides consent for Ukraine to be bound by international agreements. And, according to Article 9 of the Law of Ukraine "On International Agreements of Ukraine", Appendices to documents prepared based on the results of the First Joint Inspection of the State Border Line between Ukraine and the Hungarian Republic in 1997-2003 (hereinafter referred to as "Appendices") are subject to ratification.

The Law ratifies the Appendices.

Due to the natural changes on the river sections of the state border (undercut banks) that took place after 2003, the Ukrainian-Hungarian Border Commission relocated nine border marks (five Hungarian and four Ukrainian ones) to a safe distance; the state border line was not altered as a result. Based on the relocation of the border marks, new border mark protocols were prepared, and appropriate changes were made to the lists of coordinates contained in the Appendices.
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