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Convention signed by the United States at Paris on December 17, 1997; transmitted by the President of the United States of America to the Senate May 1, 1998 (Treaty Doc. 105-43, 105th Congress, 2nd Session); Reported favorably by the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations June 23, 1998 (Senate Executive Report No. 105-19, 105th Congress, 2nd Session); Advice and consent to ratification by the Senate July 31, 1998; Ratified by the President November 20, 1998; Instrument of Ratification of the United States of America deposited December 8, 1998; entered into force for the United States February 15, 1999.

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