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Decree no. 47/2003, of 17 October
Published in the D.R. no. 241 (Series I - A), of 17 of October.
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is the oldest governmental international organization, established in 1865, having become in 1947 a specialized agency of the United Nations.
Portugal was one of the founding members of the ITU and has participated intensively in its work, having ratified all its instruments. Within the scope of activities of the ITU?s radiocommunications sector, regional conferences take place on a regular basis, dealing with specific radiocommunications issues of the regions concerned.
Thus, in 1985, a Regional Administrative Conference was held in Geneva for the Planning of the Maritime Radionavigation Service (Radiobeacons), in the European Maritime Area.
At this Conference, the Final Acts that comprise the Regional Agreement relating to the Planning of the Maritime Radionavigation Service (Radiobeacons) in the European Maritime Area were approved, as well as the Final Protocol with the declarations stated at the moment of the signature of the Final Acts.
Having regard to the affirmative vote from Portugal, expressed at the Regional Administrative Conference of the ITU, of 1985, for the Planning of the Maritime Radionavigation Service (Radiobeacons) in the European Maritime Area, concerning the adoption of the above-mentioned statutory instruments, the approval thereof by the Portuguese State is deemed necessary.
Pursuant to point c) of paragraph 1 of article 197 of the Constitution, the Government hereby decrees the following:
1 - The Final Acts of the Regional Administrative Conference of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), of 1985, for the Planning of the Maritime Radionavigation Service (Radiobeacons) in the European Maritime Area, are hereby approved, the text of which is published in annex to this decree, in the authentic version in the French language and respective translation to Portuguese.
2 - The following declaration is made as regards the text of the mentioned Final Acts: Portugal reserves the right to take all measures deemed necessary to safeguard its interests, where other members do not comply, in any way, with the provisions resulting from this Conference, or likewise where the reservations made by other countries hinder the good functioning of its radiocommunications services.
Checked and approved at the Council of Ministers of 29 August 2003 - José Manuel Durão Barroso ? António Manuel de Medonça Martins da Cruz - Carlos Manuel Torres da Silva.
Promulgated on 24 September 2003.
Let it be published.
The President of the Republic, JORGE SAMPAIO.
Counter-signed on 25 September 2003.
The Prime Minister, José Manuel Durão Barroso.
Accord Régional Concernant la Planification du Service de Radionavigation Maritime (Radiophares) dans la Zone Européenne Maritime - French versionhttp://www.anacom.pt/template20.jsp?categoryId=83470&contentId=142694
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