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Montevideo Conventions

Convention of Subsidy between France and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 12 June 1848

Extradition Convention between Germany and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 12 February 1880

Telegraphic Convention between Argentina and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 3 January 1883

Naturalization Convention between the United States and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 10 August 1908

Convention of Commerce and Navigation between France and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 4 July 1892

Extradition Convention between Austria-Hungary and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 25 June 1887

Convention between France and Uruguay respecting Judicial Assistance, signed at Montevideo, 23 March 1885

Convention between the Argentine Republic and Uruguay respecting Coastwise Trade, signed at Montevideo, 29 July 1912

Sanitary Convention between the Argentine Republic, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 21 April 1914

Arbitration Convention between Bolivia and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 27 April 1917

Convention respecting Cabotage between Bolivia and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 27 April 1917

Convention between Paraguay and Uruguay regarding the Coasting Trade, signed at Montevideo, 31 October 1918

Preliminary Convention between France and Uruguay, signed at Montevideo, 8 April 1836

Convention between Chile and Uruguay respecting the Transport of Diplomatic Bags, signed at Montevideo, 5 December 1910

South American Postal Convention between the Argentine Republic, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela, signed at Montevideo, 2 February 1911

South American Postal Order Convention between Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela, signed at Montevideo, 2 February 1911

Arrangement between France and Uruguay for the Prolongation of the Commercial Convention of 8 April 1836, signed at Montevideo, 7 July 1865

Arrangement between France and Uruguay for the Maintenance in force of the Convention of 8 April 1836, signed at Montevideo, 7 July 1863

 

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The most famous of the Montevideo Conventions is the Convention on the Rights and Duties of States, adopted by the Seventh International Conference of American States at Montevideo on 26 ...

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