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ADR Road map for accession and implementation

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ADR
Road map for accession and implementation

The European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous  Goods by Road (ADR), done in Geneva on 30 September 1957, entered into force  on 29 January 1968 in accordance with its article 7. 

On 1 August 2013, there were 48 Contracting Parties to ADR: 
Albania, 
Andorra, 
Austria, 
Azerbaijan, 
Belarus, 
Belgium, 
Bosnia and Herzegovina, 
Bulgaria, 
Croatia, 
Cyprus, 
Czech Republic, 
Denmark, 
Estonia, 
Finland, 
France, 
Germany, 
Greece, 
Hungary, 
Iceland, 
Ireland, 
Italy, 
Kazakhstan, 
Latvia, 
Liechtenstein, 
Lithuania, 
Luxembourg, 
Malta, 
Montenegro, 
Morocco, 
Netherlands, 
Norway, 
Poland, 
Portugal, 
Republic of Moldova, 
Romania, 
Russian Federation, 
Serbia, 
Slovakia, 
Slovenia, 
Spain, 
Sweden, 
Switzerland, 
Tajikistan, 
the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, 
Tunisia, 
Turkey, 
Ukraine,
United Kingdom.


ECE/TRANS/0238
ONU 2013

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