Un Us Headquarters Agreement

(4) point-to-point communication equipment to the same extent and conditions as those set out in the rules and regulations applicable to amateur operations in the United States, except that these rules and regulations must not be applied in a manner inconsistent with the inviolability of the headquarters provided for in Section 9, point a); This agreement will take effect through an exchange of notes between the Secretary-General, duly authorized under a UNITED Nations General Assembly resolution, and the United States Executive Officer, duly authorized in accordance with the measures taken by Congress. It was agreed that no form of racial or religious discrimination is permitted within the headquarters. (b) a relief on Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive, above a lower level of containment that must be set for the construction and maintenance of an esplanade, as well as the structures and foundations and pillars therein, in order to support the same in areas below this level of containment, the entire area to be defined more clearly by a complementary agreement between the United Nations and the United States of America. This agreement will be interpreted in light of its priority objective, in order to enable the United Nations to fully and effectively assume its responsibilities and achieve its objectives at its headquarters in the United States. (a) The United Nations may establish and operate at headquarters: (d) Federal, regional and local courts in the United States take into account the provisions adopted by the United Nations in accordance with Section 8 when considering cases a result of acts or transactions in headquarters. (a) Any dispute between the United Nations and the United States regarding the interpretation or application of this agreement or complementary agreement, which is not resolved by agreed negotiations or other settlement terms, is referred to a three-arbitrator tribunal appointed by the Secretary-General, a tribunal appointed by the Secretary of State of the United States. and the third, elected by these two, or, if they do not agree on a third party, by the President of the International Court of Justice. (2) any other land or building that may be incorporated from time to time by a complementary agreement with the relevant US authorities; (1) Subject to the terms of this agreement, the United States Government will provide the United Nations with an amount of no more than $65,000,000.

This amount is spent only in a manner authorized by the United Nations to build and establish the permanent headquarters of the United Nations at its headquarters in New York City, within the meaning of the Agreement between the United States of America and the United Nations on the United Nations Headquarters, signed on Lake Success. , New York, June 26, 1947, including necessary architectural and technical work, landscaping, basement and other appropriate improvements to land and approaches, and for other incident-related purposes and expenses.