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Commentary of 1958 
ARTICLE 7. -- NOTIFICATION AND RECOGNITION


[p.635] This provision is out of its logical place in the Draft Agreement, since its first paragraph relates to a situation which exists before the conclusion of the Agreement (1). A provision of this nature should have been inserted in the Convention itself.
However, it offers States a most valuable basis for action. Besides, the Powers concerned might well bring the Draft Agreement into force before the zones have been established.


Notes: (1) [(1) p.635] Article 14, paragraph 2, of the Convention
reads: "Upon the outbreak and during the course of
hostilities, the Parties concerned may conclude
agreements...";