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Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, 17 July 1998
Declaration made on ratification:
In accordance with Article 103, paragraph 1, subparagraph [b] of the Statute, the Czech Republic declares that it is willing to accept sentenced persons who are citizens of the Czech Republic or have permanent residence in the territory of the Czech Republic.
On accepting this Statute, the Czech Republic declares in accordance with Article 87, paragraph 1, subparagraph (a) of the Statute, that requests for cooperation may be transmitted through the diplomatic channel or sent:
1. if the request is for surrender or temporary transfer of a person or for transit of a person, directly to the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic;
2. if the request is for other forms of cooperation, until the commencement of the trial, directly to the Supreme Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Czech Republic and, after the commencement of the trial, directly to the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic.
In accordance with Article 87, paragraph 2 of the Statute, the Czech Republic declares that requests for cooperation and any documents supporting the request shall either be in or accompanied by a translation into the Czech language.
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