HAVING ACCEPTED the invitation of the League of Nations to take part in a conference which met at Geneva on November 15, 1923;
DESIROUS of bringing into force the provisions of the statute relating to the international regime of ports adopted thereat, and of concluding a general convention for this purpose, the High Contracting Parties have appointed plenipotentiaries who, after communicating their full powers, found in good and due form, have agreed as follows:
Article 1 The Contracting States declare that they accept the Statute on the International Regime of Maritime Ports, annexed hereto, adopted by the Second General Conference on Communications and Transit which met at Geneva on November 15, 1923.
This statute shall be deemed to constitute an integral part of the present convention.
Consequently, they hereby declare that they accept the obligations and undertakings of the said statute in conformity with the terms and in accordance with the conditions set out therein.