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Regulations of the People's Republic of China Conc
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1986.09.05
STANDING COMMITTEE OF THE NATIONAL PEOPLE'S CONGRESS
 REGULATIONS  OF  THE  PEOPLE'S  REPUBLIC  OF  CHINA CONCERNING
DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES
 (Adopted at the 17th Meeting of the Standing Committee of the
Sixth National  People's  Congress, promulgated by Order No.44 of the
President of the People's Republic of China and effective as of
September 5,1986)
 @@  Article  1.  The  present  Regulations are formulated for the
purpose of defining  the diplomatic privileges and immunities of
the  diplomatic  missions  in  China  and  their  members  and
facilitating  the  efficient performance of the functions of the
diplomatic missions in China as representing States.
 @@  Article  2.  The members of the diplomatic staff of the mission
shall in principle  be of the nationality of the sending State. They
may be appointed from  among  persons of Chinese or third state
nationality only with the consent of the competent Chinese authorities,
which may be withdrawn at any time by the said authorities.
 @@  Article  3. The mission and its head shall have the right to
use the flag  and emblem of the sending State on the premises of the
mission and on the means of transport of the head of the mission.
 @@  Article  4. The premises of the mission shall be inviolable.
Chinese government  functionaries  may  enter them only with the
consent of the head of  the  mission  or another member of the
mission authorized by him. The Chinese authorities concerned shall
take appropriate measures to protect the premises of the mission
against any intrusion or damage.
 The  premises  of the mission, their furnishings and other property
thereon and the means of transport of the mission shall be immune
from search, requisition, attachment or execution.
 @@  Article  5.  The premises of the mission shall be exempt from
dues and taxes, other than such as represent payment for specific
services rendered.
 The  fees  and  charges levied by the mission in the course of its
official duties shall be exempt from all dues and taxes.
 @@  Article  6.  The  archives  and documents of the mission
shall be inviolable.
 @@  Article  7.  The members of the mission shall enjoy freedom of
movement and  travel  within  Chinese territory except for areas the
entry into which is prohibited or restricted by the regulations of the
Chinese Government.
 @@  Article 8. The mission may for official purposes communicate
freely with the Government and the other missions and consulates of
the sending State.  In so doing, it may employ all appropriate
means,  including diplomatic couriers, diplomatic bag, and messages in
code or cipher.
 @@  Article   9.  The  mission  may  install  and  use  a
wireless transmitter-receiver  for the purpose of communication only
with the consent of  the  Chinese Government. The import of the
above-mentioned  equipment  shall  be  subject  to  the  relevant
procedure as specified by the Chinese Government.
 @@  Article  10.  The  official  correspondence of the mission
shall be inviolable.
The diplomatic bag shall not be opened or detained.
 The  diplomatic  bag may contain only diplomatic papers or articles
intended for  official  use and must be sealed and bear visible
external marks of its contents.
 @@  Article  11. The diplomatic courier shall be provided with a
courier certificate  issued  by  the  competent authorities of the
sending State. He shall enjoy personal inviolability and shall not
be liable to arrest or detention.
 Diplomatic  couriers  ad hoc shall be provided with certificates of
courier ad  hoc  issued by the competent authorities of the sending
State, and shall enjoy the same immunities as the diplomatic courier
while charged with the carrying of the diplomatic bag.
 A  diplomatic  bag may be entrusted to the captain of a commercial
aircraft. He  shall  be provided with an official document issued
by the consignor state indicating the number of packages constituting
the bag, but he shall not be regarded as a diplomatic courier. The
mission shall send its members to receive the diplomatic bag from
the captain of the aircraft or deliver it to him.
 @@  Article  12.  The  person  of a diplomatic agent shall be
inviolable. He shall not be liable to arrest or detention. The
Chinese authorities concerned  shall take appropriate measures to
prevent any attack on his personal freedom and dignity.
 @@  Article  13.  The  residence  of a diplomatic agent shall
enjoy inviolability and protection.
 His  papers,  correspondence and, except as provided in Article
14, his property, shall be inviolable.
 @@  Article  14.  A diplomatic 

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