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Regulations of the People's Republic of China Conc
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 @@  Article  19.  The  diplomatic missions and their members may
bring and import firearms and bullets into China for their personal
use, subject to the approval of the Chinese government and to its
relevant regulations.
 @@ Article 20. The spouse and under-age children of a diplomatic
agent forming  part  of  his  household shall, if they are not
nationals of China, enjoy the privileges and immunities specified in
Articles 12 to 18.
 The  members  of  the administrative and technical staff of the
mission, together with their spouses and under-age children forming
part of their respective households, shall, if they are not nationals
of and permanently resident  in China, enjoy the privileges and
immunities  specified  in Articles  12  to  17.  However,  the
immunity  from  civil  and administrative jurisdiction  shall  be
confined  only  to  acts performed in the course of official duties.
The  members  of  the administrative and technical staff shall also
enjoy  the privilege of exemption from dues and taxes specified in
paragraph 1 of Article 18 in respect of articles intended for their
 establishment,  which  are  imported  within six months of the
time of installation.
 The  members  of  the  service staff of the mission who are not
nationals of and permanently resident in China shall enjoy immunity
in respect of acts performed  in the course of official duties and
exemption from income tax on the  emoluments  they  received by
reason  of their employment. They shall enjoy  the privilege of
exemption  from  dues  and  taxes as specified in paragraph one of
Article  18  of  the  present  Regulations in respect of articles
intended  for  their  establishment  which are imported within six
months of the time of installation.
 The  private  attendants of members of the mission shall, if they
are not nationals  of  and permanently resident in China, be exempt
from income tax on the emoluments they receive by reason of their
employment.
 @@  Article  21.  Diplomatic agents who are nationals of China or
foreigners having  obtained  permanent  residence  in China shall
enjoy immunity from jurisdiction and inviolability only in respect
of acts performed in the course of official duties.
  @@  Article   22.   The  following  persons  shall  enjoy
immunities  and inviolability necessary for their transit through or
sojourn in China:
 (1) a diplomatic agent stationed in a third State who passes through
China together  with  his  spouse  and underage children forming
part of his household;
 (2)  a  visiting  foreign  official who has obtained a diplomatic
visa from China  or  who holds a diplomatic passport of a State with
which which China has an agreement on the mutual exemption of visas;
 (3)  other  visiting foreigners to whom the Chinese government has
granted the privileges and immunities specified in the present Article.
The provisions of Articles 10 and 11 shall apply, mutatis mutandis,
to a diplomatic  courier of a third state passing through China
and his accompanying diplomatic bag.
 @@  Article  23.  Visiting  heads of State or government, foreign
ministers and  other  officials  of  comparable status from foreign
States shall enjoy the privileges and immunities specified in the
present Regulations.
 @@  Article 24. Representatives of foreign States coming to China to
attend  international  conferences  sponsored  by  the  United
Nations  or its specialized agencies, visiting officials and experts
of the United Nations and its specialized agencies, and offices of
the United +Nations and its specialized  agencies in China and
their  personnel  shall  enjoy such treatment as specified in the
relevant international conventions to which China has acceded and
agreements  which  China  has  concluded  with the international
organizations concerned.
 @@ Article 25. Persons enjoying diplomatic privileges and immunities
under the present Regulations shall:
 (1) respect Chinese laws and regulations;
 (2) not interfere in the internal affairs of China;
 (3)  not  practise  for  personal  profit  any professional or
commercial activity on Chinese territory;
 (4)  not use the premises of the mission and the residence of the
members of the staff of the mission for purposes incompatible with
the functions of the mission.
 @@  Article  26.  In case the diplomatic privileges and immunities
accorded by  a foreign State to the Chinese mission and its members in
that State and visiting  Chinese personnel concerned are less than
those China would give under the present Regulations to the mission
of that State and its members in China and its v

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