Foreign Relations and Foreign Agrements

Foreign Relations and Foreign Agrements

Foreign Relations and Foreign Agrements

Foreign Relations and Foreign Agrements

- Constitution of Estonia

CHAPTER IX. Foreign Relations and Foreign Agrements

Article 120. Republic of Estonia's procedure for dealing with other states and international organizations is established by law.
Article 121. The State Assembly ratifies or rejects agreements of the Republic of Estonia: (1) that change state borders; (2) the implementation of which would call for passing, amending or abolishing Estonian laws; (3) according to which the Republic of Estonia will join international organizations or alliances; (4) with which the Republic of Estonia assumes military or financial obligations; (5) in which ratifications is specified;
Article 122. Estonia's continental borders are determined by the Tartu Peace Treaty dated February 2, 1920 and other international border treaties. Estonia's sea and air borders will be determined according to international conventions. Ratification of agreements to change Estonia's state borders require a two thirds majority vote of the State Assembly membership.
Article 123. The Republic of Estonia does not conclude foreign agreements that are in conflict with the constitution. If Estonia's laws or some other measures are in conflict with foreign agreements ratified by the State Assembly, provisions of the foreign agreement will be adjusted.
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