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Universal Postal Convention
- SOLE CHAPTER. GENERAL PROVISIONS
+ CHAPTER 1. PROVISION OF SERVICES
+ CHAPTER 2. LIABILITY
+ CHAPTER 3. PROVISIONS SPECIFIC TO LETTER POST
+ CHAPTER 1. PROVISIONS SPECIFIC TO LETTER POST
+ CHAPTER 2. OTHER PROVISIONS
Article 38. Conditions for approval of proposals concerning the Convention and the Regulations
Article 39. Reservations at Congress
Article 40. Entry into force and duration of the Convention
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Artikel 4 Algemeen Postverdrag, Doha, 11-10-2012

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The undersigned, plenipotentiaries of the governments of the member countries of the Union, having regard to article 22.3 of the Constitution of the Universal Postal Union concluded at Vienna on 10 July 1964, have by common consent and subject to article 25.4 of the Constitution drawn up in this Convention the rules applicable throughout the international postal service.
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The principle of the freedom of transit is set forth in article 1 of the Constitution. It shall carry with it the obligation for each member country to ensure that its designated operators forward, always by the quickest routes and the most secure means which they use for their own items, closed mails and à découvert letter-post items which are passed to them by another designated operator. This principle shall also apply to missent items and misrouted mails.
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Member countries which do not participate in the exchange of letters containing infectious substances or radioactive substances shall have the option of not admitting these items in transit à découvert through their territory. The same shall apply to letter-post items other than letters, postcards and items for the blind. It shall also apply to printed papers, periodicals, magazines, small packets and M bags the content of which does not satisfy the legal requirements governing the conditions of their publication or circulation in the country crossed.
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Freedom of transit for postal parcels to be forwarded by land and sea routes shall be limited to the territory of the countries taking part in this service.
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Freedom of transit for air parcels shall be guaranteed throughout the territory of the Union. However, member countries which do not operate the postal parcels service shall not be required to forward air parcels by surface.
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If a member country fails to observe the provisions regarding freedom of transit, other member countries may discontinue their postal service with that member country.