The members of the Consular Corps of Malaga celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Vienna Convention last week at the Museum of Malaga, Palacio de la Aduana, with a reception for the civil and military authorities of the city, including the Mayor of the city Francisco de la Torre.
Our senior lawyer ; Marisa Moreno Castillo, was representing Denmark as its consul in Andalusia and Extremadura.
The Vienna Convention on Consular Relations is a treaty signed in 1963 that outlines the rules and guidelines for consular relations between countries. It sets out the rights and obligations of consular officials, including their role in protecting the interests of their citizens who are traveling or living abroad.
The Vienna Convention on Consular Relations establishes the framework for consular relations between countries, including the establishment and operation of consulates and the appointment and functions of consular officers. It also sets out the rights of consular officers, including the right to communicate with and have access to their citizens who are detained or imprisoned in the host country, and the right to provide assistance and support to their citizens who are in distress.
The Vienna Convention on Consular Relations is an important international treaty that promotes the protection of the rights and interests of citizens who are traveling or living abroad, and helps to facilitate consular relations between countries.
The Viena Convention also addresses issues related to consular notification and access, which require the host country to inform the consular officials of the sending state if one of their citizens is arrested or detained. The Convention also stipulates that consular officials should be allowed to visit and communicate with their citizens who are detained or imprisoned, and to provide them with assistance and support.
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