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Paragraphs in "Joint Convention On The Safety Of Spent Fuel Management And On The Safety Of Radioactive Waste Management" coded as HOBS

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Art.29.1 1. A preparatory meeting of the Contracting Parties shall be held not later than six months after the date of entry into force of this Convention.
Art.29.2 2. At this meeting, the Contracting Parties shall:
Art.29.2.i (i) determine the date for the first review meeting as referred to in Article 30. This review meeting shall be held as soon as possible, but not later than thirty months after the date of entry into force of this Convention;
Art.29.2.ii (ii) prepare and adopt by consensus Rules of Procedure and Financial Rules;
Art.29.2.iii (iii) establish in particular and in accordance with the Rules of Procedure:
Art.29.2.a (a) guidelines regarding the form and structure of the national reports to be submitted pursuant to Article 32;
Art.29.2.b (b) a date for the submission of such reports;
Art.29.2.c (c) the process for reviewing such reports.
Art.29.3 3. Any State or regional organization of an integration or other nature which ratifies, accepts, approves, accedes to or confirms this Convention and for which the Convention is not yet in force, may attend the preparatory meeting as if it were a Party to this Convention.
Art.30.1 1. The Contracting Parties shall hold meetings for the purpose of reviewing the reports submitted pursuant to Article 32.
Art.30.2 2. At each review meeting the Contracting Parties:
Art.30.2.i (i) shall determine the date for the next such meeting, the interval between review meetings not exceeding three years;
Art.30.2.ii (ii) may review the arrangements established pursuant to paragraph 2 of Article 29, and adopt revisions by consensus unless otherwise provided for in the Rules of Procedure. They may also amend the Rules of Procedure and Financial Rules by consensus.
Art.30.3 3. At each review meeting each Contracting Party shall have a reasonable opportunity to discuss the reports submitted by other Contracting Parties and to seek clarification of such reports.
Art.31.1x An extraordinary meeting of the Contracting Parties shall be held:
Art.31.1x.i (i) if so agreed by a majority of the Contracting Parties present and voting at a meeting; or
Art.31.1x.ii (ii) at the written request of a Contracting Party, within six months of this request having been communicated to the Contracting Parties and notification having been received by the secretariat referred to in Article 37 that the request has been supported by a majority of the Contracting Parties.
Art.33.1 1. Each Contracting Party shall attend meetings of the Contracting Parties and be represented at such meetings by one delegate, and by such alternates, experts and advisers as it deems necessary.
Art.33.2 2. The Contracting Parties may invite, by consensus, any intergovernmental organization which is competent in respect of matters governed by this Convention to attend, as an observer, any meeting, or specific sessions thereof. Observers shall be required to accept in writing, and in advance, the provisions of Article 36.
Art.35.1 1. The languages of meetings of the Contracting Parties shall be Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish unless otherwise provided in the Rules of Procedure.
Art.35.2 2. Reports submitted pursuant to Article 32 shall be prepared in the national language of the submitting Contracting Party or in a single designated language to be agreed in the Rules of Procedure. Should the report be submitted in a national language other than the designated language, a translation of the report into the designated language shall be provided by the Contracting Party.
Art.35.3 3. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 2, the secretariat, if compensated, will assume the translation of reports submitted in any other language of the meeting into the designated language.