1 On 24 April 1963, only two years after the adoption of its ‘sister’ convention, the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961) (‘VCDR’), the UN Conference on Consular Relations adopted the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (‘VCCR’), together with an Optional Protocol on Consular Relations concerning the Acquisition of Nationality (Nationality) and an Optional Protocol on Consular Relations concerning the Compulsory Settlement of Disputes. Before that, the International Law Commission (ILC) had adopted a final draft in 1961. The VCCR codified the...
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