International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings (Terrorist Bombings Convention)
Ongoing

The Terrorist Bombings Convention's objective is to enhance international co-operation among states in devising and adopting effective and practical measures for the prevention of acts of terrorism and for the prosecution and punishment of its perpetrators.

 

Adopted: 15 December 1997

Opened for signature: 12 January 1998

Entered into force: 23 May 2001

Parties: 170 (see table below)

 

The text of the Terrorist Bombings Convention is available here

More information on the Terrorist Bombings Convention, including the status, is available here.

The following article related to the Terrorist Bombings Convention was published in the Nuclear Law Bulletin:

  • The Universal Legal Framework Against Terrorism, by W. Gehr (NLB 79, p. 5).

 

Parties to the International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings
Afghanistan Costa Rica Iraq Morocco Sierra Leone
Albania Côte d'Ivoire Ireland Mozambique Singapore
Algeria Croatia Israel Myanmar Slovak Republic
Andorra Cuba Italy Namibia Slovenia
Antigua and Barbuda Cyprus Jamaica Nauru Solomon Islands
Argentina Czech Republic Japan Netherlands South Africa
Armenia Democratic Republic of the Congo Kazakhstan New Zealand Spain
Australia Denmark Kenya Nicaragua Sri Lanka
Austria Djibouti Kiribati Niger Sudan
Azerbaijan Dominica Korea Nigeria Sweden
Bahamas Dominican Republic Kuwait Niue Switzerland
Bahrain Egypt Kyrgyzstan North Macedonia Tajikistan
Bangladesh El Salvador Lao People's Democratic Republic Norway Tanzania
Barbados Equatorial Guinea Latvia Pakistan Thailand
Belarus Estonia Lesotho Palau Togo
Belgium Eswatini Liberia Panama Tonga
Belize Ethiopia Libya Papua New Guinea Trinidad and Tobago
Benin Fiji Liechtenstein Paraguay Tunisia
Bolivia Finland Lithuania Peru Turkey
Bosnia and Herzegovina France Luxembourg Philippines Turkmenistan
Botswana Gabon Madagascar Poland Uganda
Brazil Georgia Malawi Portugal Ukraine
Brunei Darussalam Germany Malaysia Qatar United Arab Emirates
Bulgaria Ghana Maldives Romania United Kingdom
Burkina Faso Greece Mali Russia United States
Burundi Grenada Malta Rwanda Uruguay
Cabo Verde Guatemala Marshall Islands Saint Kitts and Nevis Uzbekistan
Cambodia Guinea Mauritania Saint Lucia Venezuela
Cameroon Guinea-Bissau Mauritius Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Viet Nam
Canada Guyana Mexico San Marino Yemen
Central African Republic Honduras Micronesia Sao Tome and Principe Zambia
Chile Hungary Moldova Saudi Arabia  
China Iceland Monaco Senegal  
Colombia India Mongolia Serbia  
Comoros Indonesia Montenegro Seychelles