International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism (Terrorist Financing Convention)
Ongoing

The Terrorist Financing Convention's objective is to enhance international co-operation among states in devising and adopting effective measures for the prevention of the financing of terrorism, as well as for its suppression through the prosecution and punishment of its perpetrators.

 

Adopted: 9 December 1999

Opened for signature: 10 January 2000

Entered into force: 10 April 2002

Parties: 189 (see table below)

 

The text of the Terrorist Financing Convention is available here.

More information, including the current status of the Terrorist Financing Convention, is available here.

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