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PARCEL POST CONVENTION-TURKEY. ~:1~;~'1TarmstroBot (talk) 17:17, 19 November 2014 (UTC)' 3203 (e) Toutes les matieres ex- plosibles ou inflammables et, en general, tout objet qui par so. nature ou par son emballage peut presenter du danger pour les agents, salir ou detenorer les autres envois; (f) des objets obscenes ou im- moraux; (g) il est, en outre, interdit d'expemer dans des colis non assures: Des pieces de monnaie, des billets de banque, des billets de monnaie, des valeurs qUelconques au porteur, du platine, de l'or ou de l'argent (manufactures ou non) des plerreries, des bijoux ou d'autres objets precieux. Si un colis contenant des objets enumeres sous (g) est expedie sans etre assure, il Ie sera fait par Ie pays destinataire et sera traitc en conse9uence. 2. { .luand un colis tombant sous Ie coup de ces interdictions est expedie par une Administration a l'autre, cette derniere procedera en conformite de ses propres lois et reglements interieures. Les matieres explosibles ou in- flammables ainsi que les docu- ments, images et autres objets injurieus a 10. morale publique pourront etre detruits sur place par l'Administration qui en con- statera 10. presence. Le fait qu'un colis contient une lettre, note on document ayant Ie caractere de correspondance ac- tuelle et personnelle ne peut, en aucun cas, entrainer Ie renvoi du colis a I' expediteur. La Iettre, etc., est, toutefois, frappee dn timbre pour 10. perceptIOn du destinataire de 10. taxe postale reglemcntaire. Les deux Administrations se communiquent, au moyen de 10. liste des objets interdits publiee par Ie Bureau International de l'Union Postale Universelle, tous les objets prohibes. Toutefois, eUes n'assument de ce chef aucune responsabilite envers les organes de 10. douane et de 10. police ou envers l'expediteur. (e) any explosive or inflam- mable material, and in general, any article which by its nature or packing may be a source of danger to postal employees or may soil or damage other parcels. (f) obscene or immoral articles ; (g) it. is, I?oreover, forbidden su~iTarmstroBot (talk) 17:17, 19 November 2014 (UTC)r!. unin to send m unmsured parcels: Coins, bank notes, currency notes, securities payable to bear- er, platinum, gold or silver (whether manufactured or un- manufactured), precious stones, jewels, or other precious articles. If a parcel which contains arti- cles enumerated under (g) is sent uninsured, it shall be placed under insurance by the country of des- tination and treated accordingly. 2. When a J.larcel contravening Prohibited articles these prohibitIOns is sent by one erroneously handled. Administration to the other, the latter shall proceed in accordance with its own laws and inland regulations. Explosive or inflammable mate- rials as well as documents, pic- tures and other articles injunous to public morals may be destroyed on the s:pot by the Administration which dIscovers them. The fact that a parcel contains Parcel containing a INter. a letter, note or document hav- ing the character of actual and personal correspondence may not, m any case, entail the return of the parcel to the sender. The letter, etc., is, however, stamped for the collection of postage due from the adressee at the regular rate. The two Administrations ad- Li~t of articles to be • publIShed. ViSe each other, by means of the List of Prohibited Articles pub- lished by the International Bu- reau of the Universal Postal Union, of all prohibited articles. However, they do not assume, on that account, any responsibility towards the customs and police authorities, or towards the sender.