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2806 UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONVENTION. MARCH 20,1934. . Executory regula- R~GLE~IENT D 'EXECU - REGULATIONS OF EXECU- tIOOS. TION DE LA CONVENTION TION OF THE UNIVERSAL POST ALE UNIVERSELLE POSTAL CONVENTION Mea.~ures adopted. A 1,te, p. 2746 . Les soussignes, vu l'article 4 de la Convention postale uni- verselle conclue au Caire Ie 20 mars 1934, ont, au nom de leurs Administrations respectives, ar- r~te, d'un commun accord, les mesures suivantes pour assurer I'execution de Iadite Conven- tion: TITRE I General provisions. DISPOSITIONS GENERALES. CUAPITRE UNIQUE ARTICLE 101 Transit en depeches closes et transit a decouvert. o~:m~if\s.elosed BDd Les Administrations peuvent s'expedier reciproquement, par l'intermediaire d'une ou de plu- sieUl'S d'entre elles, tant des dep~ches closes que des corres- . pondances a decouvert, suivnnt m2R:~.mRl1 to Inter- les besoins du trafic et les con- venances d u service. La trans- mission des correspondances . A .dministration a decouvert a une Administra- hmlted. tion intermediaire doit se limiter strictement aux cas ou la con- Exchange in elosed mails. fection de dep~ches closes ne se justifie pas. ARTICLE 102 Echange en depkhes closes. l.- L'echange des correspon- dances en dep~ches closes est regIe d'lln commun accord entre les Administrations interessees_ Il est obligatoire de former des dep~ches closes toutes les fois qu'une des Administrations inter- meru.aires en fait la demande, se basant sur Ie fait que Ie nombre de correspondances a decouvert est de nature a entraver ses operations. 'rhe undersigned, in view of Article 4 of the Universal Postal Convention concluded at Cairo on ~farch 20, 1934, have, in the name of their respectjve Admin- istrations, drawn up, by common consent, the following measures to assure the execution of the said Convention: TITLE I GENERAL PROVISIONS SOLE CHAPTER ARTICLE 101 Transit in closed mail8 and transit in open mail Administrations may send re- ciprocally, thru the intermediary of one or more of them, both closed mails and correspondence in open mail, in accordance with the needs of the traffic and the requirements of the service. The transmission of correspondence in open mail to an intermediate Ad- ministration must be limited strictly to cases where the prepa- ration of closed mails is not justified. ARTICLE 102 Exchange in closed mails 1. The exchange of corre!Spond- ence in closed mails is governed by mutual agreement between the Administrations concerned. It is obligatory to make up closed mails whenever one of the intermediate Administrations so requests, basing its request on the fact that the number of articles in open mail is such as to hinder its operations.