Third Additional Protocol to the Protocol to the European Agreement on the Protection of Television Broadcasts
Troisième protocole additionnel au Protocole à l'Arrangement européen pour la protection des émissions de télévision
Drittes zusatzprotokoll zu dem Protokoll zu dem Europäischen abkommen zum schutz von fernsehsendungen
Terzo protocollo addizionale al Protocollo all'Accordo europeo per la protezione delle emissioni televisive
1989-04-20 Strasbourg France
20 Apr 1989, Strasbourg (France). Protocol to: T-XT6502 - Protocol to the European Agreement on the Protection of Television Broadcasts - which is protocol to T-XT6012 - European Agreement on the Protection of Television Broadcasts.
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