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Date
SignatureSeptember 28, 1954
RatificationJanuary 17, 1956
Entry into forceJune 6, 1960

Declarations, Reservations etc.

In a communication received on 23 August 1962, the Government of Denmark informed the Secretary-General of its decision to withdraw as from 1 October 1961 the reservation to article 14 of the Convention.
In a communication received on 25 March 1968, the Government of Denmark informed the Secretary-General of its decision to withdraw as from that date, the reservation to article 24, paragraph 2, of the Convention. For the text of the reservations withdrawn by the above communications, see United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 360, p. 132.

Declaration made upon ratification:
"Denmark is not bound by article 24, paragraph 3.
The provisions of article 24, paragraph 1, under which stateless persons are in certain cases placed on the same footing as nationals, shall not oblige Denmark to grant stateless persons in every case exactly the same remuneration as that provided by law for nationals, but only to grant them what is required for their support.
Article 31 shall not oblige Denmark to grant to stateless persons a status more favourable than that accorded to aliens in general."