XVII. INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

XVII. INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS ITALIAN PRACTICE RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW a commitment to refrain from aggressive acts and, therefore, the reference to the NATO Treaty, to which we are obviously bound, was completely inaccurate". On 2 October 2008, at the Senato della Repubblica (Senate) (65th Meeting, XVI Legislature), the Ministro degli affari esteri (Minister for Foreign Affairs), Mr. Franco Frattini, addressed almost in the same terms the issue of the relationship between the Treaty between Italy and Libya and the NATO Treaty.12 The Ministro further said that: "When [...] we make reference to Article 4 of this Treaty, [that is] to the mutual commitment to use force in compliance with international legality ­ as stated in the Treaty ­ it is clear that [...] no one has ever intended to challenge the NATO Treaty. And it is very astonishing that someone still thinks that we have been able, with a bilateral treaty, to make an attempt on a multilateral treaty; this would be, among other things, contrary to the principles of international law [...]". xvii. inteRnational oRganizations 1. united nations a. United Nations Reform On 10 April 2008, on the occasion of the informal consultations in the Open-Ended Working Group on Equitable http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Italian Yearbook of International Law Online Brill

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Copyright 2009 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0391-5107
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ITALIAN PRACTICE RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW a commitment to refrain from aggressive acts and, therefore, the reference to the NATO Treaty, to which we are obviously bound, was completely inaccurate". On 2 October 2008, at the Senato della Repubblica (Senate) (65th Meeting, XVI Legislature), the Ministro degli affari esteri (Minister for Foreign Affairs), Mr. Franco Frattini, addressed almost in the same terms the issue of the relationship between the Treaty between Italy and Libya and the NATO Treaty.12 The Ministro further said that: "When [...] we make reference to Article 4 of this Treaty, [that is] to the mutual commitment to use force in compliance with international legality ­ as stated in the Treaty ­ it is clear that [...] no one has ever intended to challenge the NATO Treaty. And it is very astonishing that someone still thinks that we have been able, with a bilateral treaty, to make an attempt on a multilateral treaty; this would be, among other things, contrary to the principles of international law [...]". xvii. inteRnational oRganizations 1. united nations a. United Nations Reform On 10 April 2008, on the occasion of the informal consultations in the Open-Ended Working Group on Equitable

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