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Palestine's signed International Agreements, Conventions, And Treats before 1948 (Nakba),British Mandate: A Survey of Palestine: Volume II - Page 963. Chapter XXIV
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Article 19 of the Mandate requires the Mandatory to adhere on behalf of the Administration of Palestine to

"any general international conventions already existing, or which may be concluded hereafter with the approval of the League of Nations) respecting the slave traffic, the traffic in arms and ammunition, or the traffic in drugs, or relating to commercial equality, freedom of transit and navigation, aerial navigation and postal, telegraphic and wireless communication or literary, artistic or industrial property".

Article 20 of the Mandate requires the Mandatory to co-operate on behalf of the Administration of Palestine

"so far as religious, social and other conditions may permit, in the execution of any common policy adopted by the League of Nations for preventing and combating disease, including diseases of plants and animals".

2. In accordance with the provisions of these two articles, accession to the following international conventions has been signified on behalf of Palestine :


Title of convention.

Date of accession


Article 19 :-

Slave trade

International Convention with the object 1927

of securing the Abolition of Slavery and (ratification) the Slave Trade (Geneva, 1926)

International Agreement for the Suppression 1932

of the White Slave Traffic

(Paris, 1904)

International Convention for the Suppression 1932

of the White Slave Traffic

(Paris, 1910)