Cooperation of State

Belgium

Belgium - Act on Cooperation with ICC 2004 EN

TITLE II COOPERATION WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS
Article 3
Pursuant to article 86 of the Statute, Belgium shall cooperate fully with the Court in its investigations and prosecutions in respect of crimes within its jurisdiction.

Article 4
Cooperation with the Court shall be governed by the provisions of the Statute, the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, and Title II of this law.

Belgium - Royal Decree on the organization of the Belgian Task Force for International Criminal Justice 2014 EN

CHAPTER 1. - Denomination of the Belgian Task Force for International Criminal Justice (BTF ICJ)

Article 1.
A platform for coordination, consultation and information exchange named Belgian Task Force for International Criminal Justice (in abbreviated form BTF ICJ), hereinafter referred to as the BTF ICJ, is established as described in this Decree. It also covers the tasks of the Belgian Task Force for the International Criminal Court and the international criminal tribunals (in abbreviated form BTF ICC-ICT).

CHAPTER 3. - Competences of the BTF ICJ and holding of its meetings

Section 1. - Plenary meetings of the BTF ICJ

Article 7.
1. The plenary meetings of the BTF ICJ aim at considering transversal issues relating to international criminal justice and, notably, to the cooperation with the international criminal jurisdictions, but not to a specific request for assistance or the execution thereof.

Rome Statute

Article 86 General obligation to cooperate

States Parties shall, in accordance with the provisions of this Statute, cooperate fully with the Court in its investigation and prosecution of crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court.