Such agreements are published in the Systematized Collection of Federal Law (RS). Diplomatic status in international organizations is granted to heads, deputy heads and senior officials (S-5 and above). The legal status of the prerogatives of the Permanent Representations established in Geneva varies according to the nature of these delegations. In short, its regime is as follows: with the Office of the Director General as its central interlocutor, UNOG maintains close and constructive relations with the Swiss authorities at the federal and cantonal levels. The Director General of UNOG meets regularly with the competent Swiss authorities to discuss issues of mutual interest. Many questions concern the host country agreement. These include the status of the organization and its staff; The application of international agreements on the privileges and immunities of both the United Nations and diplomatic missions accredited to them; safety is important; Planning and organizing the physical conditions of international organizations; and joint activities in the cultural and social field. 4. In the event of disagreement between judges on the election of a President, the President shall be elected by the President of the Supreme Court of the Netherlands at the request of the Members of the Tribunal. 2.
If it considers it necessary to apply paragraph 1 of this Article, the Swiss Federal Council shall, as soon as circumstances permit, address the International Labour Organisation to define, by common accord, the measures necessary for the protection of the interests of the International Labour Organisation. 5. The court may be seized of an application by one of the parties. Relations between the United Nations and Switzerland are governed by the Agreement on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations, concluded on 19 April 1946. .