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Contracting Parties under UN R129 Enhanced Child Restraints

The following Contracting Parties are officially listed by the World Forum as applying this regulation. Nonetheless, this designation does not necessarily mean that a given Contracting Party either issues its own type approvals or accepts type approvals issued by other parties as there are exceptions.

Contracting Party Effective Date
Austria 09 July 2013
Azerbaijan 09 July 2013
Belarus 09 July 2013
Belgium 09 July 2013
Bosnia and Herzegovina 09 July 2013
Bulgaria 09 July 2013
Croatia 09 July 2013
Cyprus 09 July 2013
Czech Republic 09 July 2013
Denmark 09 July 2013
Estonia 09 July 2013
Finland 09 July 2013
France 09 July 2013
Germany 09 July 2013
Greece 09 July 2013
Hungary 09 July 2013
Italy 09 July 2013
Japan 09 February 2014
Kazakhstan 09 July 2013
Republic of Korea 09 July 2013
Latvia 09 July 2013
Lithuania 09 July 2013
Luxembourg 09 July 2013
Malaysia 09 July 2013
Montenegro 09 July 2013
Netherlands 09 July 2013
New Zealand 09 July 2013
Norway 09 July 2013
Poland 09 July 2013
Portugal 09 July 2013
Romania 09 July 2013
Russian Federation 09 July 2013
Serbia 09 July 2013
Slovak Republic 09 July 2013
Slovenia 09 July 2013
Republic of South Africa 09 July 2013
Spain 09 July 2013
Sweden 09 July 2013
Thailand 09 July 2013
Tunisia 09 July 2013
North Macedonia 09 July 2013
Turkey 09 July 2013
Ukraine 09 July 2013
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 09 July 2013
Ireland 09 July 2013
Malta 09 July 2013
Albania 09 July 2013
Egypt 09 July 2013
San Marino 26 January 2016
Republic of Moldova 20 November 2016
Georgia 25 May 2015
Switzerland 09 July 2013
European Union 09 July 2013

Via the General Safety Regulation (EC) No 661/2009, all EU member-states apply UN R129; however, the EU does not itself issue or accept type approvals. Only the member-states (i.e., at the national level) may issue or accept approvals.

Nigeria 17 December 2018