Submission of credentials
Credentials are the instrument used by a State to designate persons entitled to represent it and to act on its behalf at an international conference. They must be issued by and bear the signature of an authority with power to bind the State, such as the Head of State, the Minister of Foreign Affairs (or the head of the competent diplomatic mission) or the Minister responsible for the questions discussed by the Conference. They must clearly indicate the identity and functions of the persons nominated.
For more information see the Credentials - Explanatory note for national delegations >