8.1 call on all member, Observer and Special Guest states to become parties to the convention and incorporate it into their national law;
8.2 create, through the Council of Europe and the European Union, the material means by which experts of the Unidroit Institute could assist those states seeking advice on incorporating the convention into national law;
8.3 promote an exchange of good practice in the application of the Unidroit Convention, especially in the field of customs and police activities;
8.4 call on the North-South Centre in Lisbon to encourage non-European countries to ratify the convention and implement it with the help of Unesco and the Unidroit Institute, and extend, if necessary, the mandate of the North-South Centre to this effect;
8.5 invite the states which have signed the convention to deposit the text of the law which incorporates the convention into their national legislation, in an official language of the convention, at the Unidroit Institute;
8.6 contribute to ensuring that, in addition to the known international courts of arbitration, the states establish an arbitration commission at the Unidroit Institute that can be called upon by the States Parties to assist in the event of disagreements concerning the interpretation of the text of the convention;
8.7 promote the results of the conference organised by the Paul Getty Institute in Amsterdam in May 1997 on the identification, origin, legal acquisition, transport and ownership of cultural property and to solve other outstanding problems as soon as possible;
8.8 ask member governments to take steps to ensure that special attention is devoted to combating international crime rings in the area of cultural property, ensure that there are sufficient police officers specialised in criminality concerning art objects and step up international police co-operation in this field.