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OIML
The States Parties, wishing to resolve internationally the technical and administrative problems raised by the use of measuring instruments and aware of the importance of coordinating their efforts in order to achieve this, have agreed to set up an International Organization of Legal Metrology. Convention on the establishment of the International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML) was signed on October 12, 1955 in Paris, and among the 24 states Yugoslavia was a signatory. Today, this intergovernmental organization has 115 members, 57 of which are Member States and 58 are Corresponding members. Republic of Serbia is Member State of the International Organization of Legal Metrology.
 
The bodies of the International Organization of Legal Metrology are: International Conference of Legal Metrology, the International Committee of Legal Metrology, International Bureau of Legal Metrology (BIML), Technical Committees and Subcommittees.
 
Bureau of Measures and Precious Metals has signed Declarations of Mutual Confidence (DoMCs) for R 60 Load Cells and R 76 Non-automatic weighing instruments and became a participant in the Mutual Acceptance Arrangement of the International Organization of Legal Metrology (MAA) on September 7, 2006. Declaration of Mutual Confidence (DoMC) for R 49 Water Meters to measure cold potable water and hot water as a participant in the MAA has signed the Directorate of Measures and Precious Metals on November 7, 2007.