The Swiss Federal Council, on the one hand, and the International Labour Organization, on the other hand, which, after the dissolution of the League of Nations, intends to conclude an agreement regulating the legal status of the International Labour Organization in Switzerland, have agreed on the following provisions: 2. If it considers it necessary to apply the first paragraph of this article, the Federal Council addresses the International Labour Organization as quickly as circumstances permit to take the necessary measures by mutual agreement. protection of the interests of the International Labour Organization. With the position of Director General as central interlocutor, UNOG maintains close and constructive relations with the Swiss authorities at the federal and cantonal level. The Director General of UNOG meets regularly with the relevant Swiss authorities to discuss issues of mutual interest. Many questions relate to the agreement on the host country. These include the status of the organization and its staff; The application of international agreements on the privileges and immunities of the United Nations and accredited diplomatic missions to the United Nations; Security issues Planning and organizing physical conditions for international organizations; and joint cultural and social activities. This system of privileges and immunities does not apply in the same way to international organizations and their international officials, to permanent representations and their members. As far as international organisations established in Switzerland are concerned, the basic reference document is always the headquarters agreement that determines the privileges and immunities of the organisation and its officials in Switzerland. For the United Nations, for example, this is the agreement on the privileges and immunities of the United Nations between the Federal Council and the Secretary-General of the United Nations from 11 June to 1 July 1946 (RS 0.192.120.1).