At the request of one of them, the Director-General and the relevant Austrian authorities consult on the possibilities of facilitating entry into the territory of the Republic of Austria and the use of the means of transport available by foreign persons who wish to go to the headquarters and who do not enjoy the privileges provided in Section 27. However, international organizations have the right to withdraw from immunity. This issue is dealt with on a case-by-case basis by each organization. The proposal to abolish immunities could be invoked by third parties with international organizations. This could be requested by the national court, for example, because some immunities are contrary to general moral standards. B, for example, if the complaint is made by the victim and immunity does not compensate.  The doctrine of immunity is an integral part of international customary law. However, there are some differences between state immunity and the immunity of international organizations. For example, a state has been beginning to enjoy immunity since its inception, whereas the immunity of the organization, as always, arises only from a treaty and is enshrined in its constituents or in other international legal documents. Moreover, these immunities, based on the principle of functional necessity, are granted to international organizations to carry out their functions freely.  Therefore, organizations, as the cosequence of the functional basis of these immunities, could only benefit from the privileges and immunities necessary for the complete filming of this objective.  The IAEA may set up and operate additional telecommunications equipment, which can be defined by a complementary agreement between the IAEA and the relevant Austrian authorities. to reach an agreement to establish the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency in or near the city of Vienna and to resolve the resulting issues: in addition to the aforementioned structures, the immunities and privileges of certain other intergovernmental organizations and bodies are governed by specific international conventions, including the General Convention on Privileges and Immunities of the 1949 , treated;  Agreement on the privileges and immunities of the Organization of American States of 1949;  Ottawa Convention on the Status of NATO, National Representatives and the International Staff;  Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the League of Arab States of 1953;  Agreement on the status of the Western European Union, national representative and international staff of 1955;  Agreement on the privileges and immunities of the International Atomic Energy Agency of 1959;  Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Organization of African Unity of 1992;  Agreement on the privileges and immunities of the 1997 International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea;  Protocol on the privileges and immunities of the 1998 International Seabed Authority; Convention on the privileges and immunities of the 2001 Eurasian Economic Community; Shanghai Cooperation Organization Convention on Privileges and Immunities of 2004.
In short, all of these documents provide for immunities of any form of judicial procedure, except to the extent that the Secretary-General authorizes the waiver in each particular case.  In addition, functional immunity is also justified for reasons of pride and prestige. In particular, the lack of immunity can open a flood of unfounded claims and, subsequently, undermine the authority of international organizations.