(b) in respect of words spoken or written_and acts done by them in the course of the performance of their mission, ïmmunity from legal process of every kind. This immunity from legai process shall continue to be accorded notwithstandmg that the persons concerned are no longer employed on missions tor the United Nations;
(c) inviolability for all papers and documents;
(d) for the purpose of their communications with the United Nations, the right to use codes and to receive papers or correspondence by courier or in sealed bags;
(e) the same facilities in respect of currency or exchange restrictions as are accorded to representatives of foreign governments on temporary official missions;
(ƒ) the same immunities and facilities in respect of their personal baggage as are accorded to diplomatic envoys.
Section 23. Privileges and immunities are granfced to experts in the interests of the United Nations and not for the personal benefit of the individuals themselves. Thé Secretary-General shall have the right and the duty to waive the immunity of any expert in any case where, in his opinion, the immunity wouM impede the course of justice and it can be waived without prejudice to the interests of the United Nations.
United Nations laissez-passer.
Section 24. The United Nations may issue United Nations laissez-passer to its officials. These laissez-passer shall be recognized and accepted as valid travel documents by the authontie of Members, taking into account the provisions of Section to.
Section 25. Applications for visas (where required) fro the holders of United Nations laissez-passer, when accompani« by a certificate that they are travelling on the business, ol United Nations, shall be dealt with as speedily as possibie. addition, such persons shall be granted facilities tor spee j travel.
Section 26. Similar facilities to those specifiecl in_ section shall be accorded to experts and other persons who, tnouD[