What are the provisions of the Vienna Convention?

I need like a 5 page papers that answers these questionsWhat are the provisions of the Vienna Convention?
What are the importance of the Vienna Convention?
How can the Vienna Convention be implemented?
What are the various abuses of diplomatic privileges and immunities?
What are possible solutions to the abuse of diplomatic privileged and immunities and also define the following onjective s 1.3 Objective Of Study
To analyze the provision of the Vienna Convention
To examine importance of the Vienna Convention
To analyze the implementation of the Vienna Convention
To examine the abuse of diplomatic privileges and immunities
To analyze possible solutions to the abuses

please let the paper have enough references. thanks , also can you please give each provision like a sub headingalso please its the Vienna convention on diplomatic relations 1961..so that you don’t mix it up

The provisions of the Vienna Convention

The Vienna convention on diplomatic relations 1961 is an international treaty which provides a framework for diplomatic relations between nations that are independent. It is an extensive document with 53 articles (United Nations, 2005). Following is an overview of the main provisions of the treaty.

Article 2

The establishment of permanent diplomatic missions and diplomatic relations between states takes place through mutual consent (United Nations, 2005).

Article 4

The receiving state has no obligation to give reasons for refusal of agreement to the sending state.

Article 5

The head of mission serves as the representative to the sending state.

Article 6

Unless there is an objection by either state, two or more states may accredit one person as the head of mission (United Nations, 2005).

Article 7

The sending state may appoint a member of the staff of the mission freely. The receiving state may request submission of the names of military, naval, or air attaches for approval.

Article 8

Diplomatic staff members of the mission should be nationalities of that state.

Article 9

The receiving state can prohibit a member of the sending state from remaining or entering the receiving state at any time without giving reasons (United Nations, 2005). The sending state either terminates or recalls the duties of that member.