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The agreement between the Government of the Republic of Belarus and the Government of the Republic of Moldova on cooperation in the field of standardization, accreditation and certification

of February 22, 2001

The government of the Republic of Belarus and the Government of the Republic of Moldova which are hereinafter referred to as with the Parties

for the purpose of elimination of technical barriers in trade and economic relations between their countries,

expressing the aspiration to develop cooperation in the field of standardization, accreditation and certification, proceeding at the same time from the principles and regulations accepted in these areas by the international and regional organizations

being guided by economic interests of the states of both Parties,

within the legislation existing in both states

agreed as follows:

Article 1

The parties mutually recognize the operating state (national) systems of standardization, accreditation and certification.

Parties:

recognize accredited bodies on certifications, test laboratories (centers), test reports, certificates and marks of conformity of the state of other Party on mutually delivered goods in the collateral order determined by the bodies specified in Article 6 of this agreement recognize the certificates of experts-auditors received in the international and national systems of certification recognized by the Parties;

apply regulating documents on the standardization and certification of the state of other Party establishing mandatory requirements to mutually delivered goods and procedure for certification if their requirements do not contradict regulations and the established procedure entered by national authority on standardization and certification according to the current legislation of the state;

provide mutual knowledge and coordination of actions in cases when certification bodies of the state of one of the Parties assume to perform the activities in the territory of other state.

Article 2

The parties will perform cooperation on the basis of the agreements, protocols and programs providing:

interaction in development of regulating and methodical documents on standardization, accreditation and certification;

preparation and advanced training of personnel;

further development, enhancement and harmonization of the state (national) systems of standardization, accreditation and certification;

development of information activities in the field of standardization, accreditations and certifications.

Article 3

The parties will give mutual support in case of the accession to the international and regional organizations in the field of standardization, accreditation and certification which member is one of the Parties, and in work of these organizations.

Article 4

The parties provide confidentiality of the obtained documentation and information on the works which are carried out within this Agreement and on the achieved scientific and technical results if the transferring Party stipulates their confidentiality.

Article 5

The scientific and technical information obtained by one of the Parties during cooperation can be freely used by it if other Party did not specify its confidentiality. This information can be transferred to the third party only in case of the consent of the Party which presented her.

Article 6

Coordination of the works provided by this Agreement, and their realization are assigned:

in the Republic of Belarus - on the State committee on standardization, metrology and certification of the Republic of Belarus;

in the Republic of Moldova - on Department of technical supervision, standardization and metrology of the Republic of Moldova.

Article 7

Provisions of this agreement, if necessary, are concretized by supplementary agreements and protocols between the bodies specified in Article 6 of this agreement, according to the procedure, established by the legislation of the states of the Parties.

Article 8

This agreement does not affect the rights and obligations following from the agreements which are earlier signed by the Parties.

Article 9

All matters of argument connected with interpretation and accomplishment of this agreement will be solved by mutual consultations of the Parties and negotiations at the different levels.

Article 10

This agreement is signed sine die and becomes effective from the date of the last notification through diplomatic channels, about accomplishment of all interstate procedures by the Parties necessary according to legislations of their states for entry into force of this Agreement.

Each Party can denounce this Agreement, having notified in writing, through diplomatic channels, other Party on the intention.

The Agreement is terminated in 6 months from the date of receipt of such message by other Party.

It is made in Chisinau on February 22, 2001 in two authentic copies, everyone in the Russian and Moldavian languages, and both texts are equally authoritative.

 

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