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The agreement between the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic on cooperation in questions of control over drugs and their precursors

of May 6, 1998

The government of the Republic of Tajikistan and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic which are hereinafter referred to as with the Parties

being deeply concerned growing scales of problem of abuse and illicit trafficking in drugs and psychotropic substances (hereinafter is referred to as further drugs), posing serious threat of life, to health, welfare of their people;

understanding that scales of threat of drugs require development of new strategy and approaches of strengthening international cooperation;

considering that strengthening of cooperation in fight against drug trafficking and abuses of them is equitable to radical interests of the people of both states;

in view of developed within the United Nations of the Single Convention on drugs of 1961 with subsequent changes and amendments, Conventions on psychotropic substances of 1971 with subsequent changes, Conventions on fight against illicit trafficking in drugs and psychotropic substances of 1988;

considering - the purposes and tasks proclaimed the World Programme of Action on international cooperation in fight against production, the offer, demand, illicit trafficking and distribution of drugs and psychotropic substances of 1990;

being guided by the conventional principles and rules of international law;

The parties on condition of the compliance with laws and rules existing in their states cooperate for the purpose of development of the approved strategy and joint efforts of fight against illicit trafficking in drugs and psychotropic substances, enhancement of activities of law enforcement agencies for the prevention, investigation and suppression of their illicit trafficking, and also accomplishment of the international obligations,

agreed as follows;

Article 1

The cooperation provided by this agreement is performed by direct contacts and arrangements between competent authorities of the Parties.

From the Republic of Tajikistan competent authorities are:

* State commission on control of drugs;

* Ministry of Foreign Affairs;

* Ministry of Internal Affairs;

* Ministry of safety;

* Ministry of Health;

* Customs Committee under the Government;

* Committee on protection of frontier under the Government.

From the Kyrgyz Republic competent authorities are:

* State commission under the Government on control of drugs;

* Ministry of Foreign Affairs;

* Ministry of Internal Affairs;

* Ministry of homeland security;

* Ministry of Health;

* State Customs Committee.

Article 2

The parties will coordinate the national policy and to aim to speak from the approved line items at the international forums concerning control over drugs.

Competent authorities of each of the Parties according to the national legal system will be on own initiative or on demand in perhaps short time to communicate:

1) about forms and methods of identification of sources of drugs in illegal turnover and about the methods applied to suppression of their distribution about technique of identification of consumers of drugs, the organization of their accounting, about the organization of operational search activities for identification of distributors of drugs;

2) about the elicited facts or attempts of illicit movement of drugs in the territory or from the territory of one of two states;

3) about methods of concealment of the drugs applied in case of their transportation and about methods of identification of drugs;

4) about the established illegal carriers of drugs and the revealed routes of their movement;

5) about the cases in the relation of face or group of persons which broke the laws on fight against abuses and drug trafficking;

6) money-laundering, received from illegal transactions with drugs.

Article 3

Information provided by the Parties as in oral, and in writing, will be considered as confidential and to be used only for the purpose of this agreement.

Each of the Parties provides confidentiality of the data transferred by other Party if the transferring Party considers undesirable their disclosure. Degree of closeness of data is determined by the Party transferring information.

The parties do not represent to mass media of the data, following from provisions of this agreement, without the consent of other Party if their distribution can cause damage to interests of other Party or interests of collateral actions of the Parties.

Article 4

The parties perform the approved actions and transactions for overlapping of channels of illicit movement of drugs, including carrying out controlled deliveries. Decisions on carrying out controlled delivery begin to consider if necessary in each separate case financial arrangements of the Parties.

Article 5

The parties transfer samples of the drugs confiscated in the territory of their states to the order of the laboratories working according to international standards for the analysis and studying for the purpose of determination of their origin, and also their chemical and physical characteristics. The data of the Party received thus represent each other.

Article 6

Competent authorities of the Parties according to the national legal system perform investigation and search operations on requests.

Article 7

The parties cooperate in case of detection, control and destruction of the plantations and cultures cultivated for production of drugs in defiance of provisions of the Single Convention on drugs of 1961 with the amendments made to it.

Article 8

The parties will establish direct communication channels between competent authorities for the purpose of ensuring effective interaction within implementation of this agreement.

Article 9

Competent authorities of the Parties cooperate in development and deployment of new methods of treatment, prevention of drug addiction and social resettlement of addicts.

The parties promote exchange of information in this area, encourage it, and also perform exchange of delegations of specialists.

Article 10

The parties through the competent authorities cooperate in training and retraining of personnel, perform exchange of specialists and experts in the field of control over drugs.

Article 11

The parties exchange National Lists of the drugs, psychotropic substances and precursors which are under control and notify each other on the changes made to them.

Article 12

The parties perform export and import trade by drugs according to their obligations according to universal international conventions in the field of control over drugs.

Article 13

The parties communicate about the legislation and practice of the states in the field of control over drugs.

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