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The agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic on cooperation in the field of consumer protection

of July 8, 1993

The government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, further referred to as - the Parties,

based on the Treaty of friendship, cooperation and mutual aid between the Russian Federation and the Republic Kyrgyzstan of June 10, 1992,

in view of general interest in coordination and effective realization of state policy in the field of consumer protection,

noting importance of coordination of scientific research in the field of enhancement of the consumer protection law, forming and market development of goods and services for the population, conducting consumer examination of goods and services,

in view of the guidelines for protection of consumer interests accepted by the United Nations General Assembly on April 9, 1985 (the resolution 39/248),

pursuing the aim of creation of efficient system of consumer protection and suppression of unfair entrepreneurship, agreed as follows:

Article 1

The parties will coordinate the policy and practical activities in the field of consumer protection for the purpose of:

ensuring proper consumer protection;

forming of spheres of production and the distribution meeting requirements and requests of consumers;

encouragement of high level of ethical standards of entrepreneurial behavior;

interactions in fight against unfair business practice of manufacturers;

assistance to creation of national public associations of consumers;

cooperation increases in the field of protection of the rights and consumer interests;

creations of the market conditions providing to consumers wide choice of high-quality goods and services in case of simultaneous reduction of prices.

Article 2

1. For the purpose of implementation of the Agreement of the Party coordinate activities of relevant organs for the following directions:

implementation of the consumer protection law within competence of state bodies;

carrying out economic, legal, merchandising, social, scientific and technical, information and technological researches on problems of consumer protection and forming of the civilized market of consumer goods and services;

participation in the international organizations and actions for consumer protection;

assistance to the population, companies, organizations of both countries in realization of policy of consumer protection;

preparation and entering of offers into public authorities on harmonization of the consumer protection law, safety of goods, works and services;

development and application of obligatory regulations of safety and goods quality, works and services and encouragement of application of voluntary regulations of quality and reliability of goods;

assistance to development of public associations of consumers;

implementation of national and joint programs of informing and education of consumers.

2. The list of the directions of cooperation provided in Item 1 of this Article is not exhaustive and can be added by agreement of the Parties with other directions of cooperation.

Article 3

1. The parties will perform exchange of information about forming of the legislation and practical activities on the consumer protection which is of mutual interest and also other information on work in this area.

2. The parties will perform exchange of specialists, research of assessment of condition of commodity markets and services and their forecasting, and also social researches of opinions of consumers on goods quality and services and work of trade enterprises, household and other types of servicing.

3. The parties will develop general programs of strengthening of protection of the rights and legitimate interests of consumers, training of specialists, informing the population on mutual decisions in this area.

4. The parties will help cooperation between the state and public, including international organizations in the field of consumer protection within the relevant laws and rules of each of the Parties.

Article 4

The parties according to the legislation will encourage contacts and to help cooperation on equal and mutually advantageous basis between the organizations and the companies for questions:

implementations at these companies of new scientific developments;

creations of joint businesses on production of competitive consumer goods and rendering paid services;

carrying out certification of goods and services;

organizations of fair advertizing, timely and reliable system of information on goods (works, services), and also their manufacturers (contractors, sellers).

Article 5

Questions of carrying out coordinated policy in the field of anti-monopoly regulation of collective consumer protection are regulated by the special agreement of the Parties.

Article 6

The parties will perform coordinated policy in the field of consumer protection within the Common Economic Space on the basis of mutual advantage, abstaining from the actions causing damage each other.

Article 7

For ensuring proper consumer protection of the Party will distribute provisions of this agreement to activities of business entities irrespective of their property and forms of business.

Article 8

This agreement does not affect the rights and obligations of the either party according to other international treaties and agreements which participants they are.

Article 9

The parties will promote signing by the relevant departments of agreements or protocols on cooperation in the directions which are of mutual interest in the field of consumer protection.

The parties at least once a year will hold bilateral consultations for control of the course of accomplishment of this agreement.

For this purpose for consideration of matters of argument of the Party form bilateral Commission of representatives of the interested departments, public associations of consumers.

Article 10

This agreement becomes effective from the date of its signing and consists for a period of five years.

Its action will be prolonged automatically for the subsequent five-year periods if any of the Parties does not declare by the written notice of the desire to stop its action not later than six months before the expiration of current period.

It is made on July 8, 1993 in Bishkek in duplicate, everyone in the Russian and Kyrgyz languages, and both texts are equally authoritative.


For the Government of the Russian Federation

For the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic

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