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Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan on sci-tech cooperation

of July 27, 1995

The government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan which are hereinafter referred to as by the Parties

considering historically developed scientific and technical bonds between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan,

wishing to develop and strengthen cooperation between two countries in science and technology, making thereby contribution to economic and social development of both countries,

being guided by the multilateral intergovernmental agreement about sci-tech cooperation within the State Parties of the Commonwealth of Independent States signed in Moscow on March 13, 1992

agreed as follows:

Article 1

The parties will help sci-tech cooperation on the basis of the principles of equality and mutual advantage, creating for this purpose necessary organizational, legal and economic conditions.

Article 2

The cooperation within this agreement will be based on the legislation of both countries, on interstate agreements and to be regulated by them.

Article 3

The directions of bilateral sci-tech cooperation will be determined, proceeding from interests of development of science and technology in both countries.

Article 4

Content of cooperation, its economic and organizational conditions, including:

financing of cooperation;

use of results of joint research operations;

protection of intellectual property;

responsibility for accuracy of the information and quality of the materials and the equipment transferred each other in the course of cooperation;

method of operation of scientific and technical objects and scientific equipment of joint use;

insurance educational and other scientific and technical personnel on case of disease and from accidents in case of accomplishment of joint operations;

conditions of sending of scientists and specialists;

damage liability, put to the either party in case of accomplishment of joint operations,

will be approved directly by subjects of cooperation of the Parties on the basis of free standing agreements, agreements and contracts.

Article 5

The cooperation within this agreement can be implemented in the following forms:

consultations concerning forming and realization of scientific and technical policy in both countries;

implementation of joint research programs and projects;

creation of the joint research organizations, forming of joint temporary research teams, and also the innovative companies providing development of the new equipment and technologies;

scientific work in research establishments, on industrial enterprises, in higher educational institutions, technoparks of other Party, including joint field surveys and expeditions;

involvement of certain scientists and specialists of one of countries to performance of works another;

holding joint seminars, scientific conferences, meetings and exhibitions.

The cooperation can be performed also in other mutually agreed forms providing implementation of this agreement.

In case of the choice and determination of forms of support of specific joint surveys of the Party are guided only by interests of development of science and relevance of subject for economic and social progress of both countries.

Article 6

The parties will pay special attention to ensuring access of the scientific both countries to the unique and latest experimental equipment, and also will cooperate in its development, production and acquisition, in particular, for cooperation in the organizational forms specified in Article 5.

Article 7

The parties will aim at creating favorable conditions for stay in the territory of both countries of scientists and specialists, exchange of scientific devices and the equipment, scientific and technical documentation in case of accomplishment of joint surveys and developments.

Article 8

By agreement of both Parties scientific, technical experts, public institutions and the organizations of the third countries or the international organizations can be invited to participate in appropriate cases on own account if the Parties do not agree about other, in the programs and projects realized within this agreement.

Article 9

For the purpose of coordination of joint surveys and developments, and also ensuring effective implementation of this agreement, the Mixed Russian-Uzbek Commission on sci-tech cooperation (further referred to as "the Mixed Commission") which is headed by heads of the Ministry of science and technical policy of the Russian Federation and the State committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on science and technology is created.

Within this Mixed Commission consultations concerning national scientific and technical policy and economic legal regulation in this sphere will be held, and also to be performed on this basis approval of the priority directions of bilateral sci-tech cooperation.

For performance of work of the Mixed Commission the different organizational forms determined by requirements of efficiency and efficiency can be used.

The mixed Commission will hold the meetings at least once a year serially in Russia and Uzbekistan.

Article 10

This agreement does not affect the rights and obligations of the Parties following from other international treaties and the agreements signed by them.

Article 11

This agreement becomes effective from the date of its signing.

The agreement will be effective during the five-year period and to be prolonged automatically for the next five years provided that any of the Parties will not notify in writing other Party on the intention to stop its action not later than 6 months before the expiration of the corresponding period.

Changes or cancellation of this agreement will not influence the projects begun on its basis which implementation will be continued on agreed terms.

It is made in the city of Tashkent on July 27, 1995 in duplicate, in the Russian and Uzbek languages, and both texts are equally authoritative.

 

For the Government of the Russian Federation 

For the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan 

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