The agreement between the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Government of the Republic of Moldova on cooperation in the field of electric and mail service
of March 30, 1995
The government of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Government of the Republic of Moldova which are hereinafter referred to as by the Parties
being guided by aspiration to development of the existing bonds between the people of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Republic of Moldova based on equality and mutually beneficial cooperation
in view of that the bilateral relations in the field of communication shall be under construction in strict accordance with provisions of Acts of Universal Postal Union and recommendations of International union of telecommunication, and also other international treaties,
considering that interaction and cooperation in the field of communication shall develop on the basis of mutual assistance,
wishing to establish the close legal, economic and technological relations for ensuring smooth functioning of means of communication between the Parties,
agreed as follows:
The parties, being effective in volume of the powers and opportunities, according to requirements of the laws of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the laws of the Republic of Moldova will continue and expand cooperation in the field of electric and mail service.
The calculations and payments following from accomplishment of this agreement will be made according to the agreements existing between the states of the Parties on the maturity day.
All settlement on provision of services of communication will be performed on a centralized basis through the centers of settlement and authorized banks.
About all changes in the organization of mail service and telecommunication, and also will notify on procedure for mutual calculations for communication services of the Party previously each other in 3 months prior to the offered start date of these changes.
The parties guarantee freedom of transit through the territories of the countries of all types of mailings and special communication, the message on networks of telecommunication, transfer of TV schedules and broadcastings.
The procedure for the omission of transit messages is determined by networks of telecommunication further by the free standing agreement.
The parties will not apply to each other the discriminatory measures interfering or complicating activities of administrations of communication of the Parties in the third states and in relevant international organizations.
The parties render each other assistance in the organization of distribution of radio and television programs and periodicals of other Party on subscription and at retail in the territory of the state in the amounts established by contracts and agreements between the governments or the relevant departments of the Parties.
The parties agreed that all telecommunications agencies participating in provision of services bear equal responsibility to the consumer for timely and high-quality servicing. The claim treatment procedure for low-quality work of international backgrounds is determined by acts of Universal Postal Union and International union of telecommunication.
The parties agreed to use Russian for exchange of office information between operators, telegraph operators, technicians, post employees of telecommunications agencies, and also for exchange of in-house documents.
Addresses of the mailings and telegrams sent by the countries of the Parties are drawn up in Russian.
Telegrams can be accepted and be transferred by Latin letters.
In engineering procedures of transfer of interstate messages and information of the Party apply on telecommunications agencies single accounting and reporting time - Moscow.
The parties render mutual assistance concerning the organization of communication and processing of the international telephone and telegraphic and post exchange, and also special and courier communication taking into account emergency situations.
The parties agreed to coordinate regulations and rules of construction and operation of the objects of communication having interstate value.
The parties determined that if in agreements between the states of the Parties the procedure for dispute settlement, arising in the relations in the field of communication is not stipulated, telecommunications agencies of the Parties determine this procedure independently in the agreements signed between them.
The parties agreed that in case of need this agreement, by agreement, can change and be supplemented that is drawn up by the protocol which is integral part of the Agreement.
This agreement becomes effective from the date of its signing.
This agreement is effective until one of the Parties does not notify in writing through diplomatic channels other Party on the intention to terminate it. The agreement voids after three months after receipt of the notification on refusal of participation in this agreement.
It is made in Chisinau on March 30, 1995 in duplicate, everyone in the Uzbek, Moldavian and Russian languages, at the same time all texts have identical legal force.
In cases of any discrepancy in interpretation of provisions of this agreement the text in Russian is assumed as a basis.
For the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan
For the Government of the Republic of Moldova
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