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The protocol between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of Byelorussia on approval of procedure for mutual recognition of licenses, certificates and import permits and/or commodity exportation

of February 12, 1999

The government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of Byelorussia which further are referred to as with the Parties

realizing regulations of the Agreement between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Byelorussia on creation of equal conditions to subjects of managing of December 25, 1998 and the Protocol to it, for the purpose of implementation of single measures of non-tariff regulation of foreign trade in goods

agreed as follows:

Article 1

Action of the this Protocol extends to licenses, certificates and permissions (further hereinafter are referred to as - allowing documents) to import and/or commodity exportation, included in the lists determined by the Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of Byelorussia on approval of inventories to which the quantitative restrictions, prohibitions or restrictions of February 12, 1999 issued by authorized bodies according to the national legal system of the states of the Parties are applied.

Article 2

The parties will charge to the authorized bodies within one month from the effective date of the this Protocol to exchange samples of forms of allowing documents and prints of seals and to send them to customs authorities of the states.

The parties direct each other information on any change of samples of forms of allowing documents, specimen signatures of the officials signing these documents and samples of seals in time, no later than 15 days from the date of modification.

Article 3

The parties will charge to the authorized bodies to execute package of measures for mutual recognition of the allowing documents issued by these bodies.

Article 4

Before completion of forming of single customs space of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Byelorussia:

The Russian side will not issue allowing documents for implementation of export to the third countries of the goods coming from the Republic of Byelorussia, and import from the third countries of goods held for use in the territory of the Republic of Byelorussia;

The Belarusian Side will not issue allowing documents for implementation of export to the third countries of the goods coming from the Russian Federation, and import from the third countries of goods held for use in the territory of the Russian Federation.

Article 5

Disputes and disagreements in case of interpretation and application of the this Protocol will be solved the Parties by negotiations and consultations.

Article 6

In the this Protocol by mutual consent of the Parties changes and additions which are drawn up by protocols which will be its integral part can be made.

Article 7

The this Protocol becomes effective from signature date and will remain in force before the expiration of six months from the date of the written notice of one of the Parties to stop its action.

It is made in Moscow on February 12, 1999 in two authentic copies in Russian.

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