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The contract between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan on cooperation on boundary questions

of May 4, 2001

The Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan which further are referred to as with the Parties

being guided by the Contract on bases of the interstate relations, friendship and cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan of May 30, 1992, and also the conventional principles and rules of international law,

wishing to continue the cooperation relations on boundary questions,

considering need of further cooperation increase in the field of fight against smuggling of drugs, weapon and other goods and objects prohibited to movement through frontier, preventions of illegal migration, and also counteraction to the international terrorism, religious extremism,

expressing interest in implementation of effective cooperation on boundary questions,

agreed as follows:

Article 1

The parties according to the national legal system will perform and develop within this Agreement equal, the partnership aimed at providing protection of the frontiers.

Article 2

For implementation of provisions of this agreement of the Party appoint authorities.

From the Russian Side authority is the Federal Border Service of the Russian Federation.

From the Uzbek Side authority is the Committee on protection of frontier of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Article 3

Authorities of the Parties taking into account mutual interests according to the national legal system perform cooperation in the following directions:

safety of frontiers of the Parties, implementation of joint efforts on prevention and suppression of acts of terrorism, illicit movement of weapon and ammunition, the explosive, incendiary, poisoning, radioactive materials, drugs, psychotropic substances and precursors, another prohibited to export and commodity importation and objects, and also other unlawful activity through borders;

fight against illegal migration through frontiers of the Parties;

exchange of information, being of mutual interest;

operational activity for the benefit of protection of frontiers of the Parties;

experience exchange of protection of frontier, border control, training of specialists;

material logistics of activities for protection of frontiers of the Parties.

Authorities of the Parties also perform cooperation in other directions which are of mutual interest.

Article 4

The parties, their authorities in case of destabilization or threat of aggravation of situation on the frontiers hold consultations with the purpose of development of agreed measures on safety of frontiers of the Parties.

Article 5

Authorities of the Parties will organize timely exchange of information on the questions entering their competence, on a grant basis.

Authorities of the Parties undertake obligations not to transfer somebody the materials received from each other and information without written consent of authority of the Party from which these materials and information are received.

Article 6

Authorities of the Parties will determine order of interaction concerning operational activity in the separate protocol.

Article 7

Authorities of the Parties according to the national legal system will give mutual aid in material logistics of protection of frontiers of the Parties, including in development and deployment of new types of technical means of protection of border and arms, order placement on their production and repair.

Article 8

Authorities of the Parties can render mutual assistance in preparation of officer personnel which procedure and conditions they will determine in the separate protocol.

Article 9

In case of need for the purpose of accomplishment of the cross liabilities provided by this Agreement and also the solution of the questions arising in the course of cooperation authorities of the Parties will hold consultations or to create joint working groups.

Article 10

For the purpose of implementation of separate provisions of this agreement of the Party or their authorities will sign the relevant protocols.

Article 11

This Agreement is not directed against the third states and does not affect the rights and obligations of the Parties following from other international treaties which participants they are.

Article 12

By mutual consent of the Parties changes and additions which are drawn up by the relevant protocols can be made to this Agreement and are integral part of this Agreement.

Article 13

This Agreement becomes effective from the date of its signing and is effective within five years.

Action of this Agreement is automatically prolonged for the next five-year periods if any of the Parties not later than six months in writing through diplomatic channels does not notify on the intention to stop its action.

This Agreement stops the action after six months from date when one of the Parties in writing notifies other Party on intention to withdraw from the contract.

It is made in the city of Moscow on May 4, 2001 in duplicate, everyone in the Russian and Uzbek languages, and both texts are equally authoritative.

 

For the Russian Federation V. Putin

For the Republic of Uzbekistan I. Karimov

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