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Agreement on the Authorized representations of the independent states

of March 13, 1992

The governments of the State Parties of this agreement, proceeding from need to provide effective coordination of equal and mutually beneficial cooperation of the independent states, agreed as follows.

Article 1

The governments of the State Parties of the Agreement have the right to have the Authorized representation of this state in the capitals of other State Parties of this agreement.

Article 2

The status of the Authorized representations is determined by the corresponding bilateral agreements signed according to the commonly accepted international practice.

Article 3

The agreement comes into effect from the moment of signing.

It is made in the city of Moscow on March 13, 1992 in the single copy in Russian. The authentic copy is stored in Archive of the Government of the Republic of Belarus which will send to the states which signed this agreement, its verified copy.

The agreement was signed by representatives of Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova (with amendment: "It is necessary to open embassies"), the Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine.

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