The declaration on eternal friendship, alliance and partnership between the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation
of July 27, 2000
The Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation which are hereinafter referred to as by the Parties
proceeding from traditions of centuries-old friendship, community of historical destinies and mutual sympathy between the people of both countries, their aspirations to development of mutual understanding and full cooperation in the 21st century,
being guided by the Treaty of friendship, cooperation and mutual aid between the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation of June 10, 1992 which became the fundamental legal act for the bilateral interstate relations, the Declaration on expansion and deepening of the Kyrgyz-Russian cooperation of March 28, 1996 and also other arrangements in political, economic, military, scientific and technical and cultural and humanitarian areas,
considering that strengthening of friendly bonds, alliance and partnership between two countries is equitable to radical interests of the people of Kyrgyzstan and Russia, corresponds to the solution of tasks of harmonious development of the international community and construction of multipolar and democratic model of world order,
confirming the commitment to the purposes and the principles of Articles of organization of the United Nations, the Helsinki Final act and other documents of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, to the universally recognized norms of international law, and also international standards in the field of human rights,
realizing need of effective realization of potential of integration cooperation within the Commonwealth of Independent States and the performed determination to observe the obligations following from participation of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation in the Commonwealth, the Customs union and the Agreement on collective security of May 15, 1992.
1. The Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation are connected by eternal friendship and on the eve of the XXI century proclaim the invariable commitment to the relations of alliance and strategic partnership determining content and nature of their interaction both in bilateral format and on the international scene.
Kyrgyzstan and Russia will develop these relations on the basis of large-scale cooperation, mutual trust, giving versatile mutual support in questions of prevention of threat of independence, to the state sovereignty and territorial integrity, on the principles of equality and non-interference to internal affairs of each other, nonuse of force or threat of force, respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms, fair accomplishment of obligations, and also other universally recognized norms of international law.
The Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation as allies and partners will consider in every possible way legitimate interests of each other in political, economic, defense and other areas.
2. Kyrgyzstan and Russia pursue the multivector foreign policy directed to formation of the equal, mutually beneficial bilateral and multilateral relations with all states of the world, strengthening of the international and regional security and stability and in every possible way support the accruing tendencies of forming of the multipolar world built on strong basis of provisions of the Charter of the UN and the universally recognized norms of international law. Confirming coincidence or proximity of the line items on key international issues, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation will and interact closely further in the field of foreign policy, including within the UN, OSCE and other international and regional organizations and forums.
The parties will make efforts on strengthening of the central role of the UN in forming of effective system of collective security at the global and regional levels, to ensuring strict observance with all state members of regulations and the principles of the Charter of the UN.
The Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation consider that war, whether it be nuclear or using regular weapons of destruction, shall be excluded as means of permission of international disputes. In case of making of act of aggression against the either party, Kyrgyzstan and Russia will give each other necessary assistance, including military, according to the procedure of implementation of the right to collective defense according to Article 51 of Articles of organization of the United Nations, and also, using mechanisms within the Agreement on collective security of May 15, 1992 the Parties do not accept attempts of revival of dividing barriers in the international relations.
3. Considering development of cooperation within the Commonwealth of Independent States among priorities of the foreign policy, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation will continue active common efforts with the purpose to promote evolution of the CIS in effective integration community of the states in the conditions of market economy and entry into world economic system.
Special significance of the Party is attached to deepening of multilateral economic cooperation, first of all - to creation of the free trade area as necessary premises of forming in the Commonwealth of full-fledged market infrastructure, transition to higher steps of economic cooperation, development in the future of the Common Economic Space based on free movement of goods, services, labor power and the capitals.
Kyrgyzstan and Russia support every possible development and strengthening of cooperation within the Customs union, complete realization of its integration potential. The parties intend to interact closely in transformation of the Customs union to the international economic organization.
4. Kyrgyzstan and Russia are committed to further strengthening of the Agreement on collective security (DKB) adapted for new geopolitical realities of May 15, 1992 as effective instrument of opposition to any safety hazards of the State Parties. Together with contractual partners of the Party will make efforts for forming of effective system of collective security on Eurasian space.
Kyrgyzstan and Russia emphasize priority of the military-political relations between the State Parties of DKB again, noting at the same time its openness for accession of other states sharing the purposes and the principles of the Agreement.
The parties are convinced of inherent value in modern terms of the contract about restriction of antiballistic missile systems of May 26, 1972 as cornerstone of providing international peace, safety and strategic stability. They consider that implementation of any measures which are washing away the purposes and provisions of the Agreement existing now on missile defense would have an adverse effect on interests of safety not only of participants of this Agreement, but also all members of the world community, would undermine global strategic stability and steps on further reducing strategic offensive arms.
5. The Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation are strategically interested in that Central Asia was the region of the world, neighborliness and prosperity, including creation zones, free from nuclear weapon, not weakening safety of the Central Asian states and Russia and based on the commonly accepted principles and parameters of the corresponding international agreements here.
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