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The agreement on cooperation between the Representative of Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan for human rights (ombudsmany) and the State Bureau on human rights of the Republic of Latvia

of April 7, 2004

The representative of Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan for human rights (омбудсман) and the State Bureau on human rights of the Republic of Latvia, further referred to as with the Parties,

being guided by the conventional principles and rules of international law and the domestic legislation of the countries provided by contracting parties

aiming at establishment of contacts and cooperation within the competence,

proceeding from need of enhancement of the mechanism of human rights protection and strengthening of democratic basis for the countries,

recognizing importance of establishment of the friendly cooperation aimed at experience exchange in the field of human rights protection in their states and discussions of the actions performed by both institutes

agreed as follows:

Article 1

The parties perform cooperation in the following areas:

- exchange of information about activities in the field of protection of human rights and freedoms;

- exchange of the legal acts concerning the organization, competence and activities of the Parties and other acts concerning human rights;

- provision of mutual information on important decisions of the state bodies connected with activities of the Parties;

- organization of visits, conferences and trainings;

- rendering mutual assistance in protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens of the states of the Parties;

- establishment of the contacts connected with membership of the Parties in the international organizations in the field of protection of human rights and freedoms;

- preparation and edition of joint publications.

Article 2

Each of the Parties can accept and comply with requests of other Party for provision of information. If provision of information contradicts the legislation, to interests of public safety, public order, the Parties can refuse performed by request.

Article 3

The parties will timely notify each other on the known cases of violation of the rights and freedoms of citizens of Uzbekistan in the territory of the Republic of Latvia and citizens and not citizens of Latvia in the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan, and also to promote their recovery within the powers.

Article 4

The parties will render assistance in acceptance of joint efforts on cooperation increase with the international institutes of ombudsman, other international organizations and to inform each other on the held events.

Article 5

The parties or their authorized representatives under approval will hold meetings for summing up accomplishment of this agreement and determination of the new directions of cooperation.

Article 6

The parties will develop and realize programs of visits, training and other actions for training for both Parties promoting interdepartmental cooperation at the national and international levels and also to hold mutual meetings for the purpose of experience exchange of work and rendering the mutual practical aid.

Financial and organizational matters of cooperation are agreed by the Parties in each case.

Article 7

Correspondence and provision of information will be performed in state languages of the Parties, with transfer into the English or Russian languages.

Article 8

This agreement becomes effective from the date of signing. The agreement is signed for five years and its action will be prolonged for the next five years if at least in 3 months prior to the expiration of the corresponding period any of the Parties in writing does not notify other Party on the desire to stop its action.

It is made in the city of Riga on April 7, 2004 in duplicate in the Uzbek, Latvian and Russian languages, and all texts are equally authoritative. In case of disagreement, the text in Russian is assumed as a basis.

 

On behalf of the Representative

Oliy Majlis of the Republic

Uzbekistan by the rights

person (омбудсман) E.Vakhidov

Director State

Bureau on human rights

Republic of Latvia O. Bruvers

 

 

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