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Contract on eternal friendship between the Republic of Uzbekistan and Republic of Tajikistan

of June 15, 2000

The Republic of Uzbekistan and the Republic of Tajikistan which further are referred to as with High contracting parties

considering that strengthening brotherly, friendly and good-neighbourhood between High contracting parties is equitable to radical interests of the people of both states, serves cause of peace and safety,

confirming the commitment to the principles and the purposes of the Charter of the UN, the Helsinki final Act and other documents accepted within OSCE and the Commonwealth of Independent States

recognizing feasibility of coordinated actions on the international scene and close cooperation in military-political area,

considering necessary deepening of economic cooperation of two countries, creating favorable conditions for its further development,

for the purpose of further development and strengthening of the existing cooperation relations in the spirit of traditional friendship of the Uzbek and Tajik people having century historical roots and community in the field of culture and traditions

recognizing importance of implementation of common efforts on maintenance of international peace, regional security and stability,

agreed as follows:

Article 1

High contracting parties, being the brotherly and friendly states, build the relations on the basis of mutual understanding, cooperation and mutual trust.

High contracting parties confirm the determination to actively develop the relations on the basis of respect of independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity, inviolability of borders of both states, the principles of non-interference to internal affairs of each other, equality and mutual advantage.

Article 2

High contracting parties will develop cooperation, giving versatile support, first of all, in questions of prevention of threat of independence and to sovereignty, territorial integrity.

High contracting parties will actively interact for the purpose of strengthening of the world, the international stability and regional security, increase in efficiency of cooperation in fight against the international terrorism, arms trafficking and drugs, religious and other forms of extremism, illegal armed groups, and also for the purpose of enhancement of mechanisms of settlement of the regional conflicts and other crisis situations infringing on interests of High contracting parties.

Article 3

High contracting parties confirm the obligation not to enter into the military alliances or to take part in any groups of the states, and also in the actions directed against other High contracting party. High contracting parties not allow uses of the territories, systems of communications and other infrastructure by the third states or representatives of illegal armed groups for the purpose of preparation or implementation of the armed aggression or other hostile activities against other High contracting party.

In case of situation which represents threat of armed attack on one of High contracting parties from the third states or illegal armed groups High contracting parties without delay will hold consultations with the purpose of coordination of the action. The necessary assistance, including military and technical will be provided to the corresponding High contracting party, and also support by the means which are at the disposal of the Parties according to the procedure of implementation of the right to collective defense according to article 51 of the Charter of the UN is given.

Article 4

High contracting parties interact for the purpose of strengthening of the world, increase in stability and safety in Central Asia.

High contracting parties promote strengthening of collective security, and also strengthening of peacekeeping role of the UN, OSCE and increase in efficiency of mechanisms of settlement of the regional conflicts and other situations infringing on interests of High contracting parties, coordinate the line items in these areas for the purpose of implementation in need of collateral or coordinated actions.

High contracting parties hold on regular basis consultations on the questions which are of mutual interest.

Article 5

Each of High contracting parties guarantees to the citizens of other High contracting party living in its territory irrespective of their national identity, religion or other distinctions, the political, social, economic and cultural rights and freedoms, according to the international standards about human rights.

High contracting parties provide the right to preserving and development of national culture and language of the Tajiks living in the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Uzbeks living in the territory of the Republic of Tajikistan.

High contracting parties adjust exchange of textbooks, education and guidelines manuals for all types of organizations of education with the Uzbek and Tajik languages of training. Conditions of such exchange will be determined by separate arrangements.

Article 6

High contracting parties promote development and strengthening of common economic space in Central Asia, and also bilateral economic, trade relations, bonds in the field of science, culture, education, technologies, ecology and environmental protection taking into account long-term perspectives and on mutually advantageous conditions.

High contracting parties will strengthen cooperation, first of all in the field of the industry, agricultural industry, communication, telecommunications, power, financial and banking activity.

Each of High contracting parties beforehand informs other High contracting party on economic decisions which can affect its rights and legitimate interests and abstains from implementation of the measures directed to deterioration in trade and economic cooperation.

Article 7

High contracting parties will perform cooperation in the field of development of transport communications, transit of goods and services on favorable and mutually advantageous conditions.

Article 8

Each of High contracting parties guarantees protection of the property right and property of legal entities and physical persons of other High contracting party in the territory.

Article 9

High contracting parties will encourage contacts between cultural and educational institutions of both countries, and also exchange of specialists.

Each of High contracting parties provides to the citizens broad access to studying of language, culture, works of art, literatures and seals of other High contracting party, including in the educational institutions. Citizens of High contracting parties have the equal rights to training in educational institutions of two countries on the basis of the legislation acting in them.

The high contracting party grants the right to acquaintance with archive, historical documents for studying and research by specialists of other High contracting party.


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