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AGREEMENT

of June 18, 2004

About mutual ensuring safety of the classified information within the Collective Security Treaty Organization

(Protocol as amended of 19.12.2012)

The state members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization which are hereinafter referred to as by the Parties

being guided by the principles and provisions of the Agreement on collective security of May 15, 1992 and the documents accepted in its development,

proceeding from need of mutual ensuring safety of the classified information in the field of the foreign policy, economic, scientific and technical, military, military and technical, intelligence, counterintelligence, operational search and other activity performed within the Collective Security Treaty Organization

agreed as follows:

Article 1

For the purposes of this agreement are understood as the listed terms:

"classified information" - the data expressed in any form, protected according to regulatory legal acts of the Parties, transferred (received) according to the procedure, established by regulatory legal acts of each of the Parties and this agreement, and also formed in the course of cooperation of the Parties in the field of foreign policy, military, military and technical, economic, scientific and technical, intelligence, counterintelligence, operational search and other activity which unauthorized distribution can cause damage to safety and interests of the Parties;

"carriers of the classified information" - material objects, including physical fields in which the classified information finds the display in the form of symbols, images, signals, technical solutions and processes;

"authorized bodies" – state bodies and/or legal entities (the organizations, permanent working bodies) authorized by the Parties to receive, transfer, store, use and to protect the classified information transferred (received) and/or formed in the course of cooperation;

"competent authorities" - bodies of the Parties and the Collective Security Treaty Organization, responsible for implementation of this agreement;

"security classification" - the details testimonial of degree of privacy of the data containing in the carrier of the classified information, which are put down on the carrier and (or) in the accompanying documentation on it;

"the admission to the classified information" - the registrations of the right established by the Parties and/or the right of physical persons to access to the classified information, and authorized bodies - on work with use of such information;

"access to the classified information" - acquaintance authorized in accordance with the established procedure and/or work with the classified information of the physical person having the corresponding admission to the classified information;

"the privacy mode" - the sets of requirements, regulations and rules established in each of the Parties of this agreement, and also procedure for application of the measures regulating (excluding unauthorized) access to the classified information;

"the unauthorized address with such information" the bringing to publicity of the classified information or violation of established procedure (rules) of distribution of such information owing to what it becomes known to persons which do not have the admission to it;

"confidential works" - the works connected with use of the classified information including training;

permanent working bodies" – the Secretariat and the Integrated headquarters of the CSTO.

Article 2

The parties will take all necessary measures for providing the mode of privacy and safety of the classified information with authorized bodies, according to the regulatory legal acts on protection of the classified information, requirements of the Procedure for providing the mode of privacy when implementing the foreign policy, economic, scientific and technical, military, military and technical, prospecting, counterprospecting, operational search and other cooperation between Agreement parties about mutual ensuring safety of the classified information within the CSTO (further - the Procedure) attached to this agreement and which is its integral part, and bilateral international treaties.

Article 3

In the Collective Security Treaty Organization the following degrees of privacy and security classifications corresponding to them are used: "Special importance", "Top Secret", "Confidentially", correlated to degrees of privacy and security classifications of state members of the CSTO.

Based on regulatory legal acts of each of the Parties, the Parties determine that degrees of privacy and corresponding to them security classification correspond as follows:

Republic of Armenia

Republic of Belarus

Republic of Kazakhstan

Kyrgyz Republic

Russian Federation

Republic of Tajikistan

Collective Security Treaty Organization

Special importance

Special importance

Special importance

Special importance

Special importance

Special importance

Special importance

Top secret

Top secret

Top secret

Top secret

Top secret

Top secret

Top secret

Confidentially

Confidentially

Confidentially

Confidentially

Confidentially

Confidentially

Confidentially

Article 4

Each of the Parties determines the competent authority and through diplomatic channels notifies on it depositary which in accordance with the established procedure informs on it other Parties.

In case of change of competent authority each of the Parties through diplomatic channels informs depositary which notifies on it other Parties in accordance with the established procedure.

Competent authorities within the competence interact directly.

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