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AGREEMENT

of November 14, 2005

About the allied relations between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan

The Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan which further are referred to as with the Parties

relying on historical traditions of friendship and neighborliness between Russia and Uzbekistan and the people of two states,

recognizing important role which is played in the Russian-Uzbek relations the Contract between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan on further deepening of full cooperation in military and military and technical areas of December 11, 1999 and the Contract on strategic partnership between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan of June 16, 2004,

aiming to lift the relations between Russia and Uzbekistan to qualitatively new, allied level that will be equitable in the most complete measure to radical interests of their people, to serve case of providing and strengthening of the homeland, regional and international security and stability,

being guided by aspiration to further development of cooperation in different areas,

confirming the commitment to the purposes and the principles of Articles of organization of the United Nations, the main documents of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe,

considering the documents accepted within the Commonwealth of Independent States

agreed as follows:

Article 1

According to this Agreement of the Party on long-term basis build and develop the allied relations.

Article 2

In case of making against one of the Parties of act of aggression from any state or group of the states, it will be considered as act of aggression against both Parties.

In case of making of act of aggression against one of the Parties other Party according to the procedure of implementation of the right to collective self-defense according to Article 51 of Articles of organization of the United Nations provides it necessary assistance, including military, and also gives support other means which are at its disposal.

About the measures taken based on this Article, the Parties without delay inform the Security Council of the United Nations. When implementing these measures of the Party adhere to provisions of Articles of organization of the United Nations.

Article 3

In case of situation which, according to one of the Parties, can create threat to peace, commit breach of the peace or infringe on interests of its safety, and also emergence of threat of making against one of the Parties of act of aggression of the Party without delay puts in action the mechanism of the corresponding consultations for review of line items and coordination of practical measures on settlement of such situation.

Article 4

For the purpose of safety, peacekeeping and stability of the Party in necessary cases on the basis of separate agreements grant each other right to use of the military facilities which are in their territory.

Article 5

The parties interact for the purpose of strengthening of the world, increase in stability and safety both in global, and in regional scale. They attach special significance to further strengthening of the central role of the United Nations and its Security Council, realization of the purposes and the principles fixed in documents of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in prevention and settlement of the conflicts and the solution of regional and global problems of safety and stability.

Article 6

The parties coordinate and combine the efforts directed to increase in efficiency of mechanisms of counteraction and neutralization of threats of the international terrorism, violent extremism, distribution of weapons of mass destruction, drug trafficking, psychotropic substances and their precursors, weapon, transnational organized crime, other manifestations of new threats and challenges of safety. The parties cooperate in fight against illegal migration, including against illicit movement of physical persons from the territory and through it.

Article 7

The parties cooperate in case of assistance to enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms according to the international obligations and the legislation of each of them.

The parties according to the international obligations and the national legal system take the effective measures guaranteeing legitimate rights and interests of citizens and legal entities of one Party in the territory of other Party.

Article 8

The parties take adequate measures for development and enhancement of bilateral trade and economic relations taking into account the existing international practice.

The main directions of interaction of the Parties in this sphere are development and functioning of commodity market, services, the capital and labor power, carrying out the approved tax, monetary, monetary, trade and customs policy, encouragement and protection of investments.

The parties taking into account the legislation and the international obligations provide on the basis of reciprocity to business entities of two states favorable economic, financial and legal conditions for business activity, joint development of productions, and also implementation of mutually advantageous economic programs.

In bilateral trade and economic relations of the Party can apply to each other measures of protection of economic interests of domestic manufacturers of goods and services on non-discriminatory basis according to rules of international law.

Article 9

The parties taking into account the high level of the military and military and technical cooperation reached on the basis of current agreements actively interact in questions of upgrade and reforming of armed forces, their equipment by modern arms and military equipment, increases in their combat readiness, and also in other directions in the field which are of mutual interest. The parties in every possible way promote creation of necessary conditions for the conclusion by authorized subjects of military and technical cooperation of the corresponding contracts in foreign trade.

Article 10

The parties deepen mutually beneficial cooperation in joint development and use of national and international transport infrastructures, providing in the territory of favorable conditions for implementation of transit transportations of passengers and loads, and also possible attraction for these purposes of investments from the third states and international financial institutions.

Article 11

The parties provide equal and mutually beneficial cooperation in scientific and technical, energy, financial, investment, bank, aircraft manufacturing, communication areas, in nuclear power engineering, in the field of information technologies, other spheres which are of mutual interest and according to the national legal system create for this purpose necessary favorable conditions.

The parties sign agreements in the specific directions of such cooperation.

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