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The protocol on withdrawals from free trade regime to the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic on free trade

of June 22, 1995

Became effective since November 11, 1995.

Plenipotentiaries of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic concluded the this Protocol as follows:

Article 1

Withdrawals, stipulated in Article 1 Agreements between the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic on free trade of June 22, 1995, extend on:

1. The goods falling under operation of the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan on export procedure and the commodity import functioning at the time of customs clearance of goods, in particular on:

- goods which export is performed based on registration of contracts;

- goods which export and import is performed according to licenses based on permission of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Kazakhstan;

- strategically important resources;

- goods which import is performed according to licenses.

2. The goods falling under operations of the Kyrgyz legislation on export rate and also legislations on licensing and quoting of the commodity export (works, services) operating at the time of carrying out customs clearance of goods in case of their export from the Kyrgyz Republic to the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Article 2

1. Withdrawals from free trade regime according to Article of 1 this Protocol, extend to the goods falling under operations of the Kazakhstan legislation on export rate. The parties also provide regime of the favored nation about that, as for:

- the taxes and fees levied when exporting including methods of collection of such taxes and fees;

- the provisions concerning customs clearance of transit, transportation, warehousing, overload and other similar services;

- payment methods and payment transfer;

- issues of export certificates and certificates;

- the rules concerning sale, purchase, transportation, distribution and use of goods in the domestic market.

2. Provisions of Item 1 of this Article are not applied to:

- to the benefits provided to the either party to the third countries for the purpose of creation of custom union or the free trade area or as a result of creation of such union or zone;

- to the benefits provided to developing countries according to the legislation of the Parties;

- to the benefits provided to neighboring countries for the purpose of simplification of border trade;

- to the benefits provided by the Parties each other according to special agreements.

Article 3

1. The this Protocol is integral part of the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic about free trade of June 22, 1995 and becomes effective along with the called Agreement.

2. The this Protocol affects the period to the conclusion of the new Protocol, the stipulated in Article 1 Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic on free trade of June 22, 1995. It is made in Bishkek on June 22, 1995 in two authentic copies, everyone in the Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Russian languages.

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