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The treaty of friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance between Ukraine and the Republic Georgia

of April 13, 1993

Ukraine and the Republic Georgia, the "High Contractual Parties" which further are referred to as,

- relying in touch, the developed historically, centuries-old traditions of kind communication between their people,

- considering that further development of the relations of friendship and mutually beneficial cooperation between them corresponds to radical interests of both states and serves cause of peace and safety,

- the full of determination to build democratic constitutional states in the territories,

- confirming the commitment to the universally recognized norms of international law, the purposes and the principles of Articles of organization of the United Nations,

- aiming to make the contribution to reorganization of peace, democratic and single Europe based on provisions of the Helsinki Final act, other documents of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe,

- recognizing need of increase in high-quality level of the relations and consolidation of the legal base of cooperation between two states,

agreed about it:

Article 1

The high Contractual Parties develop the relations as the friendly states. They undertake to be guided consistently by the principles of mutual respect of their state sovereignty, territorial integrity and inviolability of the existing borders, equality and non-interference to internal affairs of each other, nonuse of force or threat of force, peaceful settlement of disputes, respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms, fair accomplishment of obligations, and also other universally recognized norms of international law.

Article 2

The high Contractual Parties will cooperate with the purpose of consolidation of peace, increase in stability and safety both in global, and in regional scale.

They promote disarmament process continuation, formation and consolidation of systems and institutes of collective security, strengthening of peacekeeping role of the United Nations and Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, increase in efficiency of regional mechanisms of safety and cooperation.

Article 3

The high Contractual Parties undertake to solve disputes which can arise between them, by exclusively peaceful means and so that not to subject to threat international peace and safety.

They will also use all available opportunities in them in order that settlement of controversial international problems was performed based on rules of international law, peaceful means with use of the corresponding mechanisms which are provided both the Charter of the UN, and new structures of NBSE which are created.

Article 4

The high Contractual Parties never and under no circumstances use the armed forces against each other. Each of the High Contractual Parties undertakes not to allow uses of its territory for preparation and implementation of aggression or other violent actions against other Party.

If one of the Parties will become object of aggression, other Party will not provide to aggressor any military aid or other assistance.

Article 5

The parties closely interact within the international organizations which members they are, and also at multilateral conferences and forums for the purpose of giving of irreversible nature to positive changes in Europe and in relations between the states in general, stimulations of international cooperation in all areas.

Article 6

The high Contractual Parties attach paramount significance to further development, consolidation and institutionalization of the all-European process. They declare determination to make specific contribution to forming of single European spaces - legal, economic, cultural, ecological, technological, transport and others, to promote thereby rapprochement of the European people, relying on such values as the world, rule of law, respect of human rights, political pluralism, social justice, freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

Article 7

The high Contractual Parties agreed about carrying out regular consultations between Heads of States and Governments, representatives of state governing bodies.

Key problems of the present, consolidation of safety and cooperation in the world and Europe, including near the Black Sea, further development of the bilateral relations, and also any other questions constituting mutual interest will be subject of such consultations.

Political consultations at the highest level are performed as required. Meetings of Ministers of Foreign Affairs are performed at least once a year.

The parties promote creation of necessary conditions for broad experience exchange and information between representatives of the governments, relevant ministries and departments, and also non-governmental organizations.

Article 8

Each of the High Contractual Parties guarantees to citizens and stateless persons which constantly live in its territory, (further - citizens), irrespective of their nationality, floor, language, religion, political and other convictions, the civil, political, social, economic and cultural laws and freedoms according to the legislation and the conventional international standards in the field of human rights.

Each of the High Contractual Parties protects the rights of the citizens who live in the territory of other Party, provides them protection and support according to the universally recognized norms of international law.

Article 9

The high Contractual Parties confirm that the respect of the rights of citizens which concern to ethnic minorities exactly as well as observance by them of obligations to the state in which they live, is essential factor of the world, justice, stability and democracy.

The parties guarantee to citizens who constantly live in their territory and who treat ethnic minorities, effectively and in full to perform human rights and fundamental freedoms and to use them without any discrimination and in the conditions of full equality before the law.

The parties provide protection of ethnic, cultural, language and religious identity of ethnic minorities in the territory and create conditions for its preserving and development.

For the purpose of ensuring access to ethnic minorities which ethnic homeland is in the territory of other Party, to values of their national cultures each of the Parties promotes creation of libraries and providing them with literature and subscription of periodicals in the Ukrainian and Georgian languages respectively, encourages opening of the museums, theaters and other institutions which are connected with culture of other country, and also promotes activities of national cultural societies of other Party.

Article 10

The high Contractual Parties provide favorable conditions for development of mutually beneficial trade and economic cooperation. For this purpose they provide each other the mode of the greatest assistance.


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