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AGREEMENT

of October 28, 2016

About state cooperation – members of the CIS in mining and metallurgical industry

The governments of the State Parties of this agreement which further are referred to as with the Parties proceeding from provisions of the Concept of further development of the Commonwealth of Independent States of October 5, 2007 and Strategiiekonomichesky development of the Commonwealth of Independent States for the period till 2020 of November 14, 2008, considering priority role of mining and metallurgical industry in economic and social development of the State Parties of the CIS, recognizing importance of ensuring the coordinated work of the companies of the mining and metallurgical industry of the State Parties of this agreement based on the principles of voluntary and mutually advantageous cooperation bonds and interstate specialization, recognizing need of development of competitive environment in the markets of products of mining and metallurgical industry of the State Parties of this agreement, being guided by the international obligations and the legislation of the State Parties of this agreement, agreed as follows:

Article 1

For the purposes of this agreement the term "mining and metallurgical industry" is understood as set of the companies and organizations which are engaged in exploration and production of metal ores, their enrichment and production of metal products (ferrous, non-ferrous, rare-earth metallurgy and their alloys).

The term "products of mining and metallurgical industry" is understood as the extracted metal ores, their concentrates, metals (black, color, rare-earth), their alloys and finished metal products.

Article 2

The purpose of this agreement is assistance to the companies and organizations of mining and metallurgical industry of the State Parties of the CIS in forming of the mutually advantageous cooperation bonds directed to increase in cost efficiency, technological and innovative updating, resource-and energy saving and ecological safety of industry.

Article 3

The parties perform cooperation in mining and metallurgical industry in the following main directions:

determination and approval of the priority directions of development of cooperation in mining and metallurgical industry of the State Parties of this agreement;

assistance to forming of mutually advantageous cooperation bonds between business entities of mining and metallurgical industry;

development and implementation of actions for implementation of the joint programs and projects aimed at sustainable development and increase in competitiveness of mining and metallurgical industry of the State Parties of this agreement;

development and decision making, the joint businesses promoting creation, the companies for conducting exploration and construction of mining and processing complexes;

systems analysis of development of mining and metallurgical industry;

determination of barriers in promotion of products of mining and metallurgical industry of the State Parties of this agreement in the territories of the State Parties of the CIS and development of decisions on their overcoming;

cooperation in the field of preparation, occupational retraining and advanced training of personnel for mining and metallurgical industry;

development of the decisions promoting creation of joint scientific centers for research and development works on designing and implementation of innovative technologies and products of mining and metallurgical industry.

Article 4

The parties perform mutually beneficial cooperation through the authorized (competent) bodies which are responsible for development and implementation of state policy in mining and metallurgical industry according to this agreement in case of compliance with law and international treaties of the State Parties of this agreement.

Article 5

The parties determine the list of the authorized (competent) bodies and report about it to depositary in case of delivery of the notification on accomplishment of the interstate procedures necessary for entry into force of this agreement. Each of the Parties within one month from acceptance date of such decision in writing through diplomatic channels notifies depositary on change of the list of authorized (competent) bodies.

Article 6

Authorized (competent) bodies of the Parties perform cooperation by carrying out consultations, exchange of information, opinions concerning development mining and metallurgical otrasligosudarstvo – participants of this agreement for development of mutually agreed joint decisions and actions.

Article 7

Coordinator of interaction for state cooperation – participants of this agreement in mining and metallurgical industry is Council for industrial policy of the State Parties of the CIS.

Article 8

Financing of joint actions and programs in mining and metallurgical industry is performed within the means provided in national budgets to the relevant ministries and departments for accomplishment of the functions assigned to them and also due to attraction of non-budgetary sources.

Article 9

This agreement does not affect the rights and obligations of each of the Parties following for it from other international treaties which participant is its state.

Article 10

The changes which are its integral part which are drawn up by the relevant protocol can be made to this agreement by mutual consent of the Parties.

Article 11

The matters of argument between the Parties arising in case of application and interpretation of this agreement are solved by consultations and negotiations of concerned parties or by means of other procedure approved by the Parties.

Article 12

This agreement becomes effective after 30 days from the date of receipt by depositary of the third notification on accomplishment by the Parties of the interstate procedures necessary for its entry into force which signed it.

For the Parties which performed interstate procedures later this agreement becomes effective after 30 days from the date of receipt by depositary of the relevant documents.

Article 13

This agreement after its entry into force is open for accession of any State Party of the CIS by transfer to depositary of the document on accession.

For the joining state the Agreement becomes effective after 30 days from the date of receipt by depositary of the document on accession.

Article 14

This agreement is signed sine die. Each of the Parties has the right to leave this agreement, having sent to depositary the written notice of such intention not later than 6 months to exit and having settled the obligations which arose during action of this agreement.

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