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Agreement between the Government of Ukraine and Government of the Republic of Armenia on sci-tech cooperation

of July 22, 1997

Government of Ukraine and Government of the Republic of Armenia,

further "Parties", confident that the sci-tech cooperation is important component of all complex of the bilateral relations;

recognizing need of cooperation in the field of science and technologies;

considering scientific and technical bonds which developed historically, and community of priorities in development of science and technology;

in view of that such cooperation will promote consolidation of bilateral mutually advantageous trade and economic relations between both countries and the people,

agreed about the following:

Article 1

The parties in connection therewith the Agreement and national legal systems will help sci-tech cooperation on the basis of the principles of equality and mutual advantage.

Article 2

The directions of bilateral sci-tech cooperation will be determined, proceeding from long-term interests of development of science and technology in both countries.

Article 3

The sci-tech cooperation of the Parties will be performed by the ministries, departments, academies of Sciences, research establishments and the organizations, higher educational institutions, certain scientists and specialists of both states within their competence on the basis of direct agreements, agreements and contracts between them according to the national legal system. The common directorship and coordination of cooperation will be performed by the Ministry of Ukraine for science and technologies and the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia. Direct agreements, agreements and contracts shall determine economic and organizational sales terms of cooperation, namely:

the purposes and the content of cooperation expected results, terms and sales terms;

sources of financing of works, cross financial liabilities;

procedure for general use of scientific and technical objects, results of general researches and regulation of questions of distribution of the intellectual property rights which can be created as a result of cooperation;

procedure for permission of matters of argument and indemnification which can be caused within cooperation;

procedure for participation in cooperation of the organizations and faces of the third states or international organizations, financial provision of such participation and use of results of cooperation;

responsibility for accuracy of the information, quality of materials and the equipment which are transferred each other in process of cooperation.

Article 4

The cooperation within this Agreement can be performed in such forms:

implementation of general scientific and research programs and projects, implementation of their mutual examination;

general printing of results of research works;

forming of general research collectives, including for field surveys, innovative and other organizations that provide implementation of new technologies;

exchange of scientific and scientific and technical information, documentation, literature and bibliographic editions;

exchange of scientists and specialists;

advanced training of scientists and specialists by the organization of general seminars, scientific conferences, working meetings and training.

The cooperation can be performed also in other mutually agreed forms which provide implementation of this Agreement.

In case of the choice and determination of forms of cooperation of the Party are guided only by interests of development of science, economic and social progress of both countries and the people.

Article 5

For the purpose of implementation of this Agreement of the Party create the General Commission on sci-tech cooperation questions.

The Commission develops for the organization of the activities and approves Regulations of work.

Article 6

Considering importance of world-class support of scientific research and developmental developments, the Parties will pay special attention to ensuring access of the scientific both countries to the latest experimental equipment, and also will cooperate for its development, production and acquisition.

Article 7

The parties agreed that the scientific and scientific and technical information obtained during cooperation and open for publication according to the existing national legal system will be available to the world scientific community within use of the commonly accepted methods of its distribution.

Article 8

Exchange of experts, scientists and other specialists who take participation in joint projects within this Agreement is performed in prior consent, and payment by raskhodovsleduyushchy procedure:

The party which sends pays expenses of the sent specialist on moving between the specified destinations of the participating states of the Agreement;

The party which accepts completely pays expenses of the sent specialist on accommodation, food, journey and other expenses on the territories of the state, proceeding from expense rates which exist for specialists of the corresponding rank of the Party which accepts;

question of medical attendance (in case of sharp diseases or accidents) the sent specialist in the territory of the state of the Party which accepts decide at the expense of the host party on the same conditions, as for the staff of the organization of the Party that accepts.

This procedure is acting if another is not determined by the mutual arrangement of the organizations which cooperate.

Article 9

The parties provide protection of the intellectual property rights which can be created as a result of cooperation within this Agreement, according to the national legal system.

Specific questions of protection and use of the intellectual property rights are regulated by direct agreements, agreements and contracts.

Article 10

This Agreement does not violate the rights and obligations of the Parties which follow from other international treaties and the agreements signed by them.

Provisions of this agreement are carried out according to the legislation of each of the Parties and not interpreted as such which require introduction of amendments to legislations of Ukraine and the Republic of Armenia.

Article 11

In the consent of the parties to the Agreement changes and additions which are drawn up in the form of Protocols which become its integral part can be made and become effective according to the procedure, provided for the conclusion of this Agreement.

Article 12

Disputes and disagreements which can arise in the course of use and interpretation of this Agreement are solved by consultations and negotiations.


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