Through Which The Agreement Tourism Cooperation Between The Republic Of Colombia And The Kingdom Of Spain, Signed In Bogota On June 09, 1900 [Fifty] And Five (1995) Is Approved

Original Language Title: Por medio de la cual se aprueba el Acuerdo de Cooperación en Materia de Turismo entre la República de Colombia y el Reino de España, firmado en Bogotá, el 09 de junio de mil novecientos [cincuenta] y cinco (1995)

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LAW 350
1997 (January 16)
Official Gazette No. 42963 of January 21, 1997
Through which the Agreement Tourism Cooperation between the Republic of Colombia is approved and the Kingdom of Spain, signed in Bogota on June 09 in 1995 (1995). Summary

Term Notes
THE CONGRESS OF COLOMBIA,
having regard to the text of the Agreement on Tourism Cooperation between the Republic of Colombia and the Kingdom of Spain, signed in Bogota on June 9 in 1995 (1995) .
(To be transliterated: photocopy of the full text of that instrument, duly authenticated by the head of the Legal Office (E.) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs attached).
AGREEMENT TOURISM COOPERATION BETWEEN THE REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA
AND THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN
The Republic of Colombia and the Kingdom of Spain
Considering the traditional ties of friendship between Colombia and Spain .
Recognizing the importance that tourism can have on the development of the economy and the strengthening of relations between the two countries.
Valuing the need to increase tourism relations between the two countries.
Encouraged by the spirit that led them to sign the General Treaty of Cooperation and Friendship of 29 October 1992 and in order to achieve development.
Emphasizing its willingness to expand cooperation in a spirit of fairness and support common interests.
AGREE AS ​​FOLLOWS:

ARTICLE 1o. Both Parties shall give special attention to the development and expansion of existing tourism relations and increased tourism between Colombia and Spain, as means for their people can improve mutual understanding of their respective histories, lifestyles and cultures, and to facilitate business cooperation in tourism.
Article 2.
. Both Parties shall support cooperation between tourism sectors of the two countries, both governmental and business, and arbitrate the form of a regular exchange of experts in promotion and tourism marketing, training and research, tourism technology and developing activities and areas tourist attractions.

ARTICLE 3. Both Parties shall cooperate, to the extent possible, in the promotion and development of the tourism sectors of the two countries through the following actions:
a) Exchanging technical missions that conduct studies on the tourism potential of the areas to be determined ;
B) Promote the exchange of business missions to evaluate business opportunity and the possibility of tourism investments;
C) Conduct cooperation programs that are intended to promote or tourist development, especially when foster specialized types of tourism that can contribute to the differential development of regions and sustainable development of tourism in each of the two countries;
D) Supporting cooperation on recovery of historic buildings for tourism purposes;
E) encourage collaboration of experts in legal matters related to the tourism sector.
Also, exchange information on the current tourism legislation in each of the two countries;
F) Disseminate information on the possibilities and tourist offers other of its own country;
G) exchange information on tourism promotion related experiences. Similarly, exchange publications and tourist promotion material, where appropriate;
H) To promote the reciprocal transfer of technology related to the development of tourism, with particular application in promotional and marketing activities between the two countries and third parties.

ARTICLE 4. The two Parties shall support cooperation in vocational tourism training, reciprocally provide information on teaching plans for tourism and collaborate in the training of managers of tourism enterprises and technicians.
To this end, each other information about the calls for scholarships and improvement in tourism aimed at foreigners, in order that they can request them the subjects of another country who meet the requirements and conditions set out in the calls will be provided.
Also, in the extent possible, establish bilateral training programs in tourism.


The 5th ITEM. Both Parties shall encourage collaboration in implementing tourism research programs on issues of mutual interest, both through Universities and Research Centers.
Also exchange information on tourism research studies they have undertaken and the results of its application

ARTICLE 6o. Both Parties shall exchange information on tourism development programs carried out in their respective countries, as well as funds of national and international funding that can be applied to those programs.

ARTICLE 7. Both Parties shall inform each other of meetings and seminars technical and tourist character that can be held in their respective countries, and seek the active or passive participation of their technicians in such acts.

Article 8. The provisions of this agreement is without prejudice to the obligations arising for each of the Parties of the treaties or international agreements signed for their respective countries.

Article 9. Both Parties agree to set up a Joint Committee on Tourism Cooperation to ensure the implementation of this agreement at any time and suggest appropriate measures for their implementation or upgrade.
This Joint Commission shall be composed of representatives of tourism administrations of the two countries, and shall meet alternately in Colombia and Spain on dates to be determined by mutual agreement.

ARTICLE 10. This Agreement shall enter into force on the day on which the Parties have notified each other compliance with the internal constitutional procedures required for its entry into force.
Shall remain in force for an initial period of two years and shall be extended by tacit agreement for successive periods of two years.
Either Party may terminate this Agreement by written notification through diplomatic channels, at least three months before the expiry date.
The termination of this Agreement shall not affect projects that are under implementation, or the guarantees and facilities established for its implementation, unless decided otherwise express written by the two parties.
Signed at Bogota, on June 9, 1995,
in two original copies in Spanish, both
having the same validity.
For the Republic of Colombia,
The Minister of Economic Development,
RODRIGO MARIN BERNAL.
For the Kingdom of Spain,
JAVIER GOMEZ NAVARRO NAVARRETE.
The Chief signed charge
Legal Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs DECLARES
:
That this reproduction is faithful copy of the original Agreement for Tourism Cooperation between the Republic of Colombia and the Kingdom of Spain, signed in Santa Fe de Bogota, DC on June 9 in 1995 (1995), a document that is on file in the Legal Office of the Ministry.
Given in Bogota, DC at nine (9)
days of April in 1996 (1996).
The Chief Legal Office (E.)
SONIA PEREIRA PORTILLA.
AGREEMENT TOURISM COOPERATION BETWEEN THE REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA
AND THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN
The Republic of Colombia and the Kingdom of Spain, Considering the traditional ties of friendship between Colombia and Spain.
Recognizing the importance that tourism can have on the development of the economy and the strengthening of relations between the two countries.
Valuing the need to increase tourism relations between the two countries.
Encouraged by the spirit that led them to sign the General Treaty of Cooperation and Friendship of 29 October 1992 and in order to achieve development.
Emphasizing its willingness to expand cooperation in a spirit of fairness and support common interests.
AGREE AS ​​FOLLOWS:

ITEM 1A. Both sides give special attention to the development and expansion of existing tourism relations and increased tourism between Colombia and Spain, as means for their people can improve mutual understanding of their respective histories, lifestyles and cultures, and to facilitate business cooperation in tourism. RAMA

PUBLIC POWER EXECUTIVE PRESIDENCY OF THE REPUBLIC
Santa Fe de Bogota, DC Approved. Undergo
consideration of the honorable National Congress for Constitutional effects.
Ernesto Samper Pizano.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs,
RODRIGO PARDO GARCÍA PEÑA. DECREES
:


ARTICLE 1B. Approval of the agreement Tourism Cooperation between the Republic of Colombia and the Kingdom of Spain, signed in Bogota on June 9 in 1995 (1995).

2B. In accordance with the provisions of article 1. 7a Act. 1994, the Agreement on Cooperation in Tourism between the Republic of Colombia and the Kingdom of Spain, signed in Bogota on June 9 in 1995, (1995), that the first article of this Act approved, it will force the country from the date the international link is perfect therefrom.

3B. This Law governs from the date of publication.
The President of the honorable Senate,
LUIS FERNANDO LONDOÑO CAPURRO.
The Secretary General of the honorable Senate,
PUMAREJO PEDRO VEGA.
The President of the honorable House of Representatives,
GIOVANNI LAMBOGLIA MAZZILLI.
The Secretary General of the honorable House of Representatives, DIEGO VIVAS
TAFUR.
REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA - NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
communication and publication. Run
prior review by the Constitutional Court
accordance with Article 241-10 of the Constitution.
Given in Santa Fe de Bogota, DC, on January 16, 1997.
Ernesto Samper Pizano.
The Foreign Minister, Maria Emma Mejia
VÉLEZ.
The Minister of Economic Development, CABRALES JOSE MARTINEZ ORLANDO




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