The Negotiation Of The Agreement On Cooperation In Agriculture With Israel

Original Language Title: o sjednání Dohody o spolupráci v zemědělství s Izraelem

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Read the untranslated law here: https://portal.gov.cz/app/zakony/download?idBiblio=44256&nr=171~2F1996~20Sb.&ft=txt

171/1996 Coll.



The COMMUNICATION FROM the



Ministry of Foreign Affairs



Ministry of Foreign Affairs communicates the 12 October. January 1996

Prague signed the agreement on cooperation in agriculture between the Government of the United

the Republic and the Government of the State of Israel.



The agreement on the basis of its article 6, entered into force on 29 April 2006. April

1996.



The Czech version of the agreement shall be published at the same time.



The AGREEMENT



on cooperation in agriculture between the Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of the State of

Israel



In order to encourage and ensure effective cooperation in agriculture

concluding, the Government of the Czech Republic and the Government of the State of Israel, hereinafter referred to as "the Contracting

the parties ", the following agreement:



Article 1



Cooperation in agricultural research



The Contracting Parties agree to cooperate in different areas

agricultural research, taking in account the needs of both States.



The cooperation will cover the following areas: the protection provided for

soil fertility, protection of water resources from znečistěním, protection

plant including integrated biological protection, nutrition and fertilization,

technology of greenhouse farms, fruit and vegetable care after

the harvest and exchange of genetic materials, fruit crops and vines.



Article 2



Veterinary services



Cooperation in the field of veterinary medicine will include the following

area: prevention, diagnosis and treatment of various diseases of animals, development of

new biological resources, cooperation in the field of Immunology,

hygiene and quality of the food of animal origin.



Article 3



Issues related to land and water



The Contracting Parties agree to cooperate in the abovementioned areas, with

emphasis on the following main topics: water resources management,

groundwater protection, ways of recycling water for the needs of agriculture,

the development of irrigation and drainage systems.



Article 4



Education in the field of agriculture



The Contracting Parties agree to cooperate in the field of education

Agriculture, including organising lectures and the use of computers for

different areas of agriculture, the participation of students in international courses

in Israel, organized by the Department for international cooperation

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Centre for the development of international

cooperation in agriculture in the Ministry of agriculture. All of the other

points of cooperation, on which both parties agree, will be contained in

plans of cooperation undertaken under this agreement.



Article 5



The procedure for implementation of the agreement



and framework) for the purpose of implementing this agreement, the joint will be created

the Committee of experts, which will be in collaboration with professional work

groups to develop detailed cooperation plans in the individual

fields of activities contained in this agreement.



(b)) the Joint Committee will meet regularly every two years

Alternately, in Jerusalem and in Prague. Date and place of the first meeting of the

established ministries of Agriculture of both States.



(c)) cooperation plans prepared by the Joint Committee will include

periodic work programmes.



(d) meetings of the Joint Committee) shall examine both sides of the activity in

the previous period and discuss programs for the next period.



(e)) no later than thirty days before the date of the regular meeting

the Joint Committee of the Contracting Parties shall exchange's proposals for cooperation in the

the following period, covering all areas of already agreed and

other areas to be agreed upon.



f) if one of the parties suggests a recurring schedule changes

or sends a larger group, the Joint Committee shall discuss these changes.



g) each Contracting Party shall pay the expenses related to the international

transport of its representatives. Subsistence expenses of visiting representatives will be

pay the host Contracting Party.



h) the agreement is based on reciprocity, and each party will

to study the possibility of obtaining international financial sources for implementation

joint plans for cooperation.



Article 6



Final provisions



This agreement shall enter into force as from the date of receipt of the later of the diplomatic

the note, which the Contracting Parties through the diplomatic channel written

in the form of reports that meet their national legislation for

entry into force of the agreement.



Agreement shall be concluded for five years from the date of entry into force. In the case that

None of the Contracting Parties denounces it in writing through the diplomatic channel Agreement

no later than six months before the expiry of its validity, the agreement will

automatically extended for a further five-year period.



Done at Prague on 12. January 1996, which corresponds to the day of 20. the month of tevet in the year

5756 the Hebrew calendar, in two original copies, in the

Czech, Hebrew and English, while all three texts are

verified. In the case of a difference in interpretation is crucial to English

the text of the.



For the Government of the United States:



Ing. Josef Lux, in r.



Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of agriculture



For the Government of the State of Israel:



Yaacov Tsur in r.



Minister of agriculture