On The Agreement On Cooperation In The Field Of Creation Of Reference Materials Of Comecon

Original Language Title: o Dohodě o spolupráci v oblasti tvorby referenčních materiálů RVHP

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19/1986 Coll.



The Decree



Minister of Foreign Affairs



of 18 July 2003. December 1985



on the agreement on cooperation in the field of creation and use of reference

materials of the Council for mutual economic assistance



On 5 July 2004. July 1985 in Berlin was signed the agreement on cooperation in the

making and use of reference materials, the Council of mutual

economic assistance. Agreement entered into force, pursuant to article

15 day 3. October 1985 and entered into force on this day and for

The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.



Czech translation of the agreement shall be published at the same time.



Minister:



Ing. Now in r.



The agreement



cooperation in the field of creation and use of reference materials of the Council

mutual economic assistance



The Government of the people's Republic of Bulgaria, the Hungarian people's Republic, Vietnam

the Socialist Republic, the German Democratic Republic, the Cuban

Republic, the Mongolian people's Republic, the Polish people's Republic, the Union of

Soviet Socialist Republics and Czechoslovak Socialist

Republic, called on the parties,



being guided by the principles of cooperation between the Member States of the COMECON and the tasks of the

arising from a comprehensive programme of further deepening and

improving the cooperation and development of socialist economic integration

COMECON Member States as well as the long-term target programs for cooperation

COMECON Member States,



considering that the creation and use of reference materials

composition and properties of substances and materials in the COMECON Member States shall take

the growing importance of security for the production and control of metrological

the quality of products in different sectors of the national economy, as well as in the

scientific research and other spheres of activity,



Recognizing the effectiveness of closer cooperation to ensure consistency and

the credibility of the measurement of the composition and properties of substances and materials within the Member

States COMECON, and desiring to strengthen the acquired positive in this area

experience of mutual cooperation, as well as the experience gained

individual Member States COMECON,



Desiring to ensure the complete satisfaction of the needs of their States in the

reference materials, substances and materials,



having regard to the Statute of the Council of mutual reference material

economic assistance,



agree on the following:



Article 1



The Contracting Parties shall ensure cooperation in the development of reference materials

COMECON (RM COMECON) and their use in economic and scientific and technological

the cooperation of COMECON Member States under the conditions specified in this agreement.



Article 2



The Contracting Parties shall entrust the obligations arising under this agreement

the national authorities listed in the annex, to ensure the implementation of the work on the

the formation of RM also performs in the COMECON and its States coordination function and monitor

the progress of the work on creating and using RM COMECON.



On the amendment referred to the national authorities the relevant Contracting Party shall promptly

shall inform the other Contracting Parties through the depositary of the agreement.



Article 3



The Contracting Parties agree that the coordination, planning and methodological management of the

the work on the formation of RM COMECON, as well as the monitoring of the implementation of this agreement will be

take place in the framework of the Permanent Commission for cooperation in the area of the COMECON

normalization on the basis of the programmes approved by the Commission.



Article 4



The Contracting Parties agree that the approval of RM COMECON carries out Permanent

the Commission for cooperation in the area of the COMECON normalization.



Article 5



The national authorities of the Contracting Parties undertake to collaborate on the creation and

using RM COMECON in the framework of this agreement in accordance with the requirements of COMECON,

normative documents for standardization and other COMECON normative

COMECON documents and taking into account the relevant international documents,

that have a relationship to the subject matter of the agreement.



Article 6



Creating RM COMECON takes place by developing a new RM COMECON or on

the basis of national interested Member States COMECON RM with

taking into account the needs of cooperation. While such forms will be used

cooperation, such as coordination, cooperation (under the treaties and contracts)

or other form, which recognise the States parties to the agreement as appropriate.



Mutual accounts for scientific and technological work shall be determined in accordance with the

the applicable recommendations of the competent organs of COMECON.



Article 7



The costs of travel and stay of specialists in the State-the organizer of work on

carrying out the tasks related to the creation and the attestation shall be borne by the national SOVIET of RM

authority or organization Contracting Party sending specialists.



If you perform work requiring from each of the two participating parties

equivalent costs may stay under the arrangement between specialists

the competent authorities of those parties take place on the basis of bezdevizové

of the Exchange.



Article 8



RM supplies COMECON will take place on the basis of the "general terms and conditions

for the supply of goods between organisations in the Member States of the COMECON (VDP COMECON

1968/1975 in the Newsroom 1979) ".



Price RM COMECON will determine in accordance with the principles applicable in the framework of the

COMECON.



Article 9



The use of reference materials of the SOVIET in the process of economic and

Scientific and technological cooperation, secures the national authority or organization

the Contracting Parties, a reference to them in the standards, as well as in the COMECON concluded

agreements and contracts (contracts).



Article 10



RM COMECON are used in the national economy of the Contracting Parties in accordance

with their national law.



Article 11



The national authority of the contracting parties can express their abstention on the formation or

the use of each RM COMECON or change the previous decision on the

non-participation in the creation or use of a particular RM COMECON way

written about awareness from the national authorities of the Contracting Parties.



Declaration on non-participation in the creation or use of a particular RM with COMECON

without prejudice to the obligations arising from the agreements and treaties concluded previously

(contracts), in which references to the RM COMECON.



Article 12



The legal protection and use of inventions, utility models and industrial designs, and

of trade marks is governed by the Treaty on the legal protection of inventions,

industrial and utility models and trademarks in the implementation

Economic and scientific and technological cooperation "of 12 December. April 1973.



Questions of legal protection, which are not covered by the abovementioned Agreement,

addresses of competent authorities of the Contracting Parties.



Article 13



This agreement shall not affect the rights and obligations for the Contracting Parties

from other international agreements concluded by them.



Article 14



This agreement shall surrender to the custody of the Secretariat of the Council of mutual

economic assistance, who will perform the functions of depositary of this agreement.

The depositary shall transmit certified copies of this agreement to all the Contracting Parties and also

is informed of all the notifications and applications received.



Article 15



This agreement shall enter into force between the Contracting Parties, which

signature without reservation of approval, 90 days after its signing.



For Contracting Parties which sign this agreement, subject to an additional

approval, the agreement shall enter into force 90 days after the announced

the depositary of their approval of the agreement.



Article 16



This agreement may be supplemented or amended with the consent of all the

of the Contracting Parties. Proposals for additions and amendments shall be sent to the depositary.

The additions and amendments shall be made in the form of the Protocol, which shall enter into force on

in accordance with the provisions of article 15 of this agreement.



Article 17



If a disputes arise related to the execution of this agreement, will be addressed after

the agreement between the agents of the parties.



Article 18



This agreement is concluded for an unlimited period of time.



Any Contracting Party may denounce this agreement by written notification of this

fact, to the depositary.



Notice of termination of the agreement shall enter into force 12 months after the date of receipt of the

by the depositary.



Termination of this Agreement shall not affect the obligations arising from the agreements and contracts

(contracts) closed to the implementation of this agreement.



Article 19



To this agreement, with the consent of the Contracting Parties may join other States

as a written request to the depositary of the agreement.



The accession shall enter into force on the date of the depositary with the

approval from all Contracting Parties.



Made in Berlin on 5 December. July 1985 in one copy in the Russian language.



For the Government of the people's Republic of Bulgaria:



N. Kalčev in r.



The Government of the Hungarian people's Republic:



D. Beledi in r.



For the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam:



Doan Phuong in r.



For the Government of the German Democratic Republic:



H. Lilies in r.



For the Government of the Republic of Cuba:



A. Henriquez in r.



For the Government of the Mongolian people's Republic:



O. v. r Sampil.



For the Government of the Polish people's Republic:



B. Adamski in r.



For the Government of the Socialist Republic of, subject to:



G. Kostya in r.



For the Government of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics:



G. Kolmogorov in r.



For the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic:



T. Hill v. r.



Annex 1



A list of the



the national authorities of the Contracting Parties, which are responsible for ensuring the

the work on the formation of RM and the coordination functions of COMECON also and monitoring

the progress of work under the agreement



The people's Republic of Bulgaria



The State Committee for science and technical progress



Main Administration for Standardization



The Hungarian people's Republic



The State Office for metrology



The Socialist Republic



State Agency for Standardization, metrology and quality



The German Democratic Republic



The Bureau of standards, metrology and testing products



The Council of Ministers of the GDR



The Cuban Republic



The State Committee for Standardization
The Council of Ministers of the Republic of Cuba



Mongolian people's Republic



The State Committee for prices and standardisation



Polish people's Republic



Polish Committee for Standardization, measurement and quality



The Romanian Socialist Republic



General State inspection for quality control of products



Union of Soviet Socialist Republics



The USSR State Committee for standards



Czechoslovak Socialist Republic



The authority for standardization and measurement