On The Agreement Of Science-Tech Cooperation And Cooperation Between Cssr And India

Original Language Title: o Dohodě o věd.-tech. spolupráci a kooperaci mezi ČSSR a Indií

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90/1974 Coll.



The Decree



Minister of Foreign Affairs



of 17 December. July 1974



the agreement on scientific and technological cooperation and industrial cooperation between the

Czechoslovakia and India



30 March. May 1973 in Prague was signed the agreement on scientific and technological

cooperation and industrial cooperation between Czechoslovakia and India, which

According to its article 8, entered into force on 30 April 2004. November 1973.



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



Minister:



Ing. Now in r.



The agreement



on scientific and technological cooperation and industrial cooperation between the

Czechoslovakia and India



The Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic



and the Government of the Republic of India



Desiring to develop scientific and technological cooperation and industrial

cooperation,



convinced of the usefulness of such cooperation for the strengthening of the friendly

relations between the two countries,



agree to sign this agreement:



Article 1



The Contracting Parties shall take the necessary measures to support the development of

Scientific and technological cooperation and industrial cooperation between the competent

organizations of various sectors of the national economy of both Contracting

of the parties.



Article 2



In order to achieve the objectives referred to in article 1, the Contracting Parties in accordance with their

the best forces to promote in particular:



and) cooperation in the field of applied research and technological development between the

authorities responsible for the management of science and technology in both countries, where appropriate,

between research institutions, architects and design offices and

industry organisations, which will be referred to the managing authorities of the two

the Contracting Parties to cooperate, be empowered. Cooperation in the field of

applied research and technological development will take place:



AA) joint study of the problems in the area of applied research, including

Download the results of this research into production;



AB) in exchange of professionals of one country to study in the research

institutions and industrial enterprises of the other country, the implementation of the research

According to an agreed work programme, on the Organization of lectures and seminars;



AC) by facilitating the Organization of consultations of experts of the various problems

applied research and technological development;



ad) zvaním experts to participate in the national scientific and technical

conferences in both countries;



AE) in exchange scientific and technical information and publications in the field

applied research and technological development and technical films according to the

the interest of both parties;



AF) and other forms of scientific and technological cooperation, on which both

the parties agree to.



(b)) the production cooperation will take place:



Indeed, the cooperation between industrial organisations) for the purpose of making full use of

their production capacity, the allocation of production components and the nodes of machinery and

equipment and joint production of these machines and nodes, as this will require

verification of the results of research and development.



A precondition for such cooperation is, that will take place between

industry organisations of both Contracting Parties that do not have foreign

cooperation with third countries in the area. The next assumption is that

This cooperation will take place at the invitation of the receiving

the parties;



BB) cooperation in the preparation of projects, including the drawings, the design and implementation of

projects with the delivery of the equipment and the provision of services in the countries of both the

the Contracting Parties or in third countries, provided that the two Contracting

the parties agree, and



BC) measures with the exchange of information on patents and production

licences and their use in accordance with a mutually agreed

terms and conditions.



Article 3



The implementation of this agreement, the Contracting Parties shall regularly check.



Article 4



Arrangements and agreements between organizations of the Contracting Parties under this agreement

shall be submitted.-Indian Committee for economic, commercial and

technical cooperation and will be concluded in conformity with the laws and regulations

in force in the territory of that Contracting Party. Referred to the arrangements and agreements

they will, inter alia, to specify the obligations of the cooperating partners.



Article 5



Payments arising from the arrangement and the contracts referred to in article 4 of this Agreement shall

will be carried out by the trade and payment agreement in force between the Contracting

the parties.



Article 6



The conditions and the financial provisions relating to the implementation of the scientific and technological

the collaboration will be for each individual project or group of projects

agreed for the cooperation of the institutions designated by the two Contracting Parties

within the meaning of this agreement.



Article 7



The Contracting Parties will support the implementation of the cooperation agreement signed

between Ms. the Academy of Sciences and the Council for scientific and industrial development of India day

on April 26, 1966 and will encourage these institutions to develop the relations in the

basic research in accordance with the main directions of the scientific and technological

cooperation between the Contracting Parties.



Article 8



This agreement shall enter into force on the date of exchange of notes confirming that it has been

both parties approved according to their constitutional provisions.

Remains in effect until one of the parties denounces it it

in writing within six months, provided that the termination of this

the agreement does not affect the validity of the arrangements and agreements already concluded between the

organisations and undertakings under this agreement.



On the evidence of the undersigned, duly authorised to do so by their Governments,

have signed this agreement.



Done at Prague on 30. in May 1973, in duplicate, in the language of the

the English.



For the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic:



Ing. Bohuslav Chňoupek in r.



Minister of Foreign Affairs



For the Government of the Republic of India:



SARDA Swaran Singh in r.



Minister of Foreign Affairs