Minister of Foreign Affairs
of 14 July 1999. June 1973
about the basic agreement on scientific and technological cooperation between the Czechoslovak
Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Republic of Ecuador
On 15 December. September 1971 in Prague signed a basic agreement on the
Scientific and technological cooperation between the Czechoslovak Socialist
Republic and the Republic of Ecuador.
According to article VI of the Agreement entered into force on 1 January 2000. March 1972.
The Slovak version of the agreement shall be published at the same time. ^ ^ *)
First Deputy Minister of:
on scientific and technological cooperation between the Czechoslovak Socialist
Republic and the Republic of Ecuador
The Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the Republic of Ecuador,
Desiring to develop scientific and technical cooperation between the two
countries, concluded that the basic agreement on scientific and technological cooperation:
The Contracting Parties undertake to strengthen and enable the development of mutual
cooperation in science and technology.
The scope, forms and terms of cooperation will be laid down in accordance with the
the provisions of this Basic Agreement in the additional specific contracts
between businesses or organizations responsible for the Contracting Parties.
Scientific and technical cooperation agreement with the base you are editing
take place in the following forms:
1. Exchange of experts and scientists, the exchange of studies and their
implementation, consultation and exchange of views on studies and projects laid down in
2. the provision of scholarships to candidates who will be selected on the basis of
mutual agreement, in the other country to complete courses designed to
the deepening of knowledge and specialization in sections or in the technical
areas that are of fundamental importance for technological and scientific progress.
3. A joint study of the experimental projects of technical and scientific
the nature of the intended reciprocal agreements with a view to their implementation
national or international institutions.
4. The establishment of the technical-pedagogical documentation centres and centres
specialized in teaching and improvement.
5. Any other activities of scientific and technical cooperation, which would have been
enterprises or organisations responsible for agreed upon by the parties.
In order to ensure the systematic and regular activities while driving
Scientific and technical cooperation on the basis of this base
the agreement, the two parties undertake to:
1. together to process directly or through businesses or
organisations responsible for the Contracting Parties to the General program of scientific and
technical cooperation between the two countries and to lay down the measures necessary for the
implementation of the relevant specific security projects.
2. when processing directly or through businesses or organizations
responsible for Contracting Parties to programs and technical projects to take into
account of the priority that is to be attributed to national objectives, geographical
areas and areas of activity, so that specific projects have become
part of the direct specific projects.
The two parties, on the basis of the program of cooperation envisaged
This Basic Agreement, undertake to:
1. to provide the experts, instructors and technicians posted on the basis
This basic agreement and other additional privileges and specific agreements
special rights provided by the experts of international organizations, in accordance
with the relevant applicable legal provisions of each country.
2. Exempt from tax and other burdens and charges of temporary importation papers
and the re-export of machinery and equipment established by the parties to the
Security realization of various projects. In the relevant additional
specific agreements shall be determined by the goods, machinery and equipment, which will be
subject to the above exemption.
In order to apply this basic agreement virtually agreed, the Contracting
Parties on the creation of a Mixed Commission composed of their representatives or
agents enterprises or organisations responsible for both parties.
The Joint Commission will be in charge of handling the cooperation programmes
edited by the Basic Agreement. The Joint Commission will submit to the
the approval of both Contracting Parties to all major issues relating to the
Scientific and technical cooperation between the two countries.
This agreement shall enter into force one month after the date of the exchange of notes,
which the Contracting Parties confirm that this agreement
was concluded in accordance with the laws of the relevant countries.
This agreement will be valid for five years and will be tacitly
extended by one year, unless one of the Contracting Parties
in writing denounces it six months before the date of expiry.
Termination of this Agreement shall not affect the implementation of the basic supplementary contracts
closed during the validity of this Basic Agreement, unless both
the Contracting Parties agreed to something else.
Drawn up and signed in Prague on 15. September 1971 in four of the original
copies, two in Slovak and two in Spanish,
texts being equally authentic.
For the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic:
Ing. Andrei Noreezz in r.
Minister of foreign trade
For the Government of the Republic of Ecuador:
Dr. Alberto Barriga Ledesma in the r.
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
*) Publishes an English translation here.