Minister of Foreign Affairs
of 19 December 2003. September 1972
a Long-term trade agreement between the Czechoslovak Socialist
Republic and the Kingdom of Denmark
17 May. March 1972 was in Prague signed a long-term trade agreement
between the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Kingdom of Denmark.
In accordance with its article VI, paragraph 1 of the agreement entered into force on
signature, IE. day 17. March 1972.
Czech translation of the agreement shall be published at the same time.
First Deputy Minister:
LONG-TERM TRADE AGREEMENT
between the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Kingdom of Denmark
The Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of Denmark
the Kingdom of
Bearing in mind their common interest in expanding trade, which
developed in the framework of a previous Long-term trade agreements,
taking into account the favourable conditions for the further development of trade between the two
Desiring to facilitate and enhance trade relations between the two countries on the
the basis of equality and mutual benefits,
have agreed as follows:
1. the Contracting Parties shall seek to ensure harmonious and mutually
the advantageous development of trade between the two countries that will provide
other favourable conditions for a substantial increase of trade with
the aim, to create the basis for the steady development of economic
relations between the two countries.
2. the Contracting Parties will continue the policy of removing any
barriers in the free exchange of goods between the markets of both countries, and will seek to
extension of the types of goods in trade.
1. the mutual trade between the two countries will be governed by the General Agreement on
tariffs and trade (GATT), to which members of the Czechoslovak Socialist
Republic and the Kingdom of Denmark.
2. The exchange of goods between the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the
The Kingdom of Denmark will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of this agreement and on
the basis of the annual protocols, which will form an integral part of this
3. the authorities of both Contracting Parties shall issue all permits-including
import and export licenses, if required, up to the quantity or
values of the goods included in the commodity of the instruments attached to the annual
Contracts for goods and services under this Agreement shall be concluded between the
Czechoslovak legal persons eligible under the Czechoslovak
laws to foreign business and legal persons with a registered office and
natural persons resident in Denmark.
1. the Contracting Parties shall set up a Mixed Commission, which will examine and
check the correct performance of this agreement. The Joint Commission will discuss
last course of mutual trade and other related issues
economic relations between the two countries, will submit proposals and
recommendations for the respective Governments to the positive solution of the individual
issues and will sign annual protocols referred to in article II, paragraph 2.
2. The Joint Commission shall meet at least once a year, alternately in Prague
and in Copenhagen. Extraordinary meetings of the Joint Commission will be convened at the request of the
one of the parties and shall take place not later than 30 days after such a request in
the site, which shall be mutually agreed. On the agenda of the special session will be
individual questions relating to the store, which will have
any of the parties interested.
The payments between the two countries will carry out in convertible currencies in
accordance with the foreign exchange regulations in force in each of the two countries.
1. this Agreement shall enter into force on the date of signature and will apply until 31 December 2006.
December 1974. Replaced by Long-term trade and payments agreement between the
The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Kingdom of Denmark
April 9. June 1966 in Copenhagen.
2. Taking into account its international obligations, the Contracting Parties
reserve the right to initiate negotiations on any necessary adjustments to this agreement, taking
However, such changes will not affect the basic objectives of the agreement
relating to trade promotion between the two countries.
3. this Agreement shall be extended in silence on a period of one year,
If one of the parties denounces it it three months before the end of the
4. Termination of this agreement will have no effect on the validity and implementation of
the contracts concluded between the organisations, institutions and enterprises of the two countries
during the validity of this agreement.
Drawn up in Prague on 17. March 1972 in two original copies in the
the English language.
For the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic:
Ing. V.r. Noreezz.
For the Government of the Kingdom of Denmark:
Ivar Norgaard v.r.