The Convention Between The Government Of The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic And The Sar On Cooperation In Health

Original Language Title: o Úmluvě mezi vládou ČSSR a SAR o spolupráci ve zdravotnictví

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Read the untranslated law here: https://portal.gov.cz/app/zakony/download?idBiblio=30634&nr=9~2F1965~20Sb.&ft=txt

9/1965 Coll.



The DECREE



Minister of Foreign Affairs



of 12 June. January 1965



the Convention between the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government

The United Arab Republic on cooperation in the field of health



Change: 50/2006 Coll., m.s.



26 March. November 1964 in Cairo was signed the Convention between the Government of

The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the United Arab

Republic on cooperation in the field of health.



The Convention on the basis of its article 13 came into force on the date of signature,

i.e.. 26 March. November 1964.



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



David v.r.



CONVENTION



between the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the United

Arab Republic on cooperation in the field of health



The Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the United Arab

Republic, desiring to contribute to and cooperate in the Standing

the development of health care and the improvement of medical care and extend and

to consolidate the friendly relations between their countries, have decided to conclude this

The Convention on cooperation in the field of health care. To this end, have designated

their agents



the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic



Dr. Josef Plojhara, Minister of health,



and the Government of the United Arab Republic



Dr. Muhammad El Nabawy El Mohandise,



the Minister of health,



who having exchanged their full powers, found in good order and

due form, have agreed as follows:



Article 1



The Contracting Parties shall develop cooperation between the two countries and promote

the exchange of experience in matters of health and medical science.



Article 2



The parties will exchange experiences in the field of education

health care workers and in the area of health care organization and its

management, in particular on sections of the preventive and therapeutic care, hygiene and

protiepidemické care, medical education and the use of medical

Tools, equipment and medicines.



Article 3



The Contracting Parties shall exchange information and materials relating to the

conferences, conferences and meetings dealing with health

issue. If any of the Contracting Parties held these actions with the

international participation, the invitation shall be sent to the other party.



Article 4



The parties will exchange medical literature, teaching aids,

medical films, Visual AIDS and other medical materials

public education.



Article 5



The Contracting Parties shall facilitate the reciprocal secondment and recruitment of physicians and

other health care professionals for the purpose of their studies, training workshops and

the acquisition of specialization, where appropriate, for the purpose of studying certain types of

the diseases.



Article 6



The parties will exchange for the purpose of cooperation in the fight against

infectious diseases the experience in matters of prevention, diagnosis and treatment

of these diseases, as well as overviews of epidemiological situation on their

territory.



Article 7



The Contracting Parties shall develop and step up cooperation and Exchange

in particular, the experience between research institutes, secondary health care

schools and other medical devices.



Article 8



The Czechoslovak party will assist in the implementation of the health

programs of the United Arab Republic, in particular by on request

the competent authorities of the United Arab Republic, broadcast professors and

other health educators, as well as experts for the setting up and management of

health, medical, research and specialized institutes,

laboratories and other health care facilities, as well as other health care

the experts needed for the implementation of these programmes.



Article 9



The competent authorities and institutions of the Contracting Parties shall mutually accept

the citizens of the other party to their medical facilities to treat and

provide the citizens of the other party, resident on their territory,

necessary treatment when a sudden illness. Details, in particular the scope and

conditions, the Ministry of health of the Parties shall establish special

the agreement, in accordance with the provisions of article 11 (a). (d)) of this Convention.



Article 10



The implementation of this Convention, are entrusted to the Ministry of health

of the parties, which will negotiate specific plans

cooperation.



Article 11



Reimbursement of the costs resulting from cooperation under this Convention shall be

the Contracting Parties shall be carried out according to these principles:



and the medical literature), teaching and Visual AIDS, movies and

Ducati card-and educational material will be exchanged free of charge;



(b)) in the mutual visits of delegations or broadcast at the exits and

conferences shall be borne by the sending party costs on the way to the destination, and

back; the host Party shall bear the costs for reasonable accommodation,

catering and local travel costs associated with the program exit or

the Conference;



(c)) the costs associated with broadcasting and resident physicians and other health

workers on the territory of the other party will pay the Contracting Party in

whose favour or on whose request has been sent, if these persons

not agreed otherwise;



(d) the costs associated with the provision of) the constitutional and other treatment within the meaning of

the provisions of article 9 of this Convention shall be borne by the Contracting Party that

the sick.



Article 12



Mutual Bill of costs in accordance with the provisions of article 11 of this Convention,

will be carried out through the State banks of the Contracting Parties in accordance with

the relevant payment agreement in force between the two Contracting Parties.



Article 13



This Convention shall enter into force on the date of signature; It shall be concluded for a period of five

years and its validity is extended for another five years, if it

one of the parties denounces it in writing six months before the expiry of the

the period of validity.



Given in Cairo, 26 May. November 1964 in two copies in the language

the English.



For the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic



Dr. Beran v.r.



For the Government of the United Arab Republic



Dr. v.r. Mobandis