Minister of Foreign Affairs
of 10 June 1999. April 1968
about Veterinary Convention between the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic
and the Government of the French Republic
30 March. in May 1967, she was in Paris signed a veterinary Convention between
the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the French
of the Republic.
Convention entered into force pursuant to its article 9 on 10 December. November
The Czech text of the Convention shall be published at the same time. In the text of annexes to the Convention is
can be consulted in the archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Dr. H in r.
between the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the French
of the Republic of
The Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the French
Republic, desiring to deepen the cooperation in the field of health with
to reduce the danger to human health and animal husbandry
mean diseases of animals, and to facilitate the exchange of animals and animal products
origin, have agreed on the following provisions:
The animal health conditions for importation of live animals and products of animal
origin from the territory of one Contracting Party in the territory of the other Contracting Parties are
laid down in the common rules concerning the implementation of this article,
annexed to this Convention.
The animal health authorities of the two States will be at least a month's Exchange
health reports on the occurrence of animal diseases.
The health authorities will also be required to communicate the information that is
may be interested in.
The animal health authorities of the two States can negotiate for a specific time period
plans to ensure the cooperation of joint concrete measures in the framework of the
of this Convention.
More detailed provisions are set out in the common rules on the
the implementation of this article, annexed to this Convention.
The Contracting Parties shall facilitate:
1. cooperation between the institutes of veterinary facilities of both States,
2. Exchange of veterinary experts to obtain information about the
health status of the animals and all the useful information on the activities of
veterinary services, as well as the knowledge of veterinary science and technology.
The veterinary authorities of the two States will be in direct contact in matters of
concerning the implementation of this Convention and any amendments thereto in the study issues
Common rules for its implementation.
Changes or additions to the common rules, agreed to under the previous
paragraph, shall enter into force on the date of the exchange of notes between the Contracting Parties.
The costs associated with the implementation of article 3 of this Convention shall be borne by the Contracting
the party will send experts in their own interest or requests
the secondment of experts of the other party.
The issues that could arise in the implementation of this Convention, the
to deal with the Joint Commission.
Each of the Contracting Parties to the Mixed Commission to appoint three
Members, two of whom shall be a veterinary doctor of the Central
the veterinary authority.
The Commission shall meet within two months of convening one of the Contracting Parties to the
the territory of that Contracting Party. Its meetings will be alternately drive the each
of the delegations. The first meeting will follow the delegation of the Contracting Party,
on whose territory the meeting will be held.
Questions, in which the Joint Commission does not reach agreement, they will be dealt with
through the diplomatic channel.
This Convention will apply to the State territory of the Czechoslovak
Socialist Republic and on the metropolitan territory of the French Republic.
This Convention replaces the Veterinary Convention between Czechoslovakia and France
of 3 July 2003. October 1930, which is cancelled.
Each Contracting Party shall notify the other party in writing compliance with the
the formalities laid down by the constitutional requirements for the entry of this Convention in
force. The Convention shall enter into force on the day on which the most recent is dated from
These written notification.
This Convention shall remain in force until one of the Contracting Parties
notice in writing with six months ' notice.
On the evidence of the agents of the parties, duly authorised thereto by their respective Governments,
have signed this Convention.
Drawn up in Paris on 30. in May 1967, in two originals, each in the
English and French languages, both texts being equally authentic.
For the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic:
V. r. Pithart in.
For the Government of the French Republic:
G. de Chambrun, in r.