On The Extension Of The Treaty On Friendship, Cooperation Between Czechoslovakia And The Ussr

Original Language Title: o prodloužení Smlouvy o přátelství, spolupráci mezi ČSR a SSSR

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105/1963.



DECREE



Minister of Foreign Affairs



of 17 May. December 1963



a Protocol on the extension of the Treaty on friendship, mutual

assistance and postwar cooperation between the Czechoslovak Republic and the Association of

Soviet Socialist Republics dated June 12. December 1943



27 June 2002. November 1963 was in Moscow signed a Protocol on the extension of the

the validity of the Treaty of friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance of the post-war

between the Czechoslovak Republic and the Union of Soviet Socialist

republics of 12 October. December 1943.



With the Protocol, the National Assembly expressed its consent on 4 October. December 1963

and it was ratified by the president of the Republic on 7 December. December 1963.



The instruments of ratification were exchanged in Prague on 10. December 1963.



According to article 2 of the Protocol on the extension of the Treaty on the

friendship, mutual assistance and cooperation between the post-war Czechoslovak

Republic and Soviet Socialist Republics dated June 12.

December 1943, effective 10 June. December 1963.



The Czech text of the Protocol shall be published at the same time.



David v. r.



PROTOCOL



concerning the extension of the Treaty on friendship, mutual assistance and

postwar cooperation between the Czechoslovak Republic and the Association of

Soviet Socialist Republics dated June 12. December 1943



The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Union of Soviet

Socialist Republics,



Reaffirming its consistent policy of peace and mutual permanent and tight

friendly cooperation,



Bearing in mind that the Treaty of friendship, mutual assistance and

post-war cooperation of 12 October. December 1943 liabilities

assume the common efforts to preserve peace in Europe,



Stressing the importance of these commitments and mutual cooperation at the present

the international situation where the risk of disruption of peace, which is spoken in the

The contract is not removed, and when the forces that unleashed the second world

war, are currently a threat to the European and world peace,



Noting with satisfaction that one of the two sovereign States, which

originated on the territory of the former German Empire, German

Democratic Republic, is going the way of peace, and is an important factor

ensuring security in Europe, and avert the threat of war,



in accordance with the commitments, which took over all the Member States of the Warsaw

of the Treaty,



being guided by the principles of the Charter of the United Nations



consistently implementing the policy of the Soviet Union and the peaceful coexistence of States with

different societal establishment



have agreed as follows:



Article 1



Force of the Treaty of friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance of the post-war

between the Czechoslovak Republic and the Union of Soviet Socialist

republics of 12 October. December 1943 will be extended by 20 years, starting with the

date of expiry of the 20-year period, to which it was this contract,

that is, on 12 March 2005. December 1963.



If any of the High Contracting Parties shall not take a year before the end of

of this period, a declaration that it wishes to terminate the contract, remains in the

force for a further period of five years, and each time, until one of the parties

does not make a statement of denunciation of the Agreement before the end of the current year

the five-year period.



Article 2



This Protocol is subject to ratification and shall enter into force on the date of the exchange of

instruments of ratification, which will be performed in Prague in the shortest possible

the time.



Protocol is drawn up in two copies, each in the Czech and Russian

languages, both texts being equally authentic.



Done at Moscow on 27. November 1963.



The President of the



The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic



A. Novotny in the r.



The Prime Minister



The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic



J. Lenárt in r.



The Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Presidio



Union of Soviet Socialist Republics



L. Brezhnev in r.



The President of the Council of Ministers



Union of Soviet Socialist Republics



N. Khrushchev in r.

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