On The Agreement Between The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic And The United Kingdom. On Cooperation In Applied Science

Original Language Title: o Dohodě mezi ČSSR a V. Británií o spolupráci v aplikované vědě

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107/1968 Coll.



DECREE



Minister of Foreign Affairs



from day 4. June 1968



on the agreement between the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland concerning cooperation in

the field of applied science and technology



On 26 April. March 1968 in Prague was the agreement signed between the Government of

The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the United Kingdom

Of Great Britain and Northern Ireland concerning cooperation in the field of applied science

and techniques.



According to article VI of the Agreement entered into force on 26 February 2000. March 1968.



The Czech version of the agreement shall be published at the same time.



Minister:



Dr. H v.r.



The AGREEMENT



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

Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland concerning cooperation in the field of

applied science and technology



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

Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland,



Desiring to further develop friendly relations between them and to develop

cooperation in the field of applied science and technology between their countries



have agreed as follows:



Article. (I)



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

Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to promote and develop

cooperation in the field of applied science and technology between their countries on the

basis of mutual agreements, and as far as possible endeavour to meet these

objectives in the framework of this agreement.



Article II



The Contracting Parties shall, on the basis of reciprocity, the most appropriate means

to strive for the development of:



and) visits by experts and technicians for the purpose of studying, training, consultation and

exchanges in scientific and technical fields,



(b)) study and research options and opportunities to gain experience

industrial research institutes and industrial enterprises,



(c)) of the exchange of production of knowledge and technology between both production companies

countries, including measures in the field of licensing,



(d) measures for the exchange of) scientific and technical information,



e) other forms of scientific and technical cooperation, which can be

mutually agreed upon.



Article. (III)



This cooperation will initially be carried out in the fields listed in

the annex to this Agreement in a manner to be determined in each case

Contracting Parties or institutions or organizations responsible for the

the implementation of this agreement.



Article IV



The Contracting Parties will provide all-round support for the creation of a direct

contacts between the relevant organisations and businesses in the Czechoslovak

Socialist Republic and in the United Kingdom, and, if necessary,

will support the conclusion of specific agreements or contracts, regardless of the

whether you fall under the provisions of the annexes to this agreement, but in

accordance with article I.



Article. In



The representatives of the competent authorities of the Contracting Parties shall meet periodically,

usually once a year, alternately in London and Prague, to

evaluate the implementation of this agreement, they agreed to further exchanges in the

under the agreement and to examine any proposals for amendments to the annexes to this

The agreement, negotiated such changes where appropriate.



Čl.VI



1. This agreement shall enter into force on signature.



2. this agreement will be valid for a period of five years from the date of signature.



3. after the entry into force of the agreement shall be extended for a further five years, always, if it

one of the parties denounces it in writing not later than six months before the

the end of the current five-year term.



The undersigned, duly authorized by their respective Governments, have signed this

The agreement.



Done in Prague on 26 April. in March 1968, in two originals, each in the language

Czech and English, both texts being equally authentic.



For the Government of



The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic:



Dr. a. Mrazek v.r.



For the Government of



United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:



W. Barker v.r.



J. Stonehouse v.r.



XIII.



1. metallurgy



2. Machine tools



3. Industrial machinery and equipment, including textile machinery



4. agricultural machines and equipment



5. production and distribution of electricity



6. technology of extraction and processing of minerals, including machinery and equipment



7. chemical processes and technological equipment of chemical industry



8. Food processing



9. Technology for the production of consumer goods



10. Construction technology



11. Transport machinery and equipment



12. Telecommunications equipment



13. Scientific instruments and apparatus



14. Industrial Automation



15. Material handling



16. The use of fuels



PROTOCOL



The Contracting Parties take note that the exchange of scientists, engineers and others,

in accordance with article II (a) and (b) of article II of the agreement on cooperation in the field of

applied science and technology today signed, will be carried out in accordance with the

the following basic conditions:



(I) if the competent organisations agree otherwise, the costs will be

be borne by the sending party.



(II) the sending party shall provide sufficient information about the participants,

including all the details of the work programme to be implemented,

places and institutions to be visited and the names of the

the experts with whom you wish to make a consultation. This information will be

provided as soon as possible, usually at least three months before the

on the day of arrival.



(III) the recipient organisations of each party will be according to the options

inform the competent organisation of the sending party, within two months after

the receipt of the information referred to above, whether the proposed visitor can be

accepted.



(IV) the sending party the receiving party shall confirm the date of arrival

every visitor at least three weeks in advance. Both parties take

Note that if this deadline is not respected, the receiving side can

be able to fill the entire planned program.



(V) the receiving party shall to the extent possible endeavour to provide

participants in exchanges of aid and support during their stay in their country.



For the delegation of



The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic:



Dr. a. Mrazek v.r.



For the delegation of



United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:



W. Barker v.r.



J. Stonehouse v.r.

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