Turkish Grand National Assembly Warning: You Are Viewing Act, The Parliamentary General Assembly Has Already Adopted. If It Does Not Include The Changes Made Later. Set Out The Kingdom Of Morocco And The Government Of The Republic Of Turkey

Original Language Title: TÜRKİYE BÜYÜK MİLLET MECLİSİ Uyarı: Görüntülemekte olduğunuz Kanun, TBMM Genel Kurulunda kabul edildiği halidir. Varsa daha sonra yapılan değişiklikleri içermemektedir. TÜR­Kİ­YE CUM­HU­Rİ­YE­Tİ HÜ­KÜ­ME­Tİ İLE FAS KRAL­LI­ĞI HÜ­KÜ­

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.tbmm.gov.tr/kanunlar/k5639.html

Law No. 5639

Acceptance Date: 02/05/2007
ARTICLE 1, signed in Rabat 30/03/2005 Date "Republic of Turkey and the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco between the Government Road Transport Infrastructure Technical and Scientific Cooperation Agreement" has been used in the validation of.
Article 2 of this Act shall enter into force on the date of publication.
Ministers executes the provisions of Article 3 of this Law.

hereinafter be referred to as the two parties Republic of Turkey and the Kingdom of Morocco Government
- highways awareness will provide benefits that they expect to increase cooperation in the areas of infrastructure, transport,
- Road sector related to the methods used and the request to change the active involvement of vehicles
- highways issues related to infrastructure cooperation to improve the transfer of information related to human resources and highways the increasing desire
- the agreement with the technical and scientific links between both parties will contribute to strengthening an efficient way of believing in the creation of periodically
agreed the following:
PART I Basic Objectives
Article -1 Cooperation areas
this Agreement, both parties Highways is related to the achievement of the objectives on Technical and Scientific Infrastructure.
Is the main technical areas of cooperation;
Road Technology of both parties of road infrastructure and road users to the most basic part of the quality of the services offered believes that technological development. Both Parties harmonization of standards infrastructure that only in international cooperation efforts, is driving the construction and operation of process and in particular be aware of the use of human and financial resources in respect of landslides in mountainous areas. Development of Infrastructure -Road

thinks that way largely depends on the knowledge and road infrastructure to meet the demands of users in the development of road transport infrastructure both Parties.
Highways Care regarding both maintenance of highways Party is aware that requires institutional strengthening and on the nature of the main tasks of the development of their financial expertise. CHAPTER II Cooperation Programme

Both Parties Matter- 2 Road Technology road infrastructure, especially regarding the transfer of technology landslides in mountainous areas will be supported as follows: Starting
-partners the ability to use adopted to answer technical and information to the transfer, the other party's needs related to the road transport infrastructure development by any and performance of experiments, supporting the exchange of information to ensure the development of the skills of professionals working in landslides in
-Road. Development of Road Infrastructure 3

Road Network Improvement of both Parties in order to transfer the common practice on this issue, they will move the appropriate qualifications and experience to transfer to each other.
Matter- is committed to the maintenance of Highways 4
both parties to improve road safety and road maintenance work that aims to optimize the execution of applications.
These applications;
- Coated road maintenance and improvement,
- Increasing road safety
PART III Organizational Assessment Tools
Matter- 5 of the Common Technical Follow-up Committee
Joint Technical Follow-up Committee will be composed of experts of both Parties.
Joint Technical Follow-up Committee will perform the following tasks;
- Proposing collaboration workspace
- A review of activities and evaluation of results,
- the preparation and updating of periodic cooperation program
- to be dealt with the challenges faced during the cooperation work, solve the problem.
Partners representatives of each institution in the technical follow-up committee will be chaired by the Director-General or a person appointed to replace him.
Joint Technical Follow-up Committee shall meet alternately in each country at least once.
Joint Technical follow-up of one or more sub-committees in order to work on a task or technical issue markedly Committee if needed and create working groups.

Matter- 6 Assessment middle of the period and at the end of the evaluation program will be conducted. 7 Tools

Matter- the implementation of this Agreement requires the use of the following tools;
- Short-term experts in the framework Cooperation Agreement assigned to them,
- Tasks, resident education, scholarship, research and training sessions,
- Mutual information and document transfer,
- Conducting original research and study.
Training and expeditions in both Parties, experts, engineers and technical staff changes will apply to each of the following financing conditions.
Landlord Party education, experts in the expedition, engineers and technical staff costs and subsistence costs will cover the costs of courses and lectures. Travel costs will not be borne by the landlord. The following tools are required for the realization of
practices described in this Agreement;
- Both the organization's own budgetary resources,
- outsourcing dealing with the original project financing, a project
President shall be appointed for each individual project and an assistant of the relevant institutions of both Parties.
Cooperation Project to be carried out within the scope of the original project and will be discussed by the Heads. PART IV Supplementary Regulations

Matter- 8 Framework Agreement is a working tool available to both Parties.
Existing highways disputes which arise in connection with the implementation of the Infrastructure Technical and Scientific Cooperation Agreement shall be resolved through talks between both sides.
The Highways Infrastructure Institutions responsible for the implementation of Technical and Scientific Cooperation Agreement:
behalf of the Republic of Turkey: the Ministry of Public Works and Settlement, General Directorate of Highways,

Behalf of the Kingdom of Morocco: Transport and Equipment Ministry of Highways and Road Traffic would be the administration.
So this cooperation will facilitate the fulfillment of the tasks of national and international commitments of both Parties.
The Highways Infrastructure Technical and Scientific Cooperation Agreement with the relevant provisions of the Party of which they are parties or other international agreements is that they will not affect the rights and obligations.
The provisions of Highways and Infrastructure concerning Technical and Scientific Cooperation Agreement does not cover the liabilities covered by international law.

Matter- 9 Duration and entry into force of this Agreement, the Parties approved the date of the completion of the exchange of diplomatic notes and shall enter into force on the road and then (3) shall remain in force for years.
Tacitly renewable for the same period in the event that this Agreement and amended at any time agreed by both Parties. Three (3) months' notice before any Party by giving notice to terminate this Agreement.
In Rabat on March 30, 2005 Turkish, each in two original copies in English and Arabic languages ​​are equally valid. In case of divergence, the English text shall prevail.

Ali Coşkun Karim GHELLAB
Industry and Commerce and Transport Equipment
Minister Minister