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Law No. 5575

Acceptance Date: 01/24/2007






ARTICLE 1- June 14, 2005 date, signed in Ankara on '' America and the Government of Turkey to the United States between the Government of the Providing Assistance for the purpose of the Prevention of Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction Agreement on Cooperation for Facilitating "were appropriate approval n.
Article 2 - this Act shall enter into force on the date of publication.
Article 3 of this Law shall be enforced by the Council of Ministers.








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REPUBLIC oF TURKEY
tHE GOVERNMENT oF tHE UNITED STATES oF AMERICA oN COOPERATION BETWEEN tHE GOVERNMENT oF RELEASE fOR PREVENTION oF PROCUREMENT ASSISTANCE fOR PURPOSE facilitation


AGREEMENT the Government of the Republic of Turkey (hereinafter referred to as "Turkey "it will be defined) with the United States Government (hereinafter the" United States "as will be described), together" States parties ":
Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and missile launch systems with dual-use related to these materials and dissemination of technology prevention and this kind of material concern to end-users about the spread and economic to ensure the control of transfers to the end uses, techniques and of cooperation to facilitate the provision of other related assistance, recognizing that the interests of the United States and Turkey;
Of effective export control and border security systems; short of, missile launch systems, linked to dual-use materials and worrying end-users about the spread of such materials by controlling the spread of technology and recognizing that it is essential in the control of the transfer to the end user;
The promotion of such cooperation, the United States to Turkey, database services, software, training or equipment, supplies, as supply allocation and technology, noting that it intends to provide free assistance;
Have agreed on the following issues:
II. SCOPE OF COOPERATION
a) The purpose of the Agreement; strengthening of cooperation between the parties and Turkey's short of, the prevention of illegal trade in missile launch systems and related dual-use materials and technologies, deterring, undetected and the national export control system for the prevention, the law enforcement applications and border security is to support the efforts aimed at reinforcing .
B) in relation to Turkey, the coordinating authority of the Agreement, the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs General Directorate of International Security Affairs will be. In terms of the United States, the US State Department Bureau for the Prevention of the Spread. Both State Party may change its coordination office by giving notice in writing to each other.
C) the party or parties ministries or institutions, in liaison with their coordination authorities, implementation agreements or make arrangements for the fulfillment of the objectives of this Agreement. Such practices provided in the framework of agreements or arrangements with any assistance and personnel associated with all activities, the provisions of this Agreement.
D) the assistance that will be provided by the agreement the United States (including technical requirements for any material or equipment) the amount and type of Turkey's needs and requirements are fully determined by taking the United States into account.
E) The Parties will collaboratively identify what kind of help is needed and will facilitate the implementation of this assistance.
F) For the purposes of this Agreement, "weapons of mass destruction" means; other nuclear explosive devices, nuclear weapons, chemical weapons, biological weapons, means and radiological weapons.
II. TAXES AND OTHER FINANCIAL LIABILITIES
Services provided free of charge under this Agreement, databases, computer software, training, equipment, materials, allocation and technology Republic of Turkey, the country implemented (including value added tax and excise tax), taxes or (including stamp duty) will not be subject to fees.
III. REVIEW OF AID TO USE

Reasonable request, representatives of the United States, the use of any assistance provided under this Agreement, in force during the period of the agreement, will be allowed to watch where he's taken or used help. Coordination authorities, the scope of such a monitoring mechanism, will consult to determine the conditions and methods.
IV. USING THE HELP
Turkey, all the services provided under this Agreement, databases, computer software, training, equipment, materials, allocation and technology not only the purposes specified in this Agreement or the parties, in advance, will be used on similar targets they agreed in writing.
V. Inalienability, PRIVACY
a) in relation to the assistance provided in this Agreement, technical evaluation and implementation results in any other technical information and technology with information obtained from each of the two Parties can not be transferred to a third party without the prior written consent of the other Party.
B) Turkey, the United States without prior written consent of any services to be provided, then this Agreement by the United States, training, tools, material, the allocation and technology use or possession, right, an official of Turkey, employee or except for the representative can not be transferred to anyone. Turkey is about to consent to take reasonable measures to ensure the security of such material.
C) of supplies of parts and support equipment, training related to these and other services (plans, including disclosures or information) or restrictions for the transferred technology shall be valid for the period in force of this Agreement. When this Agreement ends, the parties coordinating authorities concerned tools, materials, shall hold consultations regarding the dissolution of the allocation or technology. United States these tools, materials, or technology shall request the return of the allocation, upon payment by the United States of the expenses for repatriation, Turkey declare that the material will be sent back.
VI. DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
The comment of this Agreement and any disputes arising from the application, will be resolved by the parties to engage in consultation with each other.
VII. EFFECTIVENESS
this Agreement, the parties, the last written notification that it has completed the necessary domestic procedures for the entry into force of the Agreement will enter into force on the date they send nephew to another. The Agreement shall remain in force for three years and the expiry of that period, either party shall be automatically extended for a period of 6 months of bulunmadık year's written notice to terminate the Agreement to the other.
On June 14, 2005, in Ankara, Turkish and English languages, each text is made to be equally valid.

GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
ON BEHALF OF ON BEHALF
Ambassador Ali TUYGUN Ambassador Eric Edelman
Foreign Ministry Undersecretary 2006 / USGY / 68 331
Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs, United States offer their respects to the Embassy and the Embassy "The Republic of Turkey for the Prevention of Spread between the Government of the United States of America Agreement for Cooperation to facilitate delivery of Assistance for the purpose" of the name change to be made Referring on 30 January 2006 and No. 132 note, the Embassy of the aforementioned agreement is honored to announce that the proposed amendment to the English name of the agreement.
Ministry of name changes in the agreement, confirms the understanding of this will take effect with the delivery of the note. In this case, the new name of the Agreement shall be as follows.
Turkish language:
"Republic of Turkey and the Government of the United States between the Government of the Providing Assistance for the purpose of the Prevention of Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction Agreement on Cooperation for the Facilitation '
English:
" Agreement Between the Government of the Republic of Turkey and the Government of the United States of America Regarding Cooperation to Facilitate the Provision of Assistance for Preventing the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction "

Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterates the deepest respect for the United States Embassy in taking advantage of this opportunity.

Ankara, February 17, 2006
United States Embassy in Ankara



No: 132
United States Embassy to render homage to the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry, which was signed in Ankara on June 14, 2005 "The Republic of Turkey and the United States between the Government on Cooperation for Facilitating the Provided Assistance for the purpose of the Prevention of Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction agreement "called for the proposal to dated December 14, 2005 and 2005 / USGY / affirm that takes the No. 525 829 note.
Embassy, ​​the Ministry, through modification of the agreement on the first page is pleased to announce the agreement on the proposal for a new name to take effect. However, the Embassy of the proposal of the English name Agreement is in slightly different according to the proposal of the Ministry are as follows:
English:
"Agreement Between the Government of the Republic of Turkey and the Government of the United States of America Regarding Cooperation to Facilitate the provision of Assistance for Preventing the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction "
Turkish language:
" America Republic of Turkey and the Government of the United States between the Government Assistance for the purpose of the Prevention of Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction Agreement on Cooperation for Facilitating provision "| || Government of the Republic of Turkey, the aforementioned agreement with the proposal, the Embassy would not confirm the name change proposal of the agreement with the Ministry response it will give this note.
United States Embassy reiterates the deepest respect for the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs on this occasion.

Ankara, January 30, 2006
2005 / USGY / 525 829
Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs, United States offer their respects to the Embassy and 14 June 2005, which was signed in Ankara on "Assistance for the Prevention of Spread Purpose Between the Republic of Turkey and the United States Government Agreement for Cooperation for Facilitating provision" or (• EXBS) reference of the investigation is that Turkey Grand National Assembly Foreign Affairs Committee for approval of the Agreement, to the Turkish public a better understanding, the Turkish name of the agreement "Weapons of Mass Destruction" the addition of the phrase is honored to announce that request. Turkish and English texts are equally valid as cihetl to the Ministry, the agreement proposes the realization of a similar change its name in English. the proposed changed the names of
Agreement are as follows:
Turkish language:
"Republic of Turkey and the Government of the United States between the Government Agreement on Cooperation for Facilitating the provision of Assistance for the purpose of the Prevention of Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction"
English: || | "Agreement Between the Government of the Republic of Turkey and the Government of the United States of America Regarding Cooperation to Facilitate the Provision of Assistance for Weapons of Mass Destruction Non Proliferation Purposes" changes in
Name, -Anlaş mania Full text of June 14, 2005 stay signed on as chitin is only the first page will result in the modification of the Agreement, the change can be formalized through an exchange of notes.
United States officials if they approve the amendment of this note, that the new Turkish and English names of the agreement must be considered as a formal approval of the Turkish side.
Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterates the deepest respect for the United States Embassy in taking advantage of this opportunity.
Ankara, December 14, 2005
United States Embassy in Ankara



TEXT AMENDED AGREEMENT with NOTAM Teater GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY

BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO PREVENT SPREAD OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION facilitation of the AID PROVIDED FOR THE PURPOSE


FOR ON COOPERATION AGREEMENT
Republic of Turkey (hereinafter referred to as "Turkey" will be defined) with the United States Government (hereinafter the "United States" as will be described), together "States Parties":
Mass Destruction weapons (WMD) and missile launch systems by preventing them in connection with dual-use goods and technology diffusion, and this kind of material concern to end-users about the spread and economic to ensure the control of transfers to the end uses, techniques and of cooperation to facilitate the provision of other related assistance, recognizing that it is in the interest of the United States and Turkey;
Of effective export control and border security systems; short of, missile launch systems, linked to dual-use materials and worrying end-users about the spread of such materials by controlling the spread of technology and recognizing that it is essential in the control of the transfer to the end user;
The promotion of such cooperation, the United States to Turkey, database services, software, training or equipment, supplies, as supply allocation and technology, noting that it intends to provide free assistance;
Have agreed on the following issues:
II. SCOPE OF COOPERATION
a) The purpose of the Agreement; strengthening of cooperation between the parties and Turkey's short of, the prevention of illegal trade in missile launch systems and related dual-use materials and technologies, deterring, undetected and the national export control system for the prevention, the law enforcement applications and border security is to support the efforts aimed at reinforcing .
B) in relation to Turkey, the coordinating authority of the Agreement, the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs General Directorate of International Security Affairs will be. In terms of the United States, the US State Department Bureau for the Prevention of the Spread. Both State Party may change its coordination office by giving notice in writing to each other.
C) the party or parties ministries or institutions, in liaison with their coordination authorities, implementation agreements or make arrangements for the fulfillment of the objectives of this Agreement. Such practices provided in the framework of agreements or arrangements with any assistance and personnel associated with all activities, the provisions of this Agreement.
D) the assistance that will be provided by the agreement the United States (including technical requirements for any material or equipment) the amount and type of Turkey's needs and requirements are fully determined by taking the United States into account.
E) The Parties will collaboratively identify what kind of help is needed and will facilitate the implementation of this assistance.
F) For the purposes of this Agreement, "weapons of mass destruction" means; other nuclear explosive devices, nuclear weapons, chemical weapons, biological weapons, means and radiological weapons.
II. TAXES AND OTHER FINANCIAL LIABILITIES
Services provided free of charge under this Agreement, databases, computer software, training, equipment, materials, allocation and technology Republic of Turkey, the country implemented (including value added tax and excise tax), taxes or (including stamp duty) will not be subject to fees.
III. REVIEW OF AID TO USE
reasonable request, the United States representative of any help to use the provided in this Agreement, during the period in force of the Agreement will be allowed to watch where he's taken or used help. Coordination authorities, the scope of such a monitoring mechanism, will consult to determine the conditions and methods.
IV. USING THE HELP
Turkey, all the services provided under this Agreement, databases, computer software, training, equipment, materials, allocation and technology not only the purposes specified in this Agreement or the parties, in advance, will be used on similar targets they agreed in writing.
V. Inalienability, PRIVACY

A) in relation to the assistance provided in this Agreement, technical evaluation and implementation results in any other technical information and technology with information obtained from each of the two Parties can not be transferred to a third party without the prior written consent of the other Party.
B) Turkey, the United States without prior written consent of any services to be provided, then this Agreement by the United States, training, tools, material, the allocation and technology use or possession, right, an official of Turkey, employee or except for the representative can not be transferred to anyone. Turkey is about to consent to take reasonable measures to ensure the security of such material.
C) of supplies of parts and support equipment, training related to these and other services (plans, including disclosures or information) or restrictions for the transferred technology shall be valid for the period in force of this Agreement. When this Agreement ends, the parties coordinating authorities concerned tools, materials, shall hold consultations regarding the dissolution of the allocation or technology. United States these tools, materials, or technology shall request the return of the allocation, upon payment by the United States of the expenses for repatriation, Turkey declare that the material will be sent back.
VI. DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
The comment of this Agreement and any disputes arising from the application, will be resolved by the parties to engage in consultation with each other.
VII. EFFECTIVENESS
this Agreement, the parties, the last written notification that it has completed the necessary domestic procedures for the entry into force of the Agreement will enter into force on the date they send nephew to another. The Agreement shall remain in force for three years and the expiry of that period, either party shall be automatically extended for a period of 6 months of bulunmadık year's written notice to terminate the Agreement to the other.
On June 14, 2005, in Ankara, Turkish and English languages, each text is made to be equally valid.

GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
ON BEHALF OF ON BEHALF
Ambassador Ali TUYGUN Ambassador Eric Edelman
Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs