Partnership And Cooperation Agreements

1. The contracting parties are expanding and strengthening cooperation in this area with a view to the gradual integration of their respective telecommunications and mail networks at the technical level. To this end, they will take in particular the following measures: recognising that Russia is no longer a state trading country, that it is now a country whose economy is changing and that subsequent progress towards a market economy is encouraged by cooperation between the parties in the forms defined in this agreement, the Community`s human rights policy pays particular attention to , in accordance with the Council`s declaration of 11 May 1992 providing for the inclusion of this reference in the cooperation or association agreements between the Community and its CSCE partners, as well as measures that could promote cooperation with other countries of the former USSR. (2) Cooperation covers, among other areas: A Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (APC) is a legally binding agreement between the EU and third countries. It is one of three types of international agreements. The EU works for the democratic and economic development of a country through a partnership and cooperation agreement. A PCA is usually concluded for a period of ten years, after which they are automatically renewed each year, unless no objections are raised. 2. the intention to establish close economic and political cooperation (more than mere cooperation); 3. the creation of administrative bodies responsible for the management of cooperation, responsible for making decisions involving the contracting parties; 4. Offering the most favoured treatments in the nation; 5) the creation of a special relationship between the EC and its partner; 6. Since 1995, the clause on respect for human rights and democratic principles has been systematically introduced and is an essential element of the agreement; In view of the experience, competence and possibilities of the Member States and the Community, cooperation in this area, supported by the Technical Assistance of the Community, relates, among other things, to the following: I refer to our common desire to facilitate the ongoing nuclear disarmament process by all practical means. We agreed to take all necessary measures to consult with all the countries concerned if it turns out that the implementation of the respective bilateral and multilateral agreements could seriously harm or harm the institutions of the parties.

NOTE that the Community and Russia wish to strengthen these relations and establish a partnership and cooperation that would strengthen and strengthen the relations that have developed between them in the past, notably through the agreement between the European Economic Community and the European Atomic Energy Community and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on trade and trade and economic cooperation. December 18, 1989. In recent history, such agreements have been signed within the framework of two EU policies: the Stabilisation and Association Process (SAp) and the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP). encourages the adoption of an arbitration procedure for the settlement of disputes arising from commercial and cooperative transactions between Community economic operators and Russian economic operators, 3. Without prejudice to the continued cooperation provided for by this agreement, including Articles 82 and 84, mutual assistance between the administrative authorities of the parties in customs matters is provided in accordance with Protocol 2.