Agreement on the preservation of the specialization of enterprises and organizations involved in the production of military products in the framework of the Collective Security Treaty Organization

The member states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (hereinafter - the CSTO), hereinafter referred to as the Parties,

Recognizing the need to maintain and develop cooperation in the manufacture of military products on the basis of the existing production and scientific and technical cooperation,

Guided by the mutual desire to develop the integration of the defense industries of the Parties on a long-term basis,

developing the provisions of the Agreement on the Basic Principles of Military-Technical Cooperation between the States Parties to the Collective Security Treaty of May 15, 1992, signed on June 20, 2000,

agreed as follows:

Article 1

The parties shall provide the necessary conditions for the preservation of the specialization of enterprises and organizations involved in the manufacture of military products and the supply of the necessary materials and semi-finished products, component parts and products, training and auxiliary equipment, as well as in the performance of work and the provision of military services. appointments, regardless of their organizational and legal form and form of ownership in the framework of bilateral industrial and scientific and technical cooperation.

Article 2

For the purposes of this Agreement, basic terms are used with the following meanings:

"Production of defense products" - the activities of enterprises for the development, manufacture, maintenance of operation, including maintenance and modernization, as well as recycling of defense products;

“material” is the initial object of labor consumed for the manufacture or maintenance of the product;

"semi-finished product" - a product of the supplier, subject to additional processing or assembly at the enterprise-consumer;

"component elements and products" - elements and products manufactured by supplying companies and used as components of products manufactured by manufacturers;

"educational and auxiliary property" - materials, parts, components, units used as an educational and material base, as well as ensuring its operation and repair during the training of personnel and personnel;

"Acceptance" - verification of compliance of drug products with the requirements established for it, and paperwork on the suitability of drugs for delivery and / or use.

Article 3

The authorized bodies of the Parties for the implementation of this Agreement are:

from the Republic of Armenia - the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Armenia;

from the Republic of Belarus - the State Military-Industrial Committee of the Republic of Belarus;

from the Republic of Kazakhstan - the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Kazakhstan;

from the Kyrgyz Republic - the Ministry of Economic Regulation of the Kyrgyz Republic;

from the Russian Federation - the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation;

from the Republic of Tajikistan - the Ministry of Energy and Industry of the Republic of Tajikistan;

from the Republic of Uzbekistan - the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

In the event of a change in the authorized body, each Party shall notify the CSTO Secretary General through diplomatic channels, who shall notify the other Parties in the prescribed manner.

Article 4

The CSTO Interstate Commission for Military-Economic Cooperation, on the proposals of the authorized bodies of the Parties, compiles lists of enterprises and organizations whose specialization is advisable to maintain in the interests of the military-economic cooperation of the CSTO member states (hereinafter referred to as Lists) and sends them to the CSTO member states for approval by the governments of the Parties .

Article 5

Establishment of the procedure and deadlines for withdrawal of the production of defense products produced by enterprises and organizations of the Parties indicated in the Lists, changing the composition of these enterprises and organizations, and making decisions on the participation of enterprises and organizations in joint development and production of new types of weapons and military equipment is carried out by agreement of the authorized authorities of the Parties in accordance with their national legislation.

Article 6

Deliveries of materials and semi-finished products, components and products, training and auxiliary property, the performance of work and the provision of military services necessary for the production of military equipment are carried out on the basis of bilateral intergovernmental agreements (contracts, contracts).

Article 7

Acceptance and quality control of the supplied products for military purposes is carried out in accordance with bilateral intergovernmental agreements on industrial and scientific-technical cooperation of enterprises of the defense industries, as well as in accordance with the current regulatory and technical documentation.

Article 8

The Parties undertake not to transfer (not sell) materials, semi-finished products, components, documentation and information obtained under this Agreement to third states, their citizens and organizations, as well as international organizations without the prior consent of the supplying Party.

Article 9

The parties shall exchange information on matters relating to the production of products for military purposes, the performance of work and the provision of services to the extent necessary to carry out joint work, in accordance with their national legislation and international treaties to which they are parties.

Mutual transfer and protection of information constituting secret information is carried out in accordance with the Agreement on mutual security of secret information within the framework of the Collective Security Treaty Organization of June 18, 2004 and bilateral international treaties concluded between the Parties.

Article 10

The order of use and protection of rights to the results of intellectual activity transferred by the Parties to each other or created in the process of cooperation under this Agreement is carried out in accordance with the Agreement on the mutual protection of rights to the results of intellectual activity obtained and used in the course of military-economic cooperation within the Organization Collective Security Treaty of October 6, 2007.

Article 11

This Agreement does not affect the rights and obligations of the Parties under other international treaties to which they are parties.

Article 12

Disputes and controversies regarding the interpretation and application of this Agreement shall be resolved through consultations and negotiations between the Parties concerned.

Article 13

By agreement of the Parties, this Agreement may be amended and supplemented, being an integral part thereof, which are drawn up by the relevant protocol and enter into force in the manner provided for in Article 14 of this Agreement.

Article 14

This Agreement shall enter into force on the date of deposit with the depositary of the fourth written notice of the implementation by the Signatories of the internal procedures required for its entry into force.

For the Parties that have completed the necessary domestic procedures later, this Agreement enters into force from the date of the delivery of the relevant documents to the depositary.

Article 15

This Agreement is valid for the duration of the Collective Security Treaty of May 15, 1992, unless the Parties agree otherwise.

Each Party may withdraw from this Agreement by sending a written notice to the depositary no later than six months before the date of withdrawal, settling the financial and other obligations that have arisen during the term of this Agreement.

Done in the city of Moscow on December 10, 2010 in one authentic copy in Russian. The original copy is kept in the Secretariat of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, which will send each Party that has signed this Agreement its certified copy.

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