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1992: Cooperation Agreement On The Forecast, Prevention And Mitigation Of Natural And Technological Disasters Among The Government Of The Republic Of Austria, The Government Of The Republic Of Croatia, The Government Of The Republic Of Hungary, The Government Of The Republic Of Italy, The Government Of The Republic Of Poland, The Government Of The Republic Of Slovenia

Related Lineage is: Cooperation Natural Disasters
  Provision  First Coders Codes  Second Coders Codes 
Titl.1  Cooperation Agreement On The Forecast, Prevention And Mitigation Of Natural And Technological Disasters Among The Government Of The Republic Of Austria, The Government Of The Republic Of Croatia, The Government Of The Republic Of Hungary, The Government Of The Republic Of Italy, The Government Of The Republic Of Poland, The Government Of The Republic Of Slovenia  TITL  TITL 
Src.1  Source:  SRC  SRC 
Pre.1  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA,  DESC GOAL  DESC GOAL 
Pre.2  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA,     
Pre.3  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF HUNGARY,     
Pre.4  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ITALY,     
Pre.5  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND,     
Pre.6  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA,     
Pre.7  Aware of the risks caused by natural and technological disasters which their respective countries are exposed to,     
Pre.8  Desiring to develop cooperation in the field of forecast and prevention of natural and technological disasters,     
Pre.9  Stressing the importance of coordinating their efforts to assist Contracting Parties struck by any such disaster     
Pre.10  Convinced that enhanced collaboration also in the field of Civil Protection and Disaster Management will strengthen the ties of friendship among the Contracting Parties     
Pre.11  agrees as follows:     
Art.1  Article 1  SUBS  SUBS 
Art.1.0x  Cooperation in the field of forecast and prevention of major risks, entailing serious consequences for the safety of people, assets and environment, shall primarily include:     
Art.1.1  1. exchange of scientific and technical information and relevant data on a regular basis. This exchange of information will be carried out in conformity with the laws and regulations in force in eht territory of each Contracting Party;  SCIR INFO  SCIR INFO 
Art.1.2  2. Implementation of common research programmes;  SCIR  SCIR 
Art.1.3  3. training of experts in the field of forecast, prevention and relief, in order to set up common programmes on Civil Protection and Disaster Management  SCIR  INFO 
Art.2  Article 2  HOBS HOBF SBS  HOBS HOBF SBS 
Art.2.1x  The trends of cooperation and the implementation of the provisions of Article 1 will be agreed upon by a Joint Committee, made up of representatives of the Contracting Parties.     
Art.2.2x  The Joint Committee will give recommendations to the Contracting Parties as regards the implementation of Article 1 and will propose specific fields and priorities for the aforesaid cooperation.     
Art.2.3x  The Joint Committee will meet once a year and exceptionally more often upon request of one of the Contracting Parties, it will be chaired in annual rotating shifts by each Contracting Party, following the English alphabetical order of the names of the members States.     
Art.2.4x  The Joint Committee, if necessary, can designate Sub Committees in charge of specific sectors.     
Art.2.5x  The Joint Committee will adopt its own rules of procedure.     
Art.3  Article 3  HOBF SUBS  HOBF SUBS 
Art.3.1x  Closers cooperation should be envisaged among the Contracting Parties should a major natural or technological disaster occur in the territory of one of the Contracting Parties.     
Art.3.2x  All procedures for stronger cooperation and tighter solidarity will be agreed upon by the Joint Committee mentioned in Article 2     
Art.4  Article 4  SUBS  SUBS 
Art.4.1x  If a major disaster strikes a State not party to this Agreement the Contracting Parties willing to help that Country will coordinate their actions as to ensure a better result of their common efforts in compliance with the rules and trends set out by the Joint Committee mentioned in Article 2.     
Art.5  Article 5  DISP HOBF  DISP 
Art.5.1x  Disputes arising from the interpretation and implementation of the present Agreement, which cannot be solved by the Joint Committee, will be settled through diplomatic channels.     
Art.6  Article 6     
Art.6.1x  The present Agreement will not affect Bilateral Agreements on Civil Protection and Disatster Management and will be executed in accordance with International Agreements in the same field.  SOVR  SOVR 
Art.7  Article 7  NATBS  NATBS 
Art.7.1x  The Contracting Parties inform each other of the designation of national Authority that will act as coordinator for the implementation of this Agreement.     
Art.8  Article 8  DEPO  DEPO 
Art.8.1x  The Government of Italy will act as a Depository for this Agreement.     
Art.9  Article 9  DEPO EIF MEMB  MEMB EIF DEPO 
Art.9.1x  The Contracting Parties to this Agreement will notify the Depository through diplomatic channels that this Agreement has been approved in accordance with their respective national legislations.     
Art.9.2x  This Agreement will enter into force on the first day of the month following the expiration of a period of three months after the data on which the their Contracting Party has notified the Depository that the Agreement has been approved according to its national legislation.     
Art.9.3x  This Agreement enters into force only among the Contracting Parties that have given the above notification to the Depository.     
Art.10  Article 10  EIF RESV  EIF RESV 
Art.10.1x  This Agreement has an unlimited duration.     
Art.10.2x  A Contracting Party wishing to withdraw from this Agreement will notify this decision to the Depository.     
Art.10.3x  The withdrawing State will cease to be a Contracting Party six months after the notification has been received by the Depository.     
Art.10.4x  The Depository will inform the other Contracting Parties of the withdrawal, which will only affect the relationship between the withdrawing State and the other Contracting Parties.     
Art.11  Article 11  MEMB DEPO  MEMB EIF DEPO 
Art.11.1x  Every other State, member of the Central European Initiative – aiming at a better regional cooperation among the Governments enumerated in the Preamble to this Agreement – can accede to this Agreement by informing the Depository in writing of its intention to accede, subject to the consent of all the Contracting Parties.    RELA 
Art.11.2x  The accession will come into effect in compliance with the procedures set out in Article 9 which apply to the Contracting Parties.     
Art.11.3x  The Depository will transmit a certified copy of the document of accession to the Government of each signatory State as well as to the Governments of the States that have acceded to this Agreement later.     
Art.12  Article 12  TEXT DEPO CONC  TEXT CONC 
Art.12.1x  Done in Vienna on July, 18th 1992 in a single authentic English text, which will be deposited in the archives of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.     
Conc.1  For the Government Of The Republic Of Austria:     
Conc.2  Alois Mock     
Conc.3  For the Government Of The Republic Of Italy:     
Conc.4  Vincenzo Scotti     
Conc.5  For the Government Of The Republic Of Croatia:     
Conc.6  Zdenko Skrabalo     
Conc.7  For the Government Of The Republic Of Poland:     
Conc.8  Krzysztof Skubiszewski     
Conc.9  For the Government Of The Republic Of Hungary:     
Conc.10  Geza Jeszenszky     
Conc.11  For the Government Of The Republic Of Slovenia:     
Conc.12  Dimitrij Rupel     
Please cite as:
Data from Ronald B. Mitchell. 2002-2017. International Environmental Agreements Database Project (Version 2014.3).
Available at: http://iea-archive.uoregon.edu/
Date accessed: 29 March 2017