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Specific Agreement Of Cooperation

2. Cooperation between the parties is based on a specific needs assessment carried out in the context of mutual consultations between the parties and carried out in accordance with relevant EU legislation and individual companies. Cooperation will focus, among other things, on: 3. The parties also agree to cooperate on issues relating to operational information techniques and to promote cooperation between the parties in this area through capacity building and technical assistance specific to the needs of each party and to help them respect the legal framework of the other parties. , including food security. , plant and animal health and the application of international standards. The parties agree to cooperate in the fight against organized, economic and financial crime and corruption. In particular, this cooperation aims to implement and promote relevant international standards and instruments, such as the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and its complementary protocols, and, where appropriate, the United Nations Convention against Corruption. implementation of safety, safety and pollution prevention standards, particularly in maritime and air transport, in accordance with relevant international conventions, including cooperation within relevant international bodies, to ensure better enforcement of international rules. To this end, the parties will encourage technical cooperation and road safety assistance, including search and rescue operations, accident and accident investigations. 5. To this end, the parties aim to strengthen cooperation through bilateral and multilateral frameworks, including technical assistance programmes to promote the development, transfer and use of environmentally friendly technologies, as well as partnership initiatives and agreements based on the principle of mutual utility for the rapid achievement of the Millennium Development Goals. A specific agreement is an agreement that indicates the areas of knowledge, specific activities, roles and financial responsibilities of the parties and academic departments that will be responsible for the implementation of the agreement.

Specific agreements are usually signed by the dean or department head concerned. 1. The parties are cooperating to strengthen gender policies and programmes and build institutional and administrative capacity and support the implementation of national gender equality strategies, including women`s rights and women`s empowerment, to ensure equal participation of men and women in all aspects of economic life cultural, political and social. Cooperation focuses in particular on improving women`s access to the resources needed to fully exercise their human rights. promote cooperation in the area of research and development D between the parties in the field of ICT; 6. The parties encourage dialogue and cooperation in the development of their trade and investment relations, including the resolution of trade problems and the provision of technical assistance and capacity-building programmes, to address trade issues, particularly in the areas covered by this title. 3. In the context of cooperation in the prevention and control of illegal immigration and without prejudice to the need to protect victims of human trafficking, the parties also agree that: the parties also agree to cooperate, on the basis of a specific needs analysis carried out in the context of mutual consultations, with a view to improving the effectiveness of their public administration. , including: and the exchange of experiences with economic policy coordination within the framework of regional economic cooperation and integration through bilateral and multilateral mechanisms within bilateral and multilateral mechanisms. areas of common interest, including the exchange of information on the reform process and the equitation of state-owned enterprises, in accordance with the laws and regulations of the parties.

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