Bilateral Treaty

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Bilateral Treaty

A treaty between two parties. The parties are usually two countries, but one or both may be a supranational organization like the European Union.
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This will allow the Federal Tax Service to develop cooperation with countries that have not acceded to multilateral international agreements on the exchange of information, or whose administrative practice provides for the conclusion of bilateral treaties.
The 1975 Algiers Agreement (also known as the Algiers Accord, sometimes as the Algiers Declaration) was an agreement between Iran and Iraq to settle their border disputes (such as the Shatt al-Arab, known as Arvand River in Iran), and served as basis for the bilateral treaties signed on June 13 and December 26, 1975.
Some politicians have warned that they will oppose bilateral treaties that benefit the United Kingdom in the Falkland Islands.
Though boundaries that include rivers and lakes are generally established in bilateral treaties, the interpretation of such agreements is often disputed and taken to an international tribunal.
The EU wants to replace around 120 sector-specific bilateral treaties with a new "framework agreement" that would make the Swiss automatically adopt many new EU laws.
Nearly 90 countries are working together on the development of a multilateral instrument capable of incorporating the tax treaty-related Beps measures into the existing network of bilateral treaties.
He was asked whether the government would have a relook at the bilateral treaties through which the government was not easily getting information about black money hoarders abroad.
Kyrgyzstan has signed a number of bilateral treaties on mutual support, encouragement and protection of investments, the press service of the Ministry of Economy said October 24.
But extradition is governed by bilateral treaties, not some international covenant.
By supporting extremist movements to repeatedly storm the holy shrine, the Israeli government is a damaging its legal obligation contained in international conventions and bilateral treaties.
Switzerland is not an EU member state, but a member of the European Free Trade Association and has signed several bilateral treaties with the communitarian bloc which regulate, among others, free movement of people.
It said that the Australian High Commissioner affirmed the ongoing bilateral treaties between Pakistan and Australia which are being proceeded to facilitate the investment and trade prospects.
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