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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They are likely to highlight legal status of the Indian decision in presence various internal laws and United Nations resolutions on Kashmir as well as bilateral treaties signed between the two countries especially on the simmering issue of Kashmir.
President Trump has charged this Administration with beginning a new chapter by seeking a new era of arms control that moves beyond the bilateral treaties of the past.
The parties reviewed existing interstate, intergovernmental, interdepartmental and other bilateral treaties.
aACoeThe meeting will explore the ways to reduce the huge trade deficit between the two countries, discussing whether to amend the bilateral treaties as per the need of the time or deal the issues through a new way,aACA[yen] the state news agency RSS quoted Rabi Shanker Sainju, Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies, as saying.
information and also starting process of bilateral treaties
The other achievement was signing and ratification of bilateral treaty with Switzerland for exchange of financial information and also starting process of bilateral treaties on extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance with United Kingdom (UK), United Arab Emirates (UAE) and China.
He added that a Mutual Legal Assistance Bill was also being introduced to have bilateral treaties with other states for exchange of information.
In case of all bilateral treaties, the information is being received on request.
The Eminent Persons' Group from both Nepal and India has compiled a final recommendation to be submitted to the concerned governments to review all bilateral treaties including the treaty of 1950.
Dumberry addresses two questions that scholars have debated during the past 20 years regarding the fair and equitable treatment standard found in bilateral treaties to promote and protect investments.
It includes the minimum standards of actions on base erosion and profit shifting regarding bilateral treaties — treaty abuse, and making dispute resolution mechanisms more effective.
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.
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