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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Under an existing bilateral treaty, adding Berlin would mean dropping operations to Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg or Duesseldorf.
st], 2015 to the Polish Government a notification of dispute and request for an amicable settlement under the Bilateral Treaty between Poland and Greece for the Promotion and Reciprocal Protection of Investment, regarding the P4 investment.
The visit also marks the first formal consultations between the top military brass of the two countries after Sept 30, when the United States and Afghanistan signed a bilateral treaty agreement.
This work continues the cooperation at both a strategic and industrial level in the future combat air system arena between France and the UK since the signing of a bilateral treaty in 2010, and builds upon the success of existing national programmes such as nEUROn in France and Taranis in the UK.
There is no need to reenter into another bilateral treaty or aACAyconvert' the existing gas purchase agreement into a treaty to avoid sanctions," Soufi said.
will most certainly deny any extradition request of Knox by Italy under the 2010 Bilateral Treaty," Wilson told (http://hollywoodlife.
This country recently negotiated a bilateral treaty with Brazil to extradite a solicitor who allegedly stole cash.
Apart from invoking the bilateral treaty, the FBR's proposal is based on various conventions of the United Nations, according to which, member states could not become or prove to be safe havens for three types of laundered money: that which is generated through illicit drug trafficking, money from tax evasion and money from malpractices and corruption.
While encouraging the neighbours to have an institutional arrangement for beneficial sharing of common waters, the World Bank has offered finances and services as an 'honest broker' for joint water management under a bilateral treaty.
This bilateral treaty encompasses trade, investments, agriculture, water management, health, biotechnology, culture and sports.
Shortly this year, Director of the Public Revenue and Tax Department in the Ministry of Economy and Finance, Moftah Jassim al-Moftah, will travel to Peru to resume talks on reviewing pending provisions of the bilateral treaty with the aim of finding a mutually acceptable and beneficial outcome, a mission statement said.
The top government spokesman reiterated Japan's claim that the issue was settled by a bilateral treaty in 1965 that normalized diplomatic ties between the two countries.
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