National Assembly Ratifies A Number of International Agreemen’s

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–At its meeting Tuesday–the National Assembly ratified the following agreemen’s: "Between the Governmen’s of the Russian Federation and Armenia on the Regulation of the Voluntary Migration Processes,"Between the Republic of Armenia and the Russian Federation on the Legal Status of the Citizens of Armenia Residing in the Russian Federation and Citizens of the Russian Federation Residing in Armenia"–"Between the Governmen’s of the Republic of Armenia and Kyrgyzstan on the Legal Information Exchange,"On the Conditions of the Siting of the Armenian Regional Branch of the International Scientific and Technical Center in Armenia."

The National Assembly also made a decision on acceding to the convention "On Hygiene and Job Safety in Mines."

The first agreement was signed in Moscow–on August 29 1997. This agreement is aimed at developing coordinated migration policy–in particular–the creation of favorable conditions for migran’s.

The country of departure will assist migran’s in leaving–and the country of entrance – in renting–purchasing or building dwellings. The agreement was signed for a period of five years and can be extended by mutual consent of the parties.

The second agreement was also signed on August 29 1997 and provides for affording the citizens residing in the territories of the signatory states every opportunity to realize their political–social–cultural and other rights.

The third agreement was signed on April 21 1997 in Yerevan. The agreement is aimed at ensuring the exchange of legislative and sublegal acts between the Armenian and Kirgizian governmen’s–which will promote the fulfillment of economic and other agreemen’s–formation and development of a law-abiding state.

The fourth agreement was signed by Armenia and the International Scientific and Technical Center on June 15 1998 in Yerevan. The agreement stipulates the status of the Armenian regional organization–regulates its financial and material security.

The convention "On Hygiene and Job Safety in Mines"–which was signed in Geneve on June 22 1995–is aimed at developing measures on providing adequate working conditions–preventing the danger for their health and environment as a result of the operation of the mining industry.

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