Category: Bilateral Agreement

भारत, डेनमार्क ने बौद्धिक संपदा सहयोग संबंधी समझौता पत्र पर हस्ताक्षर किए

वाणिज्य एवं उद्योग मंत्रालय के उद्योग एवं आंतरिक व्यापार संवर्द्धन विभाग (डीपीआईआईटी) ने आज डेनमार्क के उद्योग, व्यापार एवं वित्तीय मामलों के मंत्रालय के डैनिश पेटेंट एवं ट्रेडमार्क कार्यालय के साथ बौद्धिक संपदा सहयोग के संबंध में एक समझौता पत्र (एमओयू) पर हस्ताक्षर किए। इस मौके पर डीपीआईआईटी के सचिव डॉ. गुरूप्रसाद महापात्र और डेनमार्क के राजदूत श्री फ्रैडी स्वेन ने इस समझौता पत्र पर औपचारिक तौर पर हस्ताक्षर किए।

Overview of China’s major foreign treaties concluded in 2018

The Chinese government has re-developed friendly relations with countries around the world, actively participated in the activities of regional and global international organizations, and has concluded a large number of bilateral and multilateral treaties in the fields of politics, economy, trade, culture, and judicial assistance, in order to maintain a stable and rapid national economy Development, building a well-off society in an all-round way, and deepening the all-round cooperation between China and countries around the world and international organizations provide good legal protection.

Anglo-China-Tibetan Agreement on Border[Simla Agreement-1914]

We, the Plenipotentiaries of Great Britain and Tibet, hereby record the following declaration to the effect that we acknowledge the annexed convention as initialled to be binding on the Governments of Great Britain and Tibet, and we agree that so long as the Government of China withholds signature to the aforesaid convention she will be debarred from the enjoyment of all privileges accruing therefrom.

Agreement on Trade and Intercourse with Tibet Region 1954 (Panchaseel Agreement)

The Government of the Republic of India and The Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China, Being desirous of promoting trade and cultural intercourse between Tibet Region of China and India and of facilitating pilgrimage and travel by the peoples of China and India, Have resolved to enter into the present Agreement based on the following principles :

mutual respect for each other’s territorial integrity and sovereignty,
mutual non-aggression,
mutual non-interference in each other’s internal affairs, (4) equality and mutual benefit, and (5) peaceful co-existence.

Indio-China 2005 Agreement on Guiding Principles for Settlement of Boundary Question

The differences on the boundary question should not be allowed to affect the overall development of bilateral relations. The two sides will resolve the boundary question through peaceful and friendly consultations. Neither side shall use or threaten to use force against the other by any means. The final solution of the boundary question will significantly promote good neighbourly and friendly relations between India and China.