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Agreement On Air Transport

The European Community and the Swiss Confederation declare their intention to enter into negotiations for agreements in areas of common interest, such as the update of Protocol 2 of the 1972 Free Trade Agreement and Switzerland`s participation in certain Community training, youth, media, statistics and environmental programmes. Preparatory work for these negotiations is expected to continue quickly as soon as the ongoing bilateral negotiations are completed. 2. If an agreement between one of the contracting parties and a third country or an international organisation adversely affects the interests of the other party, the latter may, notwithstanding the provisions of Regulation (EEC) No. 2408/92 of the Council in the annex of this agreement, take appropriate temporary safeguard measures in the area of market access, in order to preserve the balance of this agreement. However, such measures can only be adopted after consultation with the Joint Committee. – agreement on scientific and technological cooperation. In 1913, a bilateral exchange of notes [1] between Germany and France was signed in the first agreement to provide airship services. (a) on air traffic issues dealt with in international organisations; and one. This agreement is ratified or approved by the parties according to their own procedures. It will come into force on the first day of the second month following the final notification of the tabling of the instruments for ratification or approval of the following seven conventions: 2. The Swiss authorities decide, in accordance with Articles 8 and 9, the admissibility of all agreements, decisions and joint practices as well as the abuse of a dominant position on links between Switzerland and third countries. Agreement between the European Community and the Swiss Confederation on Air TransportLE SWISS CONFEDERATIO has been called “Switzerland” and THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY, referred to as `Community`, `contracting parties`, RECOGNISING the integrated nature of international civil aviation and in order to harmonise rules on intra-European air transport; rules that do not affect the provisions of the Treaty establishing the European Community (hereafter referred to as the `EC Treaty`), including existing EU powers within the meaning of Articles 81 and 82 of the EC Treaty and the resulting competition rules; CONSIDERING that these provisions should be based on the legislation in force in the Community at the date of the signing of this agreement; The OBJECTIVE to prevent any diverging interpretation, while fully asserting the independence of the courts, and to achieve as uniform an interpretation as possible of the provisions of this agreement and the corresponding provisions of Community law, which are essentially reflected in this agreement;

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