Agreement By Exchange Of Letters

The Intergovernmental Commission may order the Regional Commission to submit proposals or draft agreements, make recommendations and report on issues under consideration by the Regional Commission. It makes recommendations to the parties and develops draft agreements where appropriate. 7. This agreement does not affect the activities of organizations created or likely to be created under international agreements. “I am honoured to say that in 1958, the Ministry of Atomic Energy and the Polish Atomic Energy Commission entered into an agreement under which each of the other two scholarships was offered for the training of Polish scientists in India and Indian scientists in Poland in certain fields of atomic energy science and technology. The training of the four scientists is now complete. Since 1958, the two organizations have also exchanged unclassified information and publications in the field of nuclear energy development for peaceful purposes. Warsaw, 21 February 1963 LETTERSNo. 9/13/61-ER30. November 1962 Excellence, “I have the honour of saying that in 1958, the Ministry of Atomic Energy and the Polish Atomic Energy Commission entered into an agreement under which each of the other two scholarships was offered for the training of Polish scientists in India and Indian scientists in Poland in certain fields of atomic energy science and technology. The training of the four scientists is now complete.

Since 1958, the exchange of unclassified information and publications in the field of the development of atomic energy for peaceful purposes has also taken place between the two organizations (2). I am pleased to inform you that the Government of India, which recognises the importance of the development of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes and promotes measures to improve friendly relations between our two countries, has decided to conclude a cooperation agreement with the Polish Government for the research and development of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes. In line with this objective and in accordance with the conclusions drawn from informal approaches, the Indian government and the Polish government agree (i) nuclear energy and related research, excluding information of a secret nature or information: which cannot be freely exchanged by one of the parties because it has been obtained or developed by a third party or which has a commercial value and which are subject to a specific agreement on the part of the ceding party;ii) to organise the visit of scientists, as can be agreed by a common agreement from time to time; (iii) extend the facilities required by the parties to this agreement for the purchase of nuclear materials and equipment; (iv) when implementing joint projects that can be agreed to by time; (iii) extend the facilities required by the parties to this agreement for the purchase of nuclear materials and equipment; (iv) in the implementation of joint projects that can be agreed upon from time to time; , to cooperate;v) to grant scholarships for the training of Polish scientists in India and Indian scientists in Poland, as is necessary from time to time.4.