Government Cancels Four CIS Agreements

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The agreement on mutual protection of interstate secrets, signed in Minsk on 22 January 1993, was denounced. The document was adopted “out of the need to ensure the protection of interstate secrets in political, economic, scientific, technical and military cooperation”. The reason for the cancellation is the existence of similar bilateral agreements with many CIS countries, in particular Russia and Ukraine. The agreements on the dissemination of documents on interstate standardization, signed in Dushanbe on 1 June 2018, and on the basic principles of cooperation in the peaceful use of atomic energy, signed in Minsk on 26 June 1992, are also cancelled.