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Federal Law Gazette Federal Law Gazette Part II 1969 No. 31 of May 23, 1969 - pages 1012 to 1017 - Announcement of the agreement between the government of the Federal Republic of Germany and the government of India on the duty-free import of donations in kind

Announcement of the agreement between the government of the Federal Republic of Germany and the government of India on the duty-free import of donations in kind 1012 Federal Law Gazette, year 1969, part II Announcement of the agreement between the government of the Federal Republic of Germany and the government of India on the duty-free import of donations in kind from 22 April 1969 In New Delhi an agreement between the government of the Federal Republic of Germany and the government of India on the importation of donations in kind was signed on July 24, 19 (> 8). The agreement is based on its Arlik 1 6 para. 1 in Kiiilt on July 24, 1968; it will be published with the supplementary exchange of notes from the same day below: Bonn, April 22, 1969 The B and Es minister des Au sw aitig en on behalf of IT arkort No. 31 - day of the edition: Bonn, 23 May 19G9 1013 Agreement between the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Government Government of India on the duty-free importation of donations in kind. THE GOVERNMENT digon Authority of the Federal Republic of Germany to THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY (the one according to which these articles corresponded to the applicable food and drug lending regulations. THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA Article 3 in view of the common desire to import and distribute donations in kind for aid and rehabilitation | 1 | Gulei tatiuns / vverke introduced under this agreement have agreed the following: and articles are only used for aid and rehabilitation -, - two or for sanitary and social welfare purposes Article 1; if intended for distribution, they are distributed free of charge to the poor without any discrimination (1) The government of India permits duty-free distribution to the needy. Import of all goods and articles referred to in Article 2, which are sold by aid agencies in the Federal Republic of Germany (2) The government of India can be donated by cause and through the "Department of Social Wel- ensure that the recognized recipient remi ichtunar" of the government of India in the ports of Kaiaryon provide evidence that the kutta, Goods imported into Madras and Bombay or certain airports at the agreement have been duly used for the free aid and rehabilitation organizations - one of the above-mentioned purposes - finally sent to the branches of these aid agencies in India - which are sent by the government Article 4 is now or will be recognized by India. , .., -. r,,,.,. ,. ,. _ J (1) The flat and insurance costs up to the entry (2) "Aid in the Federal Republic of Germany" in the luhrhafen airport in India for goods and articles, the meaning of this article are such free welfare agreements within the framework of this agreement , carries volumes, other non-profit organizations or officially the relevant aid agency in the Federal Republic of Germany or private agencies in the Federal Republic of German Germany. land serving welfare or rehabilitation purposes, ".". _ ,,,,. . .. n ,. . ,,. ,, (2) The transport costs (including port charges and by means of a corresponding certificate from the Federal ¦ ,,. C ¦, TI,,. ~ ".....,", ¦, ,, - ,, mi (costs for Storage, transshipment, etc. as well as the forwarding government prove that they are entitled to pay Hills-,., _. L:, _.. ,,, ..,. R,,,,,,,, costs) from the place of arrival in India to carry out measures according to this agreement., "..,.,,.. .. ... specified destination railway station in India for the goods and articles imported under this agreement carries di e government of India. (1) For the purposes of this Agreement, goods and articles for aid and rehabilitation purposes for consumption are defined as cereals and other foods including milk powder, processed foods and Diesos Agreement also applies to the State of Berlin, provided that multi-purpose foods, pharmacy goods and Medicines nichl the government of the Federal Republic of Germany tel, multivitamin tablets, hospital facilities and vis-à-vis the government of India within three -requirement including vehicles that are set up as ambulance vehicles Mündl (, n after the agreement comes into force against and or mobile pharmacies, land- 0lllcJe Article Article 6 economic equipment and such other donated goods and articles for aid and rehabilitation purposes, as they are by the governments of the Federal Republic of Germany Czech Republic (1) This Agreement shall come into effect on the day of its signing and India to be agreed. in force. (2) All foodstuffs and medicinal products that are (2) This Agreement can be terminated in writing at any time by either party of this Agreement from the Federal Republic of Germany; it occurs to be executed, a certificate of the -status- six months after its termination is except Krall. DONE at New Delhi on the 24th of July in six originals, two each in the German language, two in Hindi and two in the English language, each text being equally binding. For the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany: M irbach Für che Government of India: R ajwade 1014 Federal Law Gazette, Year 1969, Part II Notes Ministry of External Affairs (Economic Division) July 24, 1968. No. B. 206 14 6.5 Excellency, With relerence to Article 1 ol the Agreement on duty free entry of donated goods for relief and rehabilitation purposes between the Government of Inciia and the Government oi the Föderal Republic ol Germany signed today, I have the honor to State the understanding reached betv \ een the tvvo Governments as follows: - i) The Government of the Föderal Republic ol Germany vvould give