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CONSIDERING. That at the Santa Xxxx Summit of the Americas meeting of Heads of State in 1996, the Inter-American Biodiversity Information Network (hereinafter “IABIN”) was created with the objective of providing a networking information infrastructure (such as standards and protocols) and biodiversity information content required by the countries of the Americas to improve decision-making, particularly for issues at the interface of human development and biodiversity conservation; That through IABIN, access will be made available to scientific information currently scattered throughout the world in different institutions, such as government organizations, museums, botanical gardens, universities, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs); That in order to fund the building of IABIN, GS/OAS and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (hereinafter the Bank) acting as an Implementing Agency of the Global Environment Facility (hereinafter the GEF) Trust Fund, approved the GEF Trust Fund Grant Agreement effective on October 4, 2004, as amended on February 10, 2006, June 26 2006, and December 19 2008 with GS/OAS (Annex 1 hereto) in an amount equal to US$6,000,000 (”Master Agreement”); That Article III of the Master Agreement provides that GS/OAS shall enter into sub-project agreements with “Eligible Institutions” to carry out certain project tasks and functions , and the Institution has been designated an “Eligible Institution” under the terms of that Agreement; and That GS/OAS is the central and permanent organ of the Organization of American States and is authorized to carry out relations of cooperation in accordance with Article 112(h) of the Charter and OAS General Assembly Resolution AG/RES. 57 (I- O/71); HAVE AGREED to sign this Project Agreement (hereinafter “Agreement”), based on the following provisions: ARTICLE I OBJECTIVE
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CONSIDERING in the light of this development, that it is advisable for the better fulfilment of the purposes of the Convention that persons taking part in proceedings before the Court be accorded certain immunities and facilities by a new Agreement, the European Agreement relating to Persons Participating in Proceedings of the European Court of Human Rights (hereinafter referred to as “this Agreement”), Have agreed as follows:
CONSIDERING. - i. That, on the Signature Date, the company has an authorized capital of five hundred million pesos, of which TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND (200,000) shares are subscribed, and TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND (200,000) paid, (hereinafter the "Shares") , and, being the latter, those that represent 100% of the paid capital of HEMP TEXTILES & CO SAS, a simplified joint stock company constituted and existing in accordance with the Laws of the Republic of Colombia, duly constituted and identified with NIT. 901,391,015-5 (hereinafter the “Company”).
CONSIDERING. 1. that PostgreSQLFr carries out its non profit activity of voluntary service for the promotion, the development and the protection of the Open Source database software known as 'PostgreSQL', in accordance with its statutes;
CONSIDERING. That at the Santa Xxxx Summit of the Americas meeting of Heads of State in 1996, the Inter-American Biodiversity Information Network (hereinafter “IABIN”) was created with the objective of providing a networking information infrastructure (such as standards and protocols) and biodiversity information content required by the countries of the Americas to improve decision-making, particularly for issues at the interface of human development and biodiversity conservation; That through IABIN, access will be made available to scientific information currently scattered throughout the world in different institutions, such as government organizations, museums, botanical gardens, universities, and NGOs; That in order to fund the building of IABIN, GS/OAS and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (hereinafter the “Bank”) acting as an Implementing Agency of the Global Environment Facility (hereinafter the “GEF”) Trust Fund, approved the GEF Trust Fund Grant Agreement effective on October 4, 2004, as amended on January 27, 2006 with GS/OAS (Annex 1 hereto) in an amount equal to US$6,000,000 (six million United States dollars); and That GS/OAS is the central and permanent organ of the Organization of American States and is authorized to carry out relations of cooperation in accordance with Article 112(h) of the Charter and OAS General Assembly Resolution AG/RES. 57 (I- O/71); HAVE AGREED to sign this Project Agreement (hereinafter “Agreement”), based on the following provisions:
CONSIDERING that Contractor shall carry out the survey and design, procurement of equipment and materials, supply, construction installation, technical service, training, debugging, commissioning, completion and warranty of the project, Principal hereby agrees to pay the contract price and other payables stipulated in the contract to Contractor according to the form and time as stipulated in the contract.
CONSIDERING. That at the Santa Xxxx Summit of the Americas meeting of Heads of State in 1996, the Inter-American Biodiversity Information Network (hereinafter “IABIN”) was created with the objective of providing a networking information infrastructure (such as standards and protocols) and biodiversity information content required by the countries of the Americas to improve decision-making, particularly for issues at the interface of human development and biodiversity conservation; That through IABIN, access will be made available to scientific information currently scattered throughout the world in different institutions, such as government organizations, museums, botanical gardens, universities, and nongovernmental organizations (“NGOs”); That in order to fund the “Building IABIN” project, GS/OAS and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (hereinafter the “Bank”) acting as an Implementing Agency of the Global Environment Facility (hereinafter the “GEF”) Trust Fund, approved the GEF Trust Fund Grant Agreement effective on October 4, 2004, as amended on February 10, 2006, June 26 2006, December 19 2008 and March 5, 2009 with GS/OAS (Annex 1 hereto) in an amount equal to US$6,000,000 (”Master Agreement”); That the objectives of the Master Agreement are: (a) to develop IABIN; and (b) to provide the necessary instruments to draw knowledge from the information contained in the network mentioned to support sound decision-making concerning the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. That Part C of the Description of the Project in the Master Agreement includes the following activities: (i) design of value-added applications that will demonstrate to decision makers in Participating Countries how the data and information to be maintained in, and provided by, XXXXX could be effectively used in the decision-making process (ii) identification of socio-economic data relevant to biodiversity and development of tools to permit IABIN users to access said information through IABIN in an integrated manner (iii) identification of information products at the regional level which would allow IABIN users to visualize and analyze data and information in an interactive and non-interactive approach (iv) design of models which will permit IABIN users to utilize data and develop scenarios for decision makers based on said models. That Article III of the Master Agreement provides that GS/OAS shall enter into sub-project agreements with “Eligible Institutions” to carry...
CONSIDERING the Convention for the Establishment of a European Organization for Nuclear Research, and the Financial Protocol annexed thereto, which was signed on 1 July 1953, entered into force on 29 September 1954 and was amended on 17 January 1971 (“the Convention”); the Resolution by the CERN Council (“the Council”) dated 17 June 2010 (as set out in Annex 3 to the “Report on Geographical Enlargement of CERN”, CERN/2918/Rev.), by which it created the status of Associate Member State; the Council decision dated 15 March 2018 (CERN/3342/RA/Rev.), introducing deadlines applicable to the different steps in the process of accession to Associate Membership designed to streamline said process; the Council decision dated 26 September 2019 (CERN/3436/C/Rev.), in accordance with which the annual contribution of an Associate Member State shall be agreed by the Parties taking due consideration of the number of CERN users affiliated to its universities and institutes as well as its national infrastructure used by European particle physicists, always provided that such annual contribution shall not be less than 10% of the State’s theoretical Membership contribution and shall, in any event, correspond at least to the minimum contribution level determined by the Council1; the conditions applicable to the status of Associate Member State (the “Standard Terms”), as reviewed by the Council on 12 December 2019 (CERN/3474/C), HAVING REGARD TO the longstanding relationship between the Organization and Latvia and the latter’s successful contributions to the execution of CERN’s scientific programme, in particular through the Cooperation Agreement concluded in 2016 (the “Cooperation Agreement”) and Protocol P141 thereto; the application by Latvia for Associate Membership, received by CERN on 24 February 2020; the evaluation by the Council at its December 2020 Session, on the basis of the report of its fact-finding Task Force (CERN/3544/C), that Latvia fulfils the criteria for Associate Membership; the confirmation by Latvia, as expressed in its letter received by CERN on [DATE], that it accepts the conditions of this Agreement (the “Agreement”), as well as the amount of the annual financial contribution negotiated between the Parties; the Resolution by the Council dated [DATE] (CERN/…) that, subject to the entry into force of both this Agreement and the Protocol on the privileges and immunities of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (the “Protocol”) in respect of Latvia, the latt...
CONSIDERING. The academic and scientific cooperation brings great advantages for the development of both entities. That UTP´s mission is to "Contribute to society comprehensive human capital, qualified, enterprising and innovative, critical and socially responsible thinking in engineering, science and technology. Generate appropriate knowledge to contribute to sustainable development of the country and Latin America. Meeting the requirements of the environment." That the mission of … That in consequence of this, both sides want to establish an instrument to regulate institutional relationships needed to enhance those programs where there are common interests, so AGREE:
CONSIDERING. (a) The Memoranda of Understanding for the implementation of the EEA Financial Mechanisms 2014-2021 and of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021, between the Donor States, respectively the Kingdom of Norway and the Romanian Government,