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Deputy Prime Minister. During the course of negotiations of the Treaty between the United States of America and the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic ("CSFR") concerning the Reciprocal Encouragement and Protection of Investment (the "Treaty"), the delegations took note of the economic transformations in the CSFR. In view of these rapid changes, we discussed the desirability of ensuring that nationals and companies of the United States receive timely information on these changes and other assistance so that they may derive the full benefits of the Treaty with respect to their investments and associated activities. In this connection, the Government of the CSFR intends to accomplish this objective by designating an entity which would: - provide up to date information regarding current national and local business and investment regulations, including authorization and registration procedures, taxation, labor regulation, accounting standards and access to credit; - provide up to date and readily available information regarding proposed changes in the laws and regulations concerning investors; - coordinate with CSFR government agencies on the national, regional and local levels to facilitate investment; - assist investors who experience difficulties with registration, authorization, access to public services, regulatory and other matters which concern establishment and operation of investments; and - collect and disseminate information regarding investment projects and sources of their financing. I have the honor to confirm that this understanding shall be treated as an integral part of this Treaty.
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Deputy Prime Minister. In connection with the signing on this date of the Agreement on Trade Relations between the United States of America and the Republic of Armenia (the "Agreement"), I have the honor to confirm the understanding reached by our Governments as follows:
Deputy Prime Minister. In connection with the Agreement on Trade Relations Between the United States of America and the Republic of Armenia ("Agreement") to be signed today, I have the honor to confirm the understanding reached by our Governments as follows: Upon the extension of most-favored-nation treatment by the United States of America to the Republic of Armenia in accordance with the terms of said Agreement, and after the date on which a note from the Government of the United States of America is delivered to the Government of the Republic of Armenia stating that the Government of the United States has, accordingly, made available most-favored-nation treatment for the Republic of Armenia no less favorable than that provided in an Agreement between the Governments of the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Regarding Trade signed on October 18, 1972, the balance of $674,000,000 in payment of lend lease accounts shall become due, and shall be paid, in accordance with the terms of the Agreement Between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Regarding Settlement of Lend Lease, Reciprocal Aid and Claims, signed October 18, 1972. The Government of the United States of America undertakes not to deliver the diplomatic note referred to above until export credits, guarantees and insurance through the Export- Import Bank and other similar credits for the purchase of American goods are available to the Republic of Armenia on terms appropriate to the transactions, in accordance with the exchange of letters between Xx. Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx and Mr. X. Xxxxxxxx dated May 15, 1972. I have the further honor to propose that this letter and your letter of confirmation in reply shall constitute an agreement between our two Governments. Xxxxxx X. Xxxx Deputy United States Trade Representative United States of America I have the further honor to confirm that the foregoing understanding is shared by my Government and constitutes an integral part of the Agreement. Sincerely, Hrant Bagratian Deputy Prime Minister Republic of Armenia Washington, April 2, 1992 Dear Mr. Xxxxxxxxxx: In connection with the signing on this date of the Agreement on Trade Relations between the Republic of Armenia and the United States of America (the "Agreement"), I have the honor to confirm the understanding reached by our Governments as follows: The Government of Armenia in 1993 will introduce for examination by the Armen...
Deputy Prime Minister. In connection with the signing on this date of the Agreement on Trade Relations Between the United States of America and the Republic of Armenia (the "Agreement"), I have the honor to confirm the understanding reached by our Governments (the "Parties") regarding cooperation in the field of tourism services as follows:

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