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August 24, 2006


INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OTHER THAN TREATIES TRANSMITTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF 1 U.S.C. 112b, AS AMENDED


-06-196  [112 Kb]  

Afghanistan - Agreement regarding grants under the foreign assistance act of 1961, as amended, or successor legislation, and the furnishing of defense articles, defense services and related training, including the United States International Military and Education Training Program (IMET), from the United States of America to the Afghanistan Interim Administration.  Effected by exchange of notes at Kabul April 6 and 13, 2002.  Entered into force April 13, 2002. 

 [This agreement was submitted late due to Internal Procedures]


-06-197  [144 Kb]  Greece - Agreement extending the mutual defense cooperation agreement of July 8, 1990, as extended.  Effected by exchange of notes at Athens April 25 and May 5, 2006.  Entered into force May 5, 2006; effective November 6, 2006.
-06-198  [612 Kb]  

Denmark - Memorandum of understanding concerning scientific and technical cooperation in the earth sciences as related to Greenland, with annexes.  Signed at Copenhagen May 31, 2006.  Entered into force May 31, 2006.

 [This agreement was received late from the substantive office within the Department of State]


-06-199  [1034 Kb]  

Multilateral - Memorandum of understanding concerning the establishment, administration, and operation of the combined joint operations from the sea centre of excellence, with annexes.  Signed at Norfolk May 31, 2006.  Entered into force May 31, 2006. 

 [This agreement was received late from the United States European Command]


-06-200  [960 Kb]  

Israel - Memorandum of agreement regarding the assignment of liaison officers, with annex.  Signed at Tel Aviv June 11, 2006.  Entered into force June 11, 2006. 

 [This agreement was received late from the United States European Command]


-06-201  [42 Kb]  Azerbaijan - Agreement amending the agreement of June 6, 2005 concerning cooperation in the area of prevention of proliferation of technology, pathogens, and expertise that could be used in the development of biological weapons.  Signed at Baku and Washington June 12 and 23, 2006.  Entered into force June 23, 2006.
-06-202  [329 Kb]  Peru - Agreement amending the agreement of September 12, 2002, as amended, to sustained reduction of illicit coca crops through alternative development in target areas of Peru, with attachment.  Signed at Lima July 6, 2006.  Entered into force July 6, 2006.
-06-203  [342 Kb]  Italy - Agreement concerning the exchange and reimbursement of aviation and ground fuels, with annexes and attachments.  Signed at Ft. Belvoir and Rome June 2 and July 10, 2006.  Entered into force July 10, 2006.
-06-204  [162 Kb]  Cambodia - Agreement regarding grants under the foreign assistance act of 1961, as amended, and the furnishing of defense articles, defense services and related training, including the United States International Military and Education Training Program (IMET), from the United States of America to the Kingdom of Cambodia.  Effected by exchange of notes at Phnom Penh May 18 and July 14, 2006.  Entered into force July 14, 2006.
-06-205  [573 Kb]  Georgia - Agreement concerning geospatial-intelligence exchange and cooperation, with annex.  Signed at Bethesda and Tbilisi July 5 and 17, 2006.  Entered into force July 17, 2006.
-06-206  [413 Kb]  Romania - Agreement regarding the activities of United States forces located on the territory of Romania, with annexes.  Signed at Bucharest December 6, 2005.  Entered into force July 21, 2006.
-06-207  [18 Kb]  

Bahrain - Agreement on the establishment of a free trade area, with annexes and related exchange of letters.  Signed at Washington September 14, 2004.  Entered into force August 1, 2006.

 [The text of this agreement, including background information, was transmitted to the Congress previously.  (H. Doc. 109-71, 109th Cong., 1st Sess., Nov. 17, 2005).]


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