- December 2, 2020
- Posted by: samdenis
Portugal is a member of the Ibero-American Organization for Education, Science and Culture (Organizao dos Estados Ibero-Americanos para a Educaéo, a Ciéncia e a Cultura – OEI), an international body for cooperation between Ibero-American countries in the fields of education, science and culture in the context of development, democracy and regional integration. In recent years, bilateral cooperation between Portugal and these countries has taken place within the framework of indicative cooperation programmes and, since 2015, within the framework of strategic cooperation programmes, which define cooperation between Portugal and each of the other countries, as well as the parameters of Portugal`s contribution to the economic and social development of the partner country. Russia`s active participation in the Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Services, which includes FRCs from 151 different legal systems and allows its members to exchange information on a specific secure communication channel, contributes to the effectiveness of international cooperation in the field amL/CFT. 9. Bilateral or multilateral cooperation could benefit from an exchange of information on legal and administrative issues, environmental data and the state of the environment in both countries. International cooperation has been successfully conducted in the most diverse areas of the space sector. In recent years, many bilateral and multilateral agreements have been concluded, providing a solid legal basis for space cooperation. This article examines the important role of these agreements in the process of international cooperation in space and makes proposals to further facilitate the conclusion of international agreements to improve the effectiveness of international cooperation in space. The article concludes that international agreements are important instruments for the implementation of international cooperation in the field of space and that we need to explore other ways to strengthen international cooperation in the field of space through the conclusion of international agreements. In recent years, less rigid forms of agreement on common projects such as declarations of intent, declarations of intent, etc., which are not legal in nature, have been put in place. They are often of paramount importance as an expression of the political will to cooperate in clearly defined areas. 4. The workshop recommended at the meeting of the signatories: (a) to exchange information on examples of bilateral and multilateral cooperation and agreements; and b) to publish the report of this workshop, as it is listed in the annex, in the environmental series, at the same time as the report of the workshop held in Moscow (Russian Federation).
It is also worth mentioning that Portugal, and in particular the Ministry of Education, have cooperated with the following countries: Germany, Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Benin, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Cyprus, Colombia, Congo (RD), South Korea, Ivory Coast, Croatia, Cuba, Denmark, Egypt, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, United States of America, Estonia, Philippines, Finland, France, Greece, Gabon, Hungary, India, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Italy, Kuwait, Latvia, Libya, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Morocco, Mauritania, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Netherlands, Oman, Pakistan, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Senegal, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Sweden, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Uruguay, Uruguay